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48.65 Acres in Williamson County, Tennessee

48.65 acres
8137 Shoals Branch Rd Primm Springs TN 38476
You should be here...Gorgeous piece of property in Williamson County Tennessee. Immaculate all brick home with 2405 square feet built in 2007 (2000 sq ft of interior expansion space (unfinished) on se...
Jamie Spencer, Mossy Oak Properties Tennessee Land & Farm
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Build multiple homes, rolling pasture pond & views

52.34 acres
6756 Arno Allisona Rd. College Grove TN 37046
Mostly rolling pasture, big pond, views everywhere offer multiple building sites. 5 bdrm perk site already established. RD-1 zoning and adequate road frontage and soils will allow for multiple homes. ...
Travis Robeson, Fridrich Clark Realty LLC
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Williamson County, TN Land Info

Located in Tennessee, Williamson County is a large urban county located within a densely-populated metro region. Of Tennessee's 95 counties, Williamson County ranks sixth in terms of its population (211,672, according to 2015 Census estimates). The county is also considered popular among retirees. At 584 square miles, Williamson County is Tennessee's 18th biggest county (comprising less than one percent of the state). Recent internal data place the average per-acre value of land for sale in Williamson County at $19,249, with an average list price of $820,124 for land and farms for sale in Williamson County. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton). Farming activities in Williamson County generate annual revenues of $23.6 million, 46 percent of which is from livestock products and 54 percent from crop harvests.

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