Welcome to Lots 3 & 4 Laurel Springs Road, off Highway 321 in Cosby. Tucked between Highway 321 and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Laurel Springs is ideally situated between Cosby and Gatlinburg. Enjoy level access from highway 321 to what has historically been known as the "Hance Property." At 1860' elevation, this 1.51 acre lot is gently slopping and wooded with an added bonus. Besides the mature timber, lots 3 & 4 are fronted by a fieldstone wall along its 201' feet of road frontage on Laurel Springs. Tennessee fieldstone is stone collected from the surface of fields, where it occurs naturally. Collections of fieldstones which have been removed from arable land or pasture to allow for more effective agriculture are called "clearance cairns." Tennessee fieldstone has been the workhorse of builders and masons for hundreds of years. The early settlers used fieldstone to erect homestead chimneys and its value today should not be overlooked. The stones flexibility, functionality and weathered beauty make it ideal for a wide variety of today's building applications. The fieldstone wall conveys! Have a look at this off the beaten path property with a unique natural resource and a value price for the area. Best use practice include the potential to be developed into a primary or second home and even a vacation rental property. Lots 5 and 6 to the east are on the market with an opportunity to own over three acres along secluded and scenic Laurel Springs. A quick note to hikers, the Maddron Bald trailhead with renowned Albrights Grove day hike is located nearby off Laurel Springs Road. Come and explore Lots 3 & 4 Laurel Springs Road with its unique resources and see if it is a fit for your future plans in the Great Smokies.