(Off-Market) Hancock County TN Waterfront Previously for Sale - Page 1 of 2

Waterfront Land Information
The total value of 145 acres of waterfront property recently listed for sale in Tennessee's Hancock County was $795,700. The average size of waterfront property for sale in Hancock County was 48 acres, which is much bigger than the average size of waterfront property for sale elsewhere in Tennessee. Whether it's alongside a tranquil river, freshwater lake or a twinkling inland beach waterfront property holds an undeniable allure. For angling aficionados, common species to fish in Tennessee include bass, catfish, walleye, trout and pike. Game species to hunt along the riverbanks, waterways and lakeshores of waterfront land for sale in Hancock County, Tennessee, number whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, hog and bear. You can also find more land and properties for sale throughout Tennessee on Land And Farm. The economy here is mainly agricultural. Of the 95 counties in the Volunteer State, Hancock County ranks 87th by overall square mileage. Hancock County is located in the Eastern region of Tennessee. Originally founded in 1844, Hancock County is located along the northeastern border of the state and stretches just 223 square miles. The county offers a list of amenities to its 7,000 residents which includes Elrod Falls, a beautiful park with hiking trails that lead to a peaceful waterfall. Rivers and creeks also glide through Hancock, making excellent fishing locations.


Waterfront Land Information
The total value of 145 acres of waterfront property recently listed for sale in Tennessee's Hancock County was $795,700. The average size of waterfront property for sale in Hancock County was 48 acres, which is much bigger than the average size of waterfront property for sale elsewhere in Tennessee. Whether it's alongside a tranquil river, freshwater lake or a twinkling inland beach waterfront property holds an undeniable allure. For angling aficionados, common species to fish in Tennessee include bass, catfish, walleye, trout and pike. Game species to hunt along the riverbanks, waterways and lakeshores of waterfront land for sale in Hancock County, Tennessee, number whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, hog and bear. You can also find more land and properties for sale throughout Tennessee on Land And Farm. The economy here is mainly agricultural. Of the 95 counties in the Volunteer State, Hancock County ranks 87th by overall square mileage. Hancock County is located in the Eastern region of Tennessee. Originally founded in 1844, Hancock County is located along the northeastern border of the state and stretches just 223 square miles. The county offers a list of amenities to its 7,000 residents which includes Elrod Falls, a beautiful park with hiking trails that lead to a peaceful waterfall. Rivers and creeks also glide through Hancock, making excellent fishing locations.