An abundance of Natural Resources showcased on over 200 Acres of Unrestricted Land For Sale in Perry County, Tennessee. Farm is loaded with wildlife; Deer & Turkey Hunting Opportunities galore. Most of the land is heavily wooded, providing ample shelter for wild game and conducive for the avid hunter. A true Outdoorsman's Paradise!
The property has a few trails partially carved through the farm already. Multiple Access Points; one off Lady Finger Bluff Rd. and there is also another access off Bunker Hill Rd. A portion of the property features Live Water; Lick Creek cuts through on the West side of this farm. Recreational Farm in Tennessee For Sale offering multiple recreational uses; hunting, fishing, camping, ATV Riding, or RV Parking.
202 +/- ACRE Recreational Land For Sale offering development possibilities. Build your Dream Home overlooking the Tennessee River or Subdivide the Property and offer Water View Lots for Sale. There are several scenic observation points at high elevation levels where the water is within sight. Electric lines are accessible from Bunker Hill and Lady’s Bluff Rd. This tract might also be an ideal place for RV or Camper parking as it is close to the Tennessee River, Mousetail Landing State Park, and the Buffalo River.
Hunting is big in Tennessee, but it wasn't always that way. The white-tail deer population had mostly disappeared by the late 1800's, having been hunted to the point of extinction in Tennessee. By late 1940s there were fewer than 1,000 deer in the entire state. Fortunately, successful restocking efforts began quietly in the 1930s through the 1980s, and protective game laws have now resulted in a deer population with an annual harvest now exceeding 160,000 animals.
Currently, Tennessee has some of the most liberal deer harvest regulations and longest hunting seasons in the United States. TWRA’s restocking and management efforts have been highly successful.
Lady’s Bluff Small Wild Area offers views of unique gnarled old cedars, limestone outcrops and sinkholes as well as spectacular views of the Tennessee River and the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge's Busselton Unit on the opposite shore. If you are a wildflower hunter, this is a great place to be in the spring. You'll find shooting stars, jack-in-the-pulpit, trout lily, wild ginger and more from mid-April through early May. By mid-October, the wildlife refuge becomes a landing strip for thousands of migrating ducks and geese making their annual visit, so be sure to bring your binoculars.
Lady's Bluff Trail is a TVA managed trail that is also a National Recreation Trail and is located near Kentucky Lake. The trail follows along a gentle to moderately steep grade as it winds through the forest to an overlook. There are some opportunities to scramble up rock ledges and stone steps, and footbridges span two stream crossings. The trail winds around the edge of the subject property and the map at the front of the trail, even notates the parcel on its sign. Markers along the trail clearly mark the border of the property being offered for sale.
Perry County is a county located in the U.S. state of Tennessee. As of the 2020 census, the population was 8,366. Its county seat and largest town is Linden. The county is bisected east-to-west by US Highway 412 and north-to-south by State Route 13. Perry County is the most sparsely populated county in Tennessee, with an average population density of 18.6 persons/square mile. Mousetail Landing State Park is located in the county.
Two rivers are found in the county. The county's western border is formed by the Tennessee River, which drains most of the western part of the county. The Buffalo River runs south to north through the middle of the county, and empties into the Duck River just north of the county line in Humphreys County. A small portion of the northwest corner of the county drains into the Duck River, outside of the county. The water table is high due to the hard substrate, creating numerous springs and shallow wells.
Perry County has a humid subtropical climate characterized by hot, humid summers and cold winters.The average winter temperature is 47.8 degrees Fahrenheit, and the average summer temperature is 75.7 degrees Fahrenheit. The record low of -18 degrees Fahrenheit occurred on January 24, 1963, and the record high of 105 degrees Fahrenheit occurred on July 17, 1980. Average seasonal snowfall is 5.5 inches. Thunderstorms are relatively common in the county, with an average of 53 days per year seeing thunderstorm activity, usually between May and August.
A rare opportunity to capture a property with an abundance of natural resources; live water, cedar trees, deer, turkey, high elevation points and beautiful scenic building sites located on the Tennessee River. The farm is located approximately 100 miles from Nashville and 150 miles from Memphis. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by! For more information about this property or to schedule a tour, contact Realtree United Country Land Pro Bradley Arnold or your preferred Realtor.