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$29,000

5.05 /-acres with Creek Owner Financing Available

5.05 acres
2 Deer Head Road Dunlap TN 37327  |  Sequatchie County
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5.05 /-acres beautiful wooded building site with creek that borders the back of the property. This property is right across the road from Dunaway Farms to ensure privacy, wildlife viewing, and hunting...
Clint Carroll, Volunteer Land Consultants, LLC.
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$200,000
0 Cane Creek Rd Dunlap TN 37327  |  Sequatchie County
1.5 acres
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Todd Henon , Keller Williams Realty
DUNAWAY HUNTING AND FISHING COMMUNITY IN DUNLAP, TN...7,800 acres...Slip into a very special place and time. From the winding gravel roads that slip through the whitetails' quiet woodlands to the upla...
$95,700
41 Bluff View Dr Dunlap TN 37327  |  Sequatchie County
3.66 acres
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Alicia A Campbell , CENTURY 21 Professional Group
3.66 acres on Fredonia Mountain Nature Resort. High atop the historic Cumberland Plateau, overlooking the Sequatchie Valley the Fredonia Mountain Nature Resort. The Nature Resort is a 3,500 acre gated...
$15,500
21 Meadow Lark Rd Dunlap TN 37327  |  Sequatchie County
2.58 acres
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Great building lot with a shared pond. Minor covenants to be placed on lot prior to closing..This lot is priced to sell!
$181,500
23 Rosy Rd Dunlap TN 37327  |  Sequatchie County
19.8 acres
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Jeth Grissom , CENTURY 21 Professional Group
Dream no longer, come take a look at this breath taking property nestled atop the historical Cumberland Plateau. Unforgettable southwest views of the well known Sequatchie Valley. This is a stunning i...

Dunlap, TN Land Info

Tennessee ranks 27th for the size of its agricultural sector. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $2.27 billion to the state's economy, or one percent of overall state GDP (placing it 32nd among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Some 42 percent of Tennessee's annual agricultural production is from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The other 58 percent comes from crops. Tennessee's main agricultural commodities are soybeans, cattle products, broiler chickens and corn. According to 2012 U.S. Census data, there were 68,050 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 10.9 million acres (or the equivalent of 40 percent of the overall state land area).

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