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573 Properties:


0 Skelley Road

19.68 acres
0 Skelley Road Columbia TN 38401
Located in Bethel community, this property is close to the community center, Netts Grocery and restaurant*19.68 Acres* 3 building sites*700 ft of paved road frontage*All wooded* Will divide.
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Farm - Santa Fe, TN

245.29 acres
5593 Snow Creek Rd Santa Fe TN 38482
Two beautiful tracts of land combined for 245.29 acres of North Maury County land. Beautiful open fields are tree-lined to frame this beautiful farm.
Jim Evans, CORE Real Estate
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6400 Leipers Creek Road

8.49 acres
6400 Leipers Creek Road Columbia TN 38401
Mostly pasture surrounded by trees. 2 creeks - one on back side of property and the other on the left edge of property All nice level pasture. Perfect for your horses and other animals. Great creek ac...
Cynthia A Garvey, Cynthia A Garvey
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Cul-de-Sac Lot

1.84 acres
0 Deer Ridge Road Columbia TN 38401
Panoramic views from this cul de sac lot. Literally can see for miles. From Columbia take 31 south, right on Shegog lane. Left on Campbellsville PK. Left on indian camp springs. right on Stillcorn R...
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Maury County, TN Land Info

Located in Tennessee, Maury County is a large urban county located within a densely-populated metro region. Of Tennessee's 95 counties, Maury County ranks 16th in terms of its population (87,757, according to 2015 Census estimates). The county is also considered popular among retirees. At 616 square miles, Maury County is Tennessee's 10th biggest county (comprising less than one percent of the state). Recent internal data place the average per-acre value of land for sale in Maury County at $6,054, with an average list price of $323,923 for land and farms for sale in Maury County. The main agricultural staple here is crops. Farming activities in Maury County generate annual revenues of $43.3 million, 37 percent of which is from livestock products and 63 percent from crop harvests.

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