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620 Properties:

$279,000

2158 Hampshire Pike

4.85 acres
2158 Hampshire Pike Columbia TN 38401
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Welcome to this beautiful 4.85 acre country home for sale in Columbia, Tn. This property gives you the best of Middle Tennessee Country Living with the city right next door. This property has it all:...
Cynthia A Garvey, Cynthia A Garvey
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$550,000

Hidden Valley

220.23 acres
2998 Martin Hollow Rd Culleoka TN 38451
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Beautiful Culleoka cattle farm*'Hidden Valley'*Multiple springs, spring fed ponds, creek*Panoramic views I-65 South*Exit Hwy 50 East*Left on 375*Right on Valley Creek*Left on Pullen Mill, which be...
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$750,000

20 ac Fantastic Equestrian Property With 2 Homes

19.86 acres
3284 Booker Farm Road Mount Pleasant TN 38474
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Fantastic Equestrian property with all infrastructure in place. 2 Homes & 20 ac with great creek, 2 horse barns, great indoor riding arena, kitchen & 2 baths in main barn. Nice equipment barn. Fenced ...
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$475,000

Site Built - Columbia, TN

3.25 acres
2354 Glennridge Rd Columbia TN 38401
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LOCATION!! Brick home situated on 3.25 Acres!! The site area consists of 1.24 acres building lot that could be sold off it one chooses!! Enjoy the serenity of owning a secluded property with great ac...
Jim Evans, CORE Real Estate
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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. The most common type of land for sale in Maury County recently was farms, while Columbia was the city in Maury County with the most land for sale. Data from July 2016 places 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. Of Tennessee's 95 counties, Maury County ranks 16th in terms of its population (87,757, according to Census data from 2015). The county is also considered popular among retirees. Size-wise, Maury County is Tennessee's 10th biggest county (616 square miles, which represents one percent of the state). Farming activities in Maury County generate annual revenues of $43 million, 37 percent of which is from livestock products and 63 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crops.

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