Sugartree Falls, Tennessee
(972) 649-6200 x105
(972) 649-6200 x105
Sugartree Falls is a incredible property featuring both desirable elevation and beauty within an easy driving distance from either Nashville or Memphis. This property is situated in rolling hills with a small amount of mountaineous terrain. The property boasts about a dozen waterfalls and each area would be ideal for cabins over looking the creek and listening to the babbling brooks and waterfalls. There was a road system established throughout the property and down and across several ridges. You will definitely enjoy owning this land with its’ endless opportunities.
Sugartree Falls would make a perfect quick getaway place to spend time away from reality or a wonderful place to call home. Please feel free to contact us for further information on this property.
This land offers great rural opportunities for the land owner. Each lot has road access and good timber. A private entrance invites all land owners to this rural oasis. Power is located just to the north outside our entrance along Pig Pen Hollow Road.
Your interest rate will vary based on your down payment. The more you put down, the better rate you receive.
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1. WHERE IS THE PROPERTY LOCATED?
This property is located only 17 miles northeast from Waynesboro, Tennessee in Wayne County along the Lewis County line.
2. WHAT IS THE AVERAGE ELEVATION OF THE PROPERTY?
The average elevation is approximately 750 feet.
3. WHAT IS THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR?
4. WHAT DOES THE PROPERTY LOOK LIKE?
Surround yourself with rolling hills, beautiful wet weather creeks, fabulous panoramic waterfalls and great backdrop views of natural tall timbers. All are the perfect setting for the unspoiled countryside of Wayne County. With every breath of fresh, clean air, you'll know this pristine unspoiled property is for you - especially since it has been thoughtfully master-planned to exist in harmony with nature and wildlife.
5. WHAT TOWNS ARE CLOSEST TO THE PROPERTY?
This scenic property is approximately 17 miles northeast of Waynesboro, Tennessee, 187 miles east of Memphis, Tennessee, and 94 miles southwest of Nashville, Tennessee.
6. WHAT IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE?
All property corners were marked at one time according to metes and bounds. In addition, all roads are dirt road construction including recorded easements which provide you permanent, legal access to your property. Professional Site Work - Conaway & Company (615)440-2193 www.conawaynco.com.
7. WHAT ARE MOST PEOPLE PLANNING TO DO WITH THEIR LAND?
Most property owners feel that it is a good opportunity to own a nice tract, yet affordable piece of Tennessee. The unique proximity of this property to Waynesboro will allow owners to enjoy a country lifestyle while living just minutes away from the amenities a city has to offer. Some owners plan to make their property into a second home, while others plan to move to their property after retirement. Many plan to pass it down to their children or grandchildren, while others plan to possibly subdivide the property at a later date, keeping some acreage and selling the rest. Many of the property owners also plan to utilize the property as a permanent home or a recreational retreat or getaway from the hustle and bustle of the big city. These tracts are ready for you to build your dream home or just enjoy the good feeling of land ownership.
8. WHAT ABOUT WATER?
You are entitled to drill a domestic well on your property at your own cost. Water is not guaranteed to be available at any specific depths, quantity, or quality. Contact a Licensed Tennessee Well driller for further information and proposed costs. Gentry Drilling Company - (931)852-4745.
9. WHAT ABOUT UTILITIES?
Currently, there is electric service readily available along Pig Pen Hollow Road. Meriwether Lewis Electric Co-op, (931) 796-3116, Steve Skelton, www.mlec.com. Waste water disposal for is achieved by individual septic systems, soil approved for septic. Contact Bryan Pope, Tennessee Dept of Environment and Conservation, (931) 722-9592. Please contact each individual service provider for current requirements and costs involved.
10. WHAT IS THE PROPERTY ZONED AND WHAT ARE THE PROPERTY TAXES FOR A PARCEL?
The zoning allows Residential/Recreational. Currently, the approximate annual property taxes calculate to approximately $5.88/Acre per year and current.
11. IF I FINANCE THE PROPERTY, TO WHOM DO I MAKE MY PAYMENTS AND HOW WILL I KNOW I HAVE RECEIVED PROPER CREDIT FOR MY PAYMENTS?
Your payments will be made to Classic Country Land, LLC. We have our own in house financing available.
12. MAY I USE THE LAND WHILE I'M PAYING FOR IT AND WHEN DO I RECEIVE A DEED TO MY PROPERTY?
Yes, beginning the very day you sign the purchase contract, the land is yours to use and enjoy.
13. CAN I RESELL MY PROPERTY IN THE FUTURE AND MAKE A PROFIT?
While there is no guarantee of profit from any land sale, historically land prices have increased in value. We believe there are many reasons for this upward trend, including inflation, population growth, a decreasing supply of land, the public's desire for a more natural environment, trend toward movement away from urban areas and the increasing popularity of outdoor recreational activities.
14. IS THERE A PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION OR ANY RESTRICTIONS ON THE PROPERTY?
There is no property owners association however we do have Sugartree Falls Covenants.
15. WHAT WILL THE ROAD SURFACE BE LIKE?
Dirt road access within the interior of the property, branch roads could be more primitive and not maintained.
16. DOES A BUYER HAVE TO BUILD A HOUSE WITHIN A CERTAIN TIME FRAME?
A buyer is never obligated to a timeframe to build on their property.
17. WHY ARE SOME PROPERTIES MORE EXPENSIVE THAN OTHERS?
The properties have been priced according to our "A B C" analysis and consideration of the proximity of the parcels to existing electric. "A B C" stands for Access, Beauty and Character. In other words, how good, quick or easy is the access to the property from the main highway or county road, etc. The beauty of the property mainly pertains to the vegetation and scenic views etc. The character of the property refers mainly to its topography. For example: Is the parcel flat, rolling, steep, etc.
18. IS THERE A PENALTY FOR PAYING OFF MY LAND EARLY?
There is absolutely no prepayment penalty. Your monthly payment is applied to your account balance using simple interest on the unpaid balance. Any and all extra monthly payments will be applied directly to the principal. All extra payments will directly lower your balance, reducing the overall interest you pay on your purchase.
19. CAN I MAKE AN OFFER AND WHAT KINDS OF DISCOUNTS ARE AVAILABLE?
Offers are discouraged as the properties are priced for immediate sale under our "No Haggle" pricing policy.
20. WHAT IS THE LEAST AMOUNT I CAN PUT DOWN AND HOW DO I KNOW I QUALIFY TO BUY?
A minimum of $299 down payment is required for our no-qualifying, guaranteed financing and there is no further qualifying involved.
21. WILL I BE PRESSURED TO BUY?
Absolutely not! At Classic Country Land, LLC our "no pressure" policy is always in effect. Our prime properties practically sell themselves. We won't be hounding you to buy. However, our friendly ranch representatives are always available to take your call and answer any questions you might have and we welcome those calls. Be assured you'll always be treated with respect and there will be absolutely no pressure to buy. References are also available upon request. If you have any further questions about Classic Country Land, LLC please don't hesitate to give us a call at 972-649-6200 x105 and one of our friendly representatives will be happy to assist you.
Wayne County, Tennessee
Wayne County is located on the extreme western side of the Highland Rim, with its northwest corner extending into the Tennessee River basin. It is made up of ridges and hollows and is on a plateau of about eight hundred feet in elevation in the southwest corner of the Middle Tennessee division. Heavily wooded, the county contains deposits of iron that were still being worked into the early twentieth century.
Wayne County is an undiscovered paradise for sportsmen. People from all over the country come here to hunt, camp and fish. However, hunting and fishing areas are not crowded. We have plenty of room for you to find the right place. More than 10,000 acres of privately owned and managed land plus a local wildlife management area of over 22,000 acres make for excellent hunting, camping and fishing.
Natchez Trace Parkway
Natchez Trace - Stretching from the Mississippi River in Natchez through the Shoals area in Alabama and across the Tennessee Valley to Nashville, the Old Trace was first trod by buffalo, then American Indians. In the early 1800's, it was the main return route for Ohio Valley traders who, rather than fight the Mississippi currents, sold their flatboats for the value of their timber in Natchez and walked home via the Old Trace. By the mid-1820's, steamboats made the dangerous trek unnecessary, and the Old Trace disappeared into the trees.
Today, the 444-mile National Scenic Byway and All-American Road has emerged as one of America's most important examples of our nation's natural and cultural heritage. Administered by the National Park Service, the road's non-commercial environment coupled with a wide variety of historic sites, wayside exhibits and beautiful venues make it a memorable destination for an unhurried trip that both reveals and explains a unique time in our country's history.
Visitors today will discover richly scenic areas, numerous hiking trails, picnic sites, campgrounds and water recreation areas. Hiking on the Parkway presents both challenges and rewards. Over 60 miles of National Scenic Trail and 28 different hiking and self-guiding trails are open year-round. RVing on the parkway offers a great ride, and motorcycling and biking are popular with hundreds of miles of scenic, winding road between Natchez and Nashville.
Nashville - Music City
Nashville is known either as Music City USA or Athens of the South. The city has architectural attractions like The Parthenon, a full scale replica of the Greek temple and the only one in the world. The city has a long tradition of influencing the development of country music in America and this can be seen in sites such as Music Row, the Ryman Auditorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and others. The city is home to Belle Meade Plantation, which is known as the cradle of the American Thoroughbred race horse. The home of Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States, can be found in Nashville. Today, Nashville is still the center of country music and its growing economy attracts tourists, travelers, and business executives.
Outdoor fun is easy to find in and around Nashville. The city is surrounded by lakes, hills, and valleys that offer a multitude of outdoor activities. Five resort golf courses and eight public golf courses should satisfy any golf lover. Waterslide and amusement parks are nearby. Cruises on the world’s largest showboat and jet ski rentals are just a few of the water activities to be enjoyed. Radnor Lake State Park offers a range of natural areas and diverse habitat such as lakes, streams, and sloughs. Scenic, biological, geological, and passive recreation abound here. There are RV parks not far from the Grand Ole Opry.
Explore West Tennessee
Surrounded by the Tennessee and Mississippi Rivers, West Tennessee offers you a jaunt into soulful music, historical drama and natural wonders. West Tennessee exposes nightlife experiences on Beale Street and music history highlights in Graceland, Sun Studio and Stax Museum of American Soul.
Natural wonders include the Tennessee River, the Mississippi River, Reelfoot Lake, Kentucky Lake and the Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm. Civil War grounds and the National Civil Rights Museum offer a glimpse into Tennessee's history. West Tennessee presents a collection of Tennessee's individuality.
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