Here is a fantastic Tennessee farm with many possibilities. This is believed to be the 2nd oldest home in Hardin County. It sits just outside of Savannah, TN which is a quaint town on the banks of the Tennessee River. The home appears to be structurally sound and would make for a great residence with some updating or even a beautiful bed and breakfast. There are 2 large rooms both with fireplaces upstairs. 2 additional rooms with fireplaces down stairs. A large kitchen with dining room just off of it. Hall bath downstairs. There is a good size mud room/laundry room off the kitchen where you would enter from the back door of the home. A set of stairs leads down to a small basement that would be great for canning, storage, etc.
On the farm sits 2 very good size barns, a small guest house, a hunting cabin, a chicken coop, and 2 creeks running through the middle of the farm. There is some wonderful pasture land as well as some wooded land to provide shade. Absolutely beautiful views from 2 of the back pastures of the rolling foothills of Southern Tennessee. The land has been row crop, pasture, and a timber farm. The rich hill soils are fertile, and the land is know for its clean waters.
It is said in the community that you could hear the cannons firing at the Battle of Shiloh from this hill. Civil War history abounds in this area.
This Tennessee farm has been a home place for over 175 years. There is a bell that still stands on this farm called Big Hill Bell. It was rang when someone in the community died to let folks know and that they were needed to help dig the grave. This farm is west of the Natchez Trace and the famous Trail of Tears was just southwest of this farm. It is possible that some of the logs from an old log cabin are still in the walls of the main home.
There is a lot more history with this home and the surrounding area. We have some printouts of the extensive history of this place available to serious inquiries.
This farm sits on both sides of Hwy 203. The side with the home, barns, guest house, and cabin contains 66+ acres and then there are 12+ acres across the road that includes a small pond.
This is a wonderful opportunity for someone with the right vision to own one of the prettiest farms in the area. We took a ton of photos, so please browse through them. Feel free to contact us with any questions and to schedule a time to come see this Tennessee farm for yourself. Call or email any time with any questions.
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