When you pull onto this property, it’s instantly understandable why Henry County is historically one of the top Whitetail producing counties in the state of Tennessee. This property has it all. 128 Acres with a beautiful, shaded, custom built log home in a secluded setting. The home features 12 inch poured concrete walls (basement, main level), Solar power, a backup generator, covered front and back porches the full length of the house, fully finished basement. Beautiful Oak Cabinets, bamboo wood floors, and beautiful wood walls.
The property has a cut road that runs the length of the eastern property. With 90 plus acres of Hickory, Maple, White and Red Oak and various other hardwoods, you can hunt under a canopy of acorn producers and make up the majority of the timber. The road itself is there to help access stand locations and food plots. There’s also an abundance of Eastern Wild Turkey that range the property. The Sandy Creek flows through the property on the eastern reaches. The lower left corner is bordered by a 40 acre TVA easement. In areas the property boarders row crop farms. The terrain ranges from gently rolling hills, to flat, to swamp and marsh. The ultimate Whitetail habitat. In addition, the property is only 10 minutes from the Gin Creek WMA, which offers public waterfowl hunting, and 20 minutes from Paris Landing and Kentucky Lake, one of the top Bass fisheries in the United States.
The property also features a several acres of pasture, a stocked spring fed pond, and two additional ponds. A metal barn with 4 horse stalls and a large amount of open space, covered storage area for implements and additional metal shop near the barn is finished on the inside and has covered outer storage as well, a metal shop near the entrance to the property is unfinished on the interior, but offers additional outer covered storage. There is also a chicken coop and two dog kennels.