796 contiguous acres in Lewis Co. – Described by the county tax assessor as one the last dinosaurs in Lewis County / as in one of the largest unbroken tracts of land. This property has been an established hunting club for the last 22 years. This farm has miles and miles of good roads throughout the property with numerous fields and food plots. Stands and shooting houses are already in place and will remain with the property at closing. There is a “check-in” board at the existing entrance – see pics. Hunting opportunities abound for both trophy whitetails as well as turkeys. A series of year round springs create a large waterfall in the center of the property. Consisting of mostly mixed hardwoods with some stands of pines. the timber on most of the property has been logged in the last 20 years – with exception being several hundred acres in the South and Western tracts. Access to the property exists through an adjacent piece of property that is leased by the current hunting club. This land can be leased or there is road frontage in 2 places along the Southern boundary that will require some work to create a separate entrance. Located 65 miles West of Nashville – just off Hwy 100 on the Hickman / Lewis Co line. The property is very secluded yet close to both Hohenwald and Centerville. The current area manager is available “for hire” to continue his efforts moving forward. Contact Scott Summers at (615) 815-9366 – schedule your trip to view this vast acreage.