Stunning 200+ Acres for SaleWhen you turn off the scenic but utilitarian Highway 27 between Pikeville and Dunlap, you will be amazed at the transformation of landscape that a half-mile delivers. Your blood pressure will always drop when you enter the first park-like acres of the property. The paved road glides uphill to the stunning vistas of the Sequatchie Valley. Upon catching your breath you realize how much exploration there is yet to do. A lifetime's worth, perhaps. So come see...
PricingPriced at $850,000 with owner financing for qualified buyer.
* 5% co-brokered sales commission
Contact Prudential Realty Center Listing Agent today!
Byron Kelly at 423/ 667-3655 or email
LocationLocated in Dunlap, Tennessee, in the Sequatchie Valley.
Directions from Chattanooga: Follow 27 N to 111 N. Take the 127 (Dunlap) exit. Turn right and follow 127 N 2.2 miles to Wade Johnson Rd. Turn right and follow signs to your new farm.
Area HistorySequatchie County is the middle of the three counties of the Sequatchie Valley. The county population is almost 13,000 and Dunlap, the County seat is almost 4,500 in the city limits. The valley is extremely unique in that it is known as a Rift Valley. The great Rift Valley of Africa is the only other. We know it as one of the most beautiful places anywhere. From the Tennessee/Alabama line to the south, to the edge of Cumberland County to the north, the valley is 60 miles X 20 miles of sheer natural beauty. The city has several mini parks as well as the historic Coke Ovens Park, a tribute to the early development of the abundant natural resources of the area. A short drive away are Fall Creek Falls State Park, Cumberland State Park, and Savage Gulf Wilderness Areas as well as many other state parks. Most of these parks have boating, swimming, hiking, overnight accommodations as well as restaurants. Many golf courses are nearby with Mt Airy golf course only minutes away. At your doorstep is the Sequatchie River which is a canoe stream transversing the Valley. You can canoe the Sequatchie with the outfitter by the same name.
AffordabilityThose who relocate to this area tell us the cost of living here is a fraction of what they have previously experienced. Currently, the Sequatchie County tax rate is $2.13 per hundred of assessed value. There is no city tax nor state income tax. Closing costs seldom exceed 3% of the transaction price. Building Costs for the average home normally run $80-95.00 per square foot according to local builders. Daily Costs are commensurate with the lower average of the country. From the times when the Cherokee Nation flourished here until this day, the Sequatchie Valley has been a coveted place to live. It is unexcelled for quality of living, convenience to shopping and medical facilities, safety, costs and best of all-quality of life.