Newly listed 244-acre tract in southern Cumberland County. The flat ridges are planted with ten-year-old pine, which will provide income in the future, or could be converted to pasture/cropland with relative ease. The drainages and side slopes are covered with mature hardwoods and hemlocks. A twenty-foot wide perennial stream, Little Cane Creek, borders a portion of the south side of the tract and another large perennial stream, Miller Branch, bisects the western 1/3 of the tract. The offering contains abundant road frontage with 5600 feet on Newton Lane and 2000 feet on Newton Road. The tract could easily be divided into several 40-60 acre farms, with all utilities except sewer in place.
On I_40, west take exit 322, Peavine Rd. Turn left onto S. Peavine Rd. travel approx. 4 miles on Hwy 395. Turn Left on TN-101 S for approx. 13.1 miles. Turn right onto Crossover Lane go approx 0.4 miles. Turn right on Newton Road for approx. 3.9 miles. Turn left onto Newton Lane, signs marking properties’ location, approx. 75 ft. on left.