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Tennessee, Wayne County, 7 Acres Sugartree Falls. TERMS $220/Month
Tennessee, Wayne County, 7 Acres Sugartree Falls. TERMS $220/Month

Our Price: $22,000
Down Payment $121.00

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Featured Item: 7 Acres in Sugartree Falls in Wayne County, Tennessee.

17 miles northeast from Waynesboro

Property Location:

Sugartree Falls

LOT 41

7 Acres

This lot is being offered for sale with financing. Simply make the small down payment, and the land contracts and coupon books will be emailed and hard copy mailed to you immediately. You can start using or building your land while you are making payments.

The checkout above bills the down payment of $121 only.

Down Payment: $121

Monthly Payments: $220

Sales Price: $22,000

Interest Rate: 9%


Sugartree Falls is a incredible property featuring both desirable elevation and beauty within an easy driving distance from either Nashville or Memphis. This property is situated in rolling hills with a small amount of mountaineous terrain. The property boasts about a dozen waterfalls and each area would be ideal for cabins over looking the creek and listening to the babbling brooks and waterfalls.

Street View from Gaither Hinson Rd

and Legal


Lot 41, Sugartree Falls, Wayne County, Tennessee
7 Acres

This beautiful land offers rural living at it’s finest with just the right amount of trees and foliage. It’s the perfect place to build that permanent home or weekend getaway spot.

Tract 41 is a great parcel as it is located directly along a undeveloped road along the eastern boundary. There is moderate elevation change to this parcel with it being level along the northern boundary ridge area and lies within the wet weather stream area to the south. Tree cover is moderate to heavy. With easy access, moderate to rolling terrain, this would be the perfect parcel for a cabin, permanent residence or weekend getaway.

SIZE: 7 Acres Covenants TAXES: Less than $30
Per Year



ZONING: Residential

Wayne County, Tennessee

Wayne County is located on the extreme western side of the Highland Rim, with its northwest corner extending into the Tennessee River basin. It is made up of ridges and hollows and is on a plateau of about eight hundred feet in elevation in the southwest corner of the Middle Tennessee division. Heavily wooded, the county contains deposits of iron that were still being worked into the early twentieth century.

Wayne County is an undiscovered paradise for sportsmen. People from all over the country come here to hunt, camp and fish. However, hunting and fishing areas are not crowded. We have plenty of room for you to find the right place. More than 10,000 acres of privately owned and managed land plus a local wildlife management area of over 22,000 acres make for excellent hunting, camping and fishing.

Natchez Trace Parkway

Stretching from the Mississippi River in Natchez through the Shoals area in Alabama and across the Tennessee Valley to Nashville, the Old Trace was first trod by buffalo, then American Indians. In the early 1800's, it was the main return route for Ohio Valley traders who, rather than fight the Mississippi currents, sold their flatboats for the value of their timber in Natchez and walked home via the Old Trace. By the mid-1820's, steamboats made the dangerous trek unnecessary, and the Old Trace disappeared into the trees.

Today, the 444-mile National Scenic Byway and All-American Road has emerged as one of America's most important examples of our nation's natural and cultural heritage. Administered by the National Park Service, the road's non-commercial environment coupled with a wide variety of historic sites, wayside exhibits and beautiful venues make it a memorable destination for an unhurried trip that both reveals and explains a unique time in our country's history.

Visitors today will discover richly scenic areas, numerous hiking trails, picnic sites, campgrounds and water recreation areas. Hiking on the Parkway presents both challenges and rewards. Over 60 miles of National Scenic Trail and 28 different hiking and self-guiding trails are open year-round. RVing on the parkway offers a great ride, and motorcycling and biking are popular with hundreds of miles of scenic, winding road between Natchez and Nashville.

Tennessee River

The Tennessee River is the largest tributary of the Ohio River. It is approximately 652 miles (1049 km) long and is located in the southeastern United States in the Tennessee Valley. The river was once popularly known as the Cherokee River, among other names.

Pictured is the Pickwick Belle docked at the old ferry landing on Clifton's riverfront in Spring of 2009. Clifton Marina, Ross Creek Landing Golf Course and the T.S. Stribling Home and Museum are just a short drive away.

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