FOR SALE 167 Hardys Chapel Road – 41.67 Acres of unrestricted (residential, commercial, agricultural) land located about halfway between Nashville and Knoxville in Middle Tennessee on the Upper Cumberland Plateau in Overton County. It is just over the Putnam County Line, twelve miles north of Cookeville TN City Hall. Asking $299,000
- Over 2000 feet of road frontage
- Power and high-speed fiber optic internet access
- 6-inch water line along Hardys Chapel Rd and easy access to nearby 8-inch line
- A 1600 foot access road has been installed
- Mineral, Gas & Oil rights, Timber
- Other amenities:
- 13 miles to Standing Stone State Park
- 11 miles to Cummings Falls State Park
- 3 miles to Waterloo Falls
- 37 miles to Dale Hollow Lake
- 38 miles to Center Hill Lake
The state of Tennessee is geographically, culturally, economically, and legally divided into three Grand Divisions: East Tennessee, Middle Tennessee, and West Tennessee. East Tennessee is accentuated by Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and several popular theme parks. Middle Tennessee is highlighted by Nashville, the state capital, and Memphis, the epicenters for country music. West Tennessee is bordered by the Mississippi River to the west and the Tennessee River on the east, offering an abundance of natural area to explore. All three Grand Divisions provide the active, as well as the not-so-active pathfinder countless outdoor recreation opportunities, as well as exceptional scenic driving trails.
Tennessee’s major industries include agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism. Poultry, soybeans, and cattle are the state’s primary agricultural products, and major manufacturing exports include chemicals, transportation equipment, and electrical equipment. Tennessee has 56 unique state parks, over 80 waterfalls, 1100 miles of trails, more than 60,000 stream miles, and some 540,000 lake acres. It is also home to the most caves in the United States, with over 10,000 documented.
There is no state income tax. The Tennessee state sales tax rate is 7%, and Counties and cities can charge an additional local sales tax of up to 2.75%, for a maximum possible combined sales tax of 9.75%. Tennessee has 779 special sales tax jurisdictions with local sales taxes in addition to the state sales tax.
Tax year 2019 rates for relevant counties are as follows:
|Tennessee County||Property Tax as applied to assessed fair market value||Sales Tax (combined state and local)|
|Putnam County||.64% percent||9.75% percent|
|Overton County||.48% percent||9.5% percent|
Where to Retire magazine has selected Cookeville, TN as a top retirement destination in the sixth edition of “America’s 100 Best Places to Retire”, a comprehensive guidebook of the country’s most appealing retirement towns (edited and published by the experts at Where to Retire magazine). Jobs are plentiful, and several companies are based in Cookeville and the surrounding area. A fast growing micropolitan community of over 112 thousand, Cookeville is located just off US Hwy I-40 about midway between Nashville (80 miles) and Knoxville (102 miles).
The immediate area provides a great quality of life and excellent schools including Tennessee Tech University. Tennessee Tech currently offers a wide range of degrees to over 10,000 students. Three man-made lakes maintained by the Corps of Engineers are nearby. Created to help flood control the narrow valleys of the Cumberland Plateau, Center Hill Lake, Cordell Hull Lake, and Dale Hollow Lake are within a 40-mile radius. Countless marinas, state parks, and theme parks are also less than a day trip away. Livingston Tennessee,17 miles north of Cookeville, is the Overton County seat.
Interested parties please contact Owner, Carol Morris 931-498-2560