361 Liberty Church Road | Polk County, TN
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About This Beautiful Property
361 Liberty Church Road (Old Fort, TN)
– Homestead with 2 Bedrooms and 1 Bathroom
– Commercial Kitchen, Bathroom, Dry Apartment
– Pole Barn + Hay Loft
– 216 +/- Acres
The property has been fully fenced, cross-fenced, and gated for immediate use for horses and cattle. The current owner has used this land for cattle, pigs, and laying hens. Previously, this acreage was home to a functioning farm, Conasauga Farms. Within certain portions of the property, you’ll find a gravity-flow irrigation system, 7 frost-free cattle waterers, 4 high-producing wells, and several improved campsites for Airbnb or Hipcamp income. The current owner is renting the main house for $1,000 per month, and there is a land lessee who is paying the $2,500/year for use of the pastures for animals.
You will also enjoy access to endless mountain biking and hiking trails, plus a pristine location only about 20 minutes from the Ocoee River (known for whitewater rafting, kayaking, hiking, and biking), 30 mins from the Hiwassee River Blueway (known for its whitewater paddling, trout/bass fishing, as well as bird watching), and only 5 minutes from the pristine waters of the Conasauga River (which boasts some of the cleanest water around with some of the best fish, as well as camping, hiking, boating, and swimming). You will also enjoy being within proximity to the nearby Cherokee National Forest and the Cohutta Mountains which make for great memories of horseback riding through the wide-open wilderness. This property is conveniently located only about 2 hours from Atlanta, 1 hour from Knoxville, 45 minutes from Chattanooga, and 20 minutes from Cleveland.
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Owner Is Willing To Sell A Portion Of The Lots
The current owner is willing to sell a portion of the pre-platted lots (~111 acres with homestead, commercial kitchen, workshop, barn, etc.) for $999,000 – get in touch or visit the website link for details.
Within this 111 acres of the property, you'll also find a tunnel campsite on the ridge that includes a deck overlooking the valley (on one side) and the breathtaking view of the Cohutta Mountains (on the other side). You will also find a buried double shipping container campsite, a pink mobile open-air glamping trailer, short school bus with bunk bed, storage shed container, chicken coops, 10-kilowatt solar grid tie array, 60x100 pole barn with hay loft, open workshop (with shelving, storage, plus room to park a tractor), 3 spring-fed creeks, and 3 ponds. Although the horse pond is not stocked, the pond to the south of the house is stocked with Bream and Bass, and the pond across the street is stocked with Bream, Bass, and Catfish. There is a creek that comes out of the mountains, turns east, runs north into the main creek in the middle of the property (which is Sheers Branch Creek). There is another spring that runs in the northeast corner of the property, as well as a spring that comes onto the property and runs west, south-west to Sheers Branch Creek. This property features infrastructure for two 30'x75' hoop houses which have been used for home veggies or a place to house animals in the wintertime.
Would you like to view this property? Get in touch with our listing agents...
Debbie Sue Przybysz: 440.759.0852
Davey Horsman: 423.504.3996