KYLES FORD: GORGEOUS MOUNTAIN VIEWS IN HANCOCK COUNTY TN
Three new unrestricted tracts have just been released off of Trail of the Lonesome Pine (HWY 70) outside Kyles Ford, TN, in Hancock County. The tracts are approximately 20 minutes from Sneedville, an hour from Morristown, and 1 hour and 15 minutes from Johnson City, TN. Each of these undeveloped and unrestricted tracts are fully wooded, and each has plateau areas with exposed rock outcroppings and — with a little clearing — beautiful views of the adjacent valleys and ridges.
Perfect for a private cabin in the woods, the tracts run from hilly to steep, and excavation and grading will be required to access the tracts and plateau areas, which tend to be more of a gentle sloping.
Some old roads are evident on some of the tracts, but they are currently heavily overgrown and would require clearing and grading to be used. Ingress and egress easements along the boundaries between each tract are established for the development of roads to fully access the individual tracts. Electricity and utility water are located along Trail of the Lonesome Pine Road.
$49,000 / 9.28 acres
$30,500 / 5.77 acres
$26,500 / 5 acres
HORTON FORD ROAD: 7 HUGE NEW TRACTS IN HANCOCK COUNTY TN
Seven large, beautiful new tracts are now available outside of Eidson, TN, about 30 minutes east of Kyles Ford in Hancock County. These tracts all have electricity available, and boast both gently sloping wooded areas as well as patches of pastureland and flatter areas perfect for building. The tracts are easily accessible via paved county roads, and tributaries from nearby Shelby Creek make their way onto many of the tracts.
Most of these tracts are quite large, averaging around 20 acres, and all have electricity available and have suitable areas for building. A few of the tracts already have drives cut into them, while others will need new drives for full access. If you're looking for a secluded, remote property that still allows easy access, these tracts are definitely worth a look.