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|Address:3305 Yellow Creek Road
Yellow Creek Farm features 158 acres - 90 acres pasture or crop and 68 acres wooded (hardwoods), spacious 4 bedroom farmhouse and various barns (tobacco barn, hay shed, smokehouse, equipment shed, corn crib, tool shed), fenced and cross-fenced, and fronting scenic Yellow Creek in Dickson County. Selling at AUCTION on Sat. Sept. 24th to settle the Wayne Keith Estate. Everything Sells...furniture, collectables, tools, farm equipment (including like new John Deere tractor & various implements). Complete list to be posted at a later date. This gorgeous farm in a great location has been a very active farm over the years. The family has raised quail, goats, horses, turkey, hogs, cattle, chickens, bees & a donkey. Various crops include: corn, tobacco, watermellon and of course large vegetable gardens. There are plenty of opportunities on this farm to keep a family well-fed and active in the farming business. Although there is a wet-weather creek that runs the border of the farm and a large stream on one end, the family has not pursued any interests in Aquaculture, which is definitely a possibility for the next owner. The 2200 sq ft house was built in 1979 with family and farming in mind. The master suite is on the main level along with a large family den, kitchen & dining area, utility as well as the "food prep kitchen" which was used for meat packaging, canning and storage for many years. For your recreational interests, this farm has been a very good producer of quality deer, turkey & dove hunting as well as fishing in Yellow Creek. Maybe you just want to enjoy riding the trails through the woods and fields on your ATV or horse. This farm has it all. Stay tuned for lots of photos and more details on the farm! This past spring (2011), they cut and rolled 289 rolls (5x5) of hay off approximately 75 acres. With the uncertainty of our economy, what better time to invest in FARMS and FARM LAND? We can't eat gold..but we can eat the harvest off the land.
This farm is located in Dickson County, about 12 miles from the city of Dickson and less than an hour to Nashville. Google search Dickson County and you will discover this primarily agriculture-based middle Tennessee county is host to quality healthcare, education, shopping, and employment opportunities and still experiencing growth in many sectors while many regions of the United States are still suffering during this economy.
If you are considering a change in your life and your lifestyle...and a life in the country appeals to you...you will definitely want to consider this farm on Yellow Creek.
This farm is very near two of the region's most famous CAVES...Jewel Cave and Ruskin Cave.