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THIS PROPERTY IS A HIDDEN GEM! Behind the beautiful hardwood forest when you first enter the property lies an open pasture, roadways for easy access and a 365-day creek running from the top of the property to the bottom. As you approach the open pasture area you are greeted with beautiful mountain views. Throughout the wooded areas you will find hemlock, hickory, white pine and red and white oak trees. The property backs up to the Cherokee National Forest in two places and is part of the Greenbelt. A service road to the Cherokee National Forest makes it extremely easy to access the property in multiple locations. The land faces the southwest towards Watauga Lake which allows for snow to melt quickly because of the sunlight. In addition to its natural beauty, it is not very far from the Appalachian Trail. There are multiple springs on the property and access to electricity, cable and phone at the beginning of the property near the road. This is a great opportunity to build your dream home or use the land for recreational fun in the beautiful mountains of East TN! Only a few minutes from downtown Mountain City and Watauga Lake. Buyer/Buyers Agent to verify all info.
From Mountain City, take Highway 67 W towards Butler, turn right on Old Stage Road, turn left on Henry Stout Branch Road, the property begins near the end of road on the right, see sign
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