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Decatur County, TN
Located on the bank of the Tennessee River in Decatur County, Clifton Bend is a richly diverse landscape consisting of 1,232± acres. With 415± acres of fertile farmland generating $52,000± of annual income, this property provides an attractive mix of recreational and income-producing lands. The water resources are astounding with a 100+ acre natural cypress lake and 2+ miles of Tennessee River frontage. The topography is equally as interesting with the impressive geological limestone bluff that provides huge views from the back porch of the lodge. Built in 2018, the lodge is 1,600± square feet constructed of locally sourced wood products. The northern half of Clifton Bend is rolling mixed hardwood forests with scattered food plots and hayfields throughout. With the abundance of edge, food, water, habitat, and privacy that allow wildlife to thrive, it’s no secret that Clifton Bend is a phenomenal recreational hunting property in all of the outdoor seasons. Clifton Bend is located only two hours from Nashville, TN and Huntsville, AL and it’s a short 10-minute drive to the small community of Clifton, TN.
Clifton Bend is a dynamic property. That may sound generic and vague, but let me explain. People always say they want fertile land with character and views. Those things usually contradict one another, but at Clifton Bend you have hundreds of acres of fertile alluvial soils along the Tennessee River and then it transitions into rolling hill topography that creates all of these interesting nooks and crannies of which parts have sweeping views. Land buyers also always want good water resources – either a lake or live water. Well, Clifton Bend has both and I’m not talking about a little farm pond and a creek. A 100+ acre natural lake is super uncommon and then add on over two miles of Tennessee River frontage that creates an impenetrable boundary and you have water resources that are unrivaled. When you add great wildlife, a newly build cabin, and only a couple hours from cities like Nashville and Huntsville, it quickly jumps out as an incomparable piece of land