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221± Deeded Acres
The Horse Farm is a gorgeous 221± acre equestrian farm located just minutes from Nashville and Franklin, Tennessee, near the charming community of Leiper’s Fork. The property offers the best of both worlds – the serenity of a peaceful country setting and the ease of access to the amenities of metropolitan areas. The farm is characterized by an array of rolling hills, mature hardwood forests, lush green pastures and a babbling creek. The Horse Farm is more than adequately equipped to handle the most dedicated equestrian enthusiast. The property currently includes a modest equestrian facility with three barns, but could easily be expanded to become a world-class facility. There are 50± acres of pastures that are well fenced and ready to accommodate your four-legged friends. The recreation abounds on this landscape and includes everything from horseback riding to hunting to hiking to camping and just plain relaxing. There are lots of exciting things happening in Williamson County these days and the chance to own this farm is a unique opportunity.
The Horse Farm covers an array of landscapes, from hardwood ridges to valleys of grazing pastures. The overall topography is rolling with elevations ranging from 630± to 905± feet. The farm has been maintained very well over the years and is in great shape.
The property is on the west side of Big East Fork Road and has one-mile of road frontage with a nice three-board fence spanning this distance. Upon entering, you immediately cross a wooden bridge taking you over East Fork Creek. The property has six-tenths of a mile of the blue-ribbon creek meandering along its eastern boundary. Up front, there are 50 acres of rather flat pastures that offer great opportunities for equestrian interests. Currently, cattle and horses are both utilizing these areas. The driveway is one-tenth of a mile and leads you to a stable and barn area situated next to a one-story brick single-family residence. The property has a significant hardwood ridge on its western side, offering the solitude of an expansive wilderness.