Land for sale in , TN at 625 Bill Roberts Road. This land is priced at $2,375/acre.
40.85 survey ac totally wooded located in a rural area. 2 oil wells in operation with a minor production and a lease agreement active (on file & on docs). The wells could produce more with an aggressive consideration. No restrictions, Electric is installed. Natural gas on property. City water & telephone available at the main road.
17 - Out of all areas available
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Listing information last updated on July 20th, 2019 at 9:12pm CDT.
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