Come and enjoy your private retreat this summer! 10 secluded acres with multiple streams running along several borders!
Centrally located between 6 GREAT outdoor attractions – What’s not to LOVE about this area?
- Frozen Head State Park & Nature Area (12 miles)
- Lone Mountain State Forest (9 miles)
- Obed Wild and Scenic River (19 miles)
- Catoosa Wildlife Management Area (20 miles)
- Nemo Abandoned Train Tunnels and Hiking Trails (20 miles)
- The Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area (48 miles)
This beautiful wooded 10 Acre parcel is located in Obed Scenic Community in the quaint laid back town of Wartburg, TN. Great parcel to come and use as a base camp – during the various hunting seasons OR if you are looking to build – this lot won’t disappoint! The restrictions are light and there is NO HOA!
Wartburg offers the small-town feel when you want it and access to the areas MANY area attractions. It’s a town where people say that the community is like a big family, and the people are very welcoming. There are many places to eat in town, and Wartburg is located in the middle of the county, so many nearby towns are a short drive. Frozen Head State Park & Nature Area, Lone Mountain State Forest, and Catoosa Wildlife Management Area are close and there are many beautiful waterfalls and nice trails to hike. During part of the year they stock the creek with rainbow trout – which provides a fun activity for all to enjoy!
If you want more activities and excitement then you are in luck! The Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area is a short drive (just over an hour)!! Big South Fork National River and Recreation offers something for everyone from Biking, Hiking, Kayaking, Horseback riding and so much more – this is a MUST see!
If you are looking to get away from the crowds sit, relax, and enjoy a peaceful picnic or go out explore all that Mother Nature has to offer – then look no further!
This parcel offers you the option of building a home or use it as your own private retreat to camp – you decide!
There is something for everyone and it is all available in your own backyard!
Call us today and find out how easy it is to own this beautiful retreat and begin building dreams that will last a lifetime!
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Property Type: Vacant Land
Address: Bear Branch Rd. Wartburg, TN 37887
County: Morgan County
Zoning: No Zoning (Residential)
Terrain: Varying terrain, sloping and flat at the top
Power: Power in Bear Branch Road
Water: Well or Alternative System will be needed
Sewer: Septic will be needed
Roads: Gravel\Dirt (privately maintained)
Title Info: Clear Title via Special Warranty Deed or General Warranty Deed if closed with a title company
Annual Property Taxes (Approx): $398.00
Terms: Cash Sale – Buyer to pay documentation or Closing costs if closed with a title company
Directions from Wartburg:
- Take Spring St. which merges into Catoosa Rd.
- Travel approximately 4 miles subdivision entry on left.
- Go straight then take first left.
- Bear Branch Rd will veer to the left at next fork in the road
- 4 wheel drive is recommended
36.073799, -84.626215 (Front lower side)
36.074844, -84.626483 (Front top middle side)
36.074902, -84.625221 (Middle right side)
36.075242, -84.625983 (Top Middle)
36.076097, -84.625211 (Top back upper middle)
- Temporary dwellings allowed during Weekend Visits AND Hunting Seasons – but removed when unoccupied.
- Manufactured/Modular homes and Stick Built Homes are allowed on the property.
- Any residence dwelling must be 1,000 sq feet minimum.
- Single, double, or triple wide mobile homes are not permitted.
- Easement for ingress and egress over and across a 50′ wide roadway known as Cherokee Trail leading from Catoosa Rd. to property.
Wartburg is a city in Morgan County, TN, and in the mid-1840s, Wartburg was founded by George Gerding, a land speculator who bought up large tracts of land in what is now Morgan County and organized the East Tennessee Colonization Company with plans to establish a series of German colonies in the Cumberland region. German and Swiss immigrants, seeking to escape poor economic conditions in their home counties, arrived at the site by traveling from New Orleans up the Mississippi and Cumberland rivers to Nashville, and then by ox cart to the Cumberland Plateau. The first of these settlers arrived in the area in 1845, and new groups of immigrants would continue trickling in until 1855
The county, which lies on the eastern edge of the Cumberland Plateau, is known for its rugged mountain terrain, and cold mountain streams and rivers. The Crab Orchard Mountains comprise a large area of the county, which includes several designated wilderness areas, Frozen Head State Park, and Lone Mountain State Forest.
The Emory River rises on the slopes of Bird Mountain near Wartburg. The Obed River, a designated national wild and scenic river, empties into the Emory southwest of Wartburg. The Clear Fork, which forms part of Morgan’s boundary with Fentress County, joins the New River in Scott County to the north to form the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River.
The Cumberland Trail passes through Morgan County.
Our company, Mohegan Real Estate LLC, is a family-owned property investment company. We acquire real estate far below market value and pass the savings on to our customers. We take pride in professional individualized service, quick and convenient transactions, and buyer satisfaction.
Disclaimer: This property is either owned by Mohegan Real Estate LLC or under contract and selling the equitable interest in the contract. Equal Opportunity Housing.