No Restrictions AND A short 20-minute drive to The Great Smokey Mountains National Park!!
Owner Financing Terms:
- $5,000 down payment
- $250 month
- 60 months
The Best of both worlds: Remote when you want it BUT close to so many local and national attractions!
What’s not to love? Centrally located to MANY local attractions and towns.
- 20-minute drive to Great Smokey Mountains National Park
- 30-minute drive to Sevierville
- 30-minute drive to Dollywood
- 35-minute drive to Gatlinburg
- Under 2 hours to The Cherokee National Forest (1 hr 45 min)
This 2.34 Acre parcel is located in the quaint town of Sevierville, TN, and is Remote, raw and heavily wooded – with some work, this parcel will be amazing! All offers considered!
If you are looking to explore the outdoors and all that Mother Nature has to share – then you are in luck – The Great Smokey Mountains National Park is only 11.7 miles away.
If you want more activities and excitement – then you are in luck! CLIMB Works Zipline Canopy tours – #1 Rated Zipline in Tennessee for 9 years in a row!! Explore the Smoky Mountains in a whole new way!
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
Legal Address: Coy Rhea Way, Sevierville, TN 37876
Legal Description: Clarence Rhea Prop Resub PB 34 PG 76 PB LM-1 PG 4 LOT 3-E
Subdivision Name: Clarence Rhea Prop Resub
Lot Size: 2.34
County: Sevier County (outside the city limits)
Terrain: Varied – Rolling\Sloping
Power: Power at Henry Town Road
Water: Well will be needed
Sewer: Septic will be needed (Preliminary Approval for 3 Bedroom Septic)
Roads: Dirt (remnants of gravel). Privately maintained via Road Agreement
Title Info: Clear Title via Special Warranty Deed or General Warranty Deed if closed with a title company
Annual Property Taxes (Approx.): $90.00
Terms: Cash Sale – Buyer to pay documentation or Closing costs if closed with a title company
GPS Coordinates Approx. Front Middle: 35.801392, -83.349494
- Camping allowed
- Single Wide – Allowed
- Double-wide – Allowed
- Modular – Allowed
- Stick Built – Allowed
- Plat Map – Rhea – Revised 101602
- Highlighted Parcel
- Useable Septic Area
Sevier County as it is known today was formed in 1794 from part of neighboring Jefferson County and has kept its original boundaries since it was formed. The county takes its name from John Sevier who was the 1st governor of Tennessee.
Since Sevier County was established in 1795, the county seat has been situated at Sevierville (also named for Sevier), the eighth-oldest city in Tennessee. Before the early 1930’s the early Sevier County’s society, population and economy relied primarily on traditional subsistence-based farming. Now Sevier County has grown into a major tourist destination since the establishment of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which dominates the southern portion of the county.
One of the very reasons for the park’s creation, however, was also one of the county’s first major economic engines: the lumber industry. Establishments in what is now the national park felled large amounts of timber in the early 1900s. Though the park effectively killed the logging industry in the late 1930s, it spurred the development of one of the largest tourist resorts in the United States of America, as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is now the most visited national park in the country.
- Great Smoky Mountains National Park, southern Sevier County: Established in 1936 and propelling the tourism industry in Sevier County ever since, the national park is the most visited in the entire system, welcoming over 10 million nature enthusiasts every year, most of which arrive through Sevier County.
- Dollywood, Pigeon Forge: The theme park named for part-owner Dolly Parton is one of the most popular theme parks and most frequented attractions (after the Great Smoky Mountains National Park) in Tennessee.
- Ober Gatlinburg, Gatlinburg: The Ober Gatlinburg ski resort that sits above Gatlinburg, offering many attractions for visitors unique to the county, some of which include winter ski slopes and an indoor ice skating rink. The tramway that takes visitors to and from the resort is touted as “America’s Largest Aerial Tramway.
- Foxfire Mountain Themed Adventure Park, Sevierville: A 150-acre wilderness theme park located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains offers a wide range of outdoor adventures including zip-lining, ATV tours, climbing walls, free-fall jumps, aerial adventure courses, hiking trails, and America’s longest swinging bridge.
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.