A short 10-minute drive to the Cherokee National Forest or 20 minutes to the Great Smokey National Park!
This 5.62-acre parcel is located 15 minutes East of Newport, TN and in the heart of many outdoor attractions. This property provides you with privacy when wanted but a short drive to the modern conveniences and stores. Being conveniently located you have many options of places to go, and things to do. The Great Smokey Mountain National park is a short 20-minute drive, the Appalachian Trail is also very close. The Appalachian Trail is the longest hiking-only footpath in the world, ranging from Maine to Georgia. It crosses 14 states and runs 2,190 miles.
If you want more activities and excitement – then you are in luck! You can visit the Outdoor Adventures of the Smokies which offers a variety of options (Rustic outpost for helicopter & monster-truck rides, ropes courses & off-site local tours and is located in Sevierville, TN) OR if you love being on the traversing down a river then Rip-Roaring Whitewater Adventure is a must-see and is located in Hartford, TN. You can simply enjoy a walk in the woods in the Great Smoky Mountains.
If you would prefer 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!
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!
How to buy:
Click on the Buy Now button and secure this property with a down payment. Our credit card processor, Stripe with MoonClerk, will handle your transaction safely. Or, call us at (617) 433-7758 to discuss other payment methods. The remaining balance will be handled professionally by a title company/escrow service.
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Property Type: Vacant Land
Address: Little Berry Way, Del Rio, TN 37727
Lot Size: 5.62 Acres
County: Cocke County
Zoning: No Zoning
Terrain: Slope, dense of trees
Water: Well or Delivery, Water Catchment
Roads: Dirt (maintained by the county)
Title Info: Clear Title via Special Warranty Deed or General Warranty Deed if closed with a title company
Annual Property Taxes (Approx): $143.00
Terms: Cash Sale – Buyer to pay documentation or Closing costs if closed with a title company
GPS: 35.890839, -83.048645
GPS Coordinates (4 Corners):
- Campers and Recreational Vehicles may be placed on the property on a temporary basis – not to exceed 6 months.
- No permanent trailers, mobile homes, or modular homes shall be placed OR allowed to remain on the premises.
- No junkyards OR disabled vehicles shall be placed upon or allowed to remain upon the premises.
Del Rio is an unincorporated community in Cocke County, TN. The community is situated around the confluence of the French Broad River and Big Creek, the latter of which has its source high in the mountains to the south. In recent years, the town’s central area has shifted to the junction of U.S. Route 25/U.S. Route 70 (US 25/70) and State Route 107 (SR 107), along the north side of the French Broad.
The Appalachian Mountains surround Del Rio on all sides, and, along with the river, have been the key influence on the town’s economic and cultural development. Stone Mountain rises some 2,000 feet above Del Rio to the west. Snowbird Mountain and Max Patch Bald, both of which are traversed by the Appalachian Trail, rise over 3,000 feet to the south. The Bald Mountains are to the east, and Neddy Mountain and Meadow Creek Mountain are to the north. The Cherokee National Forest borders much of Del Rio to the south and east.
Like most Appalachian communities, Del Rio has several “satellite” towns, formed as early settlers branched out over the limited bottomlands in the mountain gaps and narrow coves. Among these are Nough (sometimes called “Slabtown”) along Big Creek to the south, Paint Rock, which is further up the French Broad to the east, and Harmony Grove, to the southeast. Nough is the birthplace of the singer and actress Grace Moore. The Catherine Marshall novel, Christy, takes place at Chapel Hollow (called “Cutter Gap” in the novel), a small valley just west of Del Rio.
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.