Double Cluck Farm is a beautiful recreational property bordering the Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge on the entire east side. This 123.5 acre property is a wildlife paradise. The unique location adjacent to the refuge provides excellent habitat for deer, turkey, and waterfowl. If you are looking for an excellent hunting property or a weekend getaway just 30 minutes from Clarksville, TN - this property checks all the boxes! Land With over 1/2 mile of county road frontage, and two gated access points, there is private access to multiple homesite choices offering seclusion, plus million dollar views. When touring the property, you will quickly notice the beautiful gently rolling hardwood ridges and bottoms . The ridges are loaded with a healthy mixture of mature oak, maple, hickory, beech, walnut, ash, and poplar. The two rolling pastures where the waterfowl pits are located, are surrounded by hardwoods. Wildlife plots have been meticulously managed each year and planted with row crops and food plot blends. The remaining portions of each pasture are managed for hay and are cut, raked and baled twice per year. Electric is on the property and run underground to the two waterfowl pits. Improvements Two Waterfowl Pits Electricity – underground lines to both waterfowl pits Two Gated Access Trails onto the property from the county road Excellent trail network provides convenient access to all parts of the property Boundary wire fencing around the perimeter Recreation This property is perfect for the wildlife enthusiast. The abundance of deer, turkey, and waterfowl make it a highly desired property for hunting and or purely enjoying being one with nature. The recreation includes hunting, hiking, ATV’s, and fishing in Elk Reservoir just two miles from the property. Features: ATV/ Off Road Hunting – Waterfowl, deer, turkey, small game, predators Hiking Horses Build your dream home or a cabin for weekend getaways Agriculture The property is approximately 70% hardwoods and 30% pasture. 80 +/- acres of mature marketable hardwood timber 40 +/- acres of managed pasture for wildlife plantings including corn and the remaining pasture for hay Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources All owned subsurface rights to be conveyed. Region & Climate This area of Tennessee has a generally mild climate year-round, but still enjoys four distinct seasons. Tennessee has an average of 207 sunny days a year, slightly above the national average of 205. The average temperature in the summer is 87 degrees compared to an average high of 55 degrees in the winter. History This property has very rich, deep-rooted history due to its proximity to Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge. Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1962 to provide habitat for migratory birds. This refuge derived its unique name from the reference of the North and South Creeks intersecting at the midpoint of the refuge. The refuge lies within the floodplain of the Cumberland River, which is now known as Lake Barkley. The primary purpose of the refuge is to provide feeding and resting habitat for migratory birds. The refuge spans over 8,862 acres, and according to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, at peak population times for waterfowl, the refuge will average 35,000 birds per day with numbers that may exceed 80,000 during extremely cold weather. Traditionally, the refuge has held up to 10% of the total black duck population wintering in the Mississippi Flyway. The main goal of the Wildlife Refuge is to continue the emphasis on managing habitat for waterfowl. Location This property is in the heart of Stewart County, Tennessee. It is located approximately 30 minutes west of Clarksville, Tennessee. The property borders Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge on the East side of the property. It is within five minutes of the beautiful Elk Harbor reservoir where you can launch your boat and fish. If you are looking for the perfect outdoor recreational tract, this property has it all. It is also within 30 minutes of Kentucky Lake. The closest major airport would be in Nashville Tennessee, about an hour and half from this location.