$1,750,000   •   53.5 Acres
5 br / 3 ba /

Tucked away down a long private driveway sits this fully furnished 4800 sf brick home featuring main level living along with a finished walkout basement. Thoughtfully laid out with many extras including a premium full house generator, covered front porch, central vac system, new thermo tilt-in windows, tankless water heater, spacious composite deck with covered patio, security system, plus two insulated metal buildings with large overhead doors. Land 53. 50 acres of beautiful Middle Tennessee landscape. Flat, lush pasture along the southern portion make up approximately 3/4 of the property with over a mile of county road frontage on Capps and Dady roads. A local farmer cuts, rakes and bales over 100 large round bales of hay each year on the approximate 35 acre portion of the property. The northern part of the property features the stately 4800 sf brick home privately tucked away down a long concrete driveway overlooking the beautiful pond loaded with bass and bluegills. Mature hardwood trees majestically line the driveway and are sprinkled throughout the northern portion of the property making it extra peaceful and private. Wildlife galore! Improvements Main House 4800 sf brick home with main level living, walkout basement, spacious deck, covered patio and front porch Two car garage with built-in cabinets. Fully furnished including Subzero refrigerator, and washer / dryer Natural gas, electric and well water with a full house water purification system and tankless water heater Premium Briggs & Stratton full house generator runs on natural gas Ring security system, wifi, new thermo tilt-in windows, central vac system, plus a private concrete driveway Metal Buildings 40×60 with 14′ overhead doors on both ends 30×40 with 10′ overhead doors on both ends Fully insulated with electric and water Three Rental Homes  Two Short Term Rentals – go to evolve.com and search McEwen, TN for photos 1) 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom – sleeps 5 (property ID at evolve.com is 444233) 2) 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom – sleeps 4 (property ID at evolve.com is 472225) One Long-Term Rental – photos upon request 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom – sleeps 5 Utilities Electric Natural gas 3 wells 4 septic systems Full House Generator (natural gas)   Recreation Rural recreation abounds with this property conveniently located just a short 5 minute country drive from the quaint Middle Tennessee town of McEwen. Bring your horses if you like, drive your atv around, cast a line until the bass wear you out, or set up your own private shooting range and plink away. Surrounded by large privately owned properties, this 53.50 acre sanctuary is a magnet for wildlife. Whitetail deer and turkey meander throughout enjoying the fresh water of the two ponds, acorns from the white oak trees, along with the supple healthy grasses throughout. Agriculture The farm has approximately 35 acres of hay pasture that is thoughtfully cared for each year. A typical season will yield around 100 round bales from two cuts, one in June and another in late August or early September. The owners have planted and nurtured a high yielding vegetable garden each summer near the main house. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources The property has an abundance of excellent water sources. A very robust 335 ft well with a full house water purification system supplies excellent water for all the domestic needs. Two additional wells are strategically located adjacent to county road frontage on the property if a future owner ever decided to subdivide parts of the 53.50 acres. A beautiful 2 acre farm pond sits a stones throw from the main house. It is loaded with spunky bass and bluegill ready to stretch your line. Catch a few for a fresh fish fry, or enjoy catch and release on the privacy of your own property. All owned mineral rights convey. General Operations Income Producing Property: Rental Income: Rental income total for the 3 homes averages around $3K per month Hay Production: A typical season will yield around 100 round bales Round bales generally sell for $35 – $50 each Investment Possibilities: Wedding & Event Venue Add a water feature in the pond, renovate and decorate the existing metal buildings for the gathering area, then utilize the main house and three rental homes for family and close friends. Offer the turnkey property for a very private Friday or Saturday or even offer a weekend Friday-Sunday stay for family and friends Development Take advantage of the vast county road frontage and subdivide into building lots Region & Climate McEwen, Tennessee has a very moderate climate with four very distinct seasons. Summer highs are frequently in the mid 80’s to low 90’s, and winter days average in the high 40’s to low 50’s. The area receives lots of sunshine, along with around 120 days of precipitation a year making for a beautifully lush green landscape. History This farm has been in the same family since the early 1900’s. The current family members have resided here since they built their home on the family farm in 1994. Location This property is conveniently located in Western Middle Tennessee. 1 hour west of Nashville 20 minutes west of Dickson 5 minutes north of McEwen


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Pat Doyle
Pat Doyle
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