This beautiful 269 acre property is conveniently located 35 miles south of Nashville, Tennessee in the highly sought after Southeast part of Williamson County. Ideal property to be developed or perfectly suited for the ultimate private estate property. Lush green pastures give way to mature woods criss-crossed throughout the entire property. The lively year-round, spring fed creek flows across the entire middle of the property. Must See! Land 269.25 acres of lush green pastures that give way to the beautiful and lively, year-round, spring fed creek that runs across the entire middle of the property flowing from west to east. Woodlots filled with beautiful, mature trees are dotted throughout this beautiful landscape. Three beautiful ponds are spread out across the property – one is tucked away in the woods on the northern portion, one is located on the west side, and one is down on the southern part of the property. The mature hardwoods include premium stands of black walnut, oak, cherry, persimmon and black locust. Beautiful views throughout the property range from level and gentle rolling pasture, plus creek views from the southern part of the property to gorgeous hilltop views on the north end. Zoned RD-5. Must See in person! Improvements The entire property is fenced with wire fencing. Perimeter and cross fencing throughout. A barn along with a small corral area are located on the south end of the property. The property is very pristine and in its natural state as a farm in the beautiful rolling hills near College Grove, TN. Recreation This property is naturally loaded with wildlife, namely deer, turkey and many species of wild birds. A perfect haven to watch the wildlife and enjoy country living with nature. You can hike or enjoy riding ATV’s until your heart’s content while even criss crossing the creek in various places to add a little extra fun and challenge to it. Agriculture The property is comprised of approximately 70% open and gentle rolling pasture and 30% wooded. An area farmer is currently grazing a small number of cattle in a couple of the pastures. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources This property is blessed with a beautiful year-round spring fed creek that runs across the entire width of the property. An approximate 2 acre spring fed pond is located up in the northern portion of the property, along with 2 additional ponds down on the southern end of the property. Region & Climate Middle Tennessee has a generally mild climate year round, but still enjoys four distinct seasons. The average high temperature in the summer is 89 degrees compared to an average high of 50 degrees in the winter. History Williamson County in Middle Tennessee was founded in 1799 and College Grove was one of its early communities. College Grove is an unincorporated community tucked nicely in the beautiful and peaceful Southeast part of the county just 10 minutes south of Highway 840.