This Williamson County, Tennessee property has it all! For the private estate buyer, your homesite choices are many. Choose a location along the gently rolling pasture, pick a spot somewhere at the edge of the woods, or select the ultimate privacy deep in the woods and enjoy the million dollar views. For the developer, this property is zoned RD-5 and is a real gem! Onsite preliminary soil testing has revealed many great sites. Land The 110 acres are made up of approximately 45 acres in gentle, rolling pasture bordering nearly 1/2 mile of Owen Hill Road, while the 65 acres is a beautiful wooded hillside located further away from the county road and very private and secluded. 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, creek views, plus gorgeous million dollar hilltop views! Zoned RD-5. Milcrofton municipal water and Middle Tennessee Electric are at the road next to the property. Williamson County Soil scientist just completed onsite preliminary soil analysis and located many excellent soils areas. Must See this beautiful property in person to see the million dollar views! Improvements The entire property is fenced with wire fencing. Perimeter and cross fencing throughout. The property is pristine and in its natural state as a farm in the beautiful rolling hills of SE Williamson County, Tennessee near College Grove. Recreation This property is blessed with wildlife, namely deer, turkey. 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 Approximately 35 acres are tillable and are being rotated between corn and soybeans. The balance of open ground, approximately 10 acres is baled for hay. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources This property has a beautiful year-round spring-fed creek that runs across the north side of the property. Region & Climate Middle Tennessee has a generally mild, year round climate, with four very 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. Location This property is located just 40 minutes south of Downtown Nashville and 45 minutes from Nashville International Airport. Grocery shopping and restaurants are just a short 15 minute drive. Location, Location, Location!