Where is Your Owner-Financed Slice of Rural Southern Heaven?
Are the hustle and bustle of the city getting to be too much for you? Do you desire somewhere a little more relaxed with more things to do around you? Hurdle Land and Realty has owner-financed land for sale all over the south. If you’re not quite sure where to plant the roots of your family tree, just check out these great locations in Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, and Georgia with plenty of activities for you to enjoy with your family!
Known for having America’s largest underground lake and cave system called Craighead Caverns, Sweetwater has many exciting things to do. Take a glass-bottomed boat ride in The Lost Sea and learn about the cavern’s history and geological development. Then, plan a visit to The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, where you can pick between different train rides of various lengths, some of which include a fine dining experience! Finally, visit Mayfield Dairy Farms, where you can taste delicious fresh milk and ice cream after learning how Mayfield makes their dairy products!
Allen County, Kentucky
Allen County, Kentucky has a deep, rich history and many things to do in the area. The kids would love a day spent at Aviation Heritage Park. Touching the aircraft is encouraged for a hands-on learning experience about regional heroes. You can get an up-close look at aircraft that tell aviators’ stories and learn out about the African American women who trained the Tuskegee Airmen. With life-size dinosaurs, digging for fossils, panning for minerals and gemstones, and real fossil exhibits, Dinosaur World is another family favorite. For the more adventurous, explore sinkholes and caves at Crystal Onyx Caves before taking a tour in a beautiful speleothem-rich cave.
Greenville County, South Carolina
Greenville County, South Carolina is surrounded by the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains. As such, there is plenty of camping, biking, hiking, fishing, and swimming to be had in the area. Paris Mountain State Park is where to go for the whole family to enjoy the great outdoors. Spend a day at the Greenville Zoo to see fascinating animal exhibits and learn about their ongoing conservation efforts. Be sure to visit the Greenville County Museum of Art, where you can find a collection of art with southern ties and the world’s most extensive collection of watercolors by Andrew Wyeth.
Baldwin is located on the southernmost edge of the Appalachian Mountains in Northeast Georgia. It has s vibrant history with excellent schools, a unique cultural experience, and beautiful natural resources. The Big Red Apple monument is located just 1 mile from Baldwin in Cornelia, standing on the old railway station grounds. As a dedication to local apple growers, this would be a great stop if you’re interested in planting an apple orchard on your own plot of rural land in Georgia. While exploring Cornelia, check out Chenocetah Fire Tower, named for the Native American word meaning “see all around.” It is the only stone fire tower in the state. Finally, head to Fort Hollingsworth - White House to tour a well-preserved example of an early frontier fort.
Have we convinced you to make a move to one of these rural areas? Contact Hurdle today to find your piece of heaven!