The recent upswing in the real estate market may have you considering purchasing a small plot of rural land. Your dreams of cultivating your own little homestead or farm have made those considerations come even closer to reality. But where to buy? What is the perfect place for your new home? It may be time to think about Tennessee, specifically, Monroe County. Why? Here’s what you will find.
Admit it. Your number one reason for moving to Tennessee is to be near its beautiful natural environment. Love waterfalls? Of course you do. You will love Conasauga Falls. Also in Monroe County, you’ll find Tellico Plains, a great place to hike near Falls Branch. Views of the Appalachian Mountains throughout the county will astound you all year long.
If you are the type of person who wants to know what has happened where you live in the many years preceding your own life, you will have a great time doing research in Monroe County. Did you know that Tanasi (from which the name “Tennessee” comes), the Cherokee capital during the 18th Century, is located in Monroe County? You will also find the town of Sweetwater, where the mountain men first settled. The area is very proud of its historical traditions, so it will not be hard to find someone to tell you all about it.
The main reason (that you’re telling your friends, anyway) that you are moving to Monroe County, TN, is because you are eager to try your hand at some farming. There’s nowhere better to set up your little homestead than Tennessee! The ground and seasonal temperatures are perfect for growing eggplant, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, peppers, and Brussels sprouts. Prefer something else? You can also try your hand with corn or cotton, soybeans, or wheat. It’s also ideal for raising farm animals, such as sheep, goats, or hogs.
The people in Monroe County love to get together, as evidenced by the many fairs and festivals they host throughout the year. Fried Pickle Festival? You got it. National Muscadine Festival? Can’t miss it. You’ll even be close to the 12th Annual Fiddlers Gathering – a must-see for music lovers. Even if you don’t make it out to any of the annual fairs or festivals, you will undoubtedly make new friends at the local farmer’s markets, flea markets, or antique shows in the area. There’s something in Monroe County for everyone!
One of the great things about purchasing land for sale in Monroe County, TN, from Hurdle is that you don’t have to worry about the fluctuations in the real estate market! You can finance your little plot of heaven for only $295. With so much to look forward to in Monroe County, what is stopping you?