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Tennessee’s Finest

Nestled in the hills southwest of Nashville, the Triple Creek Ranch is a premier, once in a generation land offering that boasts numerous named streams, springs, mature hardwoods and serene meadows, which all contribute to a pristine, naturally exclusive location set amongst nature. There are many well-developed recreational amenities anchored with an equestrian facility, fenced paddocks, 40 miles of trails, wildlife food plots, a private airstrip, and an abundance of wildlife. When entering the 4,000 (+/-) acre property, one immediately recognizes the natural privacy, where each season delivers a new character to enjoy. Triple Creek Ranch is conveniently close to real world living but enhanced by the seclusion of the hills and forest which makes for a perfect getaway.

Tennessee’s Finest

Nestled in the hills southwest of Nashville, the Triple Creek Ranch is a premier, once in a generation land offering that boasts numerous named streams, springs, mature hardwoods and serene meadows, which all contribute to a pristine, naturally exclusive location set amongst nature. There are many well-developed recreational amenities anchored with an equestrian facility, fenced paddocks, 40 miles of trails, wildlife food plots, a private airstrip, and an abundance of wildlife. When entering the 4,000 (+/-) acre property, one immediately recognizes the natural privacy, where each season delivers a new character to enjoy. Triple Creek Ranch is conveniently close to real world living but enhanced by the seclusion of the hills and forest which makes for a perfect getaway.

Tennessee’s Finest

Nestled in the hills southwest of Nashville, the Triple Creek Ranch is a premier, once in a generation land offering that boasts numerous named streams, springs, mature hardwoods and serene meadows, which all contribute to a pristine, naturally exclusive location set amongst nature. There are many well-developed recreational amenities anchored with an equestrian facility, fenced paddocks, 40 miles of trails, wildlife food plots, a private airstrip, and an abundance of wildlife. When entering the 4,000 (+/-) acre property, one immediately recognizes the natural privacy, where each season delivers a new character to enjoy. Triple Creek Ranch is conveniently close to real world living but enhanced by the seclusion of the hills and forest which makes for a perfect getaway.

Location

Triple Creek Ranch is perfectly situated being just 20 miles southwest of Nashville, TN. The property has over one mile of frontage on the new TN 840 Loop with access off the Pinewood Interchange. The 840 Loop was completed in 2012 and provides excellent access to the fast growing area of Williamson County south of Nashville with convenient access to each of the city’s converging interstates – I-65, the I-40 corridor and I-24.


The property is 15 minutes west of historic Franklin, Tennessee, which offers all the amenities one would expect in a large city but with the charm of the old south Town Square. The small community of Leiper’s Fork is only 3.4 miles east of the property and is known to be home to many legends in Country music. People travel from all over the country to visit the quaint town of Leiper’s Fork for its natural beauty, hometown atmosphere and the chance to meet some of the neighboring stars.

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Location

Triple Creek Ranch is perfectly situated being just 20 miles southwest of Nashville, TN. The property has over one mile of frontage on the new TN 840 Loop with access off the Pinewood Interchange. The 840 Loop was completed in 2012 and provides excellent access to the fast growing area of Williamson County south of Nashville with convenient access to each of the city’s converging interstates – I-65, the I-40 corridor and I-24.


The property is 15 minutes west of historic Franklin, Tennessee, which offers all the amenities one would expect in a large city but with the charm of the old south Town Square. The small community of Leiper’s Fork is only 3.4 miles east of the property and is known to be home to many legends in Country music. People travel from all over the country to visit the quaint town of Leiper’s Fork for its natural beauty, hometown atmosphere and the chance to meet some of the neighboring stars.

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Location

Triple Creek Ranch is perfectly situated being just 20 miles southwest of Nashville, TN. The property has over one mile of frontage on the new TN 840 Loop with access off the Pinewood Interchange. The 840 Loop was completed in 2012 and provides excellent access to the fast growing area of Williamson County south of Nashville with convenient access to each of the city’s converging interstates – I-65, the I-40 corridor and I-24.


The property is 15 minutes west of historic Franklin, Tennessee, which offers all the amenities one would expect in a large city but with the charm of the old south Town Square. The small community of Leiper’s Fork is only 3.4 miles east of the property and is known to be home to many legends in Country music. People travel from all over the country to visit the quaint town of Leiper’s Fork for its natural beauty, hometown atmosphere and the chance to meet some of the neighboring stars.

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TO REQUEST MORE DETAILS, CALL (423) 605-6500 or (901) 828-5500.

TO REQUEST MORE DETAILS, CALL (423) 605-6500 or (901) 828-5500.

TO REQUEST MORE DETAILS,

CALL (423) 605-6500 or (901) 828-5500.

Improvements

  • Clubhouse & Arena – 42,500 (+/-) sq. ft
  • Riding Arena – 33,684 (+/-) sq. ft
  • Main Level Clubhouse: 2,794 sq. ft & 2nd floor: 1,170 sq. ft
  • Stable – 2,550 sq. ft
  • Airplane Hanger – 2,076 sq. ft
  • Shop Building – 2,880 sq. ft
  • West Horse Barn – 3,175 sq. ft
  • Fishing Lake – 4 (+/-) acres

Road Frontage

  • Pewitt Rd – 2,950ft
  • Boy Scout Rd 5,500ft
  • Taylor Cemetery Rd – 1,865ft
  • Pinewood (HWY 46) – 1,150ft & 310ft
  • Hargrove Rd – 3,982ft
  • I-840 – Over one mile of frontage @ Pinewood Exit.

Major Streams

  • Copper Branch – 1.45 miles
  • White Oak Branch – 1.09 miles
  • Kelley Creek – 2.31 miles
  • Arkansas Creek – 2.5 miles
  • Inman Branch – 1.64 miles
  • Blowing Springs Branch – 3,600ft
  • Coleman Branch – 1,500ft

Improvements

● Stable – 2,550 sq. ft     ● Airplane Hanger – 2,076 sq. ft
● Shop Building – 2,880 sq. ft     ● West Horse Barn – 3,175 sq. ft
● West Horse Barn – 3,175 sq. ft     ● Fishing Lake – 4 (+/-) acres
● Clubhouse & Arena – 42,500 (+/-) sq. ft     ● Riding Arena – 33,684 (+/-) sq. ft
● Main Level Clubhouse: 2,794 sq. ft     ● 2nd floor: 1,170 sq. ft

Road Frontage

● Pewitt Rd – 2,950ft     ● Boy Scout Rd – 5,500ft
● Taylor Cemetery Rd – 1,865ft     ● Pinewood (HWY 46) – 1,150ft & 310ft
● Hargrove Rd – 3,982ft     ● I-840 – >1 Mile of Frontage @ Pinewood Exit

Major Streams

● Copper Branch – 1.45 miles     ● White Oak Branch – 1.09 miles
● Arkansas Creek – 2.5 miles     ● Inman Branch – 1.64 miles
● Blowing Springs Branch – 3,600ft     ● Coleman Branch – 1,500ft
● Kelley Creek – 2.31 miles

Improvements

  • Clubhouse & Riding Arena – 42,500 (+/-) sq. ft
  • Riding Arena – 33,684 (+/-) sq. ft
  • Main Level Clubhouse: 2,794 sq. ft & 2nd floor: 1,170 sq. ft
  • Stable – 2,550 sq. ft
  • Airplane Hanger – 2,076 sq. ft
  • Shop Building – 2,880 sq. ft
  • West Horse Barn – 3,175 sq. ft
  • Fishing Lake – 4 (+/-) acres

Road Frontage

  • Pewitt Rd – 2,950ft
  • Boy Scout Rd 5,500ft
  • Taylor Cemetery Rd – 1,865ft
  • Pinewood (HWY 46) – 1,150ft & 310ft
  • Hargrove Rd – 3,982ft
  • I-840 – Over one mile of frontage @ Pinewood Exit.

Major Streams

  • Copper Branch – 1.45 miles
  • White Oak Branch – 1.09 miles
  • Kelley Creek – 2.31 miles
  • Arkansas Creek – 2.5 miles
  • Inman Branch – 1.64 miles
  • Blowing Springs Branch – 3,600ft
  • Coleman Branch – 1,500ft

Photo Gallery

Airstrip
Valley Crossing Zip Line
plane-landed
bridge
Stall
Waterfall
Fencing
aerial shot barn
Creek

Photo Gallery

TO REQUEST MORE DETAILS, EMAIL SIMMONSLANDCOMPANY@MAC.COM

TO REQUEST MORE DETAILS, EMAIL SIMMONSLANDCOMPANY@MAC.COM

TO REQUEST MORE DETAILS, EMAIL SIMMONSLANDCOMPANY@MAC.COM

Timber

The primary species of the timber are White Oak, Red Oak, Yellow Oak, Yellow Poplar, Ash, Hard, Maple, Hickory and mixed woods such as Elm, Hackberry, Sourwood and Beech. The saw timber on the property has not been harvested in over 25 years and there are other areas that are over 40 years old. In 2012, 1,867 acre of the property was cruised. In 2015, the inventory was between 4,500-7,500 BFT/AC. There is substantial value in not only the select harvesting of the timber, but also in the aesthetics of the old growth forest. It looks and feels just like a State Park.

Conservation Easement

There is a total of 156 acres which are under a Conservation Easement managed by the Tennessee Nature Conservancy, of which 32 acres, known as the Brown Tract, that is restricted from development, with the exception of the right to build one house. There is also an easement on an adjoining 124 acres, restricting it from all development.

For additional information regarding this property, email howard@bickrealestate.com.

Timber

The primary species of the timber are White Oak, Red Oak, Yellow Oak, Yellow Poplar, Ash, Hard, Maple, Hickory and mixed woods such as Elm, Hackberry, Sourwood and Beech. The saw timber on the property has not been harvested in over 25 years and there are other areas that are over 40 years old. In 2012, 1,867 acre of the property was cruised. In 2015, the inventory was between 4,500-7,500 BFT/AC. There is substantial value in not only the select harvesting of the timber, but also in the aesthetics of the old growth forest. It looks and feels just like a State Park.

Conservation Easement

There is a total of 156 acres which are under a Conservation Easement managed by the Tennessee Nature Conservancy, of which 32 acres, known as the Brown Tract, that is restricted from development, with the exception of the right to build one house. There is also an easement on an adjoining 124 acres, restricting it from all development.

For additional information regarding this property, email howard@bickrealestate.com.

Timber

The primary species of the timber are White Oak, Red Oak, Yellow Oak, Yellow Poplar, Ash, Hard, Maple, Hickory and mixed woods such as Elm, Hackberry, Sourwood and Beech. The saw timber on the property has not been harvested in over 25 years and there are other areas that are over 40 years old. In 2012, 1,867 acre of the property was cruised. In 2015, the inventory was between 4,500-7,500 BFT/AC. There is substantial value in not only the select harvesting of the timber, but also in the aesthetics of the old growth forest. It looks and feels just like a State Park.

Conservation Easement

There is a total of 156 acres which are under a Conservation Easement managed by the Tennessee Nature Conservancy, of which 32 acres, known as the Brown Tract, that is restricted from development, with the exception of the right to build one house. There is also an easement on an adjoining 124 acres, restricting it from all development.

For additional information regarding this property, email howard@bickrealestate.com.