CENTER HILL LAKE TRACTS
These emerald waters encompass over 18,000 acres and span across 4 counties! The temperate climate provides visitors and residents with an all-season’s lake to enjoy year-round. The clean 415-mile pristine shoreline and the deep waters of this beautiful lake are the ideal habitat for many fish species and is a favorite of local fisherman. Whether it’s hiking local waterfalls or kayaking the Caney Fork River, something for everyone can be enjoyed on this fully recreational lake. Come join us for this exclusive and new to the market property release on Saturday, November 11th. Properties are shown by appointment and are sold first come first served with no pre-purchases allowed. With property values on the rise and the limited availability of property on this lake, this first initial public release will be your best opportunity to acquire lake property from only $29,900. Preview appointments are limited so call today to reserve your earliest showing for Saturday, November 11th.
Calm and glass like waters
Fully recreational lake and great for finding a small cove to catch a big one or floating down your kayak and enjoying nature. Center Hill Lake is in close proximity to major metropolitan areas and Interstate 40, which makes it an ideal lake for boating and skiing. With nine commercial marinas located around the lake and the numerous USACE access areas, boaters have easy access to the water and supplies.
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Peninsulas surrounded by Center Hill beautiful waters!
Boating in autumn on Center Hill Lake rewards boaters with a spectacular show of forest leaves turning bright fall colors. Scuba diving is allowed at Center Hill Lake. Divers must display a "Diver Down" flag in the area where they are diving. Boaters should be alert to the "Diver Down" flag and keep a safe distance away.
Subdividable Lake Properites
Be a part of our awesome lake development for less than it cost to develop it. Prices only valid Nov 11th.
Lakefront and ready to build
Enjoy the very best of Center Hill and all its amenities. Desirable location and easy to get to and from.
Spread out with this subdividable Lakefront
Larger tract in the area with enough space for multiple homesites!
Under 60mins to Nashville BNA airport
Panoramic Views and Center Hill Lake sunsets
Private and secluded yet easy access to and from
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE NEW LAND OWNERS
A wonderful day on November 11th, call for details and to see if any tracts are still available
Spend some time in the great outdoors of Nashville. Zipline through the trees, play a round of golf, go on a hike by the lake, or walk on a greenway. With every flavor on the food wheel, Nashville’s restaurants can serve up a variety of tastes or Immerse yourself in the Music Scene in Nashville when you attend a concert or show. Take a walk down Honky Tonk Highway. Nashville shops offer something for everyone: records by local musicians, rare musical instruments, vintage items, artisanal sweets and drinks, and items crafted by local makers and fashion designers. Find a local treasure to commemorate your trip to Music City at one of Nashville’s shopping districts including 12South, East Nashville, Hillsboro Village, Green Hills, and Downtown. Or take in a Tennessee Titans NFL game at Nissan Stadium.
Consider downtown Franklin’s main thoroughfare a must-see attraction. It has been designated a Great American Main Street and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. When you see all Franklin’s Main Street has to offer, you’ll understand its appeal. The heart of Franklin's 16-block historic district blends award-winning preservation efforts with dining, shopping, music, and local flair. Lined with trendy boutiques, home goods stores, art galleries and restaurants all housed in charming historic buildings dating back to 1799, Main Street has plenty to catch your eye, not to mention your appetite! Ride the vintage trolley and explore the sights at your own pace during this fascinating excursion with live narration. Make the most of cozy season in Franklin, recently named a "magical fall destination" by Southern Living.
Cookeville-Putnam County is “A Natural Fit” for you to create memories to be appreciated for a lifetime. From exploring our state and local parks to strolling our historic downtown districts, attending art and cultural events to world-renowned fitness training, Cookeville-Putnam County is where the adventurous come for a getaway and home of the 267 acre Tennessee Tech University. While Cookeville is a small southern town, the culinary scene is one to be compared to that of a large city. Dive into our local eateries to get your fix of “Tennessee’s Best Donut” at Ralph’s, or dine at Seven Senses where World Chef Challenge Winner Chad Combs cooks up delectable dishes. With 100+ restaurants varying from mom 'n' pop diners to posh cuisine, and everything in between, Cookeville is guaranteed to have a place for everyone.
Property is what we do!
Known for its waterfall hikes
Burgess Falls State Park is known for its sheer bluffs, narrow ridges, rolling water and abundant mixed forest. The park is home to over 300 species of trees, plants and an abundance of wildlife, including the white-faced grey squirrel. Visitors can enjoy the large Native Butterfly Garden, fish and hike the 1.5-mile round-trip loop to see four waterfalls on the Falling Water River, the tallest being 136 feet.
Cummins Falls State Park is an idyllic, but rugged, 211-acre day-use park located nine miles north of Cookeville on the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River on the Eastern Highland Rim. Located in the Cordell Hull Watershed, the area has been a scenic spot and swimming hole for local residents of Jackson and Putnam counties for more than 100 years. Cummins Falls is Tennessee’s eighth largest waterfall in both volume and height. It was also voted the 6th best swimming hole in the nation by Reader’s Choice Magazine.
Rock Island State Park is an 883 acre park located on the headwaters of Center Hill Lake at the confluence of the Caney Fork, Collins and Rocky Rivers. The rugged beauty of the park includes the Caney Fork Gorge below Great Falls Dam. These overlooks are some of the most scenic and significant along the Eastern Highland Rim. The must-sees for any visitor to Rock Island are the two giant waterfalls, the 30-foot Great Falls next to the historic Cotton Mill building and the 80-foot Twin Falls on the other side of the Caney Fork River, both of which will "wow" you from almost any vantage point.
Canoe the Caney
Come paddle the waterfall excursion on Center Hill Lake with Canoe the Caney! Some of the most beautiful trips along the “Upper” Caney Fork River & Center Hill Lake can be found here. Paddlers will enjoy either a 6-mile, 9-mile, or 12-mile round trip along the banks of Center Hill Lake. You can explore beautiful coves, waterfalls, and an abundance of wildlife and nature.
The waterfall excursion on Center Hill Lake is definitely one of the most popular upper Caney excursions (and often, the most difficult to plan)! The water level has to be just right for the canoes and kayaks to be able to paddle to the locations of the waterfalls. April, May, September, and October are the best times for waterfall excursions.
And there is another that begins at Johnson’s Chapel recreation area takes paddlers 6-miles upstream to the beautiful Fancher Falls waterfall on Center Hill Lake. or take the longer trip which allows paddlers to enjoy a 12-mile round trip paddle to the base of the popular Burgess Falls.
Use Your IRA/401K
Did you know that you can purchase land with your IRA? Through Midland IRA you can as easy as 1.2.3 and with no out of pocket costs!
Veterans Day Specials
When purchasing property from Southland we wish to show our military that we APPRECIATE you. Ask us how to apply your discount when purchasing with us.
Book Now and Save Big
We want all of our customers to get the best land buying experience there is. When you book a showing with us today, you can save up to $1,000 off your property purchase on sale day!
- How can I get more information?
The quickest way to get direct information is by calling us at 877-717-5263 or fill out the form above and a land specialist will reach out to you!
- How many properties can be purchased?
There is a 3 lot maximum purchase without prior approval, you can request more information above if needed.
- Can properties be purchased by phone?
Unfortunately Southland will only sell property to individuals that have personally inspected the property and are sure of their purchase.
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