Hassler Road Tract 8, Signal Mountain, TN


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About Hassler Road Tract 8

The Shrubbery is a 100+ Acre, 8 Tract, Estate Development on Signal Mtn. located between Signal Mtn High School and the Prentiss Cooper State Forest. The Development straddles Hamilton and Sequatchie Counties (with some Tracts having portions in each) and is adjacent to the Tennessee River Gorge Trust and Cumberland Trail (a 300 mile trail along the Cumberland Plateau). Its location at the 'front of the mountain' advantages daily commutes and connection to community pursuits. Views from the Development extend over North Suck Creek and the Tennessee River Gorge. Accessible by trail from the Development are several popular local destinations such as: ''Mushroom Rock'' (1/2 mile) ''Edwards Point Overlook'' (2.8 miles), Signal Mtn Middle/High School (1.5 miles). The Estate Tracts (from 8 to 18 acres) are designed to incorporate the best uses of the natural features for aesthetic pleasure, peaceful outdoor enjoyment and space-buffered privacy. The Development is served by a private road, TN American Water, EPB Power and EPB Fiber. A variety of Build Sites exist on each Tract offering opportunities for basement or crawlspace foundation, views, privacy, creek frontage, directional aspect, recreational or equestrian activities, etc. Covenants and Restrictions (proposed, amended C&R's attached here) control set-backs and architectural features while Private Road Agreement (proposed, amended Agreement attached here) assures maintenance and appreciation of future values. Property Tax Values shown here are based on the parent-parcel and not the subdivided subject tract. There is currently no HOA and no HOA fees. Development Road will be topped with solid surface following substantial completion of improvements on the tracts. Tracts will be conveyed by metes and bounds description to appear in the deed of conveyance and not by plat. Seller makes no warranty or representation as to the eligibility of any tract to qualify for any specific county school system; Buyer to verify. Seller has no 'perc' or soil survey information on this tract; Buyer to verify. TRACT 8 is a 7.91 acre, surveyed lot. The tract occurs in Hamilton and Sequatchie Counties with the preferred build site anticipated to be in Hamilton County; Buyer to verify. It has 1700+/- ft frontage on the development road which access different geographic levels of the tract and a variety of uses throughout. TRACT 8 has level topography at the top (enabling a near-grade-level approach to a preferred build site) and moderate to steep slopes descending with the road to the "T-Intersection" below. Scenic mountain views extend to the Tennessee River Gorge from the build site atop a prominent shoulder-ridge and brow. It is well suited for a 'mountain top' residence with views off three sides enhancing outdoor and recreational pursuits (e.g., outbuilding, workshop, outdoor kitchen, recreation area, etc). An old timber trail follows the east boundary line along a seasonal creek. Sunlight brightens the hardwoods on the south-facing escarpment and invites sunset views to the west from a well-placed rear porch or patio. A footpath easement (10 ft wide) along the southern boundary line of TRACT 6 provides access for owners in the Development to the Cumberland Trail.

Features of Hassler Road Tract 8

MLS® # 1373245
Price $440,000
Acres 7.91
Type Land
Sub-Type Residential
Status Active

Community Information

Address Hassler Road Tract 8
Subdivision None
City Signal Mountain
County Hamilton
State TN
Zip Code 37377


Utilities Cable, Electric, Telephone, Water
Features None
Is Waterfront No


Lot Description Brow Lot, Rural, Scenic View, Sloping, Stream/Creek, Subdivision, Wooded

School Information

Elementary Nolan Elementary
Middle Signal Mountain Middle
High Signal Mtn

Additional Information

Zoning R-1 Single-Family Residential District
Short Sale No

Listing Details

OfficeRE/MAX Renaissance Realtors

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