Glascock Auctioning 5 Lots At Mullins Cove Owned By Same Family Over 50 Years

Friday, October 6, 2017

The Henry Glascock Company is auctioning five lots on the Tennessee River that have been owned by the same family for over 50 years.

The Mullins Cove, Tennessee River Gorge property includes four buildable lake lots.
 
Henry Glascock said, "The property has been meticulously managed and maintained by the present owner who has concluded that the time has come for others to enjoy this private river gorge paradise. The lots are oriented to the west, creating incredibly beautiful sunsets over tranquil Mullins Cove and the surrounding Cumberland Plateau.
 
"Pride in ownership is abundant in the extended neighborhood and TVA owns adjoining land to the south. Additionally, the owner will retain property within the development and across Mullins Cove Road which will insure protection against future nuisance uses.

"The entire shoreline has been stabilized with an extensive stone barrier and a boat ramp is located on Lot 1. For privacy with protected Nickajack Reservoir riverfront beauty, these lots are unparalleled."
 
Lots 1 - 4 range in size from 1.18 +/- Acres to 2.29 +/- Acres.
Lot 1 has a boat ramp.
Lot 5 has a small cabin already on it.
 
Call Henry Glascock for additional information or for an inspection at 423-991-7221 

CLICK HERE to view, print or download the complete Property Information Package that contains additional details and Auction Terms & Conditions
CLICK HERE for Marion County Zoning Regs
CLICK HERE for Lots 1 - 4 Survey
CLICK HERE for Lot 5 Survey

There is a 10 percent Buyer's Premium.

Tennessee Firm Lic# 4513
Karl Sodergren Auctioneer TNAL# 6300


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