Amazing 150 Acre Prepper Land for Sale in the Cumberland Plateau

Safely nestled deep in the Appalachian foothills of South Central Kentucky, on the edge of the Cumberland Plateau, surrounded by 707,000 acres of virgin woodlands in the Daniel Boone National forest, and bordered by the unpolluted, crystal clear waters in the Little South Fork of the Cumberland River,
Lies Earthheart Mountain.

An off-grid 150 acre refuge of abundance, security, and self-sustainability. Welcome Home.

HISTORY
-Kentucky; from the Wyandot Indian word “Kah-ten-tah-te” meaning “Land of Tomorrow”.
-Situated along the forks of the Cumberland River, known as Te-eache or “The Blue Flute waters”.
-These are the ancient Sacred Hunting grounds of the Cherokee, Shawnee, Creek, and Iroquois, who lived off the land in this area for hundreds, perhaps thousands of years, and the ancestral lands of the mighty Chickamauga Cherokee Thunderbolts.
-Former territory of Chief Doublehead, Chief Redbird, Princess Cornblossom & Standing Fern, the most feared Cherokee Warriors to ever live, and the last of their kind.

GEOGRAPHIC HIGHLIGHTS
-36.671584, -84.765212
-8 Miles N of the Tennessee Border
-100 Miles NW of Knoxville, TN
-275 Miles NW of Atlanta, GA
-Within the highly sought after “Redoubt of the East” Survival Zone
-In one of the top 5 best hunting, fishing and recreational investment areas in the US
-1000 –1700 feet above sea level
-Certified “Dark Sky Viewing” location

SURROUNDING FEATURES
-Borders the Daniel Boone National Forest
-8 miles north of Picket State Park
-Feeds into to the 688 mile long Cumberland River
-Rests on one of the largest concentrations of cave systems in the world
-Borders the 131 mile long, 20 mile wide Cumberland Mountain Range

AVERAGE CLIMATE PER YEAR
-Rainfall – 50″
-Snowfall – 15.1″
-Precipitation – 156 days
-Sunny days – 195
-Average high – 87
-Average low – 24.9
-4 Seasons
-Relative humidity – 41% – 98%
-Wind speed – calm to moderate mostly from the south

PROPERTY FEATURES

-50 Acres of cleared pasture and farmland
-100 acres of virgin woodlands
-Naturally protected by riverfront and national forest
-Endless hiking and recreational vehicle trails
Well Maintained roads with county bridge easement
-Prime hunting grounds
-Diverse flaura and Fauna
-Unique biodiversified microclimate
-Long growing season
-Dozens of natural springs
-Seasonal Waterfalls
-Cavern Bearing Karst Landscapes
-Cave entrances
-Over a quarter mile of riverfront
-Mountain ridge with monolith sandstone summit & rock shelters
-5 electric poles
-High capacity septic tank
-On site well
-1 acre pre-developed garden site
-Pre-planted Vineyard
-Fruit & Nut Bearing Trees
-1500 sq. ft. barn with woodshop & storage sheds
-Four 250 sq. ft. rustic outbuildings
-Friendly, like minded neighbors

RESOURCES

WILDLIFE
-Deer, elk, quail, waterfowl, pheasant, wild turkey, black bears, rabbits, grouse, red fox, gray fox, wolves, river otters, beavers, bald eagles, hawks, pumas, cave shrimp, wild hogs, raccoons, bobcats

FISH
-Bass, trout, pike, sunfish, crayfish, mussels, cave shrimp

NATIVE TREES
-Cedar, jack pine, white pine, hemlock, black walnut, elm, ash, oak, maple, birch, hickory, beech, holly, black gum, sweet gum, tulip poplar and a variety of fruit trees

NATURAL FUEL DEPOSITS
-Oil, Natural Gas, Coal, Shale

MINERAL DEPOSITS
-Agate, garnet, quartz, mica, serpentine, perovskites, flint, fossils, geodes, fluorite, freshwater pearls

INDIGENOUS PLANTS
-Blackberries, dandelions, mint, echinacea, ginseng, ginkgo, goldenseal, honeysuckle, mandrake, apricot, sage, spearmint, violet, turnip, ginger, sassafras, Apple, mandrake, black walnut, Indian tobacco, marijuana, catnip, ephedra

PRIME CROP POTENTIAL
-corn, alfalfa, tobacco, soybeans, wheat, clover, rye, oats, tree nuts, fruit trees, pecan, blackberry, blueberry, cranberry, almond, arabica coffee, apricot, peach, raspberry, fig, grape

PRIME PRODUCE POTENTIAL
-Beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, carrots, celery, corn, cauliflower, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, radish, spinach, summer squash, peas, parsnip, garlic, okra, melon, lettuce, leaks, kale, eggplant, onions, peppers, sweet potato, Swiss chard, watermelon, radishes, beans, asparagus

RENEWABLE ENERGY POTENTIAL
-Solar, Wind, Hydroelectic

DEED INCLUSIONS
-Full mineral, natural fuel and timber rights
County bridge and private land easements

ASKING PRICE
$599.000

Act now. Time is limited. Schedule a tour today.
Claim you right to a sovereign existence
Eartheart Mountain – Welcome home.

email: donovanjdeboer@gmail.com
or call: 1 (828)-242-8449

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