Today I visited a property located on Brown’s Hollow just beyond beautiful Grundy Lakes State Park on the Cumberland Plateau.
I had been searching the web in earnest for a couple of months for an investment property in Tennessee, preferably near Chattanooga because of the natural beauty of that area. I had found only opportunities in Western Tennessee where the land is flat and less interesting. Suddenly, this 750 acre tract appeared and I made the trek from Louisville, KY to see it the next day.
My first impression was that there is much work to be done to make this an attractive place to live. Portions of the property had been logged. But moving deeper into the pristine forest, I found stunningly beautiful views from steep, craggy bluffs. I felt a pull deep inside that said this is the place.