Buying a Home with an Acre or More in Clarksville TN
Home buyers tend to like a little land because afterall, it is Tennessee. Our Clarksville TN land is gently rolling and an acre of land can offer space, privacy and a place to spread out and have a garden.
Check out Homes for Sale with an acre or more.
If the buyer has lots of pets this can be a perfect solution to give them a place to romp and play. Don't forget it can also give you space or a swimming pool. Homes with land are in high demand and go fast when they hit the market. They are not always out in the country because some homes are on a nice piece of land are in the city limits.
All of Clarksville and Montgomery County are under one school system, Clarksville Montgomery County School System. If you live a distance from the schools then bus transportation will be available.
Homeowners in the county are protected by the Montgomery County Sheriff's Department and Fire Rescue. If you are in the city limits, Clarksville Police and Fire Departments respond and will protect you.
Many times there is city water service in the county and sometimes even sewer service. If sewer isn't available then there must be enough room on the land and suitable soil for a septic system.
If you are buying in the city you will likely have subdivision restrictions in addition to city zoning requirements. to follow in regard to raising horses, cows or swine. Your neighbors may be fine with it but county regulations may not.
When buying a home for the land make sure you do your due diligence before closing. These are the areas you should to check out in Clarksville TN.
- Know where the property boundaries are and don't necessarily take the word of the owner. A professional survey can be smart to have.
- Easements and restrictions may apply to properties especially if they are in a subdivided area.
- Verify your water source (water quality) and your sewage disposal options. Get these inspected.
- Insurance coverage in the county is more expensive because fire protection is serviced by volunteers. Get some quotes.
- Green Belt properties get government property tax savings that may be subject to recapture if the property isn't retained as a protected farm or woodland into the future. Check with the state and county tax authorities.
- Check to see if there are easements or land leases that will pass with the title.
- Zoning can affect the way you want to use your property. Make certain you are satisfied with the zoning or that you can change it to suit your needs. Remember your pastoral view can change with development expansions and neighbors building what they think is their dream home.
To search for a home with an acre or more, contact your Clarksville Tennessee Real Estate Agent, Debbie Reynolds to begin your home search. 931-320-6730
2130 Wilma Rudolph Blvd.
Clarksville, TN 37040
it would be my pleasure to assist you!
"The Real Debbie Reynolds"
931-771-9070 Office | 931-320-6730 Cell