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Lot 1 Tbd Mccracken Dr
Johnson City, TN 37615

FOR SALE
Price: $1,500,000  List Date: 2021-01-07  DOM:  286
City Tax: $0 County Tax: $3,223

Lot Size: 30.00 acre(s)Lot Dimensions: +/-30 acresRoad Frontage: 413ftLand Type: Farm, See Remarks Permitted: Horses, Livestock, Poultry, Site Built Only 
Water & Sewage: At Road, Public, See RemarksUtilities Available: Electricity Available, See Remarks

Description

+/-30 acres to use privately or to develop with +/-762' of lake frontage at normal summer pool levels and over 400' frontage on McCracken. The lakefront has +/-342' of sea wall and a Dock that measures +/-47' X +/-30'-6 and access to public water & electricity. Barn is included in this listing. Boone Lake reportedly to be at normal levels by spring 2022, so best time to buy is NOW!! Lakefront property largely hidden from the road with big pastoral, Boone Lake, & mountain range views. Across the cove from Lake Harbor and adjoining the city limits at the center of the creek but enjoy low county taxes. Location is 5 minutes from growing Boones Creek Road @ I26 intersection. Ultra convenience and access! Final survey to control actual acreage. Drone video of property may show acreage not included in this listing and a home that is privately owned and not included in this listing.

Community Information

Geographical
County: Washington
Subdivision: Not In Subdivision
Zoning: A-1
School System
Boones Creek Elementary
Boones Creek Middle
Daniel Boone High

Interior

Exterior

Photos

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Listing by Crye-leike Realtors
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