Saulsbury Area, Tennessee 38067
| 11,250 Sq Ft
Ashwood Dr. & Candlewood Dr., Saulsbury Tennessee 38067
Hardeman County, Tennessee PARCEL ID: 169N B 6.00 / Lot 435
Type Of Property:Residential Land
Lot Size: 11,250 Sq Ft = 0.26 Acres
Water: Available at Lot (Tap-in Required)
Power:Available at Lot (Bolivar Electric Co.)
Sewer: Septic (Not-Installed)
Phone:Land Line Available and cellular
TV: Satellite (Direct TV or Dish)
Road access:Subdivision Maintained Road (Pinewood Dr.)
Located in Candlewood Lakes Gated Community. 101.89 ft of road frontage. Approximately 3 blocks from Candlewood Lake and Spring Lake is near. Slightly wooded lot.
– All lots need to have a septic system installed. Contact The Hardeman County Environment Department to have this done.
– Water is provided within the subdivision. For new construction homes.
– Electricity is provided by The Bolivar Electric Company.
– TV is available via satellite TV through either Direct TV® or Dish®.
Less than an hours drive from Memphis, fifteen minutes from the City of Bolivar, in Southwestern Tennessee, the gated community of Grand Valley Lakes is in development because many people are sick and tired of the city life. Why deal with problems like overpopulation, smog, bad sanitation and a host of other discomforts when Grand Valley Lakes offers all of the benefits of the city life without the trials and tribulations.
Candlewood Lakes is a charming, secluded place to build that vacation retreat or retirement home that you have always wanted, at the price you can afford. These lots are located in beautiful southwestern Tennessee, with those rich “rolling hills views” and small town hospitality.
Just some of the activities in Candlewood Lake include fishing, boating, and viewing the abundant wildlife in the community. Also, lush dogwood trees surround this area making it ideal for a nice vintage cabin. This community offers 4 lakes, swimming pool, basketball courts, kids play area and a club house with a kitchen.
Many of our lots are near Candlewood Lake, Old Hickory, Spring Lake, Crystal Lake, and Pond Lake. You can use your boat for free, and fishing is allowed. All of the lakes are kept stocked with various types of game fish.
The Hatchie River is only a few miles away. Because its the longest free-flowing tributary of the lower Mississippi, the River is the largest forested floodplain in the State of Tennessee. The Hatchie River has not been altered by humans, meaning the natural cycles of the seasons and floods created a very rich habitat that many species of animals are thriving in. Of course, Candlewood Lakes is miles away from this. The subdivision is not in the flood plain at all, and is a very safe distance from both safe from The Hatchies, as well as other Three Lakes flood cycles. These are simply wonderful places to have some great fun!
Candlewood Lake is a gated Subdivision