Devil Rock Farm rivals any State Park in Tennessee. Features include a two mile bluff, two 10+ acres professionally stocked spring fed lakes, four 1/2 to 2 acre stocked spring fed ponds, 120ft year-round waterfall, numerous creeks, 10+ springs originate on the property, plantation pines, mature harvestable hardwoods, barns, homes, Devil Rock for exploration, a trail system that spans 22 miles and 20 years of land stewardship make this property one of the most unique properties on the Cumberland Plateau. Devil Rock Farm sits on the western wall of the Sequatchie Valley. Elevations on the farm reach heights just over 2000ft that provide breathtaking views for miles of the valley and the Western Wall known as Walden Ridge. A legacy farm with an array of activities to enjoy, all with intrinsic differences. Not many farms can boast the features listed above all in one contiguous tract. Target wildlife species are in abundance and the deer herd has been properly maintained by the owners and the farm manager, Bobby Worthington. Bobby is a North American Whitetail author and world champion archer. Bobby has maintained the farm for 28 years and would welcome the opportunity to continue his duties. The lakes, stocked by the state 20 years ago, produce eight to ten pound bass and one of the smaller ponds has been stocked with catfish. Greenfields and food plots are strategically placed throughout the lower lying areas and in the midst of the hardwoods on the ridgetop. Owner planted 2000 sawtooth oaks on the field perimeters that produce massive amounts of acorns and five miles of heavy cover on the field perimeters. Being located on the Cumberland Plateau the property provides four distinctively beautiful seasons. Colorful springs, as evidenced in the pictures, warm summers, crisp autumns and mild winters. The 2000ft elevation allows for more comfortable temperatures and much lower humidity. This is a self sufficient property in uncertain times. The main ranch style home is located at the end of a dead end providing end of road privacy. Both barns have electricity, one has a well, and both sit unseen from the road. The property has two other access points as well. With the stunning views, recreation and conservation easement possibilities I sure hope this property goes to a buyer with conservation-minded philosophies. Pikeville is a short drive for necessities and Nashville is a little over two hours, Chattanooga is one hour and fifteen minutes and Knoxville one hour and forty five minutes. Short helicopter ride from Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga with plenty of landing areas. Property has a landing strip that has been claimed by young timber but could easily be reclaimed.