LIVE WHERE YOU LOVE TO RIDE!

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Real Estate Agent - Tennessee Recreational Properties

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2010 

There is a specie of wild magnolia in this particular part of Tennessee that you won't see in most of the state. Preferring shade, it's most often spotted deep in the woods in Big South Fork National Park, up here on the Cumberland Plateau. It likes moist conditions and, since there's usually a c...
Posted almost 4 years ago
The countryside is full of cabins but where will you find a lovely, spacious home with all of the conveniences and comfort you could wish for, and a four-stall barn with all of the amenities that you and your horses would appreciate? Right here! Twin Parks Village is a small quiet subdivision wit...
Posted almost 4 years ago
I just had four trees cut down; three that were dead and one that was alive and well, but located in an inconvenient place. The trunks were cut into sections and a load of hardwood hauled away. The sawyer spotted my "burn pile" and asked if he could just add the leftover branches to it and, while...
Posted almost 4 years ago
Horse transport sure has changed since the days when a two-horse trailer was pulled behind a pickup truck! Gooseneck trailers found favor in the early 90's because riders could put a mattress up in the neck and sleep in the tack compartment, and those who were handy could actually retrofit the ta...
Posted almost 4 years ago
Here's a cute cabin tucked into the woods, not visible from the road. It's right on the horse trail in the very desirable Spruce Creek equestrian community and is only a few minute's ride to the Cumberland Trailhead into Big South Fork National Park, where you can ride for hours or even days! Sit...
Posted almost 4 years ago
Or….more accurately, you DIDN'T see it, and then you DID! I'm talking about cabins that spring up here seemingly overnight. Big South Fork National Park in Jamestown, Tennessee is horse country and many people bought land years ago, thinking that they would enjoy horse camping in the short term a...
Posted almost 4 years ago
Given the population density of Spruce Creek Acres, an equestrian community abutting Big South Fork National Park at its western entrance, it is amazing that the development offers city water and underground utilities. The availability of public water is one of the critical pieces of infrastructu...
Posted almost 4 years ago
I live in Spruce Creek, an equestrian community that abuts Big South Fork National Park in Jamestown, Tennessee. It's the oldest of the equestrian communities in this area and, being the first, it's alot like the canary in the coal mine because later developers could learn what worked and what di...
Posted almost 4 years ago
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Leslie Helm

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I live minutes from the Cumberland Trailhead into Big South Fork National Park, in Spruce Creek Acres, an equestrian community that abuts the park itself. Horses are a major part of daily life here and this is a very active, supportive horse-oriented community. It is a gift to work as a realtor here, listing horse properties and selling horse properties to horse people! We joke that I've probably done more real estate on horseback than off! If you want to "live where you love to ride," let me help you find YOUR Big South Fork horse property .