LIVE WHERE YOU LOVE TO RIDE!

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Real Estate Agent - Tennessee Recreational Properties

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2010 

Everyone who comes to ride in Big South Fork National Park ends up at Charit Creek Hostel, one way or another. It's a memorable experience and, for some, will be the highlight of their trip. Living here, it's a ride I love to take visitors on because I know how much they will enjoy it…and, truth ...
Posted over 3 years ago
While there has been some controversy surrounding the re-population of black bears in the Big South Fork, there is none at all concerning the introduction of elk in Tennessee. Loss of habitat and over-exploitation by man resulted in the disappearance of elk from the eastern United States and they...
Posted over 3 years ago
It's hard to find this much acreage in the very desirable Spruce Creek equestrian community; passersby are always impressed with the four-board fencing that seems to go on forever at 917 Spruce Creek Drive! The owners of this exceptionally large parcel, almost fourteen acres, intended to protect ...
Posted over 3 years ago
Visitors to the Big South Fork National Park in Jamestown, Tennessee, traveling up State Highway 127 north, will feel the tug as they approach the Cumberland Country Store in Clarkrange. Heads turn and the car slows… Who can resist a "hole in the wall" country store, with its wagon wheels, milk c...
Posted over 3 years ago
The scenery in Big South Fork National Park is pretty spectacular and trail riders often see terrain features that take their breath away. I always carry a camera because I never know when I'll see something I want to show someone. Well, the first of these body parts made me laugh. The second one...
Posted over 3 years ago
Big South Fork, Tennessee is horse country and when you have horses, you have a seasonal struggle to keep algae at bay. It thrives in the heat of the summer and even when you scrub it away, it reappears days later. The key conditions for algae growth are nutrients, warmth and moisture. Warmth can...
Posted over 3 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 .