As summer’s end nears, fall is fast approaching, with an almost breath-taking transition in nature of green trees and sweet-smelling flowers to a colorful array of red and orange foliage. Being able to take in mesmerizing views of this change in nature is just one of the many simple pleasures that come along with being in the south – and Cumberland County is the place where you can enjoy such simple pleasures.
Cumberland County is not only a home for many natural attractions, being located on Cumberland Plateau (said to be the largest timbered plateaus in America), but is also known as the Golf Capitol of Tennessee with well over 90 holes to golf in the area. Of course, if golf isn’t your cup of tea, there are plenty of other outdoor activities at your fingertips, such as hiking and swimming, so that you can enjoy those lovely fall views. A few areas to enjoy the natural beauty that Cumberland County has to offer include Cumberland Mountain State park, where you activities such as hiking, boating, fishing, camping, swimming and golfing are offered, and the Catoosa Wildlife Management Area.
Some economic perks of being in Tennessee is that there is no state income tax, low property taxes and club dues, and, if you’re in the market, reasonable home prices. If that wasn’t enough to spark your interests, Cumberland County is also just a short drive from three major metropolitan cities; Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Nashville.
Cumberland County is an excellent area to invest in property. The county itself has loads of natural beauty, great economic benefits, and the best weather conditions the south has to offer. With benefits like these, it’s hard not to fall in love with the land, so why not make a Cumberland County property your new fall investment?