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THE BIGGEST REAL ESTATE EVENT IN THE NATION
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0.5 Acres  - Clifton, TN
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LandWatch data records $13 billion of land parcels for sale in Tennessee. With tens of thousands of properties and rural land for sale in the state, LandWatch includes a total of 581,204 acres of land for sale in the state. The average price of land listings and ranches for sale in Tennessee is $362,839. Tennessee's main agricultural commodities are soybeans, cattle products, broiler chickens, and corn. The state has also been ranked among the ten best states for retirement by the financial publication, Kiplinger. In terms of its size, Tennessee is the country's 36th-largest state, covering 42,146 square miles (27 million acres). Wildlife species to be found on land for sale in Tennessee include whitetail deer, turkey, hog, dove, ducks, bear, and quail. Fishermen can enjoy casting for bass, catfish, walleye, trout, and pike.

The Volunteer State is home to 29 major reservoirs and 19,000 miles of warm- and cold-water streams, where anglers can wet a line for over 300 species of fish including crappie, bass, trout, and catfish. Big-game species in Tennessee include bear, deer, red deer, turkey, and elk.
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Tennessee is the 17th most populated state in the U.S., and is 36th in size at 42,146 square miles. It is nicknamed "The Volunteer State," a nickname that started during the War of 1812, due to the large number of volunteer soldiers from Tennessee who enlisted. It borders Kentucky and Virginia to the north, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi to the south, Arkansas and Missouri to the west, and North Carolina to the east. The largest city is Memphis, with Nashville, the capital, being the second largest.

The eastern part of Tennessee is dominated by the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River forms the western border of the state. One of the natural highlights is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most visited national park in the country. There are a number of other national parks, so outdoor activities of all sorts are in abundance. Some additional notable parks are the Andrew Johnson National Historic site, Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, and the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, which spans several neighboring states. There are a number of other tourist attractions throughout the state, such as Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, and Elvis Presley's Graceland home and tomb in Memphis, which is also the origin of blues music. Much of the state has a humid, subtropical climate, with the exception of some of the higher elevations in the Appalachians. Generally, Tennessee has hot summers and mild or cool winters with a large amount of precipitation throughout the year.

Major industries include agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism. The top agricultural products are poultry, soybeans, and cattle, and primary manufacturing exports are chemicals, transportation equipment, and electrical equipment. Tennessee is a leading producer of tobacco. Other products include textiles, furniture, leather goods, lumber, primary metals, and metal products.