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Mark Driver

Land Professional licensed in Tennessee and based out of our Knoxville, TN Office.

Contact Mark:

Cell: 731-967-2219

Office: 855-384-5263

Fax: 864-331-1610

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Mark Driver joined National Land Realty in 2018. Mark was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, and has spent over two decades in service-oriented professions. He has also been a self-employed taxidermist for 20+ years. Mark received his bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology from the University of Tennessee and his associate degree in medical lab technology from Jackson State Community College. He is active in multiple ministries and is a member of the Buckventures Pro-Staff. 

In his spare time, Mark enjoys hunting, motorsports, ministry work and spending time in the great outdoors. Mark and his wife, Antoniette, have a son named Wyatt. They currently live in Scotts Hill, TN.

Mark's Listings:

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Tennessee River Hunting Property  - Decatur County TN

Tennessee River Hunting Property

Decatur County, TN
61.6 +/- Acres ($1,201/acre)
$74,000

This 61+/- acres is teeming with wildlife, including a thriving deer and turkey population. The entire property is in timber, which was select cut approximately 15 years ago. This tract also features a potential building site on top of the main ridge, which already has a large open area. It is a very short distance from the Tennessee River, and boasts approximately .6 miles of road frontage on 2 black top roads. Priced to move! 

Lexington Timber Investment/Hunting  - Henderson County TN

Lexington Timber Investment/Hunting

   

Henderson County, TN
72.93 +/- Acres

Great timber and/or hunting tract located just outside of Lexington city limits. According to a recent timber survey done, this tract appears to have not been logged for perhaps 75-85 years, contains a wide variety, and various age classes, of mixed hardwood, along with mature healthy pine. This variety of marketable timber creates not only an investment opportunity, but also produces prime wildlife habitat, and therefore a potentially great hunting tract. 

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