This 116 +/- acre farm in Columbia, Tennessee is situated in the countryside one mile from Highway 31 and just a few miles from the downtown square. The old home place and landscape features tell you this is an old farm with an interesting story. The topography can best be described as a broad hollow, forming an oblong ridge that surrounds three sides of the property with hillsides transitioning from light to moderate slope. At the back of the hollow, a spring branch emerges from the base where it flows into and out of a small pond before flowing the length of the property. The landscape features several fields of all sizes, each hidden among a cedar and hardwood mixture with some impressive, mature timber in places. This is a great farm for hunters who like mixed ground, diverse looks, and a terrain layout that feels like nobody is going to encroach upon your wildlife. The location of this farm also makes it an ideal home for a primary residence with electricity and water available up to or near several great home sites that would surely provide a family privacy and recreation within a traditional farm setting carried by a staple, Tennessee vibe.