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A Parsons, Tennessee Floating Home for Sale
64 Barnett Cove, Parsons, Tennessee 38363
Rural Parsons is in western Tennessee, about 90 minutes southwest of Nashville, and is the site of this attractive single family waterfront home. It has two bedrooms, one bath, 920 square feet and was built in 2003. It actually floats on the Pikes Peak Branch of the Tennessee River across from the Perryville Marina (and is one of a couple dozen floating homes here). The asking price is $175,000.
The exterior is gray vinyl with a red roof and white trim around the windows. A boardwalk with railings extends about 15 feet from the shore to the home.
Inside, the property has gray/brown vinyl plank flooring, gray walls, white trim, a shiny brown ceiling and lots of large windows with water views. The open kitchen boasts white cabinets and black appliances. Both bedrooms have water-facing windows. The bath is gray with a walk-in shower.
A nice deck at the back of the house sits over the river and boasts sweeping views of water and wooded hills. There is also a covered area perfect for storage or as an eating area. The home is being sold furnished and has heat and air conditioning.
Back on shore, there is a deck and a covered parking space.
There is no HOA fee.
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Parsons (population 2,600) is a safe, low key country town about half way between Memphis and Nashville in western Tennessee. It sits along the Tennesse River and mostly started out as a Tennessee Midland Railroad town in the late-1800s.
Today, the downtown has a wide main street with government buildings, fast food places, motels, shops and some excellent catfish restaurants.
The Parsons and Greater Area museum chronicles early life in western Tennessee. City Park has tennis courts, and plans for a larger park with more amenities are underway. The Rivertime Players are the local community theater group and present a variety of shows.
Note: On the above map, the home is the one with the red roof at the north end of the row of homes. It might be necessary to view the larger version of the map on Google to see the property.
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