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Dover, Tennessee Secluded Riverside Home for Sale
452 Mallard Dr., Dover, Tennessee 37058
Dover is tucked along the Cumberland River in northwestern Tennessee and is the locale of this sunny, secluded single family riverside home for sale. It has two bedrooms, one bath, 952 square feet and was built in 1978. The asking price is $202,000.
The exterior is pale yellow with a blue roof and a large wraparound wooden deck. A garage is beneath the home, and the surrounding land is wooded.
Inside, the new flooring is brown/gray vinyl planking; the walls are white/gray with some beadboarding, and the ceiling is white. A large brick fireplace is along one wall, and windows all around offer views of woods and water.
The kitchen has brown/gray speckled granite countertops, white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Both bedrooms have a window and a ceiling fan. The bath has a white theme with a custom walk-in shower.
The unfinished basement is attached to the garage and perfect for a workspace or storage. The home has central air conditioning and heating.
There is no HOA fee.
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Tucked along the slow moving Cumberland River in northwestern Tennessee, Dover (population 1,500) is about an hour outside of Nashville. It is the Stewart County seat.
A few historic buildings, including the red brick county courthouse, anchor the downtown, which is well-kept if a little non-descript. Neighborhoods are rural and wooded, primarily peppered with ranch ramblers.
Tourists wander into town because Fort Donelson, the site of a major Civil War battle, is just outside of town, as are the 8,200-acre Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge and the sprawling Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Paris Landing State Park is perfect for swimming, fishing, boating or playing a round of golf.
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