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About Hickman County

Hickman County covers an area of about 1588 square miles of beautiful land containing both rural and urban settings. The county was founded in 1807 and named after Edwin Hickman, an explorer and surveyor. View Hickman County Horse Farms For Sale

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Photo of Listing #2266515
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Plott Ln, Lyles

$47,000

MLS® # 2266515

Parker Peery Properties
Photo of Listing #2267221
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4727 Highway 100, Lyles

$5,900,000 - 162 Acres

MLS® # 2267221

ResultsMLS.com
Photo of Listing #2282978
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Hwy. 230, MC EWEN

$7,035,000 - 2,011 Acres

MLS® # 2282978

RE/MAX Real Estate Center
Photo of Listing #2290075
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Hwy 230, Nunnelly

$299,000

MLS® # 2290075

McEwen Group
Photo of Listing #2299058
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5723 Highway 100, Lyles

$899,900 - 9 Acres

MLS® # 2299058

Brentview Realty Company
Photo of Listing #2309025
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E Beaverdam Rd E, PLEASANTVILLE

$199,900

MLS® # 2309025

Realty of America
Photo of Listing #2309767
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1300 Tottys Bend Rd, Duck River

$1,000,000 - 77 Acres

MLS® # 2309767

EXP Realty
Photo of Listing #2311438
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Oak Springs Rd., Nunnelly

$45,000 - 1 Acres

MLS® # 2311438

Exit Realty of the South
Photo of Listing #2311439
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Oak Springs Rd., Nunnelly

$45,000 - 1 Acres

MLS® # 2311439

Exit Realty of the South
Photo of Listing #2312531
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Greer Rd, Lyles

$159,000 - 20 Acres

MLS® # 2312531

Signature Realty, LLC
Photo of Listing #2304860
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Oak Hill Rd, Lyles

$70,000 - 5 Acres

MLS® # 2304860

Keller Williams Realty
Photo of Listing #2291461
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2 Highway 230, Lyles

$279,000 - 20 Acres

MLS® # 2291461

K & G Realty, LLC

Hickman County, TN Real Estate

Hickman County’s natural beauty influences it’s natural, peaceful lifestyle. With the Duck and Piney Rivers, and many creeks, large and small, running through the county, it speaks to those who love the outdoors. Hickman offers pristine lots and acreages, many with creeks and waterfront, perfect for building your dream home, horse or cattle farm. 

With Nashville just over an hour away, it’s close enough to urban amenities, but with an idyllic, quiet setting. Residents can enjoy a wide array of outdoor activities, but with community events and rich cultural traditions. Hickman County’s cost of living is 14.3% lower than the national average. View Hickman County Farm Real Estate

 

Hickman County’s Rich History

Hickman County’s history began before Tennessee even achieved statehood. Hickman and the Duck River Valley was originally claimed by the Chickasaw people of Western Tennessee and Northern Mississippi.

 In April 1791, Edwin Hickman, a North Carolina explorer, led a surveying party into the area. One morning, at a small creek on the north side of Duck River near what is the presently Centreville, Indians fired on the party, killing Hickman.  

Among the area’s first white settlers was John Gordon, the famous “Captain of the Spies” who later fought at H Pensacola under Andrew Jackson. In partnership with Chief William “’Choosehmataha” Colbert,  he then operated a ferry and Indian trading post for settlers travelling along the Natchez Trace, a war path later made into a federal road for settlers moving from Tennessee into the lower Mississippi Territory.

The Chickasaw later ceded the land to Tennessee in 1805. When Hickman County was established in 1807, it was named after Hickman at the suggestion of Robert Weakly, a legislator and member of Hickman’s party.

The original county was vast, extending South all the way to the Alabama state line. It was later reduced through the formation of the Wayne, Lawrence, Perry and Lewis counties. Even so, Hickman County is still the eighth-largest county in the state.

As with many central Tennessee counties, in the 19th Century, Hickman County industry revolved around iron furnaces and it’s natural supply of high-quality iron ore. It eventually diversified to include agriculture and timbering.

Today, local industry is thriving, including manufacturers of packaging materials, metal buttons, men’s pants and various wood products, structural steel and piles.

Fun fact: Hickman County is the subject of the Johnny Cash song "Saturday Night In Hickman County", and the Hickman community of Grinder's Switch is indirectly mentioned in the song.

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Listing information last updated on December 2nd, 2021 at 4:09pm CST.