Maury County Horse Farm Properties

Maury County

About Maury County

Maury County was formed in 1807 and named after a member of the Tennessee state senate, Abram Maury Sr. The county contains good agricultural soil that has helped to encourage a thriving farm community. View Maury County Horse Farm Real Estate

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123 Properties Found. Page 1 of 11.
Photo of Listing #2286745

5239 Leipers Creek Rd, Santa Fe


MLS® # 2286745

McEwen Group
Photo of Listing #2282755
New Listing

1754 Hampshire Pike, Columbia


MLS® # 2282755

Keller Williams Realty
Photo of Listing #2304661
New Listing

3008 Luke Moser Rd, Columbia


MLS® # 2304661

The Realty Association
Photo of Listing #2294996
New Listing

3367 Booker Ridge Rd, Mount Pleasant


MLS® # 2294996

Whitetail Properties Real Estate, LLC
Photo of Listing #2288100

4273 Algie Sewell Rd, Columbia


MLS® # 2288100

Benchmark Realty, LLC
Photo of Listing #2284946

4011 Skelley Rd, Santa Fe


MLS® # 2284946

United Country Real Estate Leipers Fork
Photo of Listing #2293779

903 Beechcroft Rd, Spring Hill


MLS® # 2293779

Photo of Listing #2297760

2105 Bear Creek Pike, Columbia


MLS® # 2297760

McEwen Group
Photo of Listing #2291017

2769 Brown Hollow Rd, Columbia


MLS® # 2291017

United Country - Columbia Realty & Auction
Photo of Listing #2302889

Main S, Mount Pleasant

$2,176,000 - 136 Acres

MLS® # 2302889

Parks Auction and Land Division
Photo of Listing #2289148
New Listing

1731 Nashville Hwy, Columbia


MLS® # 2289148

United Country - Columbia Realty & Auction
Photo of Listing #2280695

1201 Harris Rd, Columbia


MLS® # 2280695

Reliant Realty ERA Powered

Maury County, TN Real Estate

Maury County is a beautiful, historical area in Central Tennessee, South of Nashville. It features charming towns, friendly residents, and a thriving agriculture, tourism and recreation sector.

Maury County offers diverse properties for various uses, from established rural farm facilities, to undeveloped land, to acreages in established subdivisions, and commercial use lots. View Maury County Horse Farm Real Estate.

Maury County is ranked “one of the best places to live” by, and Southern Living ranked Columbia as one of the top 10 small towns in the South in 2019.


Things To Do In Maury County

Maury County offers a little bit of something to appeal to everyone.

With over 240 acres of natural recreational area, county residents enjoy outdoor activities including biking, hiking, caving, golf, hunting and fishing. One highlight is Stillhouse Lake Falls, a 90-acre state natural area.

Beautiful, historical downtown Columbia offers unique boutique shopping, local dining options, Farmer’s Market, and Riverwalk Park.

The Natchez Trace Wine Trail features 3 separate wineries

Historical sites include:

  • Ancestral Home of James K Polk, 11th US President
  • Ripavilla Plantation
  • Columbia Althaneum
  • Civil War Reenactments at Elm Springs and Spring Hill

Popular local festivals:

  • Mule Day in Columbia
  • Thunder Over Maury in Mount Pleasant
  • Whole Ham Festival in Spring Hill

Maury County History

Maury County was established in 1807, from a combination of land from Williamson County, and Indian lands. The rich soil attracted early settlers, who planted commodity crops like cotton, tobacco and hemp.

One notable plantation was the Polk family plantations at Ashwood, famous for their array of agricultural products. The Columbia ancestral home of the 11th US President, James K. Polk, remains a national historical site and museum.

For decades during the Antebellum years, the county was the richest in the state, based on its agricultural production. After the Civil War, farmers shifted from cotton to grain and livestock raising, and dairy production. Tobacco became the county’s largest cash crop. Progressive agricultural practices were developed through programs at the Middle Tennessee Agricultural Experimental Station in the 20th Century. Today, Maury County still leads the state in production of beef cattle, and remains a major producer of corn, wheat, grain, sorghum and cotton.

It was later discovered that the richness of the county soil was attributed to an underlying layer of phosphate rock, once the bottom of an ancient seabed. This launched a mining and chemical industry that supported the war efforts in the 1940s, and lasted until the mid 1980s.

In the years following World War II, these industries were sites of revolutionary labour unrest, as black veterans resisted being pushed back into second-class status. Area members became leaders in the growing campaign for civil rights during the 1950s and 1960s throughout the state.

Today, Maury County is an emerging tourist destination, bolstered by its numerous historic sites. The County welcomes more tourists annually than any other rural county in Tennessee.

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Listing information last updated on December 2nd, 2021 at 4:24pm CST.