Governor's Crossing commercial property opportunity. Approximately 1.9 acres @ $475,000 an acre, zoned C-5 (Tourist Commercial) cleared, some grading and ready to go. The parcel is on the left as you approach Hurley Drive before the Movie theatre's parking lot. Overlooking the Pigeon river, all utilities on site (water, sewer, electric, gas) with fire hydrant and storm water drain(s) in place. Property lays flat and is adjacent to the newer Southeast Cinemas Movie Theatre. Hurley Drive is in the center of the development off Collier Drive which connects Veterans Blvd and Parkway, 441-2 entrances and 2 exits to the development. There is no survey, the acreage will need to be split from the original parcel, price will reflect surveyed acreage at per acre price. Large parking lot on original parcel. Approval for use will need to be granted by property owner for use. Parcel across Hurley Drive available as well. Governor's Crossing is a large, retail development located near Tanger Outlets off Parkway, 441 and all attractions in Sevier County. The development has several restaurants, as well as, a large retail center, hotel/motels, time shares and the Rainforest Adventure attraction. Collier drive is a major connector of the busy Parkway, 441 and Veterans Blvd.
|Property Type:||Land -Retail|
|Property Use:||Owner Occupied|
|Lot Size:||1.9 AC|
Directions: I-40 to Exit 407 to Sevierville. Follow to Governor's Crossing to left onto Collier Dr. Cross bridge and turn left onto Hurley Dr. Property ahead on right.
Area Description: Governor's Crossing Development – 153 acres is right off the Parkway, Hwy 441, which is the most traveled road in Sevier County, Tennessee, and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The development's location is close to all the county attractions and not too far from Gatlinburg. Most of the attractions, rides, restaurants and shopping can be found off 441. The Great Smoky Mountains is the most popular park in terms of recreational visitors in the nation. More than 12 million visitors annually come to the area.