Panoramic Views ~ River Access ~ Riverfronts

River & Mountain View Land Sale

Pre-Construction Sale Events!
One Day Only Sale
See it this Saturday!
See it this Saturday!
See it this Saturday!
Coming soon!
Property Sold Out

Get in Touch

Reserve your appointment today & save $10,000!

Call Us Today

Area Attractions

  • Minutes to Downtown Chattanooga
  • Enjoy Nearby Chickamauga Lake or Watts Barr Lake
  • Explore the Beautiful & Scenic Sequatchie Valley
  • Fish, Canoe or Kayak the Beautiful Sequatchie River

Come See Beautiful

River Ridge Farms


Sale Day Offers

Ask how to pay no closing costs

Multi-lot purchase discounts

Veteran and active military discount

Ask us how to use your IRA to buy land


maximize your experience

Community Clubhouse, Pool & Adventure Playground

Riverfront Park with Pavilion & Canoe/Kayak Launch

Beautiful Mountain Views, Creeks & Riverfront Estates

Gated Entrance

Immaculate Gated Entrance to Ensure the Privacy & Protection of Owners

Underground Utilities


about the area

Short Drive to Beautiful Chattanooga, Tennessee

Chattanooga has been named by Lonely Planet as the "Best in the U.S." and "10 U.S. destinations you need to see." In fact, the New York Times named Chattanooga one of the "Top 45 Places to go" in the World. And it's no wonder. Tucked between the mountains of Southeast Tennessee, along the beautiful Tennessee River, Chattanooga is one of America's most breathtaking cities.

Chattanooga offers an incredible combination of breathtaking scenic beauty, revitalized riverfront; 13-mile paved Riverwalk scattered with attractions, parks, restaurants and riverboats; outdoor adventures, rich history, numerous accommodations, restaurants to please every palate, thriving arts scene, shopping and many annual events that provide plenty of year-round fun.

Scenic Sequatchie Valley

The Sequatchie Valley in Southeastern Tennessee, is part of the Cumberland Plateau, which rises more than 1000 feet above the Tennessee River Valley. Its primary river is the Sequatchie, carving its way through the valley, providing agricultural, recreational, and scenic opportunities.   In the spring the valley shimmers with emerald beauty, and is also speckled pink and white with blossoms. The autumn transforms the valley into a kaleidoscope of reds, oranges and yellows from the changing leaves of the deciduous oak, maple and poplar trees. Year-round the valley boasts of life and natural beauty unlike anywhere in the world. The Nature Conservancy observes “the Cumberland Plateau’s rivers and streams sustain some of the country’s greatest variety of fish and mollusk species, and ravines and deep hollows are among the richest wildflower areas in southern Appalachia.”

Sequatchie River Blueway

According to Sequatchie: A History of the Southern Cumberlands, an ancient Native American trail known as the Sequatchie Trail followed the Sequatchie River to its confluence with the Tennessee River. The trail is said to have split off from the historic Black Fox Trail about 5 miles south of present-day Pikeville, near the former site of ancient villages and mounds.

The Sequatchie River originates from a spring known as the Head of the Sequatchie, located at Cumberland Trail State Park, just north of Pikeville. But the mystery is in the river’s origin. Although it gushes from the spring, the source of that water has been studied and debated for years. Nearby, Devilstep Hollow Cave preserves nationally significant cave art. It is the only cave in the southeastern United States that contains mud glyphs, petroglyphs and pictographs.

Dunlap, TN in the Heart of the Valley

Dunlap is located in the heart of the Sequatchie Valley, just off of Hwy 111 which connects Chattanooga to Tennessee’s South Cumberland Plateau. In its formative days, the town was known as Coops Creek, but was changed to Dunlap in 1858, one year after Sequatchie County was organized.

Historically, farming and coal mining played a big part in the economic development of the area. The Coke Ovens Museum in Dunlap tells the story of the coal mines and the miners who worked in them and features the largest collection of historic mining photographs in the state of Tennessee. Hang-gliding and paragliding activities take place from the bluffs above Dunlap throughout the year, operated by the Tennessee Tree Toppers Club and Flying.Camp Paragliding.

Privacy Statement

The Woodland Group is committed to keeping all personal information, collected from those individuals that visit our website and make use of our online facilities, secure and private. The use of information collected, produced, and displayed through this site and affiliate sites shall be limited to the service for which our Woodland Group Clients have engaged us. Your information will not be sold or shared to any outside party.

20916 Torrence Chapel Road
2nd Floor, Box B16
Cornelius, NC 28031
*Log home package consists of land and building materials. Construction is buyers responsibility. Styles and sizes may vary. Home plan may differ from home shown. Home plans must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee before construction. Seller paid closing costs with exception of prorated taxes and POA dues on cash purchase closed within 10 days of executed contract. No discounts can be applied to advertised properties and only one of each advertised property is available. Purchase with IRA or 401k with deposit to reserve property held in escrow until closing and refunded at closing. $10,000 Coupon is only valid towards total purchase price of lot or lots. Offered by the Woodland Group, LLC.