SOURCE: Woltz & Associates

Woltz & Associates

May 19, 2011 14:17 ET

Retreat on Duck River -- Formerly Used for Adolescent Treatment Program -- to Sell at Auction

NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwire - May 19, 2011) - A 352-acre retreat along the Duck River that was once home to a program for troubled teens will sell at auction Saturday, June 25. For years, it was known as the Three Springs Duck River camp, which integrated the outdoor setting into its treatment for adolescent boys.

"The retreat has a number of excellent facilities that make it an ideal setting for a corporate or church retreat, training center, or similar uses," said Jim Woltz, president of Woltz & Associates, which will handle the auction.

The property, located an hour west of Nashville, will sell in nine tracts, ranging from 7.33 acres to 110 acres. Facilities include an administration building, a cafeteria with a full commercial kitchen, a school/library building, a gymnasium, an office building and a shop. "We've laid out the tracts so that one organization can purchase the facilities for a conference center, and other buyers can purchase land for hunting, riverfront development and other purposes," said Woltz.

Most of the facilities are located on a single 29-acre tract. Acreage along the river, including tracts of 110 and 21 acres, is suitable for homes.

"The land on the Duck River not only provides access to the water for fishing, canoeing and other water sports, but it also provides excellent hunting opportunities, especially with surrounding land primarily consisting of forest land," said Woltz.

The auction will be conducted at the property. Woltz & Associates staff will be available to guide inspections on June 10, 11, 17, 18, and 24. Individuals seeking additional information about the properties may visit www.woltz.com or call the auction company at 800-551-3588.

Woltz & Associates is a leading auctioneer of land, estate properties, commercial properties, homes and other high-value real estate throughout the United States. More auction information.

Contact Information

  • For more information:
    Carl Carter
    205-823-3273