I have rented this property 2 or 3 times already and it has served our family's purposes. If you are seeking a place off the main roads and a lot of distance between any neighbors for privacy and getting back to a true natural surrounding, this is it ! It is near the end of a gravel road into a very old "Appalachian family owned" valley. Being a small business owner (remodeling contractor) it gives me a way to get away from constant customer business demands 7 days a week on me and relax, and is only a 1 1/2 hours from my home to reach.
If you make it to the top rear corner of the property, the old barbed wire fence property line has some massive (approx. 200 year old) oak trees as old settlers actually used to mark their boundaries that way; and you can see the ridgelines of the mountains bordering Tennessee and North Carolina going into Virginia too. And if you are up there during a weather change or fog, it can become a very spooky experience having fog roll up and over the ridgetops and through those old massive oak trees.
I personally have enjoyed it as a way to get out into the woods with my sons and an area that is not commercially developed in anyway. A rustic experience overall.