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Old 05-02-2011, 10:21 AM
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Hi there,

We have been looking at homes over the internet in Lynnville...any comments about the area? We are looking for a little land and a small town...seems to fit the bill...thanks so much...Shirley
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Old 04-03-2014, 05:25 AM
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Default Lynnville

You and me both!

Any locals want to give us a "thumb-nail" tour of Lynnville?

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Old 04-07-2014, 10:04 PM
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Default Lynville, Tn.

I live approximately 3 miles from Lynneville. The people who live there mostly like the "Town". My comments are not intended to degrade the Town nor it's inhabitants however, I have lived and traveled to other paces and I refuse to give other than my honest opinion to people of this forum given that some may be considering moving to a particular locale. It's difficult to provide a thumbnail sketch of Lynneville given that a thumbnail covers a larger area. Perhaps 200 people live there-maybe. It's 3 miles east of Hwy 31 and Approx. 18-19 Miles South of Columbia. The Business District[?] consists of a BranchBank with 1 employee, a Post Office with likely I employee, City Hall-yep-1 employee, Soda Pop Junction which is a replica old Drug store which serves bad food and a leather shop owned by Col. Littleton. There is also a convenience store, a Farmers Co-op located in an ancient Cotton Gin building and a "Museum" housed in a couple of old railroad cars. The place is incorporated, though I wouldn't know for what reason. There is a 1 man police force though I've never heard of a crime having been committed there. If you're looking for quiet this may be your cup of tea. It's kinda quaint, but definitely not upscale. If you're wondering about interesting places in the immediate area there ain't any other than a moonshine still located in a horse barn.
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