Lakefront Estates, Spring City, Tennessee

by Chicago Agent

 Located in East Tenneseee a little over an hour away from Knoxville and two hours from Nashville, Spring City allows for vacation living a stone’s throw away from two major Tennessee cities. The Tennessee Valley Theatre, an amateur theatre with professional quality, puts on four plays a year and the local Tidwell Bery Farm produces delicious blueberries, peaches, strawberries, corn, pumpkins and more. The 39,000-acre Watts Bar Lake, nesteled near the majestic Cumberland Mountains, offers sport fishing, rustic camping, water sports, picnic facilities and hiking trails for second-home buyers to enjoy the scenery.

Lakefront Estates is a gated community on Watts Bar Lake in Spring City, Tenn., that features over two miles of shoreline and panoramic views aross the Tennessee River. This private, gated community has lots that slope gently toward the water, allowing owners to have their own private dock. 

The large hardwood trees have been preserved in the area, with the lower limbs removed, producing a canopy effect. The community has a stone clubhouse, a mile and a half of walking trails and views of the lake. 

The lakefront house at lot 19 is built on a 1.4-acre lot with vistas all the way down the main channel. The four-bedroom, four-and-one-half-bathroom ranch home has walls of windows, cathedral ceilings and an outdoor kitchen. The exterior is maintenance free, and there is a three-car garage and workshop area to complete the floor plan. 

For more information, call Marty McGuiness of Realty Executives Associates in Knoxville, Tenn., at 865.693.3232 or visit lakefrontestates.net. 

Housing Type-Single-family
Number of Units-65 lots in the development, 55 waterfront
Percent Sold-25%
Delivery Date-Immediate
Price Range-$699,000 – $1,100,000
Co-op Commission-2.5%
Architect-Frank Harrington, Designer
Developer-Walt Dickson

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