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Cul-De-Sac Building Lot, Loudon, TN

305 Kawga Trce : Loudon, TN 37774

Montgomery County, Tennessee

0.32 Acre
$6,999 USD $7,499
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Land Description

It's Better at Tellico Village.

The search is over. Your dream lot is right here in Loudon County's Tellico Village. Tellico Village is a beautiful retirement community spanning 5000-Acres in the foothills of Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains. This lakeside 55+ property owners association is a ‘slice of heaven', the community is peaceful and pristine. Established in 1987 this community has grown into a prestigious senior planned neighborhood. This region in Tennessee has been identified as one of the best places in the country to retire. To the point, the 0.32-acre lot we're offering is truly dreamy. Take a look at this flat building lot within a cul-de-sac on Kawga Trace. There is water and sewer available to the property, as well as underground utilities and paved road access. Although the lot sits in close distance from Tellico Lake, it is not within a flood zone nor is it sloping. Interviews with others in the community indicate that about half the community lives here full-time, and half the community uses their property as a luxury vacation home. The land is yours to do either.

Location, Location, Location.

Alongside Tellico Lake, Tellico Village POA has all the resources for water recreation like boating, fishing, kayaking, etc. The POA also includes the Chota Recreation Center which is open to all Tellico Village property owners and offers a full gymnasium with equipment for basketball, racquetball, tennis, swimming, badminton, table tennis, and more. Also, very popular among members are the many clubs and classes offered such as rotary, quilting, beading, etc. Tellico Village POA includes a yacht club, walking, and hiking trails, three championship golf courses, Rover Run Dog Park, Kahite Activity Center, and a family park and beach pavilion. Loudon Tennessee is only a 1-hour 38-minute drive to Gatlinburg and 53 minutes to Knoxville. Gatlingburg is full of entertainment from go-kart races to mini-golf to Dollyworld. Locals say Knoxville is a “hidden gem” due to its Broadway-level shows and growing downtown corridor. Another great detail is the proximity to local entertainment, like the Mankazana Hunting Safari Park or the Stimpson Seashell Museum.

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