Property Features

Welcome to beautiful East Tennessee in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. This is one of the best areas in the entire country to live and own real estate. On Saturday, September 10th, we will be releasing to the public 30 brand new, never before seen direct dockable properties. This is one of the best real estate deals the state of Tennessee has seen in decades. These rare, estate sized properties will go all the way up to 4.94 acres and will feature flat and gentle topography leading to the cleanest water in Tennessee. Norris Lake has been named the cleanest lake in the state and a top 15 recreational state in the entire country. All of your infrastructure will be in place for you to build your lakefront dream home. The properties feature underground power, water, sewer, and high-speed internet. This once in a lifetime dockable lakefront property will go on sale September 10th and will be shown and sold by private appointment only. Please call one of our friendly staff to get all of the information and we look forward to earning your business.

An incredible location:

  • Sizes of dockable lakefront properties are as large as 4.94 acres
  • 30 brand new to the market dockable lakefront lots to choose from
  • This dockable lakefront property is brand new to the market and has never been offered to the public for liquidation
  • This property comes with no Homeowner’s Association or costly HOA fees
  • Incredibly gentle topography, no steep slopes whatsoever to build on
  • An incredible location in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee
  • There’s a reason everyone is coming to East Tennessee. Our land is beautiful, our people are friendly and our overall cost of living is some of the lowest in the country
  • Norris Lake is rated as one of the top 15 recreational lakes in the contry by AAA travel

Norris Lake

With 800 miles of shoreline, 34,000 acres, 22 marinas and resorts, and 14 species of fish, Norris Lake is the perfect destination. Surrounded by the beautiful mountains of East Tennessee, this beautifully clean lake has something for everyone – Fishing, boating, swimming, and camping. Norris Lake is a premier fishing destination, popular for its bass fishing, but you can also catch crappie, walleye, and more. Spend your morning out on the water fishing, your afternoon enjoying water sports, and your night listening to live music or enjoying one of the amazing restaurant patios under the stars! Enjoy boating, jet skiing, tubing, or even wakeboarding! For a more calming adventure, go paddleboarding or kayaking. If you don’t have your own equipment, don’t worry. There are plenty of rentals available at the lake. To end a perfect day at the lake, spend a night under the stars. There are several full-service marinas with boat slips, boat rentals, lakeside restaurants with live entertainment and more. The marinas will meet all your needs. Most importantly Norris Lake is known as the cleanest lake in the TVA System, one you will feel great about living on year after year!


Knoxville is the largest city in East Tennessee and an easy drive to most all attractions. Home to The University of Tennessee, Knoxville offers many options typically reserved for larger cities. Knoxville’s downtown has been developing, along with the opening of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame and the Knoxville Convention Center, the redevelopment of Market Square has brought national retailers, multiple dining options and a brand new theatre. The arts in particular have begun to flourish. There are multiple venues for outdoor concerts and Gay St. hosts a new arts annex and gallery surrounded by many studios and new business as well. The Tennessee and Bijou Theaters underwent renovation providing a good basis for the city and its developers to re purpose the old downtown and have had great success to date revitalizing this once great section of Tennessee.

The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra established in 1935, is the oldest continuing orchestra in the South. The KSO maintains a core of full-time professional musicians, and performs at more than 200 events per year. Its traditional venues include the Tennessee Theatre, the Bijou Theatre, and the Civic Auditorium, though it also performs at a number of non-traditional venues. The city also hosts numerous art festivals, including the 17-day Dogwood Arts Festival in April, which features art shows, craft fairs, food and live music. Also in April is the very popular Rossini Festival, which celebrates opera and Italian culture with street vendors and street performers, bringing vendors in from all over.

Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area

Encompassing 125,000 acres of the Cumberland Plateau, Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area protects the free-flowing Cumberland River. The area boasts miles of scenic gorges and sandstone bluffs, is rich with natural and historic features and has been developed to provide visitors with a wide range of outdoor recreational activities. The Big South Fork region contains one of the highest concentrations of natural bridges in the eastern United States. What ever type of outdoor recreation you enjoy, chances are Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, has a place you can do it. The hardest part of your visit may be deciding which trail, overlook, historic site, natural feature or program to try next! Do you have a horse? Big South Fork has miles of horse trails, stabling facilities at Bandy Creek Stables and even two equestrian campgrounds at Station Camp in Tenn. Try whitewater rafting the Big South Fork River, mountain biking through the backcountry or rock climbing on the miles of cliff lines throughout the park.

Brimstone Recreation Area

Camp, ride, relax, and get outdoors! Open all year and offering something for every skill level. Nationally recognized Brimstone® Recreation manages and promotes the recreational use of over 19,196 acres nestled in the remote wilds of Northeast Tennessee and located in the Heart of Appalachia. Having over 300 miles of trails and roads with numerous overlooks and exploration points of interest. Brimstone is an outdoor recreation company offering the adventure seeker the ultimate outdoor experience. They are committed to preserving nature through good stewardship and sharing nature with thousands every year who seek to experience adventure in its purest environment. Offering outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to explore the untamed wilderness of the Appalachian Mountains while enjoying a wide array of recreational activities including including some of the best mountain biking and ATV off roading and events in the country.

The Great Smoky Mountain National Park

The Great Smoky Mountain National park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site straddling the Great Smoky Mountains part of the Blueridge Mountains and the Appalachian Mountain chain. The border of Tennessee and North Carolina runs NE to SW through the center of the park. As the most visited National Park in America, it hosts 9-11 million visitors annually taking advantage of its 850 miles of hiking trails and over 700 miles of fishable streams. The park features biking and horseback trails, varied wildlife, camping, world class trout fishing, historic homes, waterfalls, and miles of auto touring. Cades Cove is a portion of the park in an isolated valley that was home to numerous settlers before the formation of the National Park. Today it is the most popular destination to visitors of the park due to the variety of preserved homesteads, views and displays of wildlife. Clingman’s Dome is a mountain within the park and at 6,643 feet, is the highest point in East Tennessee and along the Appalachian Trail. A half mile paved trail leads to a 45 foot observation tower offering 360 degree views of the surrounding National Park and up to 100 miles on a clear day.

Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge

Everyone enjoys walking the Downtown Parkway in Gatlinburg, which runs from one end of town to the other. It’s filled with a rich variety of attractions to see, activities to experience, restaurants, arts and crafts and shopping. For a quieter stroll, take the River Walk and enjoy the cheerful song of the Little Pigeon River, with gazebos and benches along the way. At the corner of traffic light #3, you will find the start of the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community. Home to over 100 shops featuring craftspeople and artists along an 8-mile loop, it’s the largest gathering of independent artisans in North America. You’ll discover one-of-a-kind crafts, treasures and artwork, and you can watch the artisans at work. Stop along the way and chat with a painter or potter, or let a broom maker show you his craft. Leaving Gatlinburg, you will find Pigeon Forge which is home to dozens of restaurants, outlet malls, amusement parks and dinner theatres. Dollywood and Dollywood Splash Country entertain people of all ages with theme park rides, music and shows all year round.