ABOUT TELLICO VILLAGE
“Not only am I a Lake Community Specialist, but I am a Tellico Village designated Preferred Realtor”
Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Tellico Village comprises over 5,000 acres along Tellico Lake and 1,600 acres of that is common space which includes various recreational facilities and the remainder is natural area to allow property owners to enjoy the natural beauty of this area. Tellico Village currently has over 4,200 homes and 6000 residents from all over the United States. Plans are to expand to around 6,200 homes upon completion. We offer over 200 Clubs, Activities and Groups for our residents and property owners including hiking, swimming, pickleball, tennis, woodworkers, quilting, cards, birdwatching, walking, cars, motorcycles, armed forces, and MANY more!
Established in 1986, it has become one of the premier golf and waterfront communities in the southeast. Its three private championship golf courses offer outstanding play, and Tellico Lake provides a pristine resource for boating, fishing, and swimming. An unparalleled number of other high-quality amenities help residents enjoy a truly special and fulfilling lifestyle.
Tellico Lake is also a nationally recognized destination for year-round fishing. Small mouth bass, largemouth bass, crappy, walleye, and sauger are all plentiful in this lake. From early May to late September, residents enjoy Tellico Lake for swimming, water skiing, tubing, and just having fun. The clean water of Tellico Lake makes it a water wonderland for multi-generational family activities. Tellico Lake is 33 miles long and offers 357 miles of shoreline.
Just 31 miles from Knoxville, Tellico Village is conveniently located with easy access to nationally recognized healthcare providers and major shopping venues. Its’ ideal location provides residents with a wide range of cultural, educational, and entertainment resources.
Tellico Village is located minutes away from two major interstate highways – I-75 and I-40. This gives residents ready access to major cities in the southeast, including Atlanta and Nashville, and puts them within a day’s drive of 60 percent of the U.S. population. The McGhee Tyson Airport, serving Knoxville and the surrounding area, provides services from eight major airlines. Allow me to introduce you to one of East Tennessee’s Premier Communities!