4,200 square feet of NEW CONSTRUCTION at Cherokee Lake! Wish to own a slice of paradise? Looking for a homesite that is lakefront and level? With no HOA fees and low property taxes? Well, you just found it in historic Bean Station. In 1775, pioneers Daniel Boone and William Bean first observed what is now Bean Station during a long hunting excursion. After fighting in the American Revolutionary War, Bean was awarded 3,000 acres in the area he previously surveyed for settlement during his excursion with Boone, becoming Bean Station. Just off Highway 11W, once known as âThe Great Indian Warpathâ the home has solid poured concrete basement walls on land that provides UNOBSTRUCTED views of Cherokee Lake with 151 feet of lake frontage. Brick & Cement Siding. 2100 sq ft of main floor living space. Views from the living room, dining room, kitchen, master bedroom, and the covered deck. Hardwood & tile floors. Three-car garage not the two as shown in photo. PLUS 2100 sq ft of FULLY FINISHED basement with more lakeside windows, 2 walk-out patio doors, a 3rd bathroom, and space for more sleeping areas, workshop, offices, safe room, or entertainment room. This area of Cherokee Lake does not allow docks to be built on the lake, but you can tie your boat to shore year-round if you so choose. Or park your RV in the backyard. Bean Station, one of the earliest settled communities in Tennessee, is today considered a popular lakeside community appealing to young families, retirees, and only 10 miles from Morristown, a fast-growing city with hospitals, Walmart, Home Depot, Lowe's, restaurants, and retail shops nearby. Tennessee, a state that offers the advantage of NO State Income Tax and some of the lowest property tax rates in the nation. 4 full, mild seasons, within a day's drive of most of the nation, the Great Smoky Mountains in its backyard, and access to Cherokee Lake, with its world-renowned fishing, boating, and recreation activities. Come and Live the Cherokee Lake Life!
Listing courtesy of Cherokee Lake Realty.