Tellico VillageEastern Tennessee
Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains and along the west shore of 16,000-acre Tellico Lake, are charming waterfront retirement communities and lakefront homes. Tellico Village is the most popular master planned community and is not age restricted. You won't find high amenity fees or expensive golf club memberships here. You will find lakefront and golf course homes of all sizes and styles and affordable amenity fees. Tellico Village offers 'pay as you play' packages at the three private championship golf courses. A round of golf averages $41 including the cart. Named in Cherokee tradition, there are eight neighborhoods that make up Tellico Village: Chatuga, Chota, Coyatee, Kahite, Mialaquo, Tanasi, Tommotley and Toqua. Rolling hills, scented forests and winding streets ending in cul-de-sacs reflect the small-town charm and peaceful life in Tennessee.
TELLICO VILLAGE AMENITIES
- Three 18-hole championship golf courses
- Lakefront Yacht Club with dining
- Three golf clubhouses with dining
- 27,000-square-foot Wellness Center
- Indoor and outdoor swimming pools
- 10 tennis courts
- 8 pickleball courts
- Three marinas with boat slips and kayak storage
- Community parks
We find Tellico Village to be one of the finest waterfront active adult communities sprawling across almost 5,000 acres and is home to over 8,500 friendly residents. Approximately 4,500 homes have been built to date of the 6,800+ planned. Boating, fitness and golf are recreational lifestyles Baby Boomers can expect to find when searching for the best places to live in Tennessee.
In close proximity to the Best Bang for the Buck City are award-winning medical care, name brand shopping and lifelong learning opportunities at the University of Tennessee. Fall Creek Falls State Park and Great Smoky Mountain National Park are the most visited Tennessee parks. Enjoy four distinct seasons at Tellico Village when relocating to Tennessee.
Tellico Village is a great place to consider if you enjoy lakefront living. Lake Tellico has been named one of the Best Places in the U.S. for Boating by Boating Life Magazine. There are three championship golf courses at this Tennessee golf club: The Links at Kahite Golf Course, Tanasi Golf Club and The Toqua Championship Golf Club, each with its own clubhouse. The Tellico Village Yacht Club is at the heart of the Village and is the central meeting place for residents, offering waterfront dining and marina services.
The 27,000-square-foot Tellico Village Wellness Center opened in 2007. The list of amenities includes: an indoor lap pool, 6,500-square-foot fitness center, indoor walking track, saunas, locker rooms, 4 Har-Tru outdoor tennis courts and a long list of daily fitness and water exercise classes. The Kahite Activity Center has 2 Har-Tru tennis courts, a swimming pool, fitness classes and locker rooms. The Chota Recreation Center is a 17,460-square-foot facility with 4 lighted Har-Tru tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool, full gymnasium, children's playgrounds, locker rooms and saunas. Club membership for the Village Recreational Centers are affordable; family memberships are approximately $571 per year and individual memberships $368 per year.
Tellico Village is a great place to consider when looking for the best places to live in Tennessee. Serenity and warm friendships can now be a part of your everyday life. More than 60 social clubs are available, such as: Cruising Club, Art Guild of Tellico Village, Tellico Village Ladies Golf Association 9-Hole League, Mah Jongg, Crafting, Ladies Duplicate Bridge, Friends of the Library, Tellico Community Players, General Federation of Women’s Club Tellico Village, and Footloose in Tellico Line Dancing Club. The Pickleball Club is the fastest growing organization in the community.
Our real estate score for the Tellico Village in Loudon Tennessee is 80.
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Property Owner Reviews
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In 1986, Dan Cooper of Cooper Communities began development Tellico Village, a Tennessee golf club on one of the most beautiful Eastern Tennessee lakes. On September 30, 2010, 25 years later, Cooper Communities closed operations at Tellico Village focusing on new opportunities elsewhere. In April 2011, Dan Cooper announced Village Homes as the new homebuilder at Tellico Village of which he and his brother Wes Cooper founded.
We have on file the 2010 Income Statement and 2011 Budget for the Tellico Village Home Owners Association which represents the homeowners. The (TVPOA) Tellico Village Property Owners Association was formed by Cooper Communities. TVPOA owns, manages and controls this Eastern Tennessee lake community amenities.