Tellico Plains, TN is often referred to as “The Little Town with the Big Back Yard”
Owner financing is available with $15,000 down, $225 per month over 72 payments. Cash discount at $29,700
Come to camp, call this gem your weekend retreat, or stay and build your dream home today! Tellico Plains is a wonderful place to enjoy outdoor living and this property won’t disappoint. Your 7.10-Acres offers you the chance to have your very own brook– right in your backyard!
This 7.10 Acre parcel is located in the quaint town of Tellico Plains and is a vintage mountain town in East Tennessee, at the gateway to the Cherokee National Forest & Cherohala Skyway. Tellico Plains offers people a simpler and more laidback lifestyle.
If you are looking to explore the outdoors and all that Mother Nature has to share – then look no further!
- Outdoor recreation abounds in all four seasons in the Tellico Plains area, mainly centered around all the natural amenities.
- Kayakers are drawn to the Class III-IV waters on the Tellico and Bald Rivers.
- Children love the natural slides and pools of Coker Creek to escape the summer heat.
- You can even canoe or tube farmlands and rock formations on the lower Tellico River.
- If you enjoy fishing – this area offers some of the best trout fishing waters in the country, attracting anglers and fly fishermen from all over.
- Take a walk within Tellico Plains, on the designated walkway just behind the Skyway Visitor Center, which offers everyone scenic views of the surrounding mountains.
Tellico Plains is rural yet convenient to hospitals, shopping, performing and visual arts, and other amenities of city life. You can be in a big city like Knoxville in about 1 hour (60 miles), or Maryville in about 45 minutes. Smaller cities are even closer. Madisonville is just a 15-minute drive and has a Super Walmart.
There is something for everyone so call us today and find out how easy it is to own this beautiful retreat and begin building dreams that will last a lifetime!
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Property Type: Vacant Land
Legal Address: Lick Creek Rd, Tellico Plains, Tn 37385
Lot Size: 7.10 Acres
County: Monroe County
Zoning: Outside City Limits – No Zoning, No Building Codes
Power: Power in Road
Water: Well will be needed
Sewer: Septic will be needed
Access to Property: Best access via North East Corner via Hooper Rd.
Time to Build: Building Permit good for 1 year
Title Info: Clear Title via Special Warranty Deed or General Warranty Deed if closed with a title company
Annual Property Taxes (Approx.): $144.00
Terms: Cash Sale – Buyer to pay documentation or Closing costs if closed with a title company
- GPS Coordinates at the lower front of property: 35.375413, -84.373911
- GPS Coordinates North East Corner via Hooper Rd.: 35.377337, -84.373529
- GPS Coordinates approx. middle of property: 35.376004, -84.374107
- No Restrictions!
- Outside the City Limits
- No Zoning
- No Building Codes
Monroe county covers approximately 653 square miles, and of the amount roughly 636 square miles is land and approximately 17 square miles is water. The Unicoi Mountains, part of the greater Blue Ridge chain, cover a large portion of the southeastern part of the county. The peak of this range marks Monroe’s boundaries with Graham and Cherokee counties located in North Carolina.
The Little Tennessee River flows along Monroe County’s border with Blount County to the northeast. Three artificial lakes— Tellico Lake, Chilhowee Lake, and Calderwood Lake— occupy this section of the river. The Tellico River is a small river running into Little Tennessee. The Bald River, which is known for the scenic Bald River Falls runs into the Tellico River.
A portion of the county is included in the Cherokee National Forest. The Monroe section of the forest includes two federally designated wilderness areas— Citico Creek and Bald River Gorge. The Cherohala Skyway, a national scenic byway, connects Tellico Plains with Robbinsville, NC and it crosses the Unicoi Mountains, where the road peaks at an elevation of over 5,000 feet.
Our company, Mohegan Real Estate LLC, is a family-owned property investment company. We acquire real estate far below market value and pass the savings on to our customers. We take pride in professional individualized service, quick and convenient transactions, and buyer satisfaction.
Disclaimer: This property is either owned by Mohegan Real Estate LLC or under contract and selling the equitable interest in the contract. Equal Opportunity Housing.