An equestrian dream, these nine, landmark lots all have lakefront and hillside access. Owners have individual, personal docks along the lake’s shoreline, with plenty of room for cruisers, sailboats and yachts. Lot nine, Wildflower, has an exclusive easement between lots one and two for private dock access.
This is a rare opportunity. Each lot is coveted real estate, with gracious views and access to untold amenities, including a walking trail, stable and pasture, training facilities, pier and pavilion, duck pond, silo monument and more. The availability of these lots will not last long, and they are the only lots ever to be permitted on the Osprey Point Conservation Area.
Select an exquisite home design for the lot you have chosen. Limitations for building facades remain conservative. There is a small directive for the design, maintenance and upkeep of the houses built at Osprey Point, that will be provided to owners, which ensures a high-quality aesthetic within the community.
One of the most ornamental architectural features on the property, the silo is a historical landmark that identifies the land as a lasting legacy. Currently, a large osprey nest is boasted on the very top and is perfectly visible. Lifetime nesters, these beautiful fishers provide a snapshot of entertainment.
With its priceless views, Fort Loudoun Lake is one of the main advantages of the Osprey Point properties. You’ll get a glimpse of water from just about anywhere, whether it be Fort Loudoun Lake or Poland Creek. There’s over a mile of illustrious waterfront. You have access by boat to UT football games and downtown Knoxville – or as far away as the Gulf of Mexico.
The stable has been restored graciously and is nicely prepared for incoming horses – equipped with washing stalls and a manager’s office. Alongside the barn are refined training facilities and the lush pasture, surrounded by gorgeous scenery.
A treasure-trove of relaxation, the larger, natural pond entertains a variety of wildlife – including ducks and waterfowl – and sits quietly between two hills near lot nine, known as Wildflower. It’s the ultimate spot to stop with a picnic basket of wine and cheese, or simply take a leisurely stroll.
A stretch of land on Poland Creek has been reserved for a community fishing and swimming pier, where you can quietly drop a line, dive into the creek or cast off on a water excursion. A pavilion is provided for large family gatherings or delightful neighborhood celebrations.
A picture-perfect walking trail spans the entirety of the property. The trail is a beautiful recycling of wood chips, collected from unhealthy timber sitewide. The views from the trail include vast woodlands, rippling Poland Creek, Fort Loudoun Lake, the peaceful pond, the pier and pavilion, and many more distinguished sights.