Tennessee National is one of East Tennessee’s premier gated waterfront golf communities. Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, the community offers a range of homesites and styles to suit your distinctive taste.
Whether your ideal home has expansive views of the Greg Norman Signature Golf Course, spectacular vistas of Watts Bar Lake, or a secluded woodland estate, you’ll find it at Tennessee National.
And, with the Greg Norman Signature Golf Course, pool and cabana, miles of walking trails, 3.5 miles of waterfront along Watts Bar Lake, and a Marina with gas, slips and pavilion, every detail is suited to a comfortable, active lifestyle. Send me more information about Tennessee National!
Golf by Greg Norman
Residents are fiercely proud of their Greg Norman Signature Golf Course. A private, 18-hole, 7,400-yard layout, the course meanders through the natural Tennessee landscape and along the banks of the waterfront.
Gorgeous views of Watts Bar Lake punctuate five holes that play to or from the water. Add in 13 lakes and stacked sod bunkers reminiscent of Scottish golf club architecture, and it is easy to see how Tennessee National stands out as completely different from other courses in the southeastern United States.
Furthermore, generous landing areas and an overall top condition make it playable at all levels while challenging more accomplished players.
A championship-style practice range combined with expertly maintained putting and chipping greens allows you to take your time and warm up before hitting the course. After your game unwind with your friends over a drink or enjoy a gourmet lunch or dinner in the dining room. Send me more information about Tennessee National!
With 3.5 miles of waterfront along Watts Bar Lake and a Marina with gas, slips and a pavilion, water enthusiasts will have direct access to all Watts Bar Lake has to offer.
The 39,000-acre lake puts boating, fishing, skiing and sailing at your fingertips. There are also miles of hiking and biking trails scattered throughout the property, creating an open invitation to enjoy the surrounding natural environment.
Living at Tennessee National
Tennessee National is located just outside of Knoxville, Tennessee. With its low property taxes and no state income tax, Tennessee has become a top choice for retirees. And Tennessee National’s central location, within a half days drive from 75 percent of the US population–makes it easy to stay connected with family and friends. The weather is beautiful with four mild, but distinct seasons.
Homesites range from $40,000 to the $300,000s and homes from $349,900 to $800,000. You’ll be surprised to find golf-front and golf-view homesites at an affordable price. See more details in the real estate section below. Or visit the community website.
Tennessee National is located just outside of Knoxville, Tennessee. With its low property taxes and no state income tax, Tennessee is a very desirable location. Tennessee National’s central location makes it easy to stay connected with family and friends. The weather is beautiful with four mild, but distinct seasons.
- Homesites from $40,000 to $300,000s
- Custom Homes, cottages, villas and townhomes from the high-$200,000s to $800,000s
- Views include:
- Waterfront and waterview
- Greg Norman Signature Golf Course
- Private, 18-hole, 7,400-yard layout
- Championship-style practice range
- Putting and chipping greens
- 5 miles of waterfront along Watts Bar Lake
- Boating, fishing, skiing,
- Miles of hiking and biking trails
- Tennessee National Marina
- Gas and slip rental
- Ampitheatre and walking trails
- Tennessee National’s Wellness Center Complex (planned)
- Now Complete:
- Outdoor salt water swimming pool
- Pool area includes cabana, tiki bar
- Outdoor Jacuzzi
- Entertainment area with gas grill
- State-of-the-art fitness center
- Teaching kitchen/juice bar, large central community room
- Intimate library with fireplace, large covered deck for entertaining
- Weight machines and universal machines
- Pilates/yoga room, massage rooms, showers and locked
- Now Complete:
Recreational options on Watts Bar Lake include fishing, canoeing, boating and virtually all water sports. The lake has some of the best fishing in Tennessee with an abundance of freshwater fish like striper bass, jumbo crappie, bluegill, and large and smallmouth bass.
McGhee-Tyson, Knoxville 32 miles