0.64 acres in Union County, Tennessee
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0.64 acres in Union County, Tennessee

465 Reginas Point, Sharps Chapel , Tennessee 37866 - Union County
$229,900 0.64 Acres
Property ID 6196579


Level and dockable lakefront lot with deep year round water, surrounded by Norris Lake and the Chuck Swan Wildlife Management Area,(a 25,000 acre wildlife preserve protected by TVA that will never be sold or built upon), and located less than 45 minutes away from Knoxville. The 1,000 acre Norris Lake community of Sunset Bay offers a helipad, private marina, underground utilities, clubhouse, tennis court, and pool. Sunset Bay was developed away from city lights for an unspoiled sky perfect for stargazing and breathtaking sunsets. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=molK1wuHPQA


From Knoxville: Take Hwy 33 N across the 33/Veteran's Bridge approximately 24 miles. Turn left onto Sharps Chapel Road. From Kentucky / Tazewell: Take 25 E. Turn right onto Sharps Chapel Road. Go approximately 1.3 miles and veer to left to stay on Sharps Chapel Road. Go approximately 4.5 miles and continue straight onto Big Valley Road for approximately 2 miles into the entrance of Sunset Bay. Follow Russell Brothers Road around until you get to Reginas Point and turn right. Property is on the right before getting to cul-de-sac between 2 built homes. (LOT #465).

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