Cherokee Lake Access Lot in Shiloh Springs
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Amy Shrader
Amy Shrader
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Cherokee Lake Access Lot in Shiloh Springs

Lot 105 Red Cloud Ln, Rutledge , Tennessee 37861 - Grainger County
$100,000 0.72 Acres
Property ID 6291950


0.72 acre mostly cleared and level lot in Shiloh Springs. This lot backs up to TVA owned property. It is approximately 350 feet from back of lot to Cherokee Lake. Can obtain permit from TVA to clear a 20 path from lot to the lake. It will not be dock-able. Restricted to site built homes only; minimum 1500 sq ft. Subdivision lake access. Underground utility and public water available. This lot perked for 4 bedroom septic at time of development. Home owner association dues $252/year. Gated subdivision; please call an agent to arrange viewing.


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From Knoxville take Hwy 11W North to Rutledge. Turn right on Bowen Rd. Turn left on Lakeshore. About 1/2 mile to Shiloh Springs subdivision on right. Turn left on Cow Poke Ln. Go abt 3/4 mile and turn right on Tumblewood Trl. Turn right on Red Cloud Ln. 2nd lot on left.


Common Features
Boat Ramp
Gated Entrance

Property Type
Single Family

Special Notes
Survey Available
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Type of Fence

Lot Description
Some Trees
Water/Lake View

Proposed Use
Residential Single

City Water
Private Road
Underground Utilities

Number of Lakes (water over 5 acres)

Road Frontage Desc


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Amy Shrader
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