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775 Hawk View Drive
Townsend TN 37882 US

$1,690,000real estate property listed by Realty Executives real estate property listing

Pending MLS #1040579
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3 bed
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4,989 sqft
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5 bath
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Built in 2007
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Lot: 6 acre
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Single Family Detached

$1,690,000real estate property listed by Realty Executives real estate property listing

Pending MLS #1040579
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775 Hawk View Drive NOW IS THE BEST OPPORTUNITY EVER PRESENTED TO PURCHASE THIS ONE-OF-A-KIND MOUNTAIN HOME AS THE OWNER AUTHORIZED US TO REDUCED THE LIST PRICE TO THE LOWEST AVAILABLE AT ANY POINT!! Although listed as a three bedroom home, the owners are making effective use of a 4th bedroom on the lower level that can easily be converted to a media room, game room, etc. The majestic Smoky Mountains of Blount County Tennessee create the perfect 360 degree backdrop for this private luxury mountain home. For an IMMERSIVE WALK-THROUGH TOUR OF THIS PROPERTY click on the Virtual Tour tab or go to https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=DejAPsLtqLv&mls=1 This is the best of mountain living where exact construction and attention to reclaimed and sustainable resources helped create a house and property that make you feel as though you are part of the incredible mountainous scenery. There are walls of windows from every room in addition to outdoor living areas that face breathtaking views of the Southern Highlands while also overlooking your gated golf and swimming community of Laurel Valley. Viewable nearby is Tuckaleechee Cove and the quaint village of Townsend, TN on the "Peaceful Side of the Smokies". If location is the number one rule in real estate, this ranks a solid #1! Located on top of a mountain surrounded by world class views you may see every sunrise and sunset, and yet you are less than 30 minutes away from the friendly small towns Maryville and Alcoa that feature shopping, fine eateries, a four year college with the Clayton Arts Center (where you can see a play or hear musical concerts by famous entertainers) and the Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport providing major airline service to wherever your business or vacation plans require. Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Knoxville are just a short drive away. Bicyclists are delighted by the paved pathways and equestrians by the riding trails nearby in Townsend and Cades Cove. Motorcyclists may never leave as there are rides in every direction including the famous Tail of the Dragon and Cherohala Skyway. Play golf everyday on your home course, an Edmund B. Ault designed Par 70 course with Bermuda Fairways and Bent Grass Greens. Then relax at the Wild Laurel Club House featuring a full kitchen, a bar and veranda with breathtaking views of the Smokies or unwind with a swim in the pool. Hikers can take full advantage of being next door to one of the top hiking destinations in the east; the Smoky Mountain National Park with more than 800 miles of hiking trails. Residents from around the globe have chosen this bit of Heaven on earth to live. All of the interior walls of this mountain home are board & batten, tongue and groove or large log walls, some of which are still visible from the original log cabin the house was built around. The large plank wood floors are repurposed from a 125 year old barn, the chestnut beams run throughout the rafters. The poplar bark siding is a natural choice for creating a unique rustic look. This siding blends in with the mountainous look and virtually eliminates maintenance and upkeep and is nature's perfect protection against environment forces. This "Green" building material will last 70+ years. Tree bark was first used by Native Americans in the Appalachian Mountains and offers the benefits of using indigenous materials while adding rustic appeal. The elevation gives you cool, refreshing breezes, yet has surprisingly easy access to a private 6+ acre property. This is a special place built beyond standard building codes translating into rare beauty, and with the added bonus of lower energy bills. This home is designed to be true to it's Southern roots. It is so evident from the moment you enter the front foyer through the handmade, oversized front door crafted from antique oak and chestnut. Then there are large chestnut beams running throughout the rafters of the various ceilings of various heights. The sense of a real mountain getaway is felt immediately. The unique oversized "cottage/lodge" exterior, and interior, is enhanced by three massive rock fireplaces; one in the Living Room, one in the Kitchen/Keeping Room, and on on the Screened-In Porch. The floors throughout the house are reclaimed wood , except for 3 of the 4.5 Bathrooms and Laundry Room which are tile. The Kitchen is a cooks' dream; with counters of granite, center granite island, double sink, a Dacor six-burner cooktop, two Dacor convection wall ovens, two dishwashers including a Fisher & Paykel drawer model, a stainless pellet ice maker, a French-Door refrigerator with ice maker and a microwave. The Dining Room is open to the Kitchen and Keeping Room with access to the Screened Porch while offering panoramic views of Tuckaleechee Cove and the Smokies with it's wall of windows. The Living Room is luxurious while being comfortable and well suited for it's mountain surroundings with wood beams above, wood floors below, a stacked stone fireplace and more views! The Keeping Room is well suited for snuggling up with a book by the fire or visiting with friends while admiring the charm of this space with it's special touches such as the mantel (featured in the Mel Gibson movie "The Patriot") on the stacked stone fireplace. Each of the bedrooms is spacious, uniquely designed, and features an en-suite bath. Although a three bedroom septic is installed, the owners are making effective use of a 4th bedroom on the lower level that can easily be converted to a media room, game room, etc. There is a large, lush, green yard surrounding the home which is unheard of on mountain top building sites. The backyard is the perfect place to relax in your favorite chair and take in the views of Townsend and the Smoky Mountains. If your tastes run toward a swimming pool or spa there is more than enough space for you to build one here. Imagine enjoying your own "swimming pool in the sky" while you watch the sunset as the twinkling lights of Townsend begin to glow. No fill dirt was used in the building site preparation adding to rarity of this parcel in a mountain community. Constructed by the McDougall Bros. Construction company known for building premier custom homes in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Check them out at www.mcdougallbros.com. A rare find!

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Property Features

  • Facts
  • Built in: 2007
  • Lot Size: 6.42 acre
  • Property Type: Residential
  • Property Sub-type: Single Family Detached
  • Features
  • Full Bathrooms: 4
  • 1/2 Bathrooms: 1
  • Cooling System: Central A/C
  • Exterior Finish: Masonry
  • Floor Covering: Hardwood, Tile
  • Parking Type: Carport, Garage - Attached
  • Roof Type: Unknown
  • View Type: Mountain
  • Heating Systems: Fireplace, Heat Pump, Other
  • Additional Features
  • Barbecue Area
  • Basement
  • Deck
  • Fireplace
  • Patio
  • Porch
Listing Changed: 11/12/2018 7:38:49 PM GMT
Source Updated Date: 11/14/2018 3:27:17 AM GMT

Courtesy of: Randy Temple, Realty Executives Associates

Listing Source - ListHub

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