Grande Vista Bay brings its startling natural beauty to a lakefront community in Rockwood, Tennessee. Private gated communities have been carefully planned across 1,200 acres of forests and fields that slope gently toward the calm, blue waters of 39,000-acre Watts Bar Lake.
Grande Vista Bay boasts over seven miles of shoreline, producing a quality of life that encourages all the water sports or just a day of fishing in the lake. The lake, fed by three major rivers and several large creeks, is surrounded by lush green foliage. Living in a natural environment means the chance to explore sandy beaches or catch the trail of a bald eagle overhead.
Direct waterfront properties provide a deep-water shoreline that is perfect for private docks and boathouses. Onsite boat slips are available for select estate-sized lakeview parcels. Send me information now!
Acreage 1,200 acres (480 hectares)
Club Structure Private
Clubhouse Residents have access to a clubhouse featuring a community kitchen, a large screen TV, stone patio, grills, decks and a pool and bathhouse.
Recreation The property is convenient to a long list of nearby recreational activities, including hiking and mountain biking, horseback riding, camping and backpacking, bird watching, fly-fishing, whitewater rafting and skiing.
Golf Nearby The area is home to a good selection of public and private golf clubs, including the nearby Riverview Golf Course in Loudon and the highly rated Landmark Golf Club at Avalon, both of which are open to the public.
Lake Watts Bar Lake is a popular fishing destination, with healthy populations of largemouth bass, spotted bass, crappie, catfish and other species. Fish from your own boat, or take advantage of the numerous charter services in the area.
Boat Slips On-site boat slips are available to residents at an additional cost (subject to availability). RV and boat storage facilities are also scheduled to be built.
Utilities: Underground electricity, natural gas, central water and sewer service each parcel.
Area Attractions: Eastern Tennessee harbors a wealth of recreational and cultural attractions, ranging from Knoxville's rich collection of museums, historic sites and performing arts venues to the 650-mile chain of TVA lakes and the spectacular high country of the Great Smoky Mountains.