217 MASTERS LANE ∙ BEAN STATION ∙ OFFERED AT $834,900

THIS FEATURED PROPERTY IS NOW UNDER A CONTRACT TO PURCHASE.

Wish to own a slice of paradise? Looking for a homesite that is lakefront and level? No HOA? With high-speed fiber internet and city water? Well, you just found it in historic Bean Station.

In 1775, pioneers Daniel Boone and William Bean first observed what is now Bean Station during a long hunting trip. After fighting in the American Revolutionary War one year later, Bean was awarded 3,000 acres in the area he previously surveyed for settlement during his excursion with Boone, with the town then becoming known as Bean Station. Just off Highway 11W, once known as “The Great Indian Warpath”, the home sits on a parcel of land that provides UNOBSTRUCTED views of Cherokee Lake, 365 days a year, with 135 feet of easy lake frontage. With only 26 homesites in the small community of Galilee Shores, there is no drive-by street traffic. There is only one way in, and one way out. Plenty of privacy and security here.

The home was built in 2021 by one of the finest building companies in East Tennessee. The home is built like a tank with solid poured concrete basement walls. No block construction here. There is approximately 2000 sq ft of open floor plan living space on the main floor with fantastic views of Cherokee Lake and the surrounding mountains. Hickory Wide-Plank Hand Scraped Hardwood Floors are found throughout the home, with the covered rear deck having Trex flooring. All appliances, including the washer and dryer will stay. The kitchen has a large 8×4 granite countertop island, with a deep walk-in pantry. Custom matching bamboo shades are in every room of the house. The main bathroom has a custom floor to ceiling tiled shower, double vanities, and access to a large walk-in closet.

Complimenting the main level is an additional 1900 sq ft plus of unfinished basement with several, large lakeside windows, providing more views of Cherokee Lake, and 2 sets of walk-out French Doors. Now, listen… this is not your typical unfinished basement. The basement has a full bathroom and is set up for entertaining and lake living. The current owners are veterans and they hosted 17 Marine families during Labor Day weekend, with this area being large enough to accommodate all. There is a group photo that can be viewed with this listing. Cherokee Lake Realty thanks them all for their service. There is also plenty of storage space as well and a section that can be used as a Safe Room. The expansive Cherokee Lake facing backyard has been completely fenced and is ideal for children and/or pets.

As most of you are aware TVA fluctuates lake levels during the year. Photos displayed for this property were taken during different seasons highlighting this. Twenty-three photos were taken by the current owners. Some photos are when the home was under construction, some during boating season, and others during winter. Besides the splendor of Cherokee Lake, there is an abundance of wildlife to view, including several eagles.

Bean Station, one of the earliest settled communities in Tennessee, is today considered a popular lakeside community appealing to young families, retirees, and a commuter town for the city of Morristown. If you work from home, high speed fiber internet is onsite. The home is connected to city water, no well water to fool with. And, as previously mentioned, no HOA and their fees. If you golf, Clinchview Golf & Country Club is within 8 miles. Morristown, a fast-growing city with a population of more than 30,000, with hospitals, Walmart, Home Depot, Lowe’s, lots of restaurants, and retail shops is 10 miles away.

Tennessee, a state that offers the advantage of NO State Income Tax and some of the lowest property tax rates in the nation. Four full, mild seasons, within a days drive of most of the nation, the Great Smoky Mountains in its backyard, and access to Cherokee Lake, with its world-renowned fishing, boating, and recreation activities.

Live the Cherokee Lake Life!

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AND DETAILED INFORMATION CAN BE VIEWED AT ZILLOW.COM