Waterfront Homes Loudon

East Tennessee

Waterfront Homes for Sale in Loudon

In a clever twist on a common description, Loudon is known as the “Lakeway to the Smokies.” It lies nestled between the curving banks of the Tennessee River and Tellico Lake. As a result, waterfront homes in Loudon are common and often accompanied by panoramic views of the Smoky Mountains. As an affordable and desirable place to settle down or retire, homes for sale in Loudon are affordable in price and offer residents stunning views of nature, close proximity to large cities and access to an unlimited range of amenities.

Loudon is a great destination for every type of recreation year-round. Living in Loudon allows residents to enjoy golfing, fishing, boating, hunting, horseback riding, hiking the mountains or spectacular lake views. For the avid golfer, Loudon County has several courses that lie on the banks of Tellico Lake and the Tennessee River.

For the water-lover, Loudon offers a vast array of waterfront homes and prices on both Tellico Lake and the Tennessee River. Whether your preference is a country setting with acreage, a subdivision or a community offering activities and amenities, Loudon puts waterfront living practically out your back door.

Loudon as a county offers an incredibly rich history dating back to the 1700s. There is a strong tradition that the Griffiths House and Farm near Jackson Ferry in Loudon was a station on the Underground Railroad. Eastern Tennessee is also well-known as a hub for up and coming musical artists. Across the river from the Loudon Marine Park, downtown Loudon is the rally center for historically influenced events, such as the annual Fiddler’s Convention, thriving locally-owned restaurants and event venues.

There is no question why the number of people choosing Loudon and Eastern Tennessee for their new home continues to increase annually. Loudon is within a day’s drive to 60% on the U.S. population, but the real reason for its popularity is the surrounding natural beauty with majestic mountains and 20,000 square miles of lakes and rivers.