Dog-friendly home built in 2010 on a peaceful and remote location that overlooks Norris Lake (just 35 minutes north of Knoxville), with a view to the Cumberland Mountains. Sleeps 5 who are seeking peace, quiet, and tranquility.
The home was designed to be low maintenance, so it has Trex decking on the outside and colored concrete floors on the inside (making it very easy to sweep and clean). There is full heat-and-air, but there are also powerful ceiling fans in every room - minimizing the need for either. Two bedrooms (with queen beds); two bathrooms (with 42" showers); full kitchen with all necessary cooking accessories; screened-in-porch; long deck; attached dog-run with door pass-throughs (sorry, no cats permitted); WiFi; 32" flat-screen TV with Netflix, DVD player with discs, and (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Chromecast installed.
This is a private home that is used primarily for a few weeks in the summer, so you would have full access to the entire space during your stay. The ground immediately in front of the house remains wild, but there is a path that leads directly to the water (with an area 35' x 85' en route that is kept mowed - providing an opportunity for recreation). The shoreline is rocky, so water shoes are helpful. We've also just purchased 4 "noodles" for your enjoyment - to aid in floating in the lake.
I generally like to greet everyone to orient them to the home and to provide information about the area - but that's not a requirement. If you'd prefer to just arrive on your own (with me being available at a moment's notice for support), please just let me know.
When the TVA began in the 1930's, the engineers mapped-out where they believed the loveliest spot in the whole system would be once all the dams were built, and they built the cabins to house themselves there - and this home is on that same street. Which means it's a little remote - and cell service doesn't make it all the way to the house. Also, the roads are curvy, so it's recommended that you initially arrive in daylight hours (until you're more familiar with the area), as there are no streetlights nearby.
This home is ideal for a romantic getaway, or a small family wanting to make the most of the peace and quiet - as well as all the water activities nearby. But it is absolutely not a party-palace (nor a place to smoke), and we ask that the lead person be at least 25 years old. Dogs are absolutely welcomed to the home, but we ask that you keep them off the furniture; clean up after them; and bring whatever "doggie bed" and serving bowls with which they're most comfortable. Lastly, we've included everything into the amenities we can think of to make your stay memorable, and everything that you find in the home is there for your use and enjoyment.
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I've had the pleasure of working-for or volunteering-with Habitat for Humanity since Hurricane Katrina. Since then, I've led teams to a dozen countries, and have even lived internationally for a couple years.
For some time now it's been a dream of mine to run a small inn, and to greet people from many countries and different backgrounds on a regular basis. And with my travel experience (and attention to detail), I hope to help make your stay memorable.