Tellico Village

Tellico Village is an established master-planned community located in Loudon, Tennessee. This community offers resale homes ranging in style from low-maintenance townhomes to spacious estate homes. Residents benefit from the selection of amenities, which includes three recreation centers, three golf courses with their own clubhouses, and a private country club. The community's convenient location also places homeowners a short drive from daily needs, health care, and all the charms of the Knoxville area.

Homebuyers looking for lakefront homes for sale in Loudon, TN will enjoy all Tellico Village has to offer.

Tellico Village Amenities

Residents of Tellico Village have access to three recreational facilities found throughout the community. The Wellness Center is a 27,000-square-foot facility that contains two indoor pools, a 6,500-square-foot fitness center equipped with state-of-the-art machines, two fitness studios, locker rooms, and saunas. Outside, The Wellness Center features four Har-Tru tennis courts for residents to enjoy a match or practice their serve.

The 17,460-square-foot Chota Recreation Center is available to residents of Tellico Village as well. Here, members of the community can make use of a multipurpose gymnasium, meeting rooms, locker rooms, and saunas. Outdoors homeowners will find a well-appointed heated pool, three lighted Har-Tru tennis courts, four pickleball courts, and a playground.

The Kahite Activity Center is the third amenity center available for use by residents. In this clubhouse, residents can reserve one of several multipurpose rooms for social events or work out in the exercise room equipped with lockers. Members of the community also have access to a heated outdoor pool and two tennis courts.

The Tellico Yacht and Country Club features a 20,400-square-foot clubhouse, which includes three levels of lounges, dining areas, and casual upscale dining at the Blue Heron Restaurant. Because the community club is located right on Tellico Lake, residents also have access to boat docks.

Tellico Village amenities continue with multiple golf courses. The Links at Kahite, Tanasi, and Toqua Championship Golf Courses each offer 18 holes of golf, practice facilities, a clubhouse, pro shop, and on-site dining.

Tellico Village Homes & Real Estate

Construction of Tellico Village began in 1987. Upon completion, the community will feature over 3,000 residences with views of the Smoky Mountains, Tellico Lake, and rolling golf course hills. There is a broad variety of Tellico Village homes for sale, ranging from ranch homes to spacious estate homes.

Tellico Village attached homes include two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage. Certain homes feature open-concept floor plans and main-level master suites. Additional features include walk-in closets and showers, hardwood flooring, and stainless steel appliances.

Single-family homes range from 1,882 to 2,218 square feet with three to four bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage. Features in some models include a split bedroom floor plan, an open-concept kitchen, a sunroom, and walk-in closets. Upgrades, such as a gas fireplace and double ovens, are also available. Homebuyers can enjoy additional customization by working with builders to construct their own home.

Tellico Village Lifestyle

The Tellico Village homeowners' association provides services such as common area maintenance and landscaping. With more free time, members of the community can join in on the over 100 clubs, classes, and events that are offered in Tellico Village.

Residents can play badminton, basketball, and wallyball in the gymnasium at The Wellness Center. There are many groups that meet regularly to play bridge, euchre, pinochle, and Mahjong. There are even thrilling opportunities to hike and kayak throughout East Tennessee. Residents can continue learning with computer classes, volunteer around the community, or attend luncheons and themed parties.

Surrounding Area

Tellico Village is located in Loudon, 31 miles southwest of Knoxville, putting residents in close reach of daily necessities and local attractions.

Residents are also close to any conveniences they may need, including Food Lion, ALDI, and Food City. Pharmacy needs can be met at Walgreens and CVS.

Tellico Village is also near multiple health care providers, such as Fort Loudon Medical Center, Blount Memorial Hospital, Roane Medical Center, and Turkey Creek Medical Center.

When in search of entertainment and dining options, members of the computer can travel down Lee Highway to find multiple restaurants, bars, and shops. There are also a variety of attractions in the area, including Ruby Falls, the Knoxville Museum of Art, the Museum of Appalachia, and Dollywood. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy attending games at the University of Tennessee.

Homeowners who want to get outdoors have plenty of nearby options to explore. Tellico Village is close to multiple parks and greenspaces, including Legion Park, Rock Springs Park, Lenoir City Park, and Pistol Creek Wetland Center. The Smoky Mountains National Park offers hiking trails and picnic spots and there are 40 miles of shoreline on Tellico Lake that provides boating, sailing, and fishing for nature lovers. Golfers also have multiple courses to choose from, such as Egwani Farms Golf Course, Willow Creek Golf Club, and Tennessee National Golf Club.

Members of the community looking to visit nearby metropolitan areas are in luck. Tellico Village is 45 minutes from Knoxville, granting quick access to all this city has to offer. For longer trips, McGhee Tyson Airport is 40 minutes away.

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Tellico Village Amenities

There are plenty of activities available in Tellico Village. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.

  • Clubhouse/Amenity Center
  • Golf Course
  • Restaurant
  • Fitness Center
  • Indoor Pool
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Aerobics & Dance Studio
  • Indoor Walking Track
  • Ballroom
  • Tennis Courts
  • Pickleball Courts
  • Basketball Court
  • Lakes - Boat Accessible
  • Playground for Grandkids
  • Outdoor Patio
  • Steam Room/Sauna
  • Golf Practice Facilities/Putting Green
  • Multi-Purpose/Meeting Rooms
  • Gazebo
  • Boat Launch
  • Locker Rooms
  • Beach
  • Lounge
  • BBQ

Tellico Village Clubs, Groups, Activities & Classes

There are plenty of activities available in Tellico Village. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.

  • Art Guild
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Bead Goes On
  • Bible Study
  • Birders
  • Bluegrass Jam
  • Bridge
  • Cards
  • Carving Club
  • Chrysler Retirees
  • Community Concerts
  • Computer Users
  • Crafting
  • Cruising Club
  • Cycling Club
  • Day Trippers
  • Dancing
  • Digital Photography
  • Dog Owners
  • Euchre
  • Fishing
  • Garden Club
  • Genealogy
  • Herbs
  • Hiking
  • Kniters
  • Ladies Golf
  • Line Dancing
  • Lions Club
  • Mac Users
  • Mah Jongg
  • Men's Golf
  • Motorcycle Club
  • Pickleball
  • Pinochle
  • Quilt Guild
  • Racquetball
  • Rotary Club
  • Rubber Stamp Art
  • Soggy Bottom Kayakers
  • Solo Club
  • Square Dancing
  • Stained Glass
  • Table Tennis
  • Tai Chi
  • Tennis Association
  • Vintage Vehicles
  • Wallyball
  • Weight Watchers
  • Woodworkers
  • Yoga

Tellico Village Reviews (9)

Average Rating for this Community

We have been here nearly six years now, living right on Tellico Lake with a view out to the mountains and a boat at our dock. Ideal! The best part though are the amazing people who create a wide variety of events for the community-- theater, arts, civic, veteran, animal care, games, sports, boating, hiking and more-- all thriving due to the volunteers who run them. Makes is super easy to meet people and to get engaged.


My wife and I have lived in the Village for almost 12 years and love the community’s lifestyle and convenience. There are two bank branches, a supermarket, hardware store, pharmacy, gas station, three hairdressers, yacht club plus more than a half dozen restaurants either on the property or just outside the community. In the Chatuga and Mialaquo neighborhoods you’ll find neighborhoods with curbs and sidewalks. My wife and I take advantage of the more than 14 miles of walking trails within the community every chance we get. The Village has three championship golf courses, three recreation centers, two outdoor pools, three tennis complexes, three marinas, a medical center, a pickleball complex and a transitional neighborhood offering independent and assisted living. Tellico Village is on the shores of 16,000-acre Tellico Lake with spectacular views of the Smoky Mountains. What is best about the Village: the people. We have lived and worked in different parts of the country and the world. We were fortunate to find this special place to enjoy this stage of our lives.


We purchased our home in 2004 and absolutely love the community. Price ranges that are affordable, low property taxes and no state income tax. The amenities are plentiful and there are numerous clubs and volunteer activities available. I am a full time REALTOR and love introducing people to our community.


We purchased a golf front home here in Tellico Village in September 2013. We are very happy with our choice in retirement. The village has such varied people and interest groups, and the homes range from single level ranch-style 2 bdrms to 6000 sq ft, 3 level waterfront estates. It is not a homogenous "sun city" type of development, and that is perfect for us. POA dues are low at $106 per month, and membership to the wellness facilities and pools are available on an annual or pay as you go rates. With numerous clubs and activities available you can be as active as you want to be, or keep to yourself. The neighbors are from all over the U.S. and so welcoming. We enjoy meeting all the folks in the Village and still find it funny that every person we talk to feels they live in paradise. We have to agree!


It's hard not to like this area and if you enjoy boating, you are going to love it. They very much cater to the lake with several clubhouses and marinas. A very wide variety of home types and styles and has a nice little town center with some shops. Really enjoyed it here.


When I first moved here POA fee was 35 dollars. It continues to increase faster than the economy. I love the area but I feel I'm in California that everything is at such a high cost. The place is beautiful to walk or just to ride looking at the many style homes. POA fees is what puts a stop on purchasing homes now at a 120 dollars plus per month. If you have the finances to live here it's worth it. I'm selling my place do to financial reasons. Which the best to all who lives here.


We purchased a home here in 2010 for a steal. There are tons of resale options but lots of the homes need some TLC. We happened to find a great home that had already been remodeled and jumped at the opportunity. My husband and I both golf so we love the courses and practice facilities here. The clubhouse has everything we could need. We make use of the pools and fitness center, the walking trails, tennis, etc. We also are involved in some of the clubs for art, gardening, cycling, pickleball ... we have a lot on the schedule!


We moved here 2 years ago hoping this would be a good fit for us. There has been unexpected and explosive growth and the unique character and charm of some of the neighborhoods is gone. Houses are being mass produced with the same craftsman style and on some streets it looks like a tract home neighborhood. The amenity that was extremely important to us was having access to a lap pool. Unfortunately the Wellness Center pool is poorly managed and most of the time is catered to water aerobics and other non swimming activities. This part of TN does not have other feasible options for lap swimmers. It’s not the wonderland we had hoped and I would caution anyone interested in moving here to really research the area. We should have done a more thorough investigation.


We moved here about 3 years ago. The property taxes are extremely low, there is no state income tax and sales tax is about 9% except groceries which are 6%. So all in all, good cost of living. In the past two years, this place has exploded. Home prices have almost doubled for all, not just new, houses. As a result, many of the facilities are so busy all the time, it is difficult to utilize them. For example, while there are 3 nice golf courses, you cannot get a tee time during the week in the morning as it is all leagues. The Wellness Center has an indoor pool, but again is used so much for classes, almost no free time to just swim laps. There is a Recreation Center that has rooms that are used for bridge, quilting, hand & foot, etc. But the parking lot is constantly full and sometimes you must park far away and walk on the road.
The are a huge variety of activities, truly something for everyone. Three churches right in the village. There are two restaurants that are subsidized by our HOA dues. Frankly, both overpriced and mediocre food. There are 3 independent restaurants within the village that are very good. There is a Food Lion grocery at one end of the village.
Our HOA dues go up 5% every year. ( the maximum allowed). There is a excellent fire department and emergency services right in Tellico.
It is 10-20 minutes to Lenior City where there are mostly chain restaurants, Walmart and Home Depot and some other grocery stores. For other shopping you must travel 30 minutes or more. We have not been impressed with the healthcare. Very difficult to find a good doctor and then it is usually over 3 months to get an appointment. Took me 6 months to get a dentist appointment.
The weather is great. Truly it is sunny most days except for when it rains. We have had several very hot summers, but that seems to be happening everywhere. However, even in the summer, it is usually cool enough in the morning to do outside activities. We have had some snowfall, twice. But it is melted by the next day.
One of reasons we moved here was because all the homes were different; didn’t have that planned community look. However, nearly ALL of the 400 new houses, are virtually the same. The overall character has changed.
But given all those positives, we have not found this place to be welcoming. There is little diversity and tolerance for others. We had hoped this would be our forever place, but alas it is not.

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