This property located on the banks of the Fort Loudon Lake is second to none not only in Tennessee. The 7,731-square-foot retreat was built in 2006 and newly done up, updated with 350,000-dollar-worth high-end technology.
The luxury home features five bedrooms, four of which have breathtaking views of the lake, five full and one partial bathrooms, formal dining area, a gorgeous media room (with all the state-of-the-art equipment), sauna room, just off the entertainment area, with sparkling new bathroom, basement recreation room, breakfast room, eat-in kitchen, extra storage space, utility room, office and workshop. It practically includes every amenity one could dream of. Upon entering the entrance hall you have a sweeping view of the whole length of the house.
Yet, what makes it really special is the paradisiacal Johan Marais-designed outdoor (he is noted for having designed water parks all over the country). The listing describes it as a Medieval-inspired village where all specific elements can be found: fountains, waterwheel, bridges and numerous levels with entertaining areas such as fabulous waterfalls, observation towers, bar areas pizza wood-fire brick ovens, outdoor fireplaces, patio and covered porch, deck and boat dock. There is also an attached three-car garage.