The Lake House

This magnificent 8,600 square feet million dollar executive home with 11 bedrooms, sleeping up to a maximum of 30 adults & children, is situated on an elevated position exclusively occupying the entire 5 acre private gated wooded peninsular on the picturesque Douglas Lake. The home, with 270 degree lakefront access, offers superb accommodation in luxury and privacy for large groups in an impressive, beautifully furnished, and well equipped 4 story home.

Visualize sipping your morning coffee on one of the balconies affording views over the beautiful lake with the Smoky Mountains in the background, or enjoying a “sundowner” drink relaxing on the 256 square foot boat deck overlooking the lake, or finishing off your day sitting around the fire pit with a Jack Daniel's before returning to the home to watch a movie in your private movie theater.

Everything in the home is top of the line – recently redecorated ...

...and with many upgrades installed including new living room sofas with recliners, new hot tub, new double oven, new fridge/freezer, water cooler, new electronic equipment including theater room projector, additional theater room seating, large flat screen televisions, DVD players, Blu-Ray players, new flooring and carpeting, Oklahoma Joe Smoker & BBQ, and new A/C units.

A new boat dock was recently constructed with a huge 16ft x 16ft deck overlooking the lake plus a 24ft x4ft exclusive floating dock & a large adjacent fire pit area with seating – an idyllic setting for a cold drink as the sun sets.

The Lake House is just minutes from the Appalachian towns of Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, and Gatlinburg with numerous restaurants offering a wide choice of cuisine, fabulous shopping, and many entertainments including several excellent dinner theaters. The magnificent Smoky Mountains National Park with it's scenic grandeur is a little further. Your luxurious “home from home” will provide you with all the privacy and peace that you desire in a magnificent lakeside setting.

This is a rare find of a property close to the scenic grandeur of the world-famous Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Aerial shot of the Lake House Aerial shot of the Lake House & lake

A rare find in the Smoky Mountains, there’s something for everyone staying at this stunning million dollar lakefront home located on the magnificent Douglas Lake surrounded by mountains & rolling hills. Take advantage of the wide variety of in house activities including the games room, cinema room, the private boat dock & deck, & lakeside fire pit. Visit the nearby theme parks, live theaters & don't miss a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, America’s most visited national park. Take part in activities on both land, travel to nearby nature centers, and water. Enjoy a water sports facilities available on Douglas Lake, 43.1 miles long with a 555 miles shoreline & a maximum depth of 140 feet and renowned amongst anglers for great fishing opportunities.

Nearby Pigeon Forge and Sevierville, Dolly Parton’s hometown, offers visitors the world famous Dollywood Theme Park, Splash Country, & Dixie Stampede Dinner Theatre plus several other dinner theatres including the Hatfield & McCoys Dinner Feud and others; NASCAR Speedpark; Flyaway Indoor skydiving; Wild water rafting; Riding stables; Museums; art galleries; Outlet malls & over 200 shops; 70 restaurants; 7 Scenic helicopter tours and much much more.

A little further on is Gatlinburg, the gateway to the magnificent Great Smoky Mountains National Park, with over 400 speciality shops; boutiques; galleries; stores; in excess of 100 restaurants; 5 malls; Ober Gatlinburg – a park & ski area with a large mall with indoor amusements; a skating rink; snack bars; restaurants & stores. There is also an alpine slide & a chairlift to the top of Mount Harrison with the most fabulous scenic views over the Smoky Mountains.

Close by is also Townsend, the quintessential Appalachian town, popular for outdoor enthusiasts and situated in the beautiful Tuckaleechee Cove surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Townsend is renowned for its charming shops, art galleries, antique shops, quirky cafes, and excellent restaurants.

Knoxville, just a drive away, is home to more than 20 museums, 600 restaurants, 7 historic houses, the Urban Wilderness Project covering over 1,000 acres of woodlands, and the cultural downtown heart of the city – the Market Square District offering a hive of activities including live entertainers.

Combine this unforgettable experience with a visit to Nashville or Memphis or Chattanooga.

Nashville is the home of country music & the Grand Ole Opry. Filled with cultural attractions, a vibrant assortment of entertainment, & some of the best restaurants in the South.

Memphis, the birthplace to the blues, rock ‘n’ roll, & soul is also the home of Elvis Presley’s Gracelands, Beale Street, Sun Studios, & many superb restaurants & shops.

Chattanooga on the magnificent Tennessee River offers cruises on the South Belle riverboat, & with incredible panoramic views from Lookout Mountain, plus hundreds of restaurants, shops, & places of interest.

Nearby activities include hiking and walking trails whilst enjoying gorgeous views, boating, water skiing, jet skiing, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, cycling, rock climbing, photography, golfing, horseback riding, sight-seeing, bird watching, walking, museum visits, shopping, entertainments, dinner theatres, live theatres, theme parks, water parks, winery & distillery tours, nature centres, & visiting the world famous Great Smoky Mountain National Park to follow the 850 miles of hiking trails through its incredible scenic beauty and wide variety of wildlife.

Dolly Parton offers the world famous Dollywood which includes the crafts & music of Smoky Mountains plus concerts and music events throughout the year, Splash Country, & Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction. Dollywood also hosts 6 of the South's largest festivals annually between March to November.

Nearby festivals (and there are many more in addition to those listed below) include:-

February - The International Festival at Oak Ridge, Winter Beer Fest at Townsend ; March - Knox Shamrock Fest & the Big Ears Festival at Knoxville, Chattanooga Wine Festival the Brew Skies Beer & Food Festival at Chattanooga; April - Chuck Wagon Cookoff at Pigeon Forge, Winter Warm-up Beer Festival, Water Lantern Festival, Rossini International Street Fair, Southern Tequila & Taco Festival, Dogwood Art Festival all at Knoxville; May - Spring Festival at Townsend, Smoky Mountain Wine Fest at Gatlinburg, Smoky Mountain Fun Fest at Pigeon Forge, Farragut Food & Wine Festival & the Marble Vestival Festival, Bloomin BBQ & Bluegrass Festival at Sevierville, Street Food Festival & the River Bend Festival at Chattanooga; June - Dragon Boat Festival & the Knoxville BrewFest & the Kuumba Festival at Knoxville; July - Patriot Festival at Pigeon Forge, Festival on the 4th at Knoxville, Franklin on the Fourth & the Fiddlers Jamboree at Franklin, Summer Craft Fair at Gatlinburg; August - 2nd Bell Music Festival & the German Fest & the Historical Society Fair at Knoxville, African Street Festival at Jackson; September - Taste of Autumn at Gatlinburg, Heritage Day at Pigeon Forge, Hollerpaloosa Street Fair & the Big Kahuna Wing Festival & the ArabFest & the IndiaFest & the GreekFest & the Brewers Jam at Knoxville, Scots-Irish Festival at Dandridge, Music Festival at Franklin; October - Smoky Mountain Homecoming at Sevierville, Back at the Park & the HoLa Festival & the International Food Festival & STEAM Carnival at Knoxville, Fall Craft Fair at Gatlinburg, PumpkinFest & the Wine Festival at Franklin: November - Wine Down Main Street & Holiday Market at Franklin, Chili Cookoff & the Festival of Trees at Gatlinburg, Fantasy of Trees at Knoxville; December - Dickens of a Christmas at Franklin.

International flights from worldwide locations including Europe, South America, the Caribbean, Canada, China, Japan, Africa, and the Far East are available to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, and internal fights go into McGhee Tyson Airport at Knoxville. Car hire is available at each airport.

Alternatively there are excellent road services to the Lake House using the Interstate and County Road networks.

The nearest airport is McGhee Tyson Airport in Knoxville.

Minimum stay - 3 nights. A non-refundable deposit of 25% is payable on booking with the balance due 8 weeks prior to arrival date or by an agreed payment schedule. A Cleaning Fee of US$425 & a Damage Deposit of US$750 are also payable with the final balance. The Damage Deposit is refunded within 14 days of departure subject to no damages.

This is a strictly no smoking property.

Strictly no pets.

Free WiFi is available. There is no landline/payphone telephone service.

Please ensure you enquire regarding wheelchair accessibility as access is limited

Please note the community swimming pool is open only during the summer months.

Please note the water level of Douglas Lake is lowered during the winter months by the Tennessee Valley Authority.

Exclusive & private lakefront amenities & facilities are accessible by way of a stairway or a pathway from the driveway, & include a huge 256 square feet deck overlooking the lake, a 24 ft x 4 ft floating boat dock, a stairway leading down to the water level of the lake, & a large adjacent wood fuel only fire pit with seating. For convenience for guests, strip lighting has been installed on the stairways & on the deck railings plus a pathway from the drive through the trees to the fire pit & boat deck & dock. There is an also a small jetty for use by kayak or canoe users, accessible down a pathway from the driveway at the side of the house.

A Oklahoma Joe's Smoker & BBQ is available for guests.

Nearby community facilities include swimming pool, clubhouse, children's play area, & a community boat ramp with free & open access is available in the lake inlet adjacent to the Lake House. Please note that the swimming pool is only open from late may to September.

There are several marinas on Douglas Lake offering rentals of Pontoon Boats, Wave-runners, Jet Skis, & Sea Doos with a selection of Towables including Tubes, Skis, Wakeboards & Kneeboards.

Douglas Lake offers excellent fishing opportunities with largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, & catfish being the most popular game fish with sauger, walleye, & white bass also providing excellent fishing opportunities when they make their late-winter spawning runs to the headwaters.

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Rental PricesPrices based on a 7 night rental
MEMORIAL WEEKEND - DAILY RATE - 3 night min stay
$1,495
June 2 to July 1 - DAILY RATE - 3 night min stay
$1,395
INDEPENDENCE WEEK - DAILY RATE - 5 night min stay
$1,895
July 8 to Sept 2 - DAILY RATE - 3 night min stay
$1,395
LABOR DAY WEEKEND - DAILY RATE- - 3 night min stay
$1,495
Sept 8 to Nov 19 - DAILY RATE - 3 night min stay
$1,395
October 16 to Nov 22 - DAILY RATE
$1,295
THANKSGIVING - DAILY RATE - 5 night min stay
$1,875
Nov 29 to Dec 17 - DAILY RATE - 3 night min stay
$1,295
Dec 18 to 27 - DAILY RATE - 4 night min stay
$1,895
Dec 28 to Jan 3 - DAILY RATE - 4 night min stay
$1,895
Jan 3 to April 13, 2022 - DAILY RATE- 3 night min
$1,195

Note: *Prices shown are for the entire property with occupancy up to 30 adults/children and not per person.

Low Season rates ranges from US$1,195 per night

Mid Season rates ranges from US$1,295 ...

...per night

High Season rates ranges from US$1,795 per night

*Prices do not include the Cleaning Fee of US$445 nor the Refundable Damage Deposit of US$750

*Minimum rental period is 3 nights except for Xmas, New Year, Independence Week, & Thanksgiving Week when the minimum rental period is 4/5 nights.

Special discounts are available for 7 night bookings, and for mid- week bookings.

Payment can be made in US Dollars, Sterling, or Euros.

Prices may be subject to change.

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Check in not earlier than 4 a.m.

Check out not later than 10 a.m.

3 night Minimum booking.

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