If you've ever dreamed of living in a lakefront home at Norris Lake, your dreams are about to come true. At Hickory Pointe you can expect days filled with spectacular endless views and miles of ever-changing shoreline. A wonderful place for the perfect lifestyle. Hickory Pointe is Tennessee's best kept secret.
Hickory Pointe is noted for it's natural beauty and perfect harmony. The location provides easy access to the mountains, wilderness, water and moderate climate. Whether for investment, retirement or a vacation getaway, Hickory Pointe is the perfect choice for you and your family. The lakefront and lake view lots provide the perfect picturesque view of the spectacular Cumberland Gap Mountains and Norris Lake in a warm and friendly environment. Preserved wooded areas and open spaces will be meticulously designed to retain the area’s natural beauty while encouraging a community lake living environment. All amenities are designed to make life here truly rewarding at every turn.
Hickory Pointe Amenities
- Norris Lakefront Community
- 218 acres of forests and land that slope gently toward the calm clear water of Norris Lake and the Clinch River.
- 1,650 sq ft club house with kitchen, large covered porch for BBQ's, and outdoor swimming pool. Great for family, friends and event gatherings.
- Well, water and septic
- Telephone and power
Imagine exciting days on Norris Lake filled with things to do, places to see and the balance of nature for you and your family.
Hickory Pointe offers a variety of outdoor activities for all ages and is a great place to make the best of your summers. With more than 800 miles of shoreline on Norris Lake, you can expect to find plenty for outdoor activities and fun. Hickory Pointe is in close proximity to the Chuck Swan Wildlife Management Area, Museum of Appalachia, and Oak Ridge's American Museum of Science and Energy. Just as close is the city of Knoxville, Gatlinburg, Sevierville, and Cherokee reservation. It is a easy drive to the state parks surrounding Hickory Pointe such as Big South Fork, Cove Lake, Cumberland Gap, Big Ridge State Park, and the Great Smoky Mountains.
Some outdoor activities include:
Cumberland Gap Mountains
Discover the beauty and richness of the Cumberland Gap Mountains National Historical Park that covers 21,000 acres. 14,000 acres are managed as wilderness. Within its boundaries are 23 cave systems and 70 miles of scenic hiking trails. One of the park's most popular natural attractions is Cudjo Cave, a limestone cavern that over the decades has been known by a variety of names, including Gap Cave and Soldier's Cave.
Norris Lake extends 72 miles up the Clinch River and 56 miles up the Powell River. It has over 800 miles of shoreline with a surface area of 34,200 acres. If you are looking for the perfect place for fishing and boating, Norris lake is the place. It produces excellent catches of rock fish, walleye, and bass, as well as the usual species found in other area lakes. The months of June through September are popular for night fishing. Small mouth bass, crappie, white bass and walleye can be found.