Kirkstone Lake real estate is considered a beautiful, but lesser known, market for lake homes and lake lots in Tennessee.
Kirkstone Lake homes for sale have an average list price of $234,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.
Kirkstone Lake is part of Fairfield Glade Community Club, which includes golf courses, lakes, marinas, and other recreational opportunities for members and nearby residents.
The community and lake are in Crossville, Tennessee, about an hour's drive from Knoxville.
The McGhee Tyson Airport is under 75 miles away, and the Cumberland Medical Center is around 15 miles away.
Residents can also visit the nearby Crossville Outlet Center and a variety of local restaurants, such as Willow Cafe & Catering.
Spanning 19.4 acres, Kirkstone Lake is the perfect place to kick back and relax.
Residents can find plenty to do on the water. Residents can swim or boat around the lake, and anglers will love the local populations of panfish, bass, catfish, and tilapia.
To boat on the lake, the craft must have a registration sticker or a visitor sticker. These are available at both marinas. Powerboats, non-motorized boats, paddle boarders, and swimmers share the water, so following the "no wake lake" rule is important!
Those looking for fun off the water can visit the nearby town of Crossville.
One popular attraction is the Cumberland Mountain State Park, where visitors can hike the trails and relax in nature.
Another popular attraction is the Stonehaus Winery, where visitors can tour the vineyard and even attend a tasting.
The nearby area of Knoxville is bustling with an abundance of activities and sights for residents and visitors.
The Knoxville Zoo is one very popular attraction. Here, guests can see a variety of exotic animals, including red pandas and Malayan tigers.
Another popular attraction is the Star of Knoxville Riverboat, where guests can take a riverboat tour with beautiful sights, enjoy an on-deck dinner, and even host parties.
Those looking for a place to kick back and relax will love living on Kirkstone Lake.