The west shore of Tellico Lake is commonly known as Tellico Village. The neighborhoods within the village offer open access via a network of tree lined lanes.

Cooper Communities developed the project beginning in 1986. The village includes approximately 5,000 acres of prime East Tennessee property. The latest demographics state there are 6,750 residents living in the various neighborhoods within Tellico Village.
The village is a planned adult community where the average age of residents is almost 70.

The Tellico Village golf and lake properties are single family residential, duplex homes and villas. Residents have access to numerous marinas, yacht club, three championship golf courses, huge wellness center, recreation center, and the community center.

The village is administrated by the Tellico Village POA. The monthly assessments include membership in all three of the private championship golf courses, the Yacht Club and the community’s other amenities. There is also a Homeowners Association for the purpose of expressing the residents views.

The Tellico Village Yacht Club houses the Blue Heron Restaurant. There is a large marina in the same complex. The complex is adjacent to the main channel midway between the dam and the upper end of the lake.

The three championship golf courses include Toqua, Tanasi, and the Links at Kahite. Each of the courses has a clubhouse with cafes for those wishing to visit. Toqua is a par 72 course fronting on Tellico Lake featuring holes 3, 14 and 15 on the shoreline. The Tanasi course holes 1, 17 and 18 play over water and offers scenic panoramas and challenges its golfers. The Links at Kahite is a links course with 93 sand bunkers in the 7,100 yard course including the 808 yard ninth hole.

Even from a distance – you can view the many homes available in Tellico Village by CLICKING ANYWHERE in this paragraph – take your time and enjoy the adventure. We hope you love East Tennessee and our lakes as much as we do !

Residents of Tellico Village enjoy the benefits of no income tax in Tennessee including no tax on retirement income. Kiplinger recently stated that Tennessee is one of the top 4 states for retirement – tax friendly, low cost-of-living, and stable financial base of the state. The Mercatus Center at Mason University rated Tennessee eighth of all states for fiscal soundness.