Located in beautiful East Tennessee, LashBrooke lies in northern Blount County on the main channel of the Tennessee River. This particular section of river is controlled downstream by the Tennessee Valley Authority’s reservoir, Fort Loudoun Dam, and known as Fort Loudoun Lake.
LashBrooke occupies 188 acres with an estimated 128 individual residences when at full occupancy. LashBrooke’s forests, small lakes, and vegetated areas provide for a wide variety of bird and animal species throughout the year such as Osprey, Great Blue Heron, Canadian Geese, deer, and turkey. Sport fishing opportunities on the Tennessee River are extensive and provide tremendous potential for recreational sport fishing enthusiasts. Significant populations of largemouth bass, bluegills, crappies, and channel catfish exist in the immediate vicinity.
Designed by one of the Southeast’s finest and most respected land planning firms, LashBrooke’s home sites and roads take advantage of the beautiful views and natural amenities found here in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. As a private, planned, and exclusive community, LashBrooke is one of the most desired addresses in East Tennessee.