Which Lake Should We Build Our House On?



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After talking to Bruce & Beth, we are now extremely excited by all the new possibilities available to us.

We had never even thought of living on a lake before!

Here are some of the lakes around here that we feel are worth exploring…

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At this point, we’ve decided to open up our search to include West Tennessee and East Tennessee — in addition to right here in Middle Tennessee.

Actually… wherever the biggest, nicest lakes are. That’s where we’re looking.

I’m going to concentrate my efforts for awhile on this website: Lakehouse.com. It lists only homes and pieces of land that are for sale on water in all 50 states. So It’s perfect!

Here are all the lakes in Tennessee (with land for sale).

So Many Lakes To Explore

The lakes that are open to consideration at this point (based on the types & prices of homes currently available) are:

Middle Tennessee

West Tennessee

East Tennessee

Combined with the RealTracs property search by county, it’s not hard to come up with a list of places to visit!

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