Virtual Real Estate Solutions : Crossville TN Real Estate : Resort Style Living On the Cumberland Plateau.

Crossville TN Real Estate : Resort Style Living On the Cumberland Plateau.

Here in Tennessee these mountain views are plentiful. Add some golf courses, running creeks and streams with some waterfront living/views and we can make your dreams come alive here in Crossville, Tennessee.

With premier medical facilities, recreation and championship golf courses Crossville, Tennessee has something for everyone ! From boating, fishing, The Palace Theater, The Cumberland County Playhouse Crossville Tennessee is fun for the entire family.

If you are thinking of relocating or retiring to Crossville, Tennessee take a look at what we have to offer. Remember, we have LOW property taxes, NO state or school tax and Grand McNally loves us !

Cumberland Cove For Sale : Cumberland Cove offers mountain/bluff views with rock formations, caves, hiking trails, creeks and streams. Property starting as low as $9,999.00 per acre for all of this PLUS amenities!

Lake Tansi Resort : Come on over to Lake Tansi Resort where some of Crossville's premier Golf Courses are available to home/lot owners. Amenities include boating, fishing, recreation, private beaches, lakes and so much more. Own a piece of this heartland right now starting at $5,000 per lot !

Fairfield Glade : Welcome to Fairfield Glade. Home of championship Golf Courses, Condo living, waterfront living, recreation and a " home town feel". Lots starting at $6500 per lot all amenities included !

For more information on any of these premier subdivisions or other homes and land available in Crossville TN please contact

Cumberland Cove, Fairfield Glade, Lake Tansi

Crossville TN Real Estate

Serving all of the Cumberland Plateau

Mobile : 757-694-7013  Email : 

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“When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.” ― Helen Keller




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