lAKE CHATUGE REAL ESTATE AND HOMES FOR SALE

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Real Estate Agent with Harry Norman Realtors

Lake Chatuge Real Estate and Lake Chatuge Homes for Sale.
We are the Lake Chatuge Experts !!!

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or Call us Today and Lets Start Your Search for Your Dream Home on Lake Chatuge !!!

We Also Offer Lake Access Homes and LakeFront Condos For Sale !!



The Jewel of the Mountains, Lake Chatuge is one of the most scenic lakes in the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
system, was formed in 1942 when the construction on the earth-filled dam was completed. The dam is located off Myers Chapel Road, about 3 miles southeast of Hayesville, at the Barnett Bridge in North Carolina just over the Towns County, GA. line. Chatuge Dam is 144 feet high and stretches 2,850 feet across the Hiwassee River. Chatuge reservoir covers about 7200 acres, with approximately 133 miles of shoreline, and a flood-storage capacity of 62,619 acre-feet. Although Chatuge was originally built to for water storage to help prevent flooding downstream, it currently serves many purposes, including flood control, electric power generation, augmentation of water flows for navigation downstream, and provides numerous recreational opportunities, including boating, swimming, skiing, camping, hiking and fishing. Thirty-two species of fish inhabit Lake Chatuge, with smallmouth bass, large-mouth, spotted, white, and hybrids are stocked annually. More info. about fishing Chatuge:
georgiawildlife.dnr.state.ga.us


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Amanda Brock-Barnes, Realtor

Union Realty Group LLC
2010 & 2011 Million Dollar Producer
Foreclosure Resource Certificaton (SFR)

Office: 706-745-2188
Cell: 706-897-6636
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Comments (1)

Team Honeycutt
Allen Tate - Concord, NC

Lake Chatuge sounds like a great place to live or visit.  The recreational opportunities seem to be endless.

Betty            

May 17, 2012 06:36 AM