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Clinch River - Roane County 

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Kingston, Tennessee

Acres: 18.300  
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5 7.0  

Kingston, Tennessee

Sq Ft: 10937   Year: 1982 Acres: 46.100  

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Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Sq Ft: 3461   Year: 2022 Acres: 0.570  

Nearly 10 acres of private land with gorgeous views of the lake...

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Harriman, Tennessee

Acres: 9.540  

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Kingston, Tennessee

Acres: 1.320  

Beautiful view potential! As you approach the end of the paved...

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Harriman, Tennessee

Acres: 1.700  

Prime Lakefront Lot Opportunity in Harriman! 110' of Clinch...

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Harriman, Tennessee

Acres: 1.070  

The Clinch River is just beyond your back yard. Magnificent...

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Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Acres: 0.810  

The Clinch River is just beyond your back yard. Magnificent...

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Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Acres: 0.660  

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Harriman, Tennessee

Sq Ft: 3692   Year: 2023 Acres: 2.100  

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Harriman, Tennessee

Sq Ft: 2636   Year: 1988 Acres: 0.820  
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Kathy May-Martin: Clinch River - Roane County Real Estate Agent Info

Kathy May-Martin is the Owner and Managing Broker of Coldwell Banker Jim Henry & Associates, A recognized face and persona in the real estate industry throughout the East Tennessee Area, living by her motto. "I Guarantee my Personal Best.” A best-selling author and producing Broker in the Knoxville region, Kathy May-Martin has always possessed an entrepreneurial spirit. Kathy's Knowledge and Expertise along with her passion for helping others has served her and her clients extremely well over the past 30 years. She has led an accomplished career as an Agent and Broker, establishing a network of satisfied clients that spans the state. Today, Kathy is the Successful Owner and Managing Broker of Coldwell Banker Jim Henry & Associates, where she assists clients throughout the East Tennessee areas. A dedicated real estate leader, she stands out as one of the most accomplished professionals in the industry. A global luxury agent, and featured in numerous notable publications such as Cover of The "Top 100 People In Real Estate Magazine", Cover of CIO Women's Magazine "Top Women Leaders in Real Estate, Success Pitchers Magazine "Most Eminent Leaders In Real Estate", Top Executive Magazine ``Agent Of the Month'', Two Time Cover Story Top Agent Tennessee, Cio Today, "Top 5 Unstoppable Business Women Creating History in The Business World 2024" and most recently World's Most Admired Women Leaders In Real Estate 2024. Kathy credits her success to her strong work ethic, commitment to service, and attention to detail, along with exceptional negotiating and communication skills. When listing a property, Kathy prefers a comprehensive approach. After assisting her clients to fully prepare for the market, she shares their listing with a highly targeted hybrid blend of networking, digital, and social media marketing campaigns. Using the latest cutting-edge strategies and resources available to ensure her sellers possess every advantage in getting their property SOLD faster and with more equity to their bottom line. Elsewhere, Kathy is just as attentive when assisting her buyers, carefully guiding them to the right investment for their best interests. Over the years, she has earned a fantastic reputation throughout Tennessee, with the vast majority of her volume coming from repeat clients and referrals. Locally Kathy pays it forward by investing in the communities she lives and works in. Voted Roane County's Woman of the Year in 2021, Kathy is dedicated to her community, serving as Chair of The Fort Sanders Foundation Board of Directors, serves on the local Chamber of Commerce board, and is a long-standing member of the Harriman Rotary Club. A past Chair of the Boy Scouts of America, Eagle Creek District which spans across five counties, and served as Roane County's Campaign Chair for Governor Bill Lee. She is heavily involved in a variety of local causes, schools, and organizations throughout the year. Kathy is equally devoted to her industry as the author of the popular book The Essential Guide to Buying and Selling Homes, which features key insights gleaned from her prestigious real estate career and is recognized as an "Amazon Best Selling Author" and excited to release a new book to the market in 2024. When she's not with clients or giving back, Kathy can be found spending time with her family and friends, relaxing on the lake, Hiking, or Golfing.

Clinch River - Roane County Information


Clinch River, Tennessee for Outdoor Days and Knoxville Nights Clinch River was once called by its Cherokee name, Pellissippi River, which means “winding waters.” This is an appropriate appellation, as the river courses for 300 miles from Virginia to Tennessee, winding through the Appalachian Valley. This waterway takes the name Clinch after the man who explored the region. Your Clinch River riverfront property will be nestled in this verdant wilderness, but also near the lively city of Knoxville. Tips for Fishing and Boating on Clinch River A Clinch River riverfront property is the perfect place for the serious trout fisherman. Clinch River is stocked by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency with rainbow trout and brown trout, and the 13-mile tailwater by Norris Dam is considered one of the premier trout fisheries in North America. The brown trout are especially large. If trout isn’t your game, that’s ok. Crappie, walleye, and several varieties of bass are also found in Clinch River. Fishing is done by wading or by boat, depending on whether the generators for the dam are running. Boating is another great way to enjoy an afternoon away from your Clinch River riverfront property. A number of boat launches for canoes and kayaks are managed by the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Association. The water that extends past the Norris Dam, north of Knoxville, is rated as class I-II, which means that the water is usually calm and requires only basic paddle skills to maneuver. This relaxing stretch of water spans over 50 miles, making this the perfect place for a casual float. The Clinch River area is overflowing with breathtaking scenery and opportunities to explore nature beyond the river itself. Your Clinch River riverfront property will be near several protected forests, like Daniel Boone National Forest, the Catoosa Wildlife Management Area, the Chattahoochee National Forest, and the Nantahala National Forest. With all of this beautiful wilderness at your doorstep, you won’t run out of adventures to have and wonders to discover. Things to Do in Knoxville Your Clinch River riverfront property will be a short drive from Knoxville, Tennessee. Lucky for you, Knoxville was recently named a “Top 10 Destination on the Rise” by Trip Advisor in 2014, which means that there is a lot to do and see in this vibrant city that blends the Southern hospitality of the Great Smoky Mountains with historic and contemporary attractions and nightlife that draw locals and tourists alike. Market Square, like Knoxville itself, has a lot to offer. This is a one-stop-shop for dining, movies, shopping, and a wide array of special events that take place on different days. Market Square has a farmer’s market on Wednesday and Saturday to help you stock your kitchen in your Clinch River riverfront rental property. If you visit during September or October, you can watch an outdoor movie sponsored by the public library. It won’t cost anything to visit, either, since there is plenty of free parking. West Knoxville is home to Connors Steak and Seafood. As you can guess from the restaurant’s name, this establishment is famous for its fresh seafood and steaks. Apart from its signature offerings, Connors offers soups, salads, poultry pastas, sandwiches, and burgers. The lobster crab bisque garners high praise from diners. The Tennessee Theater was opened in 1928 to moviegoers who described it as a “movie palace.” It’s easy to see why—the Spanish-Moorish interior features crystal chandeliers and Italian terrazzo flooring in the lobby. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and today visitors can enjoy vintage films (like Rocky Horror Picture Show and Dirty Dancing), musical and opera productions (like Chicago or La Boheme), classical concerts (from the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra), and performances from some of music’s greats (like ZZ Top and Bob Dylan). When you rent a Clinch River riverfront property, you are not only getting a home situated on a river known for exemplary fishing and recreation set against a backdrop of unparalleled rustic beauty. You are also becoming a Knoxville native with a front row seat to excellent dining, charming shops, and a rich arts community.

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