New Hermitage Community Celebrates the Great Outdoors

Drees Homes’ newest community in Hermitage is all about the great outdoors. Arbor Crest is located just off Hobson Pike and is nestled in between Percy Priest Lake and Long Hunter State Park. This unbelievably scenic location may be the perfect private oasis you’ve been dreaming of.

Percy Priest Lake and Long Hunter State Park lie just outside Arbor Crest’s border, and combine to form a truly remarkable community amenity. The 42 mile long 14,000 acre lake was completed in 1968, and includes recreational activities such as boating, camping, fishing, horseback riding, picnicking, wildlife watching, swimming, sailing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, water skiing, hiking and biking. Boat lovers will appreciate several nearby ramps for easy access to the lake, as well as Four Corners Marina and Hamilton Creek Marina less than 15 minutes away from the community, providing fishing gear, water sports rentals and restaurants.

In addition, Long Hunter State Park features over 20 miles of hiking trails, several of which are accessible on foot from the community. Follow these trails to Bryant Grove, where you can enjoy additional swimming and fishing opportunities, as well as two mountain bike trail loops. Plus, numerous camping destinations will make for a perfect weekend getaway without the long car ride!

Don’t feel like leaving home? No problem! Your new home at Arbor Crest will be situated on a perfectly treed home site, which serves as a natural complement to this picturesque community. Plus, you can enjoy the great outdoors on your covered patio or deck!

These wonderful amenities can be in your own backyard when you make the move to Arbor Crest in Hermitage. Visit Drees Homes to learn more.

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