This 5+ acre tract is zoned for tourist commercial development. It has good visibility, adequate road frontage, rolling topography, and municipal utilities nearby. It seems well-suited for hotel, retail, and restaurant development. In 2006, a reputable engineering firm prepared site plans for the property, to include a 4-story 80-room hotel, a 3-story 60-room hotel, a 208-seat restaurant, and 203 parking spaces. The property is priced below the 2006 purchase price and the current tax appraised value. Sevier County and Great Smoky Mountains National Park attract 15 million annual visitors, and Winfield Dunn Parkway, off of I-40 Exit 407, is the primary traffic artery for those visitors.