lake tansi or holiday hills

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lora

United States

#1 Jun 28, 2010
My husband and I have been given an oppurtunity to move into Lake Tansi or Holiday Hills. We have narrowed our selection down to that. Please tell me things you know about the areas. How is Brown Elem compared to Martin Elem? Thank you.
violet

Crossville, TN

#2 Jun 28, 2010
lora wrote:
My husband and I have been given an oppurtunity to move into Lake Tansi or Holiday Hills. We have narrowed our selection down to that. Please tell me things you know about the areas. How is Brown Elem compared to Martin Elem? Thank you.
ok they are both great places to live, buti would go to sheriffs dept here in crossville and ask someone there about the communities and the statics of drugs, crime etc. that would be the main concern for choosing the school,(because these are the parents of the children whom attend school).

Since: Jan 10

detroit,michigan

#3 Jun 28, 2010
i have a aunt who lives in holiday hills,and she hasnt had a problem their with thiefs.[yet]she has lived their for about 15 years and says the neighbors stick to their selfs.cant tell ya about the schools.
Curious

Crossville, TN

#4 Jun 28, 2010
Where in Lake Tansi are you considering moving to?
I live on the lake and golf course and absolutely love it, but I do think some of the remote areas of Tansi are a bit questionable.
boots

Cookeville, TN

#5 Jun 28, 2010
Holiday Hills hands down. We have been here 7 years. Love the lake and proximity to everything.
wltg

Stuart, FL

#6 Jun 28, 2010
From the little I know about either place I would have to say Holiday Hills. It seems to be a very pleasant area that is closer to ammentities than Tansi. My total reasoning is the ammentities. What I have seen of Tansi it is also very nice, but it seems it would be more difficult to just "run to the store".

As far as schools go, it is my understanding that you can chose your school there. In other words if you don't like what you hear about the school your kids are supposed to go to you can just put them somewhere else. Go figure.
moving

Morehead, KY

#7 Jun 29, 2010
we also are moving to crossville.our realtor has found a house on cheerokee trail in lake tansi is this a good area? we have not seen the house.
ForwardObserver

Cookeville, TN

#8 Jun 29, 2010
Curious wrote:
Where in Lake Tansi are you considering moving to?
I live on the lake and golf course and absolutely love it, but I do think some of the remote areas of Tansi are a bit questionable.
There is only one parcel that touches both the golf course and Lake Tansi.
ForwardObserver

Cookeville, TN

#9 Jun 29, 2010
moving wrote:
we also are moving to crossville.our realtor has found a house on cheerokee trail in lake tansi is this a good area? we have not seen the house.
Cherokee Trail is several miles long and circles Lake Tansi but all of it would generally be considered a good area.
ForwardObserver

Cookeville, TN

#10 Jun 29, 2010
lora wrote:
My husband and I have been given an oppurtunity to move into Lake Tansi or Holiday Hills. We have narrowed our selection down to that. Please tell me things you know about the areas. How is Brown Elem compared to Martin Elem? Thank you.
Both are good schools IMO. Many areas of Tansi have been plagued by burglaries. Some areas of Holiday Hills have too. Plan on the expense of a good burglar alarm, get to know your neighbors and consider getting a dog although there was a burglary near Tansi a couple of weeks ago where the burglars even took the home owner's dog.
Charlimax

Crossville, TN

#11 Jun 29, 2010
Brown Elementary was a good school. My grandson has went there for the last 5 years, for the last 2 years it has went downhill fast. We will be homeschooling starting this fall. There is quite a few threads on Cumberland County Schools. I would suggest a lot of research. Cumberland County politics ensures that the schools get the very least support possible. On a positive note I love Lake Tansi.
CROSSVILLE KID

Crossville, TN

#12 Jun 29, 2010
Brown sucks, martin is a way better school for your children if you move out to brown sorry to say this but your kid will be a dopehead and no not weed, meth and pills and w/e they sell at that school
violet

Crossville, TN

#13 Jun 29, 2010
been doing a little researching, i think holiday hills is your best place to live.
Rebel

Crossville, TN

#14 Jun 29, 2010
I'd go with Holiday Hills...just because it's close to everything...a trip to Walmart from Tansi, is a good 30 min trip...and thats if there were NO road construction....

And no...just because you like/dislike a school doesn't mean you can just "change"...there is such a thing as zoning...and you must prove where you live to transfer...trust me...
jolene

Crossville, TN

#15 Jun 30, 2010
rebel is very right about zoning, trust me they gave me hell because i wanted to send my child to a different school than what i was zoned for.
traveler

Crossville, TN

#16 Jun 30, 2010
Holiday Hills is a much better area to live, I have personally lived in the Lake Tansi area and wouldn't live there again if I was paid to, the fees are ridiculious and the security officers are a joke.
Tansi resident

Lexington, TN

#17 Jun 30, 2010
I agree with traveler. I live in Tansi now and the fees are ridiculous. And I would read the paper as to all of the break-in problems we are having. Not to mention how the POA does not have the backbone to enforce our "rules and regulations" I would get out and ride around in Tansi and I don't mean just Cherokee Trail and were the big houses are. I mean the side streets off of Big Horn Drive etc... Alot of homes are not taken care of. Cars parking in the road instead of the drive way, trash every where yards not mowed etc... Brown used to be a good school I don't know what the problem is over there as to why it has went down hill. Good luck in your choice.
red head 2

Orlando, FL

#18 May 12, 2012
hey anyone who lives in holidays hill can you please tell me if you have to no anybody to have premit to fish on a boat here
hmmmmmm

Crossville, TN

#19 May 12, 2012
what are twoland development schemes from the 70's that were built in an economically fragile area, that quickly turned into glorified subdivisions without any perks to owning inside them?I'll take backwater human sludge ponds for 200 next Alex.
My Opinion

Crossville, TN

#20 May 15, 2012
Tansi POA are a bunch of money hungry greedy pricks

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