Five years before they retired, they began searching in a few different areas until a friend told them about Tellico Lake. The minute they drove into Rarity Bay, they knew they were home. Impressed by the gorgeous mountain views and glistening water, they built their first house in Rarity Bay in 2000.
Dink and her husband love the close-knit community and the efforts everyone makes to reach out to newcomers and make them feel comfortable. In her own effort to give back, Dink serves on the CAI Board and is president of the Women’s Club, where she helped institute a lot of the present structure of the organization. And life is never boring with all of the activities in the area, such as golf, horseback riding, a dog park and (of course) the lake.
In fact, the lake is one of the reasons why the Boundys recently relocated to another lot in 2012—so they could be on the water and have more outdoor entertaining space. According to Dink, there is no better view than the stunning lakefront at their new home. They absolutely love every last detail of the house and have nothing but praise for the builder, VWCA Construction. They truly feel as though this is their dream home and look forward to many more years in their precious Rarity Bay community.
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