Jasper Highlands offers beautiful mountaintop homesites with scenic long range views and wooded privacy. Fully customized homes are built by our in-house team Jasper Highlands Homes. There is a 1,450 square foot minimum and house plans must be approved by the Architectural Review Board. With no time frame to build, you can purchase your property today and build at your convenience! View our custom house plans here… jasper-highlands-mtn-home-view


jasper-highlands-kimball-creek Property owners at Jasper Highlands have access to over 100+ miles of trails and community parks with scenic overlooks and beautiful waterfalls. Take a hike from Pat’s Summitt to the bottom of Raulston Falls or sit along the bluff at the end of Sweetgum Trail to enjoy the expansive Tennessee River Valley views. See more of our Parks & Trails here


With over 300 properties sold, we are asked almost every day where our buyers are coming from and the only way to sum it up is by saying, “everywhere.” Thirty three states (and Australia) are represented on the mountain with more popping up every day, as sales tripled from 2014 to 2015.

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Jasper Highlands is ideally located near the quaint towns of South Pittsburg and Jasper, Tennessee just off exit 152 on I-24 between Chattanooga and Nashville. With all the conveniences of a large city just 25 minutes away in Chattanooga and the friendliness of a small southern town just a short drive down the mountain, you couldn’t ask for a better location!

A Little About The Developer of Jasper Highlands…

Thunder Enterprises, located in Kimball, Tennessee, is a developer of fine homes and master-planned private communities in Tennessee, Wyoming, Montana, North Carolina and Hawaii. Since 1991, Thunder Enterprises has been a premier-property real estate developer involved in many local and regional projects. Dane Bradshaw, President of Thunder Enterprises, is heavily involved in the development and oversight of Jasper Highlands. You can follow Dane and the progress of Jasper Highlands at the Fence Post.