I am right in that range per the less-than-reliable-caliper tests that they do at my local YMCA.
I probably would characterize my physical state as one of constant low grade fatigue, but I don't think it has anything to do with body fat percentage, but rather the cumulative toll that consistent mileage has on my energy levels, combined with life (work stress, three young kids, too little sleep, etc.).
My weight typically fluctuates over a range of 4-5 pounds when viewed over time, and I really don't notice any energy level difference during the times when I am heavier (and presumably eating more) as compared to when I am at or moving toward the lower end of my range; so I don't think my weight is the fatigue causing issue for me.
That being said, when I have affirmatively tried to lose weight in the past by running calorie deficits, I definitely noticed decreased energy levels, higher hunger levels, an occasional low grade headache and other minor symptoms stemming from the caloric deficit. Once I adjusted to the deficit, and certainly once I plateaued at my goal weight, those symptoms went away.