Whether you’re walking outside Neyland Stadium on a Saturday just as the leaves start to turn the color of Tennessee’s football jerseys, or you’re bundled up with your children for ice skating at Market Square, it doesn’t take long to see Knoxville has just about everything anyone could want in a place to call home. Full of history and culture, Knoxville’s Appalachian roots are obvious from the music you can hear at one of our historic theaters or the scenery you’ll enjoy floating along the Tennessee River on one of more than five major lake ways in the region. If you prefer dry land, a hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is just 30 miles from downtown Knoxville. As you might imagine, that rugged history played a huge role in Knoxville’s past and continues to help shape the region today. Combine the area’s picturesque beauty with the low cost of living and it is easy to see how people quickly fall in love with this region. The state of Tennessee does not collect income tax and Knoxville’s cost of living index is 11 percent lower than the U.S. average.
Hardin Valley Heights
West Hardin Valley
Small enclave of craftsman style homes in a convenient West Knoxville location with easy access to West Knoxville, Oak Ridge, Downtown, Interstate, airport, Turkey Creek shopping, dining, and theatre. Cedar Bluff and Hardin Valley School district.View Full Details
From great schools to convenience to I-75 and Pellissippi Parkway, Dutchtown Woods, our newest Hughston Homes community offers a location that you will fall in love with. These brand new homes are Minutes away from the highly sought after Turkey Creek are...View Full Details