Knoxville Real Estate - Knoxville Homes - Knoxville Condos
Including all Knox County Real Estate

Within the market for Knoxville real estate, a wide range of Knoxville condos and Knoxville homes await your consideration as your next home or investment. Selections can include lake-front homes, lake-view homes, lake access homes, and mountain-view homes. Take a look at the Knoxville real estate listings for Knoxville condos and townhouses and Knoxville homes. Whether you are looking for a permanent home, a retirement home, or an investment, your home, townhouse, or condo in Knoxville is waiting for you to discover it. We will help you. We provide below pre-set searches designed to help you get started with your examination of Knoxville real estate.

 


 

Knoxville, Tennessee: a terrific place for living and retirement

Knoxville TN is the third-largest city in the state of Tennessee--only Memphis and Nashville areKnoxville with Great Smoky Mountains in background larger. Knoxville is the oldest of Tennessee’s larger cities, having been founded in 1791. Knoxville is located in the ridge-and-valley geologic structure of Appalachia in eastern Tennessee. The French Broad and Holston rivers join at Knoxville to form the Tennessee River. Knoxville is located within a easy drive to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is also within a day's drive of many major metropolitan areas, including Atlanta and Chicago. 

Knoxville is bordered by Fort Loudon Lake and is near 5 other lakes.  Knoxville has excellent centers of education, entertainment, medical services, and shopping.  

Why Knoxville?

Knoxville, located in Knox County, Tennessee, is a great place to call your home town- it is a popular city for retirement because of reasonable taxes, excellent services, and sensible government. Residents of Knoxville enjoy a below-average cost of living, a number of excellent educational institutions, a temperate year-round climate, and plenty of exciting activities and social and cultural events.

Large centers for shopping include Turkey Creek in West Knoxville and Farragut, West Town Mall, and Knoxville Center in East Knoxville. Knoxville and Knox County have plenty of boating, water sports, and fishing opportunities- it is bordered by Fort Loudon Lake, and has 5 other TVA lakes within less than a one hour drive: Melton Hill bounded by west Knox County, Cherokee, Douglas, Watts Bar, and Norris. Knox County is covered with golf courses, parks, hiking trails, and recreational venues of all types. And, if you run out of things to do in Knoxville, there is always nearby, within a one hour drive of anywhere in Knox County, the Great Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg, and Sevier County which offer major attractions and experiences.

Views of Homes in Knoxville and Knox County

Luxurious Knoxville Homes are available through Century 21 MVP
Medium priced Knoxville home
Knoxville homes are available in historic districts, as this example from the 4th and Gill district
Knoxville homes are available in smaller new construction, as this example from Halls in north Knox County

 

Culture and Events Much of the culture of Knoxville is determined by the University of Tennessee- Neyland Stadium shown here.

The University of Tennessee is a major driver of the culture of Knoxville and the surrounding region. There is also Knoxville Opera, Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, an active music scene (bluegrass and rock 'n roll), and frequent cultural festivals, including the Dogwood Arts Festival in April. Knoxville is particularly exciting because it is home to the Volunteers-- the University of Tennessee, which gives Knoxville major college sports and outstanding cultural events. Knoxville’s World’s Fair Park includes several building and venues, including the Sunsphere, all legacies of the 1982 World's Fair. Knoxville boasts an interesting history, some of which has been the subject of works of nationally known poets, writers, and artists.

Entertainment and Dining

Knoxville Tennessee has outstanding centers for entertainment and dining out, including the Old City, Market Square, the Strip near the University of Tennessee, Bearden, and Turkey Creek, as well as other locations throughout the city and Knox County.

Economic Development of Knoxville

The economy of Knoxville TN has changed remarkably over the years. Knoxville Downtown is the center of governmental, economic, and cultural activity for the region.While it is now a center of technology and businesses oriented around advancing energy and environmental science and engineering, not so long ago (before TVA), the area was dependent (75 years ago) on hard scrabble farming and regional trade for subsistence. Knoxville was once known as the "Marble City" because of the production of quarrying and production of architectural marble. Now, it is it advancing the sciences in such institutions as the University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and the Y-12 National Security Complex. One of the best things about modern Knoxville is its diverse economy. While the heavy weights driving the economy are technological, Knoxville is a retirement destination and the center of economic activity for a large part of East Tennessee.

Education and Other Services 

Knoxville is served by the Knox County School System. Knox County public schools are rated very highly, among the best in the nation for large school systems. Knoxville is served by a number of private schools for K-12. Knoxville is home to a number of colleges and universities, including the University of Tennessee , Pellissippi State Technical Community College , South College, Knoxville College, and Johnson Bible College. It has branches of a number of colleges and universities, including Lincoln Memorial University, Tusculum College, and Tennessee Wesleyan College. Knoxville is served primarily by three modern hospitals and their various locations: Parkwest Medical Center, UT Medical Center, and Tennova.

Explore public and private schools in Knoxville and Knox County using the Great Schools map below.  

                                                                       

Transportation

For highways, Knoxville is served by I-40, I-640, I-75, and I-81, giving it excellent access in all directions. Its major airport is McGhee Tyson, which is served by major airlines. Norfolk Southern and CSX provide freight rail service to Knoxville, and barges are also accommodated on the Tennessee River up to the terminals in Knoxville.

More on Knoxville Real Estate

As a part of our agency covering East Tennessee real estate, our services include coverage of Knoxville real estate and Knox County real estate, including excellent mountain view and lake property. We can show you excellent values in Knoxville condos and townhouses and Knoxville homes, including property under short sale or foreclosure conditions. We cover all of Knox County, and most of the property searches for Knoxville will include property outside the city in Knox County. Outstanding values are offered in Knoxville homes and condos and in Knox County homes and condos, making them terrific candidates for real estate investing. Often you can choose whether you want a lake home or a home with a mountain view, and perhaps with a lakefront. Many of the smaller cottages and homes are excellent investment property, as they have potential for paying for themselves from rental proceeds.

Check out the availability of Knoxville Condos that are for sale on the Knoxville real estate market. You may also be interested in exploring the Knoxville real estate commercial market, including that those in Knox County outside the city.

You may also want to explore Knox County lakefront homes.

Statistics for Knoxville, Tennessee (Knox County)


2010 Data from U.S. Census Bureau

 

Knoxville

Knox County

Population

178,874

432,226

Median Age

33.4 years

36.0

Per Capita Income

$21,528

$26,784

Owner Occupied Homes Median Value

$109,600

$147,200

Map of Knoxville



Knoxville and Knox County Communities

Knoxville is divided into a number of localities and communities, many of which give a uniqueness to their area. Some of the communities are:

  • West Knoxville- Sequoyah Hills, Bearden, and West Hills
  • West Knox County- Cedar Bluff, Blue Grass, and Rocky Hill
  • Far West Knox County- Farragut, Concord, Hardin Valley, and Karns
  • North Knox County- Powell and Halls
  • North Knoxville- Fountain City
  • East Knox County- Carter, Strawberry Plains, Corryton
  • East Knoxville- Burlington
  • South Knoxville
  • South Knox County

Contact Century 21 MVP for more details on any community in Knoxville or Knox County. Our company has real estate agents that cover Knoxville almost exclusively.

Links to information about Knoxville, TN

Knox County Government

City of Knoxville Government

Knox County School System

Report Card on Schools by State of Tennessee

Knoxville Chamber of Commerce

Farragut-West Knox Chamber of Commerce

The Development Corporation of Knox County

Knoxville Churches

Knoxville Restaurants

Knoxville Shopping

Health and Medical Services in Knox County

General Medical Information

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