There are many nice homes for sale in Blaine TN ranging in cost from low to medium. Blaine is a wonderful place to live if you are looking for a slower paced lifestyle.
Take a look at the listings below to find your perfect country home, farmland, or other property in Blaine.
Blaine, a small pastoral town of only 1,900 people, is located in Grainger County, Tennessee. It is considered a suburb of Knoxville but is part of both the Knoxville and Morristown Metropolitan Statistical Areas.
Blaine was originally called "Blaine's Crossroads" due to several main roads intersecting in that area. It is also located at the end of Emory Road, an important road in Knox County.
Blaine is also known for being a stop along the Peavine railroad from Knoxville to Bristol in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Blaine offers primarily country living, with fantastic land for farming and gorgeous views of mountain ranges in the distance.
Blaine has a few restaurants and shopping options, but it is conveniently located to major cities like Knoxville and Morristown, which have many more options. Cherokee Lake is only a short distance away and provides many opportunities for water activities like fishing and boating. Many homes are located on the Holston River, which flows from Cherokee Dam to Knoxville where it joins the French Broad River to form the Tennessee River.
Schools are provided by the Grainger County School System in the nearby town of Rutledge. Blaine is conveniently located to numerous higher education options, including the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and Walters State Community College in Morristown.
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