Within the real estate market, there are a wide range of condos and homes for sale in Knoxville Tennessee available for your next home or investment. Selections can include lake-front homes, city-view homes, and mountain-view homes.
Take a look at the listings below. Whether you are looking for a permanent home for your family, a retirement home to kick back and relax, or an investment property to bring in more money, Knoxville has what you need.
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Knoxville TN is the third-largest city in the state of Tennessee - only Memphis and Nashville are larger. It is the oldest of Tennessee's larger cities, having been founded in 1791. Knoxville is located in valley of the Appalachian mountains in eastern Tennessee. The French Broad and Holston rivers join at Knoxville to form the Tennessee River, a great location for water activities.
Knoxville is just a short drive to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is also within a day's drive to many major metropolitan areas, including Atlanta and Chicago.
Knoxville is bordered by Fort Loudon Lake and is near five other lakes. So if you love boating or fishing, this is a great location for you.
Knoxville also has excellent centers of education, entertainment, medical services, and shopping.
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.
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 Pigeon Forge which offer major attractions and experiences.
The University of Tennessee is a major driver of the culture of Knoxville and the surrounding region. There is also the 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 (go Vols!).
Knoxville's World Fair Park includes several building 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.
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.
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. It is home to a number of colleges and universities, including the University of Tennessee, Pellissippi State Community College, South College, and Johnson University. It has branches of a number of colleges and universities, including Lincoln Memorial University, and Tusculum University.
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