If you are looking for homes for sale in Loudon TN, check out the listings below. There are numerous offerings for lakefront properties, beautiful homes by the river, and other real estate options. Speak with a CENTURY 21 MVP agent today to find your perfect home or property today!
Loudon, population around 5,400, is the county seat of Loudon County. It is located southwest of Knoxville, on the Tennessee River. Loudon was named after the colonial era fort, Fort Loudoun, that is located further south in Monroe County.
Loudon was originally known as Blair's Ferry after the family who controlled traffic across the river. Being a waterfront town, most of the economy was centered around the wharf where ferry boats would deliver all types of cargo. Later a railroad was built, which resulted in the growth of the town. The town was renamed to Loudon shortly after the railroad was built.
Being part of Loudon County, Loudon has a lot to offer when it comes to outdoor recreation. With easy accessibility to various lakes and the Tennessee River, water activities are the main draw to the area. Whether you are wanting to take your boat out on the lake for a day of fishing or kayak down the river, Loudon has something for you.
Loudon is a great place to live for people who enjoy spending time outdoors. With numerous parks and water access, there is always something to do!
Loudon also has a quaint historic downtown area where you can grab a bite to eat, find unique items in one of the local shops, or admire the architecture of the historic buildings.
Loudon is also one of the top places to retire. Tellico Village, located on the on the banks of Tellico Lake in Loudon, is one of the highest recommended senior retirement communities in the southeast.
Equal Housing Opportunity. All information contained herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Buyers should personally verify all information. All content Copyright 1998-2020 Great Smoky Mountains Association of Realtors. All rights reserved. Last updated .