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  • Island Home

    Island Home

    Even though it is called Island Home it is not exactly on an island.   Rather this historic nabe sits near the Tennessee River and like many of Knoxville’s suburbs,…

  • North Knoxville

    North Knoxville

    In getting to know Knoxville one route is to explore the city in broad segments divided into North, East, South, West and Downtown.  Knoxville is historically a diverse city with many different communities, interesting…

  • Sequoyah Hills

    Sequoyah Hills

    In my opinion, Sequoyah Hills is one of the beautiful historic gems of Knoxville.  The neighborhood, which runs alongside the Tennessee river, is home to some of Knoxville’s most beautiful…

  • Parkridge

    Parkridge

    Parkridge in East Knoxville is full of gracious Victorian and charming Craftsman/Bungalow style homes.  Originally this neighborhood was part of Park City and similar to some of the other historic neighborhoods (such…

  • Fountain City

    Fountain City

    Surrounded by several ridges, the one time area known as Fountain Head, has now become the rather large “neighborhood” of Fountain City. It seems that it is more apt to…

  • South Knoxville

    South Knoxville

    In getting to know Knoxville one route is to explore the city in broad segments divided into North, East, South, West and Downtown.  Knoxville is historically a diverse city with many different communities, interesting…

  • Fourth & Gill

    Fourth & Gill

    When you think of the Victorian “painted ladies”, Fourth & Gill, has some of Knoxville’s largest and loveliest examples of these fine homes.  With the majority of Fourth & Gills’ homes…

  • West Knoxville

    West Knoxville

    In getting to know Knoxville one route is to explore the city in broad segments divided into North, East, South, West, Farragut and Downtown.  Knoxville is historically a diverse city with many different communities, interesting…

  • Holston Hills

    Holston Hills

    Located on the east side of I-40 and Asheville highway, Holston Hills is just a short drive to the University of Tennessee campus and Downtown Knoxville. This historic east Knoxville…

  • East Knoxville

    East Knoxville

    In getting to know Knoxville one route is to explore the city in broad segments divided into North, East, South, West, and Downtown. Knoxville is historically a diverse city with many different neighborhood communities,…

  • Downtown Knoxville

    Downtown Knoxville

    In getting to know Knoxville one route is to explore the city in broad segments divided into North, East, South, West and Downtown.  Knoxville is historically a diverse city with many different communities, interesting…

  • Farragut

    Farragut

    In getting to know Knoxville one route is to explore the city in broad segments divided into North, East, South, West and Downtown. Knoxville is historically a diverse city with many different communities, interesting…

  • West Hills

    West Hills

    The quaint neighborhood of West Hills was developed post WWII.  It’s origins which stemmed from multiple parcels of farmland can still be seen today in the lush greenery that still…

  • Emory Place

    Emory Place

    Emory Place, is at the edge of Downtown Knoxville near the Old City, and is known as a Historic District that includes both residential condos and small commercial businesses. Emory…

  • Lake Forest

    Lake Forest

    One truth I know about people is that they are curious. I am not completely certain, but I am fairly sure that from the inception of private dwellings, humanity’s overarching…

  • Forest Heights

    Forest Heights

    Forest Heights is one of Knoxville’s charming hidden gems. Tucked away off of the northwest end of Sutherland Avenue, Forest Heights neighborhood dates back to the 1920s. The area is…

  • Maryville

    Maryville

    To me, Maryville is the closest “Big City” to Knoxville, although it is considered a suburb, with around 30,000 residents. Maryville is a quick 25-minute drive on Alcoa Highway into…