TOP TENnessee Reasons for Living Here
- Incredible Natural Beauty
- Great Real Estate Values
- Nearby Great Smoky Mountain National Park
- No State Income Tax and Low Property Taxes Create the Third Lowest Tax Burden in the U.S.
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- Cost of Living is 10-15% lower than the U.S Average
- Mild Climate with 4 Distinct Seasons
- Nearby Knoxville has one of the highest number of restaurants per capita in the nation
- Centrally Located, with convenient Lenoir City only 15 minutes away, and Knoxville only 20 minutes away
- No Retirement or Pension Tax
- Surrounded by Miles of Lakes and Rivers
Great Smoky Mountains
The Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee are a national treasure. From the natural beauty of the most visited National Park in the United States, to the history, fun and entertainment found in the surrounding towns, there is always something to enjoy in the area. Spend a day taking a scenic drive through the park, or experience nature firsthand by hiking, biking, or even rafting through the area. Looking for other types of fun? Visit nearby Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and the famous Dollywood for unique shopping, dining, and attractions that the entire family will enjoy.
This metropolitan area of 850,000, gives our residents the services and amenities of a major city conveniently close by. Rich in history, Knoxville is home to museums, theaters, a zoo and the restaurants and galleries on Gay Street, which was recently named one of the 10 “Great Streets” in America. Home to the University of Tennessee Knoxville is also a vibrant college town. Cheer on the Volunteers playing SEC football in the 102,000 seat Neyland Stadium or take in a concert or a personal development course on campus. Additionally, the University of Tennessee Medical Center offers world-class medical care, 35 minutes from Tennessee National. Knoxville is surrounded by natural beauty and is a gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the nation’s most visited national park with exceptional sightseeing, camping, hiking and fly fishing.
Just 20 minutes from Tennessee National, the 300 acre Turkey Creek development is the premier retail and entertainment venue in the Knoxville area. It runs for nearly three miles parallel to I-40 and offers:
- 100 retail stores from supermarkets and national specialty stores to service retail and luxury boutiques
- 40 restaurants serving a world of tastes from fine dining to a craft brewery
- 3 hotels, a 17 screen Regal Cinema, office buildings, and a major Tennova hospital
For a day of shopping, a night on the town, or taking care of business, Turkey Creek is your nearby destination.
Learn more about Turkey Creek at www.turkeycreek.com
Loudon County – Lenoir City
Loudon County, Tennessee is known for its natural beauty and its deep history that is still reflected today. Spend a day exploring the ‘Lakeway to the Smokies’ and its miles of rivers and lakes, or relishing a unique dining and shopping experience in the historic downtown. Up for a bigger adventure? Visit the nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park, one of the most visited national parks in the country. And, all of your day to day errands, including access to great healthcare, can be completed in nearby Lenoir City.