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More about Farragut Tennessee
This small suburban town is located in both Knox and Loudoun counties in Tennessee. It's home to about 25,000 residents and is named in honor of Union Adm. David Farragut, who fought in the American Civil War and born just east of Farragut at Campbell Station.
Originally known as Campbell Station, the city of Farragut was not actually incorporated until 1980, primarily to avoid being annexed by neighboring Knoxville. The community sits just southwest of Knoxville and south of Interstate 75 north of Fort Loudoun Lake between Highway 11 and Interstate 140.
Considered one of the best places to live in Knox County, Farragut is known for its excellent public schools, housing affordability, things to do, diversity, and has been known to be a great place to raise a family. 90% of Farragut residents own their own homes.
Farragut is part of the Knox County school division and features a total of just five schools including a primary school, intermediate school middle school, high school, and the Hardin Valley Academy. Even though this last school is not within the town limits it still serves most of Farragut. The Farragut high school receives an A+ rating and 8 out of 10 by greatschools.org. It has excellent reviews and ratings based on college readiness, test scores, equity overview, and student progress.
"I have been blessed to have phenomenal teachers, counselors, and coaches! I have had the time and opportunity to create a good relationship with several of my teachers and counselor. I also took initiative and joined 4 clubs, which has led me to have memories that will last a lifetime! This year, we gained a WONDERFUL principal who is rooting for all of his students to succeed. Dr. Bartlett has been so involved with the school and his students, and want to see a change in our school culture. He truly wants the best, and is working everyday towards his goals." - Niche.com
Farragut Things to Do
There's plenty of things to do in this small suburban town such as Farragut's dense and bustling shopping hub. Simply known as Turkey Creek, the stretch of Parkside Drive offers department stores, retail shops, restaurants, cafés, and more. It's a great place to spend a weekend afternoon and it's also home to the largest movie theater in the area.
Farragut also has scenic parks and outdoor recreation department. With the lake being so close and multiple playgrounds and parks, there's never a lack of things to do on a sunny afternoon. Check out the playgrounds at anchor Park, the dog run and golf course at Concorde Park or play around at either Fox Den Country Club or Willow Creek Golf Club is there both located in the center of Farragut.
The Concord Yacht Club and Greenway is an excellent place to browse and visit if you like taking drives. Head out from Callaway landing to the Cove at Concorde Park, small islands in Fort Loudoun Lake. Take a break at the Lakeside Tavern and enjoy waterfront dining at its finest with a fantastic Sunday brunch buffet, high-end dining, and some of the best avocado-lime shrimp around. But don't worry, they have pub favorites like smoke pimento cheese and beer cheese and pretzels as well as fish and chips, oven-fired pizza, an extensive wine list.
Farragut Real Estate
There are real estate options for nearly every budget in Farragut and it's just a few minutes to downtown Knoxville so Farragut becomes an extremely popular place to call home with its affordable housing and location. You can find lots in land for easily under $50,000 as well as impressive luxury million-dollar estates on the lake. The median home price is approximately $350,000 but you'll find homes and townhouses as well as duplexes and multi-family properties all over the pricing board.
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