Westmoreland homes for sale range are as diverse as they are desirable. At the lower end of the price scale, buyers can find cozy, understated cottages and ranchers with mature trees and plenty of local character. Beyond the $400,000 mark, homes become vastly more luxurious with 3,000-4,000 square feet, distinguished exteriors of brick and ivory or onyx trim, pillars, guesthouses, and expansive amounts of groomed private land.
Westmoreland homes have an average size of over 4,000 square feet. The tall leafy trees that line the sidewalks give the neighborhood an air of prestige. The estates in the neighborhood all have plenty of space between them, allowing for a perfect combination of community and exclusive living.
The Westmoreland Lifestyle
Westmoreland has long been hailed as one of the most elite places to live in Knoxville, and it is where many of the city's most prominent people have chosen to settle. Though the community feels exclusive, there is plenty to do just minutes from its perimeters. The beautiful Lakeshore Park lies just along the eastern edge of Westmoreland, bordering the Tennessee River on its opposite side. This tailored green space offers lacrosse fields, ballparks, and beautiful trails with views of the Smoky Mountains. There is also a lovely pier, canoe and kayak launch, and a state-of-the-art pavilion; a Hilltop terrace and garden area is set to be introduced.
Cherokee Country Club is another cornerstone of the Westmoreland lifestyle. This luxurious, palatial structure is beautifully lit and a top spot for social gathering. It offers seven clay tennis courts, three hard courts, one of the most beautiful 18-hole Donald Ross links course, and a gourmet dining hall run by one of the best local chefs.