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Knoxville May 22, 2024
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$249.19
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Did you know that Knoxville has been touted as one of the best top 50 places to live in the country? For many of us a call Knoxville home, we know that living in East Tennessee means living easily. Our cost of living is relatively low, we have the beautiful smoky mountains nearby, and we have a higher quality of life but Knoxville has been named in the US News & World Report Best Places to Live as #46 out of the top 125 most populated areas in the country.

We have all the amenities of life in a big city but residents still prefer that small-town feel from farms to the rolling foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville comes in on top for its desirability, quality of life, net migration, value, and job growth. We have a lower cost of living than the national average which is reflected in our housing costs, transportation, and energy costs. The average cost of a home and the average monthly rent in Knoxville are well below those of larger metro areas.

Knoxville also has a lower unemployment rate than the national average but our average annual salary is lower in Knoxville than it is in other major metro areas, typically due to the high number of blue-collar jobs. Some of our largest employers in Knoxville include health services, trade jobs, and government jobs. With low crime, above average schools, and an impressive job market index, Knoxville has definitely become one of the top places people are relocating to.

About Knoxville Tennessee

Knoxville is the county seat of Knox County and its home to about 188,000 residents, making it the largest city in East Tennessee grand division and the state's overall third largest city after Nashville and Memphis.

Knoxville is the flagship campus of the University of Tennessee, so naturally, we have more of a college town feel with a lot of entertainment options, nightlife, restaurants, bars, and activities. We've also seen a lot of renovation, specifically over the last 20 years. Since the year 2000, Knoxville's downtown area has been developing and with the opening of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame and the Knoxville Convention Center, we have brought even more businesses back to the downtown area.

Development has also expanded across the Tennessee River on the south Knoxville waterfront and in 2006, the city adopted the South Waterfront Vision Plan to revitalize the 750-acre waterfront Park in over 3 miles of shoreline on the Tennessee River. The project's primary focus is on commercial and residential development over the next 20 years.

Top 10 Things to Do in Knoxville

Knoxville is known as an entertainment mecca but there's more than just the Smoky Mountains that keep us going. This diverse southern city offers a wide range of activities and fun things to do and here are our top 10.Knoxville TN Real Estate

Peter Kern Library Speakeasy – yes, there are still speakeasies if you know where to look in the hidden gems of Knoxville. Identifiable only by its red ball light just off of Union Avenue, the Peter Kern Library is one of the coolest little haunts in Knoxville. Not only is this a great place for entertainment but they have some of the best cocktails in the city.

Knoxville Museum of Art - just a few minutes from the SunsphereTower, this unique museum has three floors of fantastic art and inspiration. If you have a rainy afternoon free, a stroll through the museum will definitely lighten your mood.

Tennessee Theater - this is one of the most unique buildings in the city Hilton the 1920s. It's home to multiple shows and plays throughout the year.

Market Square - this Knoxville favorite is just a few minutes from the Tennessee theater and offers some great food, local bistros, seasonal delights, coffee shops and boutiques.

Sunsphere Tower - This city icon was opened in the early 1980s and showcases it's a big golden ball like structure sitting almost 300 feet above the city. It was once part of the world's fair in 1982 and is now definitely something not to miss… If you even can when touring the city.

Graffiti alley - technically called Strong Alley, this is a great spot to take in some unique street art. It's close to Market Square and there's always ever-changing graffiti gracing the walls of this fantastic alley.

Mural Walk - are you starting to catch a pattern here? Knoxville is known for unique art and located at 1143 N. Broadway the Greetings from Knoxville mural has quickly become a starting point for a downtown mural walk. Check out the Postcard from Knoxville, the Leaving A rainbow Mountain Steps, and Miller's Building Mural.

Meads Quarry Lake - when you want to escape the city for an afternoon and taken a little rest and relaxation, head to Meads Quarry Lake. Just 15 minutes from downtown Knoxville, grab your swimming gear and a picnic and enjoy some fantastic relaxation on the lake.

Stock and Barrel - this Knoxville restaurant features some of the best burgers in town with a unique and quirky menu like chicken and waffle burgers fantastic brews, and delicious bourbon for the whiskey connoisseur.

Maple Hall Bowling - this old school style bowling Hall is right next to the Phoenix Pharmacy (another great hang out) and offers a unique bar, restaurant, and bowling alley.

Knoxville Schools

Knoxville is part of the Knox County Co. School System, which includes nearly 90 schools, 50 elementary schools, 14 middle schools, 14 high schools, and 11 adult centers serving over 56,000 students. There are five magnet schools and a STEM Academy as well as 50 private and parochial schools such as Christian Academy of Knoxville, the Knoxville Catholic High School, and Grace Christian Academy.

The top-ranking schools include the Farragut high school, Bearden high school, Farragut middle school, Rocky Hill elementary school, and Sequoyah elementary school.

"It is an amazing school with an amazing staff! Most of the teachers are passionate about what they teach, and they are always very helpful towards the student. Farragut pushes you to be the best you can be- not perfect- just the best you can be. Also, the principal and other administrative staff are so helpful, and they have worked so hard to create a positive environment and promote mental health." - Niche.com on Farragut high school

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