Maryville Homes for Sale

Real Estate in Maryville

Maryville Homes for Sale

Marysville Tennessee is located about 25 minutes due south of downtown Knoxville or about 18 miles. It's just south of the McGhee Tyson Airport and home to about 30,000 residents. It's included in the Knoxville Metro area and is a short distance from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Dollywood, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg. Read on below the listings to learn more about Marysville Tennessee.

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About Maryville Tennessee

Steeped in rich history as is many small towns and communities around Knoxville Tennessee, Maryville got its start back in the late 1700s and has developed over the decades to include more residents, folks migrating from Knoxville, and those looking for a more small-town atmosphere. In the 1970s, many department stores and retailers moved from downtown Marysville to Alcoa's Midland shopping center, a project called "Now Town" but with a failed attempt at attracting tourists, many of these businesses went back to downtown locations or moved to the new Foothills Mall area a few years later. In the 2000s, the city agreed to reverse many of the "Now Town" changes and revitalize the downtown area. Maryville borders Alcoa, Eagleton Village and Sixmile.

Maryville features a more dense, suburban atmosphere, and about 68% of residents own their own homes. The public schools in Maryville are highly rated and with shops, restaurants, markets, and other amenities as well as just 30 minutes south of Knoxville, Maryville has become a popular place for those that work and play in downtown Knoxville.

Maryville Schools

Maryville City Schools operate the public school district and division within the city limits and offer two intermediate schools, three elementary schools, a junior high school, and the Maryville high school. There are three private schools including Maryville Christian school, Apostolic Christian Academy, and Clayton Bradley Academy. Maryville is also home to Maryville College, a private for your liberal arts college founded in 1819.

Some of the top-rated schools is the Montgomery Ridge intermediate school, the Sam Houston elementary school, the Coulter Grove intermediate school, the Foothills Elementary school, and the Maryville high school. Maryville in general has above-average ratings for schools by students and parents alike.

Maryville TN Things to DoBicentennial Greenbelt Park

Maryville has vibrant parks and recreational facility including the Maryville Alcoa Greenway, Bicentennial Greenbelt Park, Everett Park, Pearson Springs Park, Sandy Springs Park, John Sevier Park, and Amerine Park. Typically operated by the city as well as the county, many of these feature hiking and biking trails, playgrounds, fishing ponds, and sports fields. The Bicentennial Greenbelt Park is probably one of the prettiest in the city featuring several boardwalks, bridges, and beautiful foliage. [Pictured]

Should you live in Maryville Tennessee?

Maryville has frequently received top scores from folks that live and want to live in the city. It's been rated as one of the best places to live as well is one of the best places to retire in the Knoxville Metro area and in the entire state of Tennessee. This small town has all the things that make Tennessee so appealing with low taxes, low cost of living, an outstanding recreational program, and close to the Great Smoky Mountains as well as all of the recreation and outdoor excitement that Tennessee has to offer.

While it's attractive to families and young professionals, it's also one of the top places for retirement communities. It has several buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, fabulous weather, and lots of things to do and see. According to Area, Maryville receives an 84/100 for its livability, and in a recent article by the Daily Times for Blount County, Marysville comes in is one of the top 10 best places to live in Tennessee.

Maryville TN Homes for Sale and Real Estate

The median income in Maryville is about 52,000 residents in the median home value is $196,000. You'll find lots and parcels of land starting less than $20,000 as well as beautiful estate homes and properties on large acreage for over $700,000. The average home price is typically between $115,000 and $280,000 so you'll find a general consensus of single-family homes and properties within this range.

But don't take our word for it…

"Maryville is a wonderful city located in historic Blount County, Tennessee. It is about a 20-30 min drive to the GSMNP. In fact, half of the county is comprised of the National Park. The Foothills Parkway is a scenic mountain drive that runs through the county overlooking the Chilhowee Mountain Range and the Smokey Mountains as well as showing off the Tennessee Valley. If you love to hike, fish, enjoy seeing local wildlife, native flora and fauna, or simply enjoy the many mountain rivers and streams nature has to offer then this is a great place to live. It has all the conveniences of larger cities but has a small-town feel. If you want to visit a larger city Knoxville, home to the University of Tennessee, is but a half-hour away. Other larger cities like Nashville and Chattanooga, TN or Asheville, North Carolina are a couple of hours drive. Of course, we cant leave out Dollywood its located 45 minutes away and is a must for anyone visiting east Tennessee." -

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