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Farragut Real Estate


Perfectly located for commuting to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Knoxville, Loudon County, Maryville, and McGhee Tyson Airport, Farragut has quickly become a hot spot for new families moving to the East Tennessee. It is also a booming area for relocating “Knoxvillians” wanting a change of scenery. It is west of Knoxville and south of Karns and Hardin Valley. Close to major markets and high-tech resources, Farragut offers small-town living with a commercial edge. Today Farragut is an upscale residential town with a suburban feel. A 2007 issue of Business Week named it one of the 25 best affordable suburbs in the South. Building and development continue at a steady pace in an area where homes and land are at a premium.


Communities: Therblount2e are several high end neighborhoods depending on what you are seeking. There are some excellent communities offering a water view, overlooking one of Farragut’s excellent golf courses, or maybe a walkable community to nearby shops and theaters. Some of these include neighborhoods such as Vista, Berkeley Park, Whittington Creek, River Sound and Mallard Bay. The Farragut area offers a variety of recreation and activities for all ages and all types of families. For more information on homes for sale in the Farragut area, click here to see an extended version of our preferred communities.

Parks & Attractions: The town has many parks and greenways including Anchor Park, a 15-acre park next to the lakefront which offers walking, softball, soccer, fishing, volleyball, basketball, and picnic facilities. It is also close to Concord Park and Mayor Bob Leonard Park (50 acre facility) and Playground which offer similar am_C1_7832enities. Campbell Station park is a 17-acre park next to the Farragut branch of the Knox County Library System. Farragut’s multiple greenways include Grigsby Chapel Greenway, Turkey Creek Greenway and Parkside Greenway. Sports are also very important in Farragut. The community sponsorsloudon2 spring, summer, and fall sand volleyball leagues as well as softball leagues. If you are a golfer – Farragut is for you. There are many golf courses nearby including Willow Creek (18 hole course) which is known for the Bermuda trees and fairways and roughs with best grass greens. Avalon Landmark Golf Club is 18 holes of challenging slopes and terrains and will also host tournaments through the year. Farragut is also home to Fox Den Country Club, a full-service country club with golf, tennis, swimming, fitness, and a restaurant. Farragut is also the home to arguably the largest shopping center in Knoxville, Turkey Creek. In this large outdoor shopping complex, you can find many popular restaurants, stores, and a large movie theatre. There’s the Farragut Folklife Museum, which is filled with photographs and objects that tell the story of the Concord and Farragut communities.

Schools: It’s schools are typically top-ranked nationally. Residents of Farragut are zoned for Farragut High school, Hardin Valley Academy, Farragut Middle School, Farragut Intermediate School, and Farragut Primary School. It is also close to many private schools including Knoxville Christian School, St. John Neumann Catholic, and Concord Christian School.

Our Favorite Restaurants in Farragut:

  • Wasabi Steakhouse – (Japanese fare) – Consistently voted one of Knoxville’s top Japanese restaurants, the hibachi chefs at Wasabi Japanese Steakhouse (Turkey Creek or Bearden) wow guests with their dazzling skills and yummy dishes. If you love sushi, this place is hard to beat!
  • El Mezcal – (Mexican cuisine) – visit the Farragut or Bearden location for some of the best Mexican food arouJefferson Park subdivisionnd. We like this place because of their authentic food and moderate prices. Oh… and dare I forget to mention the Margaritas!
  • Sam & Andys – (Sandwiches/Burgers) – Knoxville’s Favorite Burger since 1946 some will say. We love this place for its sandwiches and burgers, especially the Pizza Burger!
  • Flemings Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar – (Steakhouse) – Award-winning collection of 100 wines by the glass and an exceptional menu of steak and seafood. This is one of Knoxville’s best fine dining restaurants and will absolutely leave you satisfied.
  • First Watch – (Breakfast) – they begin each morning at the crack of dawn, slicing fresh fruit and veggies, baking muffins and whipping up their french toast batter from scratch. Everything here is made to order, no heat lamps and deep fryers. Best part: not just a cup of coffee – you get a pot of coffee!
  • Seasons Cafe – (American fare) – American Bistro style menu is designed around moderate pricing with high quality prep and presentation.
  • Costco’s Hot Dogs 🙂 – they come with a drink included! Can’t beat it.