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This West Knoxville community is just minutes away from the heart of Farragut, located off of Old Stage Road, near Kingston Pike and Watt Road, along with convenient access to I40. You will be welcomed into this great neighborhood by a beautiful tree lined streets and gorgeous greenery which creates a park-like setting. Living in Steeplechase is about building relationships and enriching lives, growing closer to family and friends, and making life-long memories. This great neighborhood offers an instant sense of community as it has less than 40 houses in its entirety. Steeplechase is zoned for Farragut Primary, Farragut Intermediate, Farragut Middle School, and Farragut High School.
One prime reason residents love Steeplechase is the perfect Farragut location. This great community is just minutes away from Turkey Creek Shopping Center, Costco, Ingles, Fresh Market, and every type of eatery one could ever want as well as Lenior City and all it has to offer. For those active residents to enjoy, the Farragut Greenway is nearby for walking, running, biking, and more. This recreational path has connections all the way from Downtown Knoxville to Farragut. It is also located close to Lenoir City Park, Mayor Bob Leonard Park, and Campbell Station Park, and McFee Park. McFee Park offers pavilions and shade structures, a sprinkler pad, large play structure, and sports fields. If walking and biking aren’t your idea of exercise, you can walk 18 holes on one of two major Knoxville golf courses just right around the corner.