In getting to know Knoxville one route is to explore the city in broad segments divided into North, East, South, West and Downtown. Knoxville is historically a diverse city with many different communities, interesting architecture, food and shopping. I think you will find each of these areas has something unique to offer!
Farragut lies to the west of Pellissippi Parkway and the town”straddles Knox and Loudon counties”. Farragut runs primarily down one major road east to west, Kingston Pike (US-70/US-11) to the Loudon border.
There are many neighborhoods that have been established since the 1970’s and 1980’s but the majority of properties were built from the 1990’s until the present time. Some of the well know neighborhoods are Fox Den and Village Green and some newer neighborhoods include Saddle Ridge, Rockwell Farm, Farragut Crossing and Bridgemore. Home prices in the area range from $250,000 to $1,000,000+, with an average price of $356,000.
Of course there is plenty of shopping spots in other parts of town, but Farragut has a large shopping plaza known as Turkey Creek. Here you will find a large majority of well known national retailers such as Target, Ulta, Pier One, department stores as well as many restaurants, grocery stores, bakeries, florists and a large movie theatre.
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Written by, Shannon Foster-Boline