Slide The City Waterslide Coming To Knoxville This Saturday!

Is the blazing heat driving you crazy? Here’s something to cool you down and restore your sanity.  Slide The City is coming to Knoxville this Saturday and bringing their 1000 foot slip and slide with them!  Per the Slide The City website: “Slide The City is a family friendly slip-and-slide water party event.  There will be live […]

Experience The Outdoor Lifestyle Knoxville Has To Offer

What isn’t there to like about Knoxville. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, there isn’t much not to like. Lakes, mountains, trails, and much, much more. Watch the video below to get just a taste of the outdoor lifestyle Knoxville has to offer!

If You Aren’t Living In Knoxville TN, You Should Be!

If you aren’t living in Knoxville TN, you should be.  The video below gives you just a little taste of what it’s like to live in the place we call home, Knoxville, Tennessee.   CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT WHAT YOUR HOME COULD SELL FOR! SEARCH Farragut Homes For Sale SEARCH ALL Knoxville Homes Farragut […]

Farragut TN Dogwood Trail is Open! Now Through April 26th.

The 7.9-mile Farragut TN Dogwood Trail will wind through Farragut, TN as part of the Dogwood Arts Festival’s 2015 Trails & Gardens event. The 7.9 mile trail is just part of over 60 miles of trails in the Knoxville area, the Farragut Trail will be open from April 8th to April 26th. The Dogwood Arts Festival, currently in […]

Things to do in Knoxville around Christmas

It’s Christmas time in Knoxville!  So what are some things you can do around town during this holiday season? Here are a list of some of the more popular things to do in Knoxville around Christmas: Christmas in the City is a yearly Christmas season festival that is highly anticipated by locals and visitors alike. […]

VIDEO: Why Knoxville Is Such A Great Place To Live

I may be a bit biased when it comes to talking about how great it is to live in Knoxville, but I am definitely not alone.  The video can’t sum up all of Knoxville but comes close by describing it: FUN, MUSICAL, CREATIVE, CULTURAL, FRIENDLY, TASTY, BEAUTIFUL, HISTORIC, ENTERTAINING, and SMART. Here are just a […]

Things To Do In Knoxville: IJAMS Nature Center

Ranked one of Knoxville’s Top 3 attractions by Trip Advisor and awarded a Certificate of Excellence in 2013, IJAMS Nature Center ranks as one of the top things to do in Knoxville.  IJAMS Nature Center is located just minutes from downtown Knoxville.  Miles of diverse trails for use by hikers, trail runners, mountain bikers, anglers, […]

Market Square Farmers Market in Downtown Knoxville

The Market Square Farmers Market in downtown Knoxville is an open-air farmers’ market celebrating it’s 10th season this year. Everything at the Market Square Farmers Market is locally grown or made right here in East Tennessee. Depending on the season, products vary but typically include produce, eggs, honey, herbs, free-range meat, bread, baked goods, salsas, coffee […]

Things To Do In Knoxville: International Biscuit Festival

Looking for something to do this weekend?  Well it’s biscuit time in Knoxville. Actually it’s always biscuit time in Knoxville but this time of year is especially biscuity.  It’s time for the International Biscuit Festival which is held annually right here in downtown Knoxville.  Per their website, “The International Biscuit Festival, now in it’s 5th […]

VIDEO: Historic Homes of Knoxville

Knoxville is home to all different kinds of homes and as a REALTOR, I’ve been in quite a few of them.  While I don’t always get to know the stories of the families that own the specific homes for sale in Knoxville, the history of a home can make it unique and actually add value.  […]

Knoxville Makes CNNMoney’s Top 10 Fastest Growing Cities List

More positive news for our great city.  Knoxville made the CNNMoney Top 10 Fastest Growing Cities list. The article showed that Knoxville has grown 33.1% in the timeframe between 2000-2010.  The biggest factor of it’s growth, as mentioned in the CNN article is that Knoxville currently has the best employment outlook in the nation.  Staffing […]

Birds Eye View – Knoxville’s Cove Park and Concord Yacht Club

As beautiful as the Cove Park and Concord Yacht Club are from the ground, a view from the air gives you new perspective of the beauty East Tennessee offers. A favorite park among residents in West Knoxville and beyond, The Cove at Concord Park is a community park situated on the banks of the Tennessee River […]

Downtown Knoxville: Museum of East Tennessee History

Looking for something to do on a cold winter day?  If it’s a little too chilly outside to walk around Market Square, take a trip over to the Museum of East Tennessee History.  I guarantee you’ll discover something about the area you did not know. From early settlers, artifacts, and family histories.  Located in downtown […]

Knoxville Makes Top 10 Places To Retire for 2013

Seems like every time we turn around Knoxville, Tennessee is making someone’s Top 10 list.  Sure, those of us who live here know what a great place it is to live.  Proximity to the mountains, numerous lakes, University of Tennessee, all the shopping and restaurants one could ask for.  Well, today it looks like our […]

Things To Do In Knoxville: CUPCAKES IN THE PARK!

Looking for things to do in Knoxville with the family this weekend?  Like cupcakes?  Then this is for you!  A fun event is taking place at Krutch Park in Downtown Knoxville this Saturday, September 28th.  Cupcakes In The Park is a fundraiser for Helen Ross McNabb Center which supports mental health, addiction, and social services.  Sample five […]