Farragut

Farragut is an independent suburb of Knoxville, located in the most southwestern part of Knox County, spilling over into neighboring Loudon County. Named in honor of Civil War Union Admiral David Farragut, this town is an upscale community, featuring pristine neighborhoods and newer homes. It is home to Fox Den Country Club, one of the premiere clubs in the area, as well as a wonderful school system. Farragut also sits on the banks of gorge Fort Loudon Lake, part of the Tennessee River Channel. Year-round lake access is a great asset, and Farragut residents take great pride in keeping the lake clean and accessible to all visitors.

Farragut Town Hall in Farragut, Tennessee

Farragut Real Estate Listings

Average Price $647K
Lowest Price $185K
Highest Price $966K
Total Listings 26
Avg. Price/SQFT $265

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True to its suburban nature, the real estate market in Farragut is primarily comprised of single-family properties, many of which have been recently built. The population of this town has seen a steady increase over the past two decades, and the demand for property has grown. 

The homes for sale in Farragut are typically designed in a traditional architectural style, regardless of their construction date. Newer homes have an updated, more suburban design, however, whilst older properties lean towards ranch or colonial styles. Brick exteriors, specifically in the color red, as well as columns and gable roofs are typical design features of homes in this town. 

Much of the market in Farragut is new construction properties. As mentioned, new builds have taken much inspiration from the older architecture in the area, although there are still a significant number of typically suburban homes for sale. Siding and farmhouse elements are popular features of these homes just as much as brick exteriors and arched awnings. In regards to interiors, Farragut new construction homes are very spacious, often with ample front and backyard space. Many homes back on to forested areas and are, as a result, very desirable because of the privacy this affords. Multiple-car garages, contemporary finishes, and even fireplaces are common features, as well as backyard pools. 

There are some townhomes and small condos for sale, however they are relatively rare for this area. Many of these are older properties, however you will sometimes find modern townhomes in Farragut’s newly developed neighborhoods.

Luxury homes are typically located in the southern portion of the town, especially in the area around Willow Creek Golf Club and Fox Den Country Club. These large estates are built on generous lots, and offer residents privacy and security. Plus, the landscaping in these communities is immaculately maintained, which adds to the charm and beauty of the area. 

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Farragut Amenities and Attractions

While Farragut is an affluent suburb, and is mostly residential, there is a lot to see and do in the area. From shopping to dining to community events, there’s something to enjoy for everyone. There are two main commercial areas in Farragut: one around the intersection of Campbell Station Road and Kingston Pike, and the other in the north end along Parkside Drive. As well, there are retail stores all along Kingston Pike, which runs east-west through the town. 

There are several points of interest around Farragut. The Campbell Station Inn (or Avery Russell House) is a historic landmark and was built in the early 1800s. The Farragut Folklife Museum, the Farragut Community Center, and the Village Green Shopping Center are also located in the same area. 

When it comes to shopping and dining, Farragut is made up of both small and large businesses. It’s just a short drive away from familiar retailers, including grocery stores, department stores, fast food restaurants, pharmacies and medical centers, and so much more. Grabbing supplies or quickly running out to get a missing ingredient for dinner is quick and easy. 

Many of the neighborhoods have taken a lot of care to preserve the green spaces in the area. Within Farragut, there are three main parks. Founder’s Park at Campbell Station is located near the high school. Families can enjoy walking through the forest trails. Mayor Bob Leonard Park, found on the west side, is where you’ll find several sports fields and baseball diamonds, plus a playground and a small forest trail. Anchor Park is the town’s waterfront green area, which also has sports fields and a playground.

Schools in Farragut

The suburb of Farragut is ideal for families, for it offers ample space and centrally-located schools. Part of Knox County Schools, there are four public educational institutions in Farragut: Farragut Primary School, Farragut Intermediate School, Farragut Middle School, and Farragut High School. A new elementary school has also been planned for the area south of McFee Park. There are five private schools in Farragut. 

In regards to post-secondary education, Farragut is located nearby several schools, not limited to Lincoln Memorial University, the University of Tennessee, and Knoxville College.

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