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Despite their close distance to one another, LaFolette and Norris are situated within different Tennessee Counties. The former is part of Campbell County, whilst Norris is in Anderson County. Both cities have similar atmospheres, offering small-town living with a welcoming feeling.
The real estate markets between LaFollette and Norris are relatively similar. Real estate in these cities is limited in property type. That is, it is almost entirely limited to single-family homes, with a very select few condos for sale—although these are all very centrally-located.
However, as much of this area is undeveloped land, there are many opportunities to purchase vacant land or lots, either for residential or commercial properties. As LaFollette and Norris are seen as beautiful escapes, this might be the perfect opportunity to build your dream home, whether it be a primary residence or a vacation home.
Homes in LaFollette and Norris are more competitively priced than some of the bigger cities in the area. Both offer a quiet and peaceful lifestyle, and the majority of properties are designed in traditional architectural styles. In fact, there are many historic homes for sale, specifically in LaFollette, with construction dates that can go back over one hundred years. Prices for historic homes can range quite a bit, with some homes definitely needing a bit of work.
While there are multi-story homes for sale, bungalows are the prevalent home type. Once again, these range in price point, but in style—with small, traditional homes and ranch-style homes being found in both LaFollette and Norris. Newer properties, especially in regards to Norris, tend to be multi-story homes.
LaFollette is also home to the La Follette Country Club. The homes in this area are quite large and are quite desirable, as they are built on quiet, hilly residential streets. Houses here are situated on sizable lots, often with many trees.
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What to Love About Living in LaFollette and Norris
Stunning scenery of lush greenery and sparkling lakes
Plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation
Friendly, welcoming communities
Land for sale that is perfect for building cottages or dream homes
Historical sites offer a glimpse into the past
Within easy driving distance of Knoxville
Popular Neighborhoods in LaFollette and Norris
There are a number of neighborhoods in LaFollette and Norris that are highly desirable thanks to their sense of community and access to the lake, outdoor activities, and amenities.
This waterfront community in LaFollette features luxury homes and condos with access to Norris Lake. Waterside Cove is known for its beautiful natural surroundings and high-end amenities, like a marina, clubhouse, and pool.
Another waterfront community in LaFollette, Clearwater Cove is known for its upscale homes and lakefront access. The neighborhood is close to downtown LaFollette and offers easy access to outdoor recreation.
This private gated community is located on Norris Lake and offers residents access to amenities like a golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts and air strip. Deerfield Resort real estate includes single-family homes, condos and villas.
Lakeside Estates is another private gated community on Norris Lake with a variety of homes and properties, including lakefront homes and lots. Community amenities include a pool, private boat ramp, and a walking trail.
With a great mix of lakefront and mountain-view properties, Norris Crest is a popular spot for homebuyers looking for a gated community on the water in Norris. Residents also have access to a community pool, clubhouse, private boat launch and dock.
LaFollette & Norris Amenities and Attractions
The downtown LaFollette area offers ample amenities to residents and visitors. Centered on the intersection of East Central Avenue and Tennessee Avenue, here you’ll find primarily small businesses tucked into historic buildings—although the south end of the city is where you’ll find chain restaurants and other large corporations. The Campbell County Airport is also located just outside of the city.
Residents of LaFollette (and Norris as well!) enjoy the city’s small-town feel and strong sense of community. Within the downtown area, you'll find the LaFollette Public Library. In this same area, you’ll also find the LaFollette Recreation Center and Dr. Lee J. Sergeant Park, which is equipped with playgrounds and covered seating areas.
Outdoor recreation is a popular pastime for many residents. There are several walking and hiking trails in and around the community. The Tank Springs Trailhead along Ollis Creek is particularly lovely, and is located right by the ATV campsite. The city also hosts events throughout the year, which includes the Downtown Flea Market, open Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
The city of Norris is appealing to nature lovers, whether visiting for the summer or living year-round. Located south of Norris Dam State Park, there’s much to see and do, and popular activities including fishing, boating, camping, and hiking. The city also has a disc golf course, but the north end of the city is mostly untouched forest.
Norris Square and Circle Road is considered to be the downtown area. Here you’ll find local businesses, the Norris Community Library, the Norris Commons Arboreum, and the city’s farmer’s market. One point of interest is the Lenoir Museum, which features a historic grist mill built in the 18th century.
Schools in LaFollette & Norris
LaFollette is served by the Campbell County School District. There are two public schools within the city: LaFollette Middle School and LaFollette High School. Roane State Community College is the only higher education institution located in LaFollette. Campbell County High School is found just outside the city limits.
There are two public schools in Norris, which is served by the Anderson County School District: Norris Elementary School and Norris Middle School.
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LaFollette & Norris FAQs
What are some popular attractions in the LaFollette and Norris area?
Some popular attractions in the LaFollette and Norris area include Norris Dam State Park, Cove Lake State Park, and the Museum of Appalachia.
What is the cost of living like LaFollette and Norris?
The cost of living in the LaFollette and Norris area is generally lower than in many other cities in Tennessee, making it an affordable place to live.
What is the education system like?
LaFollette and Norris are served by Campbell County Schools, which offers a range of educational programs and extracurricular activities for students of all ages.
What types of homes are available in LaFollette and Norris?
LaFollette and Norris offer a variety of housing options, including single-family homes, townhomes, and condos. There are also some historic homes in established neighborhoods.
What is the real estate market like in LaFollette and Norris?
The LaFollette/Norris real estate market is generally affordable, with a range of properties available at different price points.
What are some popular outdoor activities in the area?
You’ll find plenty of outdoor activities on offer in LaFollette and Norris, including fishing, boating, hiking, and camping. Norris Dam State Park is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts.
What is the job market like in the LaFollette and Norris area?
The job market in Norris and LaFollette is generally smaller than in many other cities, but there are opportunities in healthcare, education, and retail. Many residents also commute to nearby cities for work.
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