Conveniently located just minutes from Downtown Knoxville and the University of Tennessee Knoxville, lies a quaint and often overlooked subarea known as the Holston Hills / Chilhowee area.
The Holston Hills / Chilhowee Hills area can be easily accessed from Interstate I-40 from the Asheville Highway exit and runs alongside the beautiful Holston River. Many of these homes boast beautiful historic architecture, mature landscaping, large lots, and pristine views.
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Nestled in Holston Hills and running along side the scenic Holston River lays the Holston Hills Country Club which consistently ranks as one of the top 3 golf courses in the state by Golf Digest.
The Holston Hills County Club is home to an 18 hole, Donald Ross designed course and measures 7082 yards and plays to a par 72 with a slope rating of 129. The property course stretches over 150 acres of old farm land and offers great scenery but little visual golfing distractions. The County Club also features a PGA staffed pro-shop, putting range, short play area, Olympic sized pool, and several tennis courts (8 outdoor courts, 4 lighted Rubico courts, and 2 hard courts).
The Holston Hills area is perhaps Knoxville's best kept secret and is ideal for those in search of beautiful historic quality built architecture, estate like lots, city convenience with a countryside-estate feel. However, buyers better hurry as prices are currently at an all time low which creates the perfect opportunity for the sophisticated and price conscious buyer.
Pack your bags and bring your boats and golf clubs as there is no other place in Knoxville where it is possible to purchase beautiful homes, located on or near the water, that are in such close proximity a top notch County Club at these almost ridiculously low prices.
However, you better hurry as new developments are currently underway alongside the Holston River which will surely drive prices up in the Holston Hills / Chilhowee Hills area.
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