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Metro area: Knoxville
Distance to Knoxville (downtown): 13 miles
Distance to Airport (McGee Tyson: 12 miles
Distance to University of Tennessee: 13 miles
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Cost of Living Index: 139
Crime Index: 35
Data on Concord-Bluegrass demographics provided by On Board, LLC.
The Concord-Bluegrass subarea of Knoxville is located to the south-west of downtown Knoxville. Considered West Knoxville proper, it borders the town of Farragut to the west, the Cedar Bluff area is just to the north, Westmoreland and Bearden border Concord-Bluegrass to the east and Alcoa is directly to the south. Concord-Bluegrass is also home to Gettysvue Country Club, a private and exclusive golf community.
Concord-Bluegrass attracts working professionals with families due to the schools in this subarea having the highest ratings in Knox county. This area has a suburban feel comprising mainly of newer subdivisions of 2-story single family homes. The area is surrounded by waterways, parks and greenways. Well known Turkey Creek shopping complex is only a 5 minute drive and it's proximity to Kingston Pike allows for easy access to all the shopping conveniences.
Concord is actually an unincorporated village of Knoxville that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Concord, TN has a downtown that runs along what is now Concord Road and Northshore Dr., sitting along Fort Loudon Lake.
The surrounding area of Concord-Bluegrass has been transformed into an affluent community that has left behind much of its rural roots.
The starting price for a home in Concord Bluegrass starts around $175,000 and can go up to over a million. The most common price range of single family homes in North Knoxville is between $200,000 and $300,000. Search Concord-Bluegrass Real Estate or call 865-621-3658.
The Knox County School district serves Concord-Bluegrass and all of Knox County. The schools that specifically serve Concord Bluegrass are Bluegrass Elementary, AL Lotts Elementary, West Valley Middle, and Bearden High. There are also several private schools near Concord-Bluegrass: La Petite Academy, Kinder Care Learning Center, National College of Business, Oakmont School, Giving Tree Montessori and Knoxville Catholic High School.
One of best features of the Concord-Bluegrass area is all of the wonderful parks and waterways it has to offer.
Lakeshore Park located at the corner of Westland and S. Northshore. A popular place to run and walk, Lakeshore Park provides spectacular vistas of Fort Louden Lake and the Smokey Mountains.
Carl Cowan Park located at 10058 S. Northshore Dr. This 32-acre park is a relaxing place to spend the day, with ball fields, a playground, and lots of walking trails. Bring your lunch and enjoy one of several picnic areas before seeing a boat launch on the lake or taking a dip in the outdoor swimming pool.
Concord Park located at 10901 S. Northshore Dr. This park surrounds an idyllic boat marina and has picnic areas and plenty of space for a leisurely walk or your favorite athletic pursuit. Tennis courts, roller hockey, a playground for the kids, an outdoor swimming pool, and trails for running or in-line skating let you enjoy 450 acres of Tennessee's great outdoors.
Fort Sander's West - 270 Fort Sanders West Blvd (1 mile)
St. Mary's Medical Center - 900 E Oak Hill Ave, Knoxville, TN (10 miles)
Fort Sanders Medical Center - 1901 W Clinch Ave (12 miles)
Parkwest Medical Center - 9352 Park w Blvd, Knoxville, TN (3 miles)
University of Tennessee Medical Center - 1924 Alcoa Hwy (12 miles)
East Tennessee Children's Hospital - 2018 W Clinch Ave (10 miles)
Baptist Hospital - 137 E Blount Ave (13 miles)
The Knoxville are has an extensive highway system for a city this size. Interstate 40 runs right through the center of Knoxville and connects with interstate 75. I-75 south will take you to Chattanooga in an hour and a half and Atlanta in 3 hours. I-75 north will take you to Lexington, Kentucky in about an hour and a half. Traveling west on I-40 will get you to Nashville in about 2 hours. Traveling east on I-40 will get you to Ashville, NC in about an hour and a half. Knoxville also has public bus service through KAT (Knoxville Area Transit). The closest airport is McGee Tyson (TYS) located in south Knoxville near Alcoa, TN about a 15 minute drive from downtown Knoxville. Hardin Valley is located off of the Pellissippi Parkway (TN-162) and is also part of the area for the proposed TDOT Knoxville Regional Parkway.
General map of Concord-Bluegrass