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Halls Community Overview
Metro area: Knoxville
Distance to Downtown Knoxville: 9 miles
Distance to Airport (McGhee-Tyson: 23 miles
Distance to University of Tennessee: 10 miles
Distance to West Knoxville: 15 miles
|Percent Change Since 1990||46.0 %|
|Percent Change Since 2000||6.0 %|
|Density (Persons per sq. mile)||620.8|
|Average Household Income||$51,507|
|Average Home Price||$159,210|
Cost of Living Index: 87
Crime Index: 75
Data on Halls, Tennessee demographics provided by On Board, LLC.
The Halls Crossroads subarea of Knoxville is located to the north of downtown Knoxville. Halls is a unincorporated suburban within Knoxville, Tennessee. The town of Powell is to the east of Halls, Maynardville is directly to the north, Corryton is located northwest of Halls and Fountain City is directly south. The primary zip code of Halls is 37938 and part of zip codes 37918 and 37849 are included in the Halls subarea.
Halls housing is primarily made up of single family homes, townhomes, mobile homes and few apartments. The starting price for a home in Halls starts around $125,000 and can go up to over $400,000. The most common price range of single family homes in Halls is between $150,000 and $250,000. You can still find homes with a little acreage, but don't expect this to come cheap. You can expect to pay $250,000 and up for homes in Halls with acreage.
You can also find new construction in Halls starting in the high 150's and up in subdivsions of Solomon Place and Montclair, the low 200's in Mountain Lake and Overlook Estates, the high 200's in Harbor Cove at Timberlake and Silverstone and 300's and up in Bethany Springs, Cantrell Heights and Shadow Creek.
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The Knox County School district serves Halls and all of Knox County. The schools that specifically serve Powell are Brickey Elementary, Halls Elementary, Hall's Middle, Halls High, and Adrian Burnett. There are also several private schools near Halls: Fountain Head College of Technology, Garden Montessori, St. Joseph Elementary, Treehouse Learning Center, Smithwood Learning Center and North Knox Vocational Center.
Halls Community Park
6983 Recreation Lane
35 acre park with baseball, community building, playground and this also connects to the 1.3 mile Halls Greenway.
Halls Senior Center
4410 Crippen Road
Home to a state-of-the-art computer center, a billiards room with two regulation- size pool tables, arts and crafts room and a card/conference room. The center is nearly 10,000 square feet and has the largest multi-purpose room at any of the Knox County senior centers. This room has the capacity of seating 299 people. The center also has a large kitchen and three porches.
St. Mary's Medical Center North - 7551 Dannaher Way, Powell (4 miles)
Fort Sander's West - 270 Fort Sanders West Blvd (8 miles)
St. Mary's Medical Center - 900 E Oak Hill Ave, Knoxville, TN (7 miles)
Fort Sanders Medical Center Downtown - 1901 W Clinch Ave (10 miles)
Parkwest Medical Center - 9352 Park w Blvd, Knoxville, TN (15 miles)
University of Tennessee Medical Center - 1924 Alcoa Hwy (12 miles)
East Tennessee Children's Hospital - 2018 W Clinch Ave (11 miles)
Baptist Hospital - 137 E Blount Ave (12 miles)
General map of Halls Crossroads
Halls gets its' name from the Thomas Hall family who settled here in the the late 18th Century. The Crossroads part of the name comes from three major roads that interesect here: Maynardville Highway, Emory Road and the Norris Freeway. The area had major growth right around the time of the World's Fair that was held in Knoxville in 1982. Since then, Halls had been one of the fastest growing suburbs of Knoxville. Halls is also the name of a town in western Tennessee.
Many are attracted to the Halls area because it feels like you are miles from nowhere in the peaceful country, yet Halls is within minutes of all Knoxville conveniences. If you want the best of both worlds - rural and city life, then Halls is for you.