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Living a Boating Lifestyle in Lenoir City, Tennessee

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Where to Retire in Lenoir City and Home Prices

The median home value in Lenoir City was $364,154 in late 2022, a rise of 22.6% over the past year, according to Zillow. There are active adult communities in the area (see link at left).  Property taxes are unusually low in Lenoir City.

What Is Special about Lenoir City

Lenoir City offers living among natural beauty and properties that are incredible. It is close to Oak Ridge.

What Is Not Special about Lenoir City

Lenoir City is a small town in rural Tennessee, so it is not going to be for everyone.

Climate and Physical Environment

East Tennessee has a mild, four season climate. The Appalachian and Great Smoky Mountains envelop the area and Knoxville sits in a valley with lakes, rivers and streams.

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

Residents enjoy festivals and fairs year round, and the city boasts the Tennessee Theatre, ballet, orchestra, plays, movies, museums and much more.


The crime rate is well above average. 

Medical Facilities

Medical personnel can be within the gates of Rarity Pointe in minutes. Fort Loudoun Medical Center is located a couple of miles in Lenoir City, and Knoxville has three state-of-the-art healthcare systems. The University of Tennessee offers the area's only level one trauma center and academic hospital.


The Tyson-McGhee airport in Maryville, Tenn. is approximately a 15-20 minute drive from Lenoir City and Rarity Pointe. Also, the close proximity to Interstates 40 and 75 allow residents to travel to 75% of the U.S. population with one day.

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