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Saturday, July 13, 2024   /   by Winter Smith

Top 5 Local Spots in Knoxville

Discovering Knoxville's Local Gems: 5 Must-Visit Spots

Nestled in the scenic Tennessee Valley, Knoxville beckons visitors with its blend of historical charm, outdoor adventures, and vibrant culinary delights. Whether you're a local looking for new spots or a visitor planning a trip, here are five must-visit places that showcase the essence of Knoxville:
1. Market Square
Market Square is the beating heart of Knoxville's downtown area. This lively pedestrian square is lined with an array of restaurants, boutiques, and galleries. It's the perfect place to grab a bite to eat, shop for local crafts, or soak up the vibrant atmosphere. On weekends, take advantage of the Farmers' Market, where local vendors offer fresh produce and unique goods.
2. Ijams Nature Center
For nature enthusiasts, Ijams Nature Center offers a serene escape just a short drive from downtown Knoxville. This 300-acre urban wilderness boasts hiking trails th ...

Monday, March 11, 2019   /   by Sherry Wheeler

Knoxville is Affordable for Retirees

Retiring? Why Knoxville Makes Sense for Seniors

As you approach retirement, it is time to begin thinking about where you’d like to live. If you’re not already considering Knoxville, Tennessee, you certainly should be.

When people think of retirement, their minds may automatically go to Florida, or maybe Arizona, but it’s important to remember that Tennessee offers a slew of benefits that are worth considering. One study, conducted by MagnifyMoney, evaluated key standard of living elements like cost of living, quality of life and employability and the study resulted that Knoxville is the top destination for people looking to retire early. The weather is mild nearly year round, the city boasts urban amenities with undeniable southern charm and access to good healthcare. It’s the perfect recipe for retirees.

Still not convinced? Below you’ll find a few of the top reasons why you should be considering Knoxville, Tennessee for your retirement:
K ...

Wednesday, January 2, 2019   /   by Sherry Wheeler

Trends for 2019

If you’re looking to redecorate or renovate your home in 2019, you’ve come to the right place. We searched through Houzz data, browsed hundreds of home design photos, reread past articles and interviewed professional designers to bring you this collection of materials, colors and other home design ideas that you can expect to see a lot more of in 2019. Which will you bring home?

Kat Nelson Designs


Kitchens 1. Full-tile backsplash feature walls. Attention-grabbing backsplash tile is nothing new in well-designed kitchens. We’ve seen colorful geometric and quirky patterns show up in a lot of kitchens for years now. But what many professionals are seeing more of lately is an interest in taking the tile from countertop to ceiling, including behind floating shelves and flanking range hoods, to create a striking feature wall.

Carl Mattison Design


This idea aligns with some broader t ...

Saturday, October 20, 2018   /   by Sherry Wheeler

Westmoreland Areas of Knoxville

by Judith Harville
The area in West Knoxville commonly referred to as Westmoreland consists of the neighborhood of Old Westmoreland and neighborhoods in close proximity such as Westmoreland Hills, Westmoreland Estates and Westmoreland Court.  The orginal Westmoreland or what is referred to as "Old Westmoreland" consists of homes on the main road into the areas of Sherwood Drive and and Stone Mill Road.  The homes are older with many built in the early 1900s.  The entrance to the east is well know for the old water wheel.  This has been a favorite for many local artist to sketch and photograph.  The Water Wheel At Westmoreland Heights has been listed in the NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES by the United States Department of Interior 1923.

This entire area is very quaint as homesize, style and lot sizes vary greatly.  Home prices shift from the $300,000 range to well over $1,000,000.  Old Westmoreland has been built out for many years and t. ...

Tuesday, October 9, 2018   /   by Sherry Wheeler

Fire Prevention Week

The latest statistics from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) show that if you have a reported fire in your home, you are more likely to die today than you were a few decades ago. This startling statistic helped shape this year’s Fire Prevention Week™ theme: "Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware - fire can happen anywhere.TM" Fire Prevention Week takes place October 7-13, 2018.
Through three simple calls-to-action, "Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware - fire can happen anywhere." identifies basic but essential ways people can reduce their risk to fire and be prepared in the event of one:

Look for places fire can start
Listen for the sound of the smoke alarm
Learn two ways out of each room

These Fire Prevention Week messages apply to virtually all locations, but NFPA is continuing its focus on home fire safety, as the majority of U.S. fire deaths (four out of five) occur in homes each year. In fact, the fire death ...
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