Named after John Sevier, the first governor of Tennessee, Sevierville is proud to be the eighth oldest town in the state and the largest city in the county. The city boasts a Heritage Museum, located in the historic downtown area, and a one-mile Riverwalk along the banks of the Little Pigeon River.
While capturing the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape, this modern mountain town offers a diverse selection of real estate options that is sure to please even the most discerning of tastes. Once farmland, the City of Sevierville is now an urban metropolis and suburban paradise with residential properties ranging from the cozy condo to the sprawling estate.
The City of Sevierville, along with Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, is served by the Sevier County School System. Not only is the school system excellent in the city and surrounding residential communities, but the City of Sevierville has been given the honor of having one of the best Park & Recreation systems in the State of Tennessee. The city has also received awards for various achievements and provides its residents with a community center, civic center, numerous parks and greenway program.
Sevierville was founded in 1795 and later incorporated in 1901. One of the more charming aspects of the city is the Trolley system that serves the area on two trolley routes, one extending into Pigeon Forge. Not only does Sevierville offer quaint transportation in the form of the Trolley system, but residents and visitors take advantage of such modern conveniences such as the Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge Airport. Sevierville is conveniently located near I-40 and the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most visited park in our great nation.
Festivals abound in the eastern Tennessee mountains, and there is no better place to be than in Sevierville, with community involvement and enthusiasm showing throughout the city. Some of the more popular events for residents and visitors are:
— The Smoky Mountain Springfest with mountain wildflowers galore.
— The Sevierville Visitor Centers Community Easter Egg Hunt.
— The Sevierville Annual Bloominâ€™ Barbeque & Bluegrass Festival, the largest event in Sevierville and featuring the Tennessee State Championship Barbeque Cook-Off!
— The Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival showcases the breathtaking fall foliage surrounding Sevierville and Sevier County.
— The Smoky Mountain Winterfest lights up the mountains and communities of Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg with millions of sparkling holiday lights.
— And the favorite with kids is when Santa comes to town during the Sevierville Annual Christmas Parade, celebrating over 44 years!
And these are only a few of the reasons why residents love living in the great City of Sevierville.
If festivals celebrating life in Sevierville are not reason enough, the vistas surrounding the city and the recreational options they provide are another reason to call Sevierville home. Residents in Sevierville can enjoy golfing, fishing in Douglas Lake, hiking on more than 650 miles of trails, and camping in the untouched forests around the city. Horseback riding and canoeing along the French Broad River are action-packed options for a great day in Sevierville. Other forms of recreation are scattered throughout the city including shopping, dining, theaters and museums, just to name a few.
Sevierville, Tennessee offers the finest choices in residential living including urban condos, rural country homesteads, private gated communities, lakefront homes, golf course homes, affordable single family houses, mountain chalets all with modern amenities and conveniences homebuyers are searching for to make a house the perfect home. Sevierville has it all, and more!
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