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About Chattanooga, TN & The North Georgia Area

Chattanooga has a wonderful history, lore and natural beauty. Located on the Tennessee River, the area had many Indian villages that were discovered by Hernando Desoto in his early explorations. In the early 1800s with the Trail of Tears that originated from Chattanooga, much of the Cherokee nation’s property was opened to development for the city.

Being a railroad and river crossroad, the Civil War put Chattanooga on the map with the Union forces’ occupying it after their retreat from the Battle of Chickamauga. It was surrounded by Rebel forces, 5 future presidents visited and the Battles of Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge open General Sherman up to the Battle of Atlanta and then his march to the sea which split the South in two and thus the demise of the Confederacy. There are well over 17 Civil War sites one can visit today in the Chattanooga immediate area.

Post Civil War brought many “carpet beggars” to the tiny southern town that brought industrialization and growth. Coca Cola was first bottled here and Moon Pies invited/manufactured in Chattanooga. The area grew to being the 9th largest industrial area in World War II. The 50’s and 60’s saw industrial decline and businesses moving offshore.

In the late 60’s, Chattanooga’s many charitable foundations funded a long range plan with Boston city planner, Jim Rouse, to implement a quality of life dream that was implemented first with the acclaimed Tennessee Aquarium, then with the Tennessee River Gorge and river activities advent of walking/biking trails along river to the TVA’s recreational Chickamauga Lake, and miles of hiking trails to connect with the Cumberland Trails in the east.

The air quality was cleaned from one of the worst in the country due to more stringent laws than state and national air pollution control so that the many natural views of the area can be readily enjoyed in a “green” healthy Sunbelt climate and atmosphere.

Chattanooga has been dubbed the “Cinderella City” by the New York Times for its complete turn around. It is studied by cities all over the world.

Chattanooga Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 114 homes for sale in Chattanooga, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
54% Single Family, 27% Land/lot, 8% Rental, 8% Multi Family, 2% Condo and 1% Other.

54% Single Family
27% Land/lot
11% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 114
Average Home Size 2,104 ft² / 195 m²
Price Range ($1,100 - $1,400,000)

Weather in Chattanooga

The average high temperatures in Chattanooga range from 48 in January to 88 in July

Average home income in Chattanooga

The average household income of a Chattanooga resident is $59,419 with an average home value of $158,393

Population of Chattanooga

Chattanooga has 203,514 residents.

Home ownership in Chattanooga

The average level of home ownership in Chattanooga is 52%.

Education breakdown of Chattanooga

Education levels of residents of Chattanooga include: highschool 29%, associate 7%, bachelor 16%, graduate 9%.

Households in Chattanooga

Chattanooga has 85,772 homes, built on average 52 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 114 homes for sale in Chattanooga. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Land/lot, Rental, Multi Family, Condo and Other. The average list price of these property results is 197,264. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Chattanooga please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 114 homes for sale in Chattanooga, TN are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Chattanooga area. Member brokerages representing the 114 homes include CRYE-LEIKE, Realtors and Fletcher Bright Realty.