Mar
28

Bearden is Booming

Bearden is Booming!

Would you believe the now uber popular and commercially populated Bearden was originally developed as an agriculture community of Irish settlers? Formally known as “Erin” what we now call Bearden has changed quite a bit from its inception.

Now 37919 is known as a robust shopping and restaurant mecca; with over 30 shopping centers, several dozen office spaces and too many restaurants to count. You can find amazing boutiques and speciality restaurants scattered along Kingston Pike, including the local favorite Tomato tomatohead
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, which has been recognized as a top restaurant both locally and statewide, and the uniqubearden-beer-market-se shopping experience at Southern Market. Or swing into the Bearden Beer Market, a Top Knox winner in 2015, and enjoy a locally brewed beer in the unique beer garden. 

Basically, Bearden is booming. New construction is popping up all along Kingston Pike and new businesses are opening every day. Some of the newest additions are Grow (a salon concept by Shane Archer, who has been voted “Best Colorist” and “Best Stylist” in Knoxville numerous years in a row), and new neighbor Est8te, “a high-end clothing boutique with a Southern aesthetic”. Great shopping at local boutiquesfig such as Fig and Company. Or participate in a chalk paiScreen Shot 2016-09-20 at 10.57.59 AMnting workshop at  Back Porch Mercantile and shop the adorable selection of children’s clothes at  Twig

Home to Bearden High, Middle and Elementary as well as Sequoyah Elementary, some of Knox County’s highest rated schools, Bearden boosts a Smart Schools score of eight. Bearden’s stellar school rating makes Bearden a great choice for young families. 

Most Bearden residents represent a slightly younger demographic. According to Trulia, most homeowners are 30-40 somethings. The BeardenHSyounger dweller presumably prefers Bearden due to the richness of the social scene, great schools and proximity in relation to most offices within Knoxville and downtown. In fact, most residents only have about an 18 minute commute, which is well below the national average. 

Furthermore, Bearden is great for anyone who likes to frequent the downtown Knoxville scene. Hop on 40 and you are only a few exits from Market Square, Old City and a plethora of shopping and dinning, and the iconic Sunsphere and World’s Fair Park.

Looking to buy in Bearden? The median home price in Bearden is about $260,000,  which is slightly higher than the average Knoxville area home. It’s a great time to buy since there isn’t a lot on the market. In fact, there are currently less than 250 homes for sale in The District.  If you have been contemplating listing your home, now is a great time since the market is hot and interest rates are low. Trust us, people are constantly scouring the web for homes in and around 37919 so it’s prime time to capitalize on the lack of inventory and get your home sold for top dollar. 

We’d love to talk more about the Knoxville housing market and what The Tiffany Dorn Group can do for you.

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