Harts Ridge

The Harts Ridge subdivision West Knoxville neighborhood located in the rolling hills off of Bluegrass Road, near I-140. This is a quaint neighborhood with a great location.

Harts Ridge subdivision is a relatively small West Knoxville neighborhood. There are 45 homes in this West Knoxville neighborhood. Each home is roughly a little over 20 years old with the average year of construction being 1989. The average price of homes for sale in Harts Ridge is $212,667. The average square footage of homes for in Harts Ridge is 2,207 square feet. Residents of this subdivision attend A.L. Lotts Elementary, West Valley Middle School, and Bearden High School, which are all part of the Knox County School System.

Residents of this West Knoxville neighborhood are located right near Northshore Town Center, where there is currently a new Publix and Target put in. There are quite a few restaurants in the area, including the Northshore Brasserie, a Ruby Tuesday, Snappy Tomato Pizza, and a few more. Northshore Town Center is expected to become more developed with more shopping and restaurants in the coming years. Residents are also about 15 minutes from the Turkey Creek and West Town Mall. Both the Turkey Creek and West Town Mall area have many popular shopping destinations along with many places to eat.

Below you will find the most updated information on Harts Ridge. You can view the homes currently for sale in Harts Ridge, the ones that have sold, and the current market statistics. Let us know if the Knoxville Home Team can assist you in your West Knoxville home search. If you would like to have homes for sale delivered right to you email as new homes come on the market you can sign up here. Don’t worry, we will respect your privacy and won’t fill your inbox with spam. If you have a question or want help Rick can be reached at 865-696-9002 or via email at [email protected]. Kati can be reached at 865-392-5880 or via email at [email protected]. Take a look at other West Knoxville and Farragut neighborhoods

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