Farragut Real Estate

Farragut Real Estate

Farragut is a beautiful town in Knox County, Tennessee! Farragut was incorporated on January 16, 1980. The town was named after Admiral David Glasglow Farragut, who was the first Admiral of the US Navy. The community represents his significance in Farragut with a bronze statue! The area is well known for its long standing history, with plenty of buildings and historic sites!

Farragut is filled with civil war history, including the Battle of Campbell Station, which took place on November 16, 1863. This battle began when Burnside’s Union forces defeated Longstreet’s Confederate forces as they headed toward Knoxville. The fight took place on the land surrounding Farragut Town Hall. Historical sites like Campbell Station Inn still stand today.

The Campbell Station Inn is owned by the town of Farragut. The station served as a place for travelers to stop on their way to Knoxville. There are plenty of historic sites in the area! Farragut continues to expand their outdoor recreation and educational opportunities. In 2013, the new Community Heritage Trail was installed and serves as a great source of local history. 

This area is a great place to call home. If you are interested in living in an area with rich history, Farragut is the place for you. You do not want to miss out on this incredible opportunity! Call BRG Real Estate today and connect with an agent who will make your real estate dreams a reality! For your convenience, feel free to register for a free account to receive email alerts whenever new Farragut listings come on the market that match your specific criteria.

Farragut - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Farragut: $894,800 / County Avg $619,300

144%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Farragut: 3,150 / County Avg 2,350

134%

Avg Price per/sqft in Farragut:$284 / County Avg $264

108%

Avg Walkscore in Farragut: 8 / County Avg 18

47%

Avg Year Built in Farragut: 2018 / County Avg 1994

101%

Avg Days on Website in Farragut: 50 / County Avg 53

94%

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