Loudon Real Estate

Loudon Real Estate

Loudon is a charming town located on the Tennessee River. This area is known for its friendly residents and incredible downtown area. Downtown Loudon offers a variety of local shops and dining options, as well as a long standing history! There are plenty of interesting things to discover in Loudon!

Families in Loudon began settling on the northern bank of the Tennessee river in 1790. At this time the area was still a part of North Carolina. The Tunnells, Carmichaels, and Blairs were among the first families to plant their roots here. Eventually the area became known as Loudon Tennessee after Tennessee was made the 16th US state on June 1, 1796.

Today many enjoy strolling downtown and learning about the area’s history. Fort Loudon State Historic Park is just one of the popular spots in the area. The Fort Loudon State Historic Park was built in 1756 and sits on 1,200 acres. Many also enjoy visits to the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum. Here you will learn about the life of the man Sequoyah. He was a father, soldier, silversmith, statesman, and the creator of the Cherokee writing system!

Loudon is a fantastic place to call home! There has never been a better time to plant your roots in Tennessee. Whether you are interested in history or outdoor recreation, Loudon is the place for you! Give us a call and schedule a showing today with one of our experienced agents. There is no time to waste, find home with BRG Real Estate today! For your convenience, feel free to register for a free account to receive email alerts whenever new Loudon listings come on the market that match your specific criteria.

Loudon - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Loudon: $725,600 / County Avg $919,000


Avg Taxes in Loudon: $1,900 / County Avg $2,000


Avg Sq. Ft. in Loudon: 2,589 / County Avg 2,882


Avg Price per/sqft in Loudon:$280 / County Avg $319


Avg Walkscore in Loudon: 8 / County Avg 9


Avg Year Built in Loudon: 2006 / County Avg 2002


Avg Days on Website in Loudon: 58 / County Avg 74


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