Chalet Village Vacation Properties

Chalet Village in Gatlinburg TN (thanks to ubin_malla on flickr.com)
Chalet Village in Gatlinburg TN (thanks to ubin_malla on flickr.com)

Nestled in the hills of Gatlinburg, TN lies Chalet Village.  This beautiful area offers fully furnished cabins and chalets to house your next corporate retreat, family vacation or reunion, or even a romantic getaway in the Smoky Mountains. 

Many of these cabins and chalets offer guest fantastic view of the area and amenities such as outdoor pools and hot tubs, tennis courts, and access to up to 3 different club houses. 

Of course you and your guests will want to take full advantage of Chalet Village’s great location near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, numerous hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails, and the fantastic fishing and wildlife viewing opportunities. 

Let’s not forget about the many golf courses that can challenge the golf aficionado in your family. 

Jason White, a local Gatlinburg real estate agent, can provide more information to any Chalet Village vacation inquiries.  Please contact him by email here or at 877-678-2121.

Gatlinburg TN Home for Sale with Great Views!

Gatlinburg TN Home For Sale
Gatlinburg TN Home For Sale

A fantastic piece of Gatlinburg TN real estate is now for sale. It is a stunning 7 bedroom, 7.5 bath log home with a stacked stone privacy wall. 

This Gatlinburg TN home for sale overlooks downtown Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains in the distance. 

Three levels of living space offer comfortable mountain decor, cathedral ceilings, a stone fireplace, a gourmet kitchen with granite counter tops, and of course, plenty of decks to take in the beautiful Smoky Mountain views. 

Jason White, a Gatlinburg real estate agent, can provide you with more information on this Gatlinburg property or other Gatlinburg homes for sale in the area.

Smoky Mountain TN May Events

Springtime in the Smokies is a great time of year to look at Smoky Mountain TN property.  This springtime is extra special because the entire year is the 75th Anniversary of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, so throughout the year community and park events are offered to the locals and tourists.  The following are the park and surrounding Smoky Mountain TN community May activities:

Dolly’s Homecoming Parade in Pigeon Forge 5/8/2009


Smoky Mountain Bluegrass Festival in Fontana Dam 5/9/2009, 5/10/2009


75 on the 75th Hike: Lakeshore Campsite 90 to Campsite 77 in Fontana Dam 5/9/2009


75 on the 75th Hike: Hazel Creek to Bone Valley in Fontana Dam 5/10/2009


Pi Beta Phi Elementary School’s Heritage Celebration in honor of the Park’s 75th Anniversary in Gatlinburg 5/14/2009, 5/15/2009


Bloomin’ Barbeque & Bluegrass in Sevierville 5/15/2009, 5/16/2009


TROUTFEST in Townsend 5/15/2009, 5/16/2009, 5/17/2009


Bear Awareness Day in Knoxville 5/16/2009


75 on the 75th Hike: Ace Gap/Beard Cane/Cooper Road/Wet Bottom in Fontana Dam 5/16/2009


Cosby in the Park05/16/2009


DLIA Springtail Saturday in Lake Junaluska 5/16/2009


Caldwell Fork Loop Hike with Carolina Mountain Club in Cataloochee Valley 5/17/2009


Heritage Fest in Bryson City 5/22/2009, 5/23/2009


Fading Voices in Robbinsville 5/23/2009


Appalachian Dumplin’ Festival in Winfield 5/23/2009


Take a Walk on the River Walk in Townsend 5/23/2009, 9/5/2009


75 on the 75th Hike: Noland Creek to Campsite 66 in Fontana Dam 5/23/2009


75 on the 75th Hike: Tunnel Bypass/Goldmine Loop/Lakeshore in Fontana Dam 5/23/2009


Fern Foray5/23/2009


 

75 on the 75th Hike: Hemphill Bald/Caldwell Fork/Rough Fork in Fontana Dam 5/24/2009


Spring for the Smokies in Waynesville 5/28/2009


75 on the 75th Hike: Forney Ridge/Springhouse Branch/Forney Creek to Campsite 70/Forney C./Whiteoak Branch/Lakeshore in Fontana Dam 5/30/2009


75 on the 75th Hike: Meigs Creek/Meigs Mountain/Jakes Creek in Fontana Dam 5/31/2009

For more information on these Smoky Mountain TN community events or Smoky Mountain TN property, please contact Jason White, the local Smoky Mountain TN real estate agent.

24th Annual Dolly Parade in Pigeon Forge, TN

Dollywood Parade, Pigeon Forge TN (Gigi187 on Flickr.com)
Dollywood Parade, Pigeon Forge TN (Gigi187 on Flickr.com)

The 24th anniversary of the Dolly Parade kicks off this weekend’s Pigeon Forge Springfest with Dolly Parton this Friday, May 8th. 

Over 50,000 parade watchers line the Pigeon Forge streets to watch floats, marching bands, and local entertainers and celebrities. 

The Dolly Parade begins at 6pm and will give visitors and Pigeon Forge locals a true taste of Pigeon Forge area entertainment.

The Dolly Parade is just one of many Pigeon Forge attractions and events in the Sevier County area. 

For more information on other Pigeon Forge community events or Sevier County real estate opportunities, please contact Jason White, a Pigeon Forge real estate agent.

Pigeon Forge Real Estate Market Overview

Dollywood Express, Pigeon Forge, TN (scmikeburton on flickr.com)
Dollywood Express, Pigeon Forge, TN (scmikeburton on flickr.com)

Currently Pigeon Forge real estate is a great buyer’s market investment. 

There are currently 459 resale or new homes in Pigeon Forge, with 11 homes in the foreclosure process.  The average listing price for homes entering the Pigeon Forge real estate market was $314,175 for the week ending on April 22nd. 

However the median sales price of homes was $70,450, which explains why now is such a great time for buyers to purchase real estate in Pigeon Forge. 

Jason White, a local Pigeon Forge real estate agent, is a great source of information on the Pigeon Forge real estate market and can be contacted here or at 877-678-2121.  If you are interested in searching Pigeon Forge real estate properties, please visit Jason White’s real estate website.

Gatlinburg TN Real Estate History

Gatlinburg TN Historical Cabin (Tweaker73 on Flickr)
Gatlinburg TN Historical Cabin (Tweaker73 on Flickr)

Gatlinburg TN real estate has a long and interesting history behind the area. 

First settled in 1807 by Martha Jane Huskey Ogle and her family, they choose the Gatlinburg TN area in East Tennessee in order to honor the wish of her recently deceased husband Willam’s desire to settle in the “land of paradise” he found for them before his death. 

This area was first called White Oak Flats for the abundant native white oak trees in the area.  Today this area is known as Gatlinburg and is surrounded on three sides by the beautiful Great Smoky Mountain National Park. 

Millions of people flock towards the “land of paradise” today to see this national treasure, but Gatlinburg TN real estate is available to purchase and enjoy year round. 

For more information on this “land of paradise” of Gatlinburg TN real estate, please contact Jason White, a Gatlinburg TN real estate agent.

Great Smoky Mountain National Park’s 75th Anniversary

One of the great highlights of Smoky Mountain TN real estate is the close proximate to the Great Smoky National Park. 

This year, the park is celebrating its 75th year of existence with a variety of activities aimed at the 75 surrounding Smoky Mountain communities of the park. 

Some of the events that Smoky Mountain TN real estate residents will have to look forward too are nature hikes, exhibitions of the park’s history, festivals, lectures, and fairs. 

This celebration is planned for all year long, so don’t miss the chance to be apart of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park’s history.  The following info highlights the rest of April’s activities. 

If you would like other Smoky Mountain TN real estate please contact Smoky Mountain real estate agent, Jason White.

Spring Hike Week in Fontana Dam

4/19/2009, 4/20/2009, 4/21/2009, 4/22/2009, 4/23/2009


“Pennies for the Park: The Grassroots Campaign to Establish the Great Smoky Mountains National Park” in Knoxville

4/20/2009 – 7/5/2009


75 on the 75th Hike: Huskey Gap/Sugland Mt/Rough Creek/Little River/Huskey Gap in Fontana Dam

4/25/2009


National Junior Ranger Day4/25/2009


Greening Up the Mountains Spring Festival in Sylva

4/25/2009


Bradley Fork Hike with Carolina Mountain Club in Smokemont Campground

4/26/2009


Smoky Mountain Harmony Celebrates the Smoky Mountains with Song in Knoxville

4/27/2009

Mountain Top House For Sale, Gatlinburg TN

Mountain Top Home For Sale, Gatlinburg TN
Mountain Top Home For Sale, Gatlinburg TN

If you are looking for the ultimate mountain house to lodge your entire family, look no further! 

This 11 bedroom, 11.5 bathroom mountain top home for sale is beautiful architectural marvel complete with hardwood floors, quality furnishings, and antique decor throughout. 

Handcrafted details prevail throughout this Gatlinburg home for sale, such as the cedar staircase and over 50 antique European stained glass windows. 

The luxurious touches in this mountain home for sale include a sun room with a swim spa and sauna, media room, and over 2500 square feet of decking that highlight the panoramic views of the Great Smoky Mountains. 

For more information about this spectacular home or other Gatlinburg real estate, please contact Smoky Mountain real estate agent, Jason White.

Smoky Mountain Attractions, Part 2

17th Annual Townsend Spring Festival
17th Annual Townsend Spring Festival

An upcoming Smoky Mountain attraction that will attract Smoky Mountain homeowners and tourists alike is the 17th Annual Townsend Spring Festival. 

This celebration of bluegrass music, arts & crafts, BBQ, Appalachian skills, and the Great Smoky National Park springtime will be held May 1-2. 

Throughout the weekend Smoky Mountain residents and tourists can look forward to garden tours, clogging demonstrations, nature hikes, concerts, great food, art, and of course, lots of community fun. 

These types of festivals are just part of the Smoky Mountain attractions that bring tourists and residents together. 

For other information on Smoky Mountain real estate and the Smoky Mountain lifestyle, please contact Smoky Mountain real estate agent, Jason White.

Pigeon Forge TN Real Estate

Pigeon Forge Home for Sale
Pigeon Forge Home for Sale

Pigeon Forge, TN has been a town on fire in the last 9 years.  Since 2000, the population in Pigeon Forge has grown 20% leaving the total population just over 6,000 people. 

For home buyers looking for real estate in Pigeon Forge TN, this town offers plenty of small town charm but is a nationwide tourist attraction. 

Every year, millions of people drive through or stay in Pigeon Forge, TN during their vacation to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. 

During those trips, many people fall in love and relocate to Pigeon Forge TN, which would explain the population growth over the last several years. 

If you are looking to relocate you and your family to Pigeon Forge, TN, please contact Pigeon Forge real estate agent Jason White to discuss your Pigeon Forge real estate options.