If you have been viewing Gatlinburg homes for sale, now could be a great time to buy. I recommend that buyers begin their property search online. In the quiet, undisturbed peace of your own environment, you can set up personalized selection parameters. This allows you to view a great variety of properties. The awesome aspect of the online search is personal convenience. You can take as much time as you want. Your search becomes personalized, catering to your desires. There are no time constraints except the possible sale of a desireable house or property. However, when you reach that point where you must view the real estate in person, our team of professionals are ready to assist you. We suggest that your property search should coincide with our area’s local events. Either time your visit to hit on an activity of interest or avoid activities that you have no interest. This maximizes your time spent in the East Tennessee Smokies. Moments spent outside the quest for property can offer you fun entertainment. This mix of business with pleasure can help balance the overall decision-making process.
In keeping with this concept, we hope to give you a brief taste of a few of the area’s many upcoming festivities. This is a tall order because of the multitude of activities and events this area offers. Hopefully, our blog will motivate you to check online sites at; Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, and surrounding areas for more details and other activities too numerous to list here. At least this will help get you started to plan your trip to the Smokies.
The July 4th holiday is a good time to travel, because of most people’s vacation schedules. There is much happening in the Smokies. Gatlinburg kicks off the July 4th celebrations with their 35th consecutive year of a midnight Independence Day Parade, beginning at midnight on July 3rd. In past years, close to 100,000 spectators have watched a mile long parade salute the courageous men and women who helped win our independence. The parade will include; floats, marching bands, equestrians, military personnel, and much more. Outdoor food, concerts, and fireworks will highlight the festivities. For history buffs, you can start on Friday July 2nd in Gatlinburg as the Southern Guard Brigade returns to reinact the “Battle of Burg Hill” on the field near Mills Park. The actual reenactment is on Saturday and Sunday, July 3rd and 4th. Pigeon Forge kicks off Independence Day celebrations on July 2nd with Music on the Square at Old Mill Square, followed by their 20th Annual Patriot Festival on July 3rd with outdoor food, shopping and fireworks as the holiday progresses. Events continue to unfold as July counts down with a Girls Slowpitch Softball World Series, Gatlinburg Craftsmen’s Fair, Girl’s Fastpitch Softball World Series, Musical Concerts, and Vintage Open Car Shows.
Plan ahead to be part of the fun and contact the Jason White Team to find real estate in the area to keep you coming back.
Here are a Couple of My Latest Listings:
|Location, Location, Location/ Great View
Great location on top floor and corner unit! The mountain views are breathtaking. Amenities include pool, hot tubs, and sauna.
Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee
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|Private Acreage with Creek Frontage/View
Private acreage with beautiful mountain view and creek frontage and waterfall. Panoramic view with easy road access. Truly a dream come true for just the right person.
Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee
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