As Summer’s Inferno Begins to Ease, Will Smoky Mountain Real Estate Heat Up?

Homes in Gatlinburg and property sales across the area, often mimic the activity of our local festivals.  It will be interesting to see if Smoky Mountain real estate increases in property sales as we progress into fall.  It seems that most of the world has been resting from one of the hottest summers on record.  Temperatures in East Tennessee have only recently declined from their record heat.  This temperature easing coincided with the beginning of another school year.  The resumption of school sessions reminds us that autumn is only weeks away.  These mountains of East Tennessee are a center of local festivals and community activities that really pick up momentum as the year moves into fall.  With the weather cooling to a more universally accepted range of temperature, people seem to venture out of air conditioned comfort and explore this area in greater numbers.  The beauty of this area seems enhanced, when crossing a parking lot no longer feels like a trek across a recent Hawaiian lava flow.

This week’s blog will hopefully bring you out of your air-conditioned lair, Wherever it is located and entice you to come explore the “Wonders of Autumn in the Smokies”.  Fall brings great harvest festivals all across the area.  Beginning August 1st through November 20th there is a Gatlinburg Farmers Market held each Saturday from 8:00 to 11:30 am at 705 East Parkway in the Alamo Steakhouse parking lot.  It allows visitors to stock their kitchens with healthy local food to supplement all the fun restaurant dining the area also offers.  September 25th and 26th will be the 11th Annual Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament.  Avid anglers can get details by phone or online.  “Fall Colors in the Smoky Mountains” began August 10th and runs until November 15th.  Mother Nature works with the area’s biodiversity and elevation to provide an on going display of color that varies daily, within a multitude of micro climates across the region.  The Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival kicks off September 1st running through October 31st.  It contains numerous activities, but the art shows and Craftsmen’s Fairs are a delight for all ages.  Sprinkled into the mix is the “13th Annual Taste of Autumn.  This is a fundraiser for the United Way of Sevier County.  It allows participants to sample fare from some of the area’s fine restaurants and it allows vendors to showcase their culinary expertise.  Please realize that this blog does not begin to explore the vast array of fun local activities.  Go online to tap the multitude of options available to visitors. 

You might also want to consider purchasing property in the Smokies.  The opportunities for real estate in this area are as vast, as the possible ways to enjoy a visit to our area.  Go online and set your parameters on the Jason White Team website.  You can control your property search from your own home.  When you are ready to view or finalize in person, our expert staff is here to assist you.  Begin today to find your dream property.

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Fantastic Mountain Views and Private!
The private location and awesome mountain views make this home a winner. It is on a level lot with level parking and side yard, 3 mi to Gatlinburg so close to everything, open floor plan with 4 master suites which is always desirable for privacy and space
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee
Price: $389,900
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Take tram to Gatlinburg from this home!
Walk to Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort or Community Pool. Updated, private and mountain views! Great investment property or personal home!
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee
Price: $149,900
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Heritage Log Home w/ Views of Mt LeConte
This beautifully built Heritage Log Home in prestigious Chalet Village has great views of Mt. LeConte. Private yet close to downtown shopping and dining. Three master suites for privacy and on a open lot with level parking.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee
Price: $374,900
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