Red Light Corner

Vacant Land for Sale
Also listed as Retail-Commercial, Office
Catylist Listing ID: 29981037
Property Subtypes: Office, Retail, Other
Gross Land Area: 1.25 Acres
Sale Price: $150,000 Per Acre
Total Price: $187,500
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 2/13/2019

Overview / Comments

Very gentle rolling acreage. Ideal for Retail or Office. Located next to William Blount High School.

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Financials

Finance Data Year 2016
Real Estate Taxes - Annual($) $559.45 (Annual)

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Knoxville
County: Blount
Tax ID/APN: 056 106.02
Zoning: SUBURBANIZING
Site Description: Vacant, cleared and very gently rolling with road frontage on County Farm Rd and William Blount Dr.
Area Description: Blount County, one of the oldest counties in Tennessee, was established in 1795 when the territorial legislature separated from Knox County. The county was named for William Blount, governor of the territory of the United States south of the Ohio River. It is situated in the eastern portion of Tennessee and borders the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Blount County is home to six incorporated cities – Alcoa, Friendsville, Louisville, Maryville, Rockford and Townsend. The county has more than 120,000 citizens. A convenient regional metropolitan airport, McGhee-Tyson, is located in Alcoa. Blount County's population is predominantly between the ages of 25 to 45. There are more than 25 miles of greenway trails in the community. Blount County covers an area of 584 square miles, an elevation of 989 feet above sea level and it is located near the geographic center of the eastern United States and is within 500 miles of approximately 50 percent of the U.S. population. Blount County is bordered on the east by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and on the west by the great chain of lakes created by the Tennessee Valley Authority, and the Little Tennessee River parallels the southern border. The County is served by several major highways: U.S. Highway 129, 411 and 321, as well as, State Route I-140, 33 and 95 and State Highway 73 leading directly into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Blount County is governed by a county commission/county mayor form of government. There are three public school systems in Blount County. Several higher education facilities are in the area as well. Maryville College is a small liberal arts college located on 370 acres in Maryville. Pellissippi State is a community college that supports continuing education for Knox and Blount Counties. The University of Tennessee at Knoxville is located just 14 miles from Maryville. Blount County has more than 100 manufacturing plants. The largest employers are the Aluminum Company of America, Denso Manufacturing Tennessee, Inc. and Blount Memorial Hospital. It is estimated that nearly 10 million people visit the Smoky Mountains each year, which is the highest visitation of any of the nation’s national parks. There is an abundance of outdoor recreation activities with five area lakes and areas to enjoy hiking, rock climbing, fly and bass fishing. The Smoky Mountain Tourism Development Authority provides visitor information to travelers at www.smokymountains.org. Blount County has a variety of space available for conferences, meetings and other business functions. From Hwy 321 toward Lenoir City turn left onto William Blount Dr. Turn left onto County Farm Rd. Property is immediately on the left.
Zoning Description: SUBURBANIZING
Topography: Level

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 4,585 23,031 57,870
Median Age: 35.2 39.55 40.18
Households: 1,788 9,126 22,980
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