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Kingsport, Tennessee Real Estate

The real estate market of Kingsport is varied. Condominiums and townhouses are available from under $100,000 to more than $200,000. Some units include amenities such as fireplaces, two-car garages, carports and swimming pools. Single-family detached homes are available from well under $100,000 to more than $625,000 for large estate properties.

Attractive Kingsport homes are available in a variety of styles - including ranch, colonial, contemporary, traditional, Cape Cod , split foyers, farmhouses, log homes and Victorians. Well-planned subdivisions are available in a broad spectrum of prices both inside the city and on the perimeters. Many homes are located on lots with outstanding views and well-manicured lawns, while others boast large wooded lots. Some homes in Kingsport include all the extras like fireplaces, swimming pools, Jacuzzis and whirlpool tubs. Lakeside and riverfront properties offer scenic water views and accessible docks. Land for custom building is readily available in Kingsport from $15,000 to more than $475,000.
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Kingsport Community Information

Just a few miles from the Virginia border in the northeastern corner of Tennessee lies the burgeoning city of Kingsport. Initially chartered in 1822, Kingsport garnered its name from an early boat yard on the Holston River known as William King's Port. The city has enjoyed steady residential and industrial growth for many years. Kingsport's top-notch police department, parks and schools - combined with its excellent reputation and outstanding government performance - helped to earn the tri-city region an "All-American City" designation in 1999. In addition, large corporations such as Eastman Chemical Company and AFG Industries have chosen Kingsport as their home.

Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Kingsport offers a multitude of attractions and recreational opportunities. Residents have access to 100 square miles of water, 1,500 miles of shoreline and numerous caverns and hiking trails to explore. Golfers can tee off on one of Kingsport's four 18-hole golf courses. Racing fans will want to visit Bristol Motor Speedway, home of two major NASCAR events.

Kingsport's rich past is celebrated at historic sites such as the Exchange Place, a farm complex dating from the early 1800s. The Netherland Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and reminds visitors of the city's pivotal role in the saga of the early American frontier. With a prestigious reputation and a wide range of high-quality attractions, it is not surprising that Kingsport is known as "Tennessee's bright spot."

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