Welcome to Concord/Bluegrass
Commuters dream flourishing with nature and activity.
One of Tennessee’s best-kept secrets, Concord-Bluegrass is conveniently located off Pellissippi Parkway, boasting handy access to the Tyson McGee Airport while flanked by stunning views of the Smoky Mountains. A great destination for commuters, especially those needing to get to Oak Ridge National Lab, Concord-Bluegrass offers ease and incredible community amenities, from sports fields to golf courses, lush parks, and scenic trails, Olympic-sized pools as well as lake access for boating and fishing. Its gorgeous landscaping, bedroom community feel, and proximity to the Northshore Town Center makes this charming harbor community a perfect place to call home.
Architecturally, neighborhoods here embody the best. From Gettysvue to Riversound, Eagle Glen, and more, you’ll find single-story bungalows, cozy 20th-century ranchers, contemporary Craftsman homes, and historic Southern-style residences are all etched upon impeccably landscaped lots. Many grand homes are flanked by Amazon-like forests and tucked away on gated drives. Home prices reflect the upscale value of Concord-Bluegrass properties, with lower listings starting around $175k while upmarket residences can climb as high as $800k, sometimes a little more.
What to Love
- Commuters dream
- Cozy eateries and waterfront pubs
- Scenic vicinity with a coastal feel
- Incredible recreation at the tip of your fingers
- Prime location to the best of Knoxville
- Amazing schools not far from home
Lush, tranquil, and draped in a high-end social atmosphere, Concord/bluegrass is a dream haven for nature enthusiasts, golfers, young families seeking a hearty locale, and empty-nesters looking to kick back in a community of active adults and vibrant events. Whether you want to laze in the park or boat in the lake, shop your heart out or embark on a culinary adventure, Concord/bluegrass has got something perfectly tailored to your needs. Not to forget that luxury lovers will delight in the exclusive lifestyle offered by the community's private abodes.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Northshore Town Center
is where shoppers from Concord-Bluegrass gratify themselves and is a 133-acre, pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use community. A master-planned community designed for convenience, eateries, and stores dot the Town Center's beautiful roads, making it a wonderful place for everyone to hang out. Home to a Target, Publix
, and Chick Fil A, it has all your every day needs from retail and grocery stores to restaurants, banks and office space.
Savor a refined plate of strawberry salad at a sleek stone and steel decorated eatery overlooking gorgeous water views. Yes, Lakeside Tavern
has an assorted menu of fillet mignon, fish and chips, grilled salmon, Hawaiian sirloin, and more. Casual dining for the entire family to enjoy with live music, corn hole, and outdoor patio seating is Corner 16
Things to Do
The abundance of parks and waterways is perhaps one of the best things about the Concord-Bluegrass area. Stunning lake and mountain views await at The Cove at Concord Park which features 500 acres and has boat ramp access, concessions, fishing, marina, natural trails for mountain biking, paved trails, picnic areas, a playground, tennis courts, and more!
Carl Cowan Park has got a splash pad for kids as well as an adult porch swing by the water. Don’t forget to bring the whole family along for a picnic by the river. If you’re looking to get a hole in one, hit the par-3 golf course at Concord Park. You can also bring your dog along to the jumping-off ramp or kayak in the lake. And during the holidays, you’ll be enchanted by the Christmas Light Show lighting up the park. Check out the local Ebenezer Road farmer’s markets here open April-November, featuring locally-produced honey, grass-fed beef, fruits and vegetables, herbs, eggs, cheeses, breads, granolas, flowers and plants.
Concord-Bluegrass is served by the Knox County School District, home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
||Highlands at Northshore
|Preserve at Gleason