Prestigious historic neighborhood with a charm and beauty
Welcome to Sequoyah Hills
Sequoyah Hills is notably one of the largest and most affluent historic communities in Knoxville. Sequoyah Hills is boarded on three sides by the Tennessee River and offers beautiful parks and greenways while being conveniently to both Downtown Knoxville and the Bearden area offering an abundance of grocery stores and shopping. Sequoyah Hills is acclaimed for its breathtaking spring landscapes and is a featured tour during the Dogwood Arts Festival.
The neighborhood contains numerous notable examples of mid-20th century residential architecture and range in styles from Tudor to Georgian and Modern which all boast impeccably landscaped lots, many of which oversee the Tennessee River. While known for the grand old luxury homes, the properties here range in size and prices offering their own unique charm and character. Home prices in Sequoyah Hills range in prices with modest sized homes starting around $675k while upmarket residences can climb as high as $3-5 million dollars.
What to Love
- Minutes from University of Tennessee and downtown Knoxville
- Historic homes with exceptional landscaping
- Close to West Knoxville’s most premier shopping and dinning
- Stunning views of the Tennessee River
- Incredible parks to enjoy
Lush, tranquil, and draped in a high-end social atmosphere, Sequoyah Hills is desirable for those who like being close to downtown Knoxville, golfers, and established families seeking a historic neighborhood. With 87 acres of park to play, relax, or exercise Sequoyah Hills is the location for those who love the outdoors, but want to remain close to the city.
Knoxville’s first golf course, Cherokee Country Club, lies at the end of Sequoyah Hills. Established in 1907; the clubhouse overlooks Fort Loudon Lake’s magnificent horseshoe bend. The homes on both sides of Lyons View Drive command panoramic views of the curving lake, with four tiers of smoke-blue mountains in the background.
Whether you stroll in one of the parks along the river, shop at some of Bearden’s unique boutiques, or experience a culinary adventure, Sequoyah Hills has something perfectly tailored to your needs.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Sequoyah Hills is close to Knoxville’s upscale shopping and dinning which is located in Bearden. Bearden offers local and quaint upscale shopping, featuring some top brand names like Lululemon, Free People, and Madewell. There are several antiques and collectibles like Vintage Treasures and interior shop as well and local shops featuring unique designs that showcase state pride and a love for Tennessee such as The DW Designs. Shop local artists at upscale galleries such as Bennett Galleries and Art Galleria. Meet friends or colleagues for a cup of coffee at K Brew or brunch at First Watch. Enjoy a craft beer at the largest and most hard to find beer selection at the Bearden Beer Market. If you’d like a local modern, minimalist cafe serving American breakfasts, lunches & Saturday brunch check out The Plaid Apron. Celebrate a special occasion with sophisticated elegance and a twist of southern grace at Bistro by the Tracks. You will also love the seasonally rotating menu offering you fresh dining and exquisite wines at Harvest Knoxville.
Things to Do
Divided into three sections each with its own parking, Sequoyah Hills Park boasts 84 acres featuring 3 sport fields, a playground and exercise yard, and two waterway accesses to the Tennessee River. There is plenty of open space for frisbee and picnics along with a trail that winds along the riverfront. There are two other City parks to visit nearby as well - Talahi Park and Whitlow-Logan Park.
Cherokee Country Club is conveniently located right off Lyons View Pike. This full-scale country club offers golf, tennis, bowling, swimming, food, beverages and exquisite views of the Tennessee River.
In the Spring enjoy a drive, walk, or bike ride tour the Sequoyah Hills Dogwood Trail, which features spectacular open gardens some of the most beautiful historic homes in Knoxville. Knoxville’s iconic dogwood trails date back to 1955 Take a drive, a walk, or a bike ride and enjoy the scenic natural beauty of our region! The trail begins and ends on Cherokee Boulevard. This street was named for the Indians who were Knoxville’s original “first settlers.”
Sequoyah Hills is served by the Knox County School District schools. Top educational opportunities include: