knoxville real estateKnoxville Real Estate is centrally located in the eastern United States at a hub of three major interstates, I-40 from North Carolina to California, I-75 from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, and I-81 from Canada to Knoxville. More than 60 million Americans are within a day’s drive of Knoxville real estate.

Annual averages of rainfall is 46 inches and snow 13 inches. The growing season averages 214 days. At approximately 1050 feet elevation, between the Cumberland plateau and the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, the climate is diverse and interesting.

A latitude of 36 degrees provides the area four distinct seasons. Winter is mainly from January to mid February with sporadic snowfall of 1 to 3 inches. Spring arrives in March and is usually rainy and chilly. Afternoons warm into the 60′s and 70′s with flowers blooming in April. Typical Knoxville real estate summers, produce highs in the upper 80′s and low 90′s with scattered afternoon thunderstorms. September brings the Fall. The first killing frost arrives around November 2 and the last around April 2.

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