Sevierville Homes for Sale
Your Hometown in the Smokies
Sevierville is located just north of Pigeon Forge. U.S. 441, known locally as the Parkway, connects Sevierville with Knoxville to the north and Cherokee, N.C., to the south. Smoky Mountain tourism thrives here, and that means you’ll find tons of things to enjoy in Sevierville – from family-friendly escapades to adults-only entertainment at a regional winery, along with everything in between!
It’s a fact: Smoky Mountain fun begins in Sevierville. This little city stands in the mountains’ majestic shadow, but that doesn’t mean it’s dark at all – in fact, you’ll find tons of opportunity to explore, learn and most of all, have fun! No matter whether you’re ready to shop ‘til you drop or dine on international cuisine, you’ll stay busy in Sevierville.
Sevierville’s biggest claim to fame might be country music superstar Dolly Parton. Our hometown girl grew up in the hills around Sevierville and is commemorated with a life-size bronze statue on the courthouse lawn. The famous statue is a great photo opportunity and part of a 28-stop walking tour taking you through town to learn about Dolly’s childhood home.
Be sure to check out The City of Sevierville website for up-to-date information affecting the city.
Tourism, Dining, Shopping and more!
Beautiful views, booming tourism, and true taste of the South...
Like its neighboring cities of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Sevierville – named for John Sevier, Tennessee’s first governor – has reaped the benefits of a booming tourism industry. With a population of just over 16,000, Sevierville is the eighth oldest city in the state and the birthplace of country music legend Dolly Parton. Many visitors and locals alike enjoy the numerous attractions and spectacular shows that Sevierville has to offer. The city also houses a variety of restaurants serving everything from home-cooked cuisine to exotic dinners. Best of all is the convenience of having the best malls in the Great Smoky Mountains at your fingertips.
Why you will love living in Sevierville...
More than just tourist attractions...
Sure, Sevierville is touristy and yes the views are amazing. But why live in Sevierville? Well, not only is Sevierville home to majority of employers in the area, but if you’ve got children, Sevierville has a great school system, both public and private. Not to mention there’s endless outdoor activities. Check out Trip Advisor’s Top 10 Things to Do in Sevierville.
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