Johnnie Creel & The Creel Group

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Combined Open House in 4th & Gill

This weekend, The Creel Group and Rob Howard of Keller Williams Realty Knoxville will be holding a joint open house in the historic Knoxville neighborhood of Fourth & Gill. The charm of yesteryear abounds in this iconic Victorian-inspired section of Knoxville. Located minutes from the vibrant downtown area, 4th & Gill is one of Knoxville’s most popular historic neighborhoods. For the quality and craftsmanship, the homes are an excellent price point, and it is proven, because these homes rarely stay on the market for any length of time.

There is a rich history in this Knoxville neighborhood. Here is an excerpt from the history of Fourth & Gill: Historic Fourth & Gill is an excellent example of the neighborhoods that flourished in Knoxville during the last quarter of the 19th Century.  This was the period of the city’s greatest economic boom, which was fueled by manufacturing and the railroads.  The railroads also helped Knoxville become one of the leading wholesale centers in the South.  These economic successes were based primarily on the notions of unrestrained capitalism and urban growth.  Known as New South Urbanization, this ideology encouraged such things as urban transit, better public facilities, and the concept of suburbia.

You can learn more about the Fourth & Gill neighborhood’s legacy here. And if you want to check out the Fourth & Gill neighborhood in pictures, you can follow the neighborhood on Flickr. View all active listings in the Knoxville 37917 zip code here!

Visit 816 Luttrell and 214 E. Glenwood Sunday 11.24.13 from 2-4 pm and learn how you can live in a piece of history! Call 865.313.5100 or 865.694.5904 for more information or directions. Click here for Google maps to 816 Luttrell and 214 E. Glenwood.

816 Luttrell Knoxville, TN 37917

214 E Gelnwood Knoxville, TN 37917

For more information on these or other listings, contact The Creel Group of Keller Williams Realty Knoxville!

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