adventures in knoxville real estate by suzy trotta

Knoxville Neighborhood of the Week: Fairmont & Emoriland

© 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved.
© 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved.

This week Neighborhood of the Week heads up north to revisit two grand streets that make up one quaint little neighborhood: Fairmont and Emoriland Boulevards.

The area around Fairmont and Emoriland Boulevards was first developed in the 1920s, but the neighborhood has many homes built in the 30s, 40s, and 50s. Architectural styles in the neighborhood include Tudor, Spanish Eclectic, and Colonial Revival, as well as many cottage style homes.

© 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved.
© 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved.

Both boulevards are wide and tree-lined, but Emoriland Blvd features a large median that runs the length of the main part of the street. Side streets connect the two boulevards and with sidewalks throughout the neighborhood, Fairmont & Emoriland is a very walkable neighborhood.

© 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved.
© 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved.

The Fairmont & Emoriland area is easily accessible via I-40 (when it’s not closed down for construction), I-640, and I-275. It’s also a great place for anyone looking for a quick commute to downtown or the UT campus.

So if you’re looking for a affordable, historic home in an quaint, walkable neighborhood with easy access to interstates, UT and downtown, the Fairmont & Emoriland area might be right up your alley.

© 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved.
© 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved.

Special thanks to AAKT’s resident photographer, Robert Stockdale, for the great shots of Fairmont & Emoriland. If you would like to learn more about Robert’s work, please visit his website.

Here’s Fairmont & Emoriland by the numbers -

Fairmont & Emoriland*

Current On-Market Listings – 3
Average Asking Price: $110,467
Median Asking Price: $109,000

Average square footage: 1427

Most Expensive: $112,500 (3 BR, 1.5 BA, 1300+ sq ft built in 1950)

Least Expensive: $109,000 (3 BR, 2 BA, 1000+ sq ft built in 1997)

Middle of the Road: $109,900 (3 BR, 2 BA, 1900+ sq ft built in 1958)

Current Pending Sales – 0

Average Asking Price – NA
Median Asking Price – NA

Closed Sales – 2nd Quarter 2012- 1
Asking Price – $99,900
Sales Price – $99,900
Square Footage – 1208
Average Days on Market – 33

Closed Sales – 2nd Quarter 2011- 4
Average Asking Price – $165,850
Average Sales Price – $157,375
Average Square Footage – 1950
Average Days on Market – 196

Closed Sales – 2nd Quarter 2010- 1
Asking Price – $129,900
Sales Price – $124,000
Square Footage – 1936
Days on Market – 108

Closed Sales – 2nd Quarter 2009- 2
Average Asking Price – $127,400
Average Sales Price – $122,000
Median Sales Price – NA
Days on Market – 99

*Data taken from KAARMLS on 08/15/1a does not include condos, PUDS, adjacent neighborhoods or multi-family units.

As always, if you want any more information about any of these properties, or if you’d like to check one of them out in person, just give me a shout.

If you would like to receive a full list of properties for sale in this neighborhood, or if you would like to be notified of new listings,send me an email with either “Current Fairmont & Emoriland Listings” or “New Fairmont & Emoriland Listings” in the subject line and I’ll take care of the rest. Spam is so 2010.

Know of a great corner of KTown that would also make a great NOTW? Let me know about it and you might just see it here in the coming weeks.

 

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Hard working Knoxville real estate agent by day. Intrepid Knoxville real estate blogger by night.

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