Knoxville New Homes Directory
The Knoxville New Homes Directory is designed to be the most simple, easy to use real estate resource on the web, for finding new homes in Knoxville for sale, new home builders, and new home communities in Knoxville, Tennessee. You may search for new homes and new condos in Knoxville by Price, Location, Builders, and by Master Planned Communities.
Knoxville is the third-largest city in the U.S. state of Tennessee, behind Memphis and Nashville, and is Knox County's county seat. It is also the largest city in East Tennessee. Knoxville is home to a rich arts community and has many festivals throughout the year. Its contributions to old-time, bluegrass, and country music are numerous, from Flatt & Scruggs and Homer & Jethro to the Everly Brothers and Hank Williams, who spent the last night of his life there.
In its May 2003 "20 Most Rock & Roll towns in the U.S." feature, Blender ranked Knoxville the 17th best music scene in the United States. In the ’90s, noted alternative-music critic Ann Powers, author of Weird Like Us: My Bohemian America, referred to the city as "Austin without the hype".
The city also hosts numerous art festivals, including the 17-day Dogwood Arts Festival in April, which features art shows, crafts fairs, food and live music. Also in April is the Rossini Festival, which celebrates opera and Italian culture. June's Kuumba (meaning creativity in Swahili) Festival commemorates the region's African American heritage and showcases visual arts, folk arts, dance, games, music, storytelling, theater, and food. Autumn on the Square showcases national and local artists in outdoor concert series at historic Market Square, revitalized with specialty shops and residences. Every Labor Day brings Boomsday, the largest Labor Day fireworks display in the United States, to the Tennessee River banks between the University of Tennessee football stadium and downtown.