North Shore Average Home Price*: $254,000 Filled with trendy shops and restaurants, North Shore has long been a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. However, over the past
The Best Neighborhoods In Chattanooga for Young Adults
Dated: March 19 2021
Average Home Price*: $254,000
Filled with trendy shops and restaurants, North Shore has long been a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. However, over the past several years, it has become an increasingly popular place to live for young professionals and families. Living in North Shore, you’re a short walk away from Coolidge Park, the famous Walnut Street Bridge, and many local hangout spots. North Shore is filled with a mix of cute,1930’s bungalow homes, as well as new modern builds. With such close proximity to downtown, it’s no surprise it’s one of the most desirable neighborhoods in all of Chattanooga.
Average Home Price: $344,399
No area in Chattanooga has seen as much change in the past decade as the Southside. Once the center of industry in Chattanooga, Southside has transformed into a sustainable urban neighborhood filled with parks, restaurants, art galleries, and live music.
Near the world-famous Chattanooga Choo Choo, Southside has seen a boom in housing construction over the past decade and has a number of newly built apartments, townhouses, and single-family homes. It is the ideal location for young people who enjoy going out.
Average Home Price: $217,200
Just a few minutes from downtown, you would never know that Red Bank isn’t technically part of Chattanooga. The only spot on our list outside city limits, Red Bank is perfect for the young couples that want to be close to downtown, but like things a little quieter. The houses and yards tend to be bigger than other places on our list, making it an ideal spot for dog lovers.
Average Home Price: $243,254
Historic St. Elmo has become extremely popular with young urbanites recently. In fact, it’s one of the fastest-growing areas in Chattanooga. Many people move to St. Elmo for its historic charm. Hundreds of homes in the neighborhood are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. But St. Elmo has more to offer than its well-preserved architecture. Nestled at the bottom of Lookout Mountain, St. Elmo is close to tons of outdoor attractions. It’s a short drive from world-famous Rock City, Ruby Falls, Lula Lake, and endless hiking and biking trails. And for climbing fans, it's new some favorite local spots including Sunset Rock and The Boulders on Old Wauhatchie.
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* ”Average Home Price” indicates the average price of homes sold for in 2020. All statistics listed courtesy of Greater Chattanooga Realtors.