Urban City living

Moving to Chattanooga from an “urban city” and looking to live without a car? Looking to downsize your life from the full day of yard work every weekend but not ready for a condo’s cramped space? Do you spend every weekend in downtown Chattanooga hearing music, attending Lookouts games, or attending lectures at UTC?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, our Chattanooga Property Shop listing of the week  could be the home for you.  Two stored home nestled in among historical homes and new construction this home offers all the benefits of city living (minimal landscaping and easy commutes) with the benefits more often found in the suburbs (lots of storage, large bedrooms and outdoor living spaces).

Urban living

Chattanooga is a very cool place to live, mostly because it offers something for everyone. If a suburban neighborhood with cul de sacs and the benefits of a neighborhood association are your thing, we have that. If land, land, land is your cup of strong brewed tea, town center is less than 30 minutes away from land in not only Tennessee, but Georgia as well.  Urban living whether a condo with all amenities such as a pool and gym or newly renovated or new construction home is also something that is a growing trend. More people are choosing to live near work than ever before.

Chattanooga is quickly becoming a bike friendly town with the instillation of bike lanes and our very own bike share program to rival Washington, D.C. and New York City. Our ever improving public transportation system runs almost everywhere and is easy and safe. Commuting to work, the gym, dinner and entertainment is almost as easy as walking down the street if you live near downtown or on the North Shore.


Chattanooga Property Shop has experience both living and playing in Chattanooga. Our experiences not only include urban living and walking to eat, but also country living on a family farm. Our team is ready to help you find what is the right fit for you.


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