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Farragut Featured Neighborhood: McFee Manor Offers Great Location

By Knoxvillehometeam @KnoxHomeTeam

McFeeManorFarragutNeighborhood (2)McFee Manor is West Knoxville neighborhood located in the Farragut area. It is located off of McFee Road, near Old Stage Road. Residents of this neighborhood enjoy a convenient location in West Knoxville.

It is relatively small subdivision. There are 47 homes in this Farragut subdivision. Most of these homes are less than 10 years old with the average year of construction being 2005. The average square footage of homes in this West Knoxville neighborhood is 3,148 square feet. The average prices of homes for sale in McFee Manor is $380,020. Homeowner’s association fees for this subdivision are $250 per year. Residents of Farragut attend Farragut Elementary School, Farragut Middle School, and Farragut High School, which are all part of the Knox County School System.

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With it being so close to Kingston Pike, this Farragut area subdivision is just minutes from many popular West Knoxville locations. This West Knoxville neighborhood is close to schools and grocery stores including the new Ingles, Fresh Market and Kroger Martketplace. This neighborhood is also close Turkey Creek Shopping Center which has a wide-variety of restaurants, shops, and a large movie theater for residents to enjoy. This Farragut neighborhood will also be close the to Costco location coming to Farragut.

Does this West Knoxville community interest you? If you are interested in homes for sale in McFee Manor, check out the map above to see what homes are currently for sale in this subdivision. If there is anyway Knoxville Home Team can assist you in your West Knoxville home search, do not hesitate to give us a call. Also, be sure to check out the Wentworth and Fox Run Subdivisions, which have many similarities to this one. Rick can be reached at 865-696-9002 or via email at [email protected]. Kati can be reached at 865-392-5880 or via email at [email protected].

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