Sevierville Real Estate

Sevierville real estate listings are updated every 2 hours. Sevier County was created in 1794, named after the state’s Governor John Sevier, with the Forks-of-the-Little-Pigeon area chosen as the county seat the following year and renamed “Sevierville.”

James McMahan donated a 25-acre tract of land upon which the town square was erected. The first Sevier County Courthouse was built in 1796. Records show in 1856 a fire swept through Sevierville, burning a recently constructed courthouse, 41 houses, and several shops in the downtown area. The county lost nearly all of the vital records of its early settlers. Another courthouse was erected around 1900.

A rail line built in 1910 and the opening of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in 1934 contributed to Sevierville Tennessee’s increased growth. For the most part, downtown Sevierville serves Sevier County’s residents. The courthouse, police station and Sheriff’s complex form the hub of the city, while a majority of smaller structures house attorney offices and minority small service related businesses. Outlying streets are filled with a mix of real estate, consisting of single-family residential, apartments, condos and houses used for commercial purposes.

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