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Seymour Real Estate

Seymour real estate listings are updated every 2 hours. On Dec. 18th, 1909 the Knoxville, Sevierville and Eastern Railroad was completed and the station in what had previously been known as Trundles Crossroads was renamed Seymour in honor of Charles Seymour, who, as chief engineer, had helped construct the first railroad in Sevier County.

Seymour real estate is some of the most affordable within Sevier, Blount and Knox Counties. Located between Knoxville and Sevierville’s main thoroughfare into the Great Smoky Mountains, Seymour has seen a lot of growth over the past 12 years. In the last 6 years the area has witnessed the building of new housing developments, primarily along Boyd’s Creek. The Chapman Highway, Hwy 411, and Boyd’s Creek areas of Seymour now house dozens of restaurants, stores, and professional/medical facilities, with no slowdown in sight. People looking to live in East Tennessee find Seymour’s rural lifestyle, homes with large lots or land, and abundant small farms very attractive. Schools educating grades K-12 all face each other and are less than a quarter mile apart.

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