The town of Farragut has a population of a little more than 22,500 people and boasts that coveted small-town atmosphere while still providing a wealth of retail, dining, and recreational opportunities. This isn't just a great place to visit - it's somewhere you will want to put down some roots!
Farragut wasn't incorporated until 1980, but history traces settlement here back to 1787 when it was known as Campbell's Station! The town now takes its name from Union Admiral David Farragut who was born east of Farragut back in 1801 and fought in the American Civil War.
West Knoxville lies to the west of the downtown area and covers the area from Sequoyah Hills on the east to the border of Farragut on the west. The majority of West Knoxville centres on and around Kingston Pike, encompassing the neighborhoods of Lyons View, Forest Hills, Bearden. West Hills, Westmoreland Heights, Cedar Bludd and Ebenezer.
Our recent featured community developments include The Cove at Turkey Creek, Berkeley Park, and The Battery at Berkeley Park.
Farragut enjoys a range of amenities including parks, visitor attractions, and lots of retail and dining opportunities. It is also within easy commuting distance of downtown Knoxville.
Locally Owned Business
Phil Cobble Fine Homes & Land is a locally owned business here in Farragut. We live in the neighborhood. We know the neighbors. We know the market!
Community Groups & Organizations
Farragut has a number of organizations from community homeowners associations, to the local business alliance and our many volunteer programs all of which enrich the local area.
The Farragut Chamber of Commerce offers lots of ways to connect with fellow business owners, professionals, and community leaders in the Farragut area.