Estill Springs, Tennessee
Real Estate and Community Information

History 

The first people who lived near what is now the Estill Springs real estate market included Cherokee Indians who settled near the Elk River over 600 years ago. They lived in homes that overlooked several naturally occurring mineral springs.

The first American settlers arrived near Estill Springs during the early 1800s. Most of these settlers arrived after the Cherokees ceded their land to the United States.

The area remained isolated until the 1840s after Frank Estill's family donated several Estill Springs properties to a railroad company. The development of a railroad route near these properties encouraged many Tennessee residents to move to Estill Springs.

The demand for Estill Springs TN homes grew during the 1850s after health-conscious vacationers discovered the healing properties of the area's mineral springs. The discovery spurred the development of several spas in Estill Springs that played a large role in the area's economy until the 1930s.

The area's economy was revitalized during the 1940s after U.S Route 41-A was constructed. It continued to grow throughout the rest of the 20th century after the Tennessee Valley Authority constructed artificial lakes that overlooked several outdoor recreational sites.

Estill Springs homes for sale are situated nowadays in a friendly town that offers a stable living environment and many outdoor recreational activities. These benefits make purchasing real estate in Estill Springs worthwhile for anyone who wishes to relocate to Tennessee.

For more details about the history of homes for sale in Estill Springs, please read this interesting article written by the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce.

Parks and Recreational Facilities 

The Estill Springs area is home to many recreational activities that offer home buyers who visit our Estill Springs real estate agents many ways to enjoy Franklin County's sunny climate. For example, the Tullahoma Parks and Recreation Department offers two community centers, several gymnasiums, fitness center and swimming pools that offer many convenient ways to stay fit. It is also home to several parks, playgrounds and ballfields that host many adult and youth recreational activities. For more information about these recreational activities, please call 931-455-2648 during regular business hours.

Moreover, the Tims Ford Reservoir offers Estill Springs home buyers many fishing, kayaking and swimming oppertunties. It is also home to several boat ramps, parks and nature preserves that are open all year around. For more information about these recreational facilities, please call 865-632-2101 during regular business hours.

Attractions 

Estill Springs is home to many Franklin County attractions that are fun to explore. Some of the most popular Estill Springs attractions include the Tims Ford Marina and Resort, the Circle E Guest Ranch , the Taylor Creek Greenway and Tims Ford State Park.

Events

There are many fun events that take place near high-quality Estill Springs houses for sale. Some of these Estill Springs events include the Bonaroo Music and Arts Festival, the Winchester Dogwood Festival and the Franklin Jazz Festival. For additional information about other events that take place near Estill Springs TN, please visit this event website maintained by the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce.

If you are buying, selling, or have any questions about real estate in this area, contact Margaret & Ashley Lynch, your local real estate professionals!



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Margaret & Ashley Lynch
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