• Centrally Located
  • Private 2-Car Garage
  • Expansive Indoor & Outdoor Spaces
  • Stunning Views
  • Available For Purchase


Hatcher-Hill Properties, one of Knoxville’s most trusted and successful real estate developers is embarking on a new project unlike anything our area has ever seen.

City House is a stunning addition to downtown Knoxville and offers a combination of space and amenities that are truly remarkable. Each of these seven homes offers an incredible 3000 square feet of living area inside, plus a large rooftop deck that adds 500 square feet of outdoor living space. Each of these properties also have a private, 2-car garage, an extremely rare amenity in the downtown area making these homes highly desirable.

Never before in downtown Knoxville have there been homes available for purchase that offer the space and security of the suburbs less than a five minute walk from Market Square. Each of these private residences have a large kitchen, living room and dining room, three bedrooms (with the possibility of a fourth), three bathrooms and laundry room…and let’s not forget that rooftop deck.

Located at 535 Vine Avenue, which is also the highest point in downtown Knoxville.

Making a home at City House means you will enjoy all the benefits of Suburban Living, just steps away from Gay Street, Market Square and The Old City, Downtown Knoxville’s central entertainment and dining hotspots. To make our point, we’ve collected this shortlist of great things to do that are just steps away from your front door at City House. There are dozens of additional attractions within walking distance of our location, but this is a great list to get you started.


Balter Beerworks Craft Brewery & Restaurant

348 Feet – 2 Minute Walk – 248 Steps Away

Balter started out over home brews in the owner’s garage. After rehabilitating an old service station in downtown Knoxville, Balter opened in a February 2016. Every bite and every sip at Balter is crafted daily from scratch, using the freshest ingredients available. Balter is constantly refreshing food and beer menus to highlight seasonal delicacies. Balter offers a place for friends and family to reconnect in a space that weaves urban aesthetics with the history of the old service station.

Knox Whiskey Works Distillery/Tasting Room

365 Feet – 2 Minute Walk – 250 Steps Away

Knox Whiskey Works is Knoxville's first (legal) distillery. Established in 2015, we craft award-winning Old City Heirloom Corn Whiskey from local corn. Once distilled, it is placed in new charred oak barrels to rest until it becomes bourbon. Along with our corn whiskey, we produce Jackson Ave Gin, barrel-aged Marble City Pink Gin, Cold City Old Brew Coffee Liqueur, Fleur de Vie Liqueur, Tennessee Tailgate Orange Vodka and new products are always "in the Works."

Chivo Taqueria Tacos & Tequila

.3 Miles – 6 Minute Walk – 600 Steps Away

Chivo Taqueria is a unique, casual, full service restaurant that features our interpretation of tacos, fused with local ingredients. It boasts a decor that champions both Mexican and American cultures with a distinct, unrivaled selection of both tequilas and whiskeys. Our interpretation of cocktails made from these spirits will always utilize the freshest ingredients, insuring the highest quality drinks. Our full service bar also features an excellent selection of wines and craft beers.

Stock & Barrel Burgers, Bourbon & Beer

.3 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 500 Steps Away

Stock and Barrel’s entire concept is driven by the Knoxville community using fresh, local ingredients in all our menu options. We want a place for our customers to feel at home and welcome when they are here whether it is for a business luncheon, a first date or a place for family and friends to come together and have dinner and drinks with one another.

Knox Mason Farm to Table/Fine Dining

.4 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 800 Steps Away

Knox Mason is a full service restaurant and bar. Chef Matt Gallaher’s seasonally focused menu changes regularly and features the finest Southern products available. Hyper-local Southern staples such as Benton’s Bacon, Riverplains Farm Eggs and Cruze Farm Buttermilk take their place alongside Arbequena Olive Oil from Texas, Bourbon Barrel Smoked Paprika from Kentucky and Olive and Sinclair Chocolate from Nashville to round out the modern Southern Pantry.

Cruze Farm Ice Cream

.4 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 800 Steps Away

Fresh churned ice cream made with milk from the family dairy farm located in Knox County Tennessee.

Emilia Simple, Seasonal Italian

.3 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 500 Steps Away

Located on the historic Market Square in Knoxville, Tennessee, Emilia serves simple, seasonal Italian cuisine inspired by the Emilia-Romanga region of Italy. All our pastas are made in-house daily.

JC Holdway Bar & Restaurant

.3 Miles – 6 Minute Walk – 450 Steps Away

J.C. Holdway restaurant is named after James Beard Award Winner Chef Joseph Lenn's late uncle, Joseph Charles Holdway, or “Uncle Joe,” as Lenn called him. By using wood-fire techniques, Lenn’s restaurant provides a nod to cooking in an old-world way. While the restaurant uses the latest in wood-fire capabilities, Lenn was inspired by the ways of rural Appalachia before today’s modern conveniences were available. Additionally, he believes that the flavor the wood imparts to the food is something that cannot be recreated by gas or electric cooking and that it further elevates the dish. Lenn created J.C. Holdway with the intention of providing more than just a place to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries. Instead, the restaurant caters to those who want a quality meal for any occasion.

The Phoenix Pharmacy & Fountain Vintage Ice Cream/Soda Fountain

.3 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 500 Steps Away

This throwback to a simpler time is an independently owned and operated Pharmacy and Soda Fountain. This unique establishment is a must see for tourists and locals alike using the very same hands-on approach, customer-driven focus, and commitment to excellence that has symbolized the pharmacy for years. With the fountain, the philosophy is simple, “we believe the hard way (the way our grandmothers and great grandmothers taught us to do it) not only tastes better but is better for you. that’s why everything from our ice cream to our marshmallow fluff is hand-made from the freshest possible ingredients by people who care about providing the best possible experience for each guest every time.”

Oliver Royale Bar & Restaurant

.3 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 500 Steps Away

Open for lunch and dinner, plus a weekend brunch that draws a lively local crowd for dishes like Crab Cake Benedict and Chicken & Biscuits, Oliver Royale is the handiwork of Executive Chef Jonathan Gatlin, who taps local purveyors like Mossy Creek Farms and Ridge Top Gardens to craft his seasonal New American menus. Highlights include Seared Scallops, Oliver Burger, Bone in Ribeye and Seared Trout (just to name a few). Top it off with house-made desserts like Carrot Cake, Macarons & Truffles and a Chocolate Brownie. If cocktailing is on your mind, Oliver Royale offers an extensive (and quite imaginative) drinks menu featuring infused whiskeys, barrel-aged bourbons and other spirited fare.

Lonesome Dove Urban Western Cuisine

.5 Miles – 10 Minute Walk – 1000 Steps Away

Lonesome Dove Knoxville features both classic and new tastes, with Knox-inspired dishes & drinks that showcase Love’s creative use of bold flavors, wild game, and signature wood-fired cooking techniques alongside a diverse wine program. The menu is divided into several sections, beginning with Love’s proprietary Wild Game Fettine. It features a selection of choice cuts spit-roasted over open mesquite fire, such as DUCK, RABBIT-RATTLESNAKE SAUSAGE, PISTACHIOS, and QUINCE; ELK, PORK SPINALIS, HUCKLEBERRIES, and BLACK GARLIC; and LAMB, QUAIL, TEXAS HERBS, and CITRUS-CHILI PASTE.

Tomato Head Casual/Healthy Dining

.3 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 600 Steps Away

What began as the Flying Tomato and five day a week lunch spot serving on paper plates with plastic forks has evolved into a tradition of freshly preparing breads, dressings and desserts each morning as well as serving as a supporter of Knoxville’s culture, neighborhoods and people.

With food as the focus, The Tomato Head has also served as a venue to musical acts, poetry readings, and performance art. It continues to host monthly exhibits that celebrate local artist efforts.

Pete’s Coffee Shop Legendary Local Greasy Spoon Breakfast

.3 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 600 Steps Away

Started in May 21, 1986, Pete's Coffee Shop and Restaurant is a family operated business. Opened by Pete and Rita Natour to serve Knoxville breakfast and lunch six days a week. Our aim is to provide quality home cooked food and customer service in a clean environment. What makes Pete's different is the attention to the three Cs: courtesy, consistency, and cleanliness. Nourished by regular downtown workers, families, university students, and tourists, Pete's has the staff has a total of 57 years of restaurant experience at Pete's. Pete, Rita, and their great staff take pride in treating their customers like family, they will always know your name.

Soccer Taco Mexican/Latin

.4 Miles – 8 Minute Walk – 650 Steps Away

The heart of Soccer Taco formed in 2005 around three concepts: authentic Mexican food, the importance of family and friends, and soccer. Founding owners, including current co-owner Viviana Nicholas, set out to create a Latin sports bar, which meant emphasizing fútbol (soccer). They developed a menu inspired by Mexican taquerías (‘taco shops’). And after much debate – at one point owners considered calling their new restaurant Taco Goooooal – everyone agreed on the name Soccer Taco. The first restaurant opened on Kingston Pike in Bearden late that summer and was ahit!

Southern Grit Kitchen & Bar

.4 Miles – 8 Minute Walk – 650 Steps Away

Southern and lowcountry inspired cuisine in Knoxville's historic Old City.

Tupelo Honey Bar/Restaurant

.3 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 550 Steps Away

Tupelo Honey is a revival of Southern food and traditions rooted in the Carolina Mountains. We craft brunches, lunches and suppers that bring family and friends around the table and allow for conversations and cocktails to linger longer than usual. Our Southern spirit is infused into every bite of our flavor driven dishes. Our food is a revival of southern classics that create an experience so soulful even the cicadas would sing about it.

Vienna Coffee

.4 Miles – 8 Minute Walk – 650 Steps Away

Vienna Coffee is synonymous with award-winning, locally roasted coffee. Vienna Coffee at The Regas Building (“Vienna Regas”) is the synthesis of great coffee and great community. Vienna Regas is THE GATHERING PLACE for many who study, work, and live in downtown Knoxville.


Scruffy City Hall Bar/Live Music

.3 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 550 Steps Away

One of Knoxville’s best music venues. The sound is first rate and there is not a bad seat in the house. Full bars on the first and second floors and a huge covered patio on the second floor make for a great event space. On the roof is the Scroof, a unique rooftop experience.

Maple Hall Bowling Alley/Bar & Restaurant

.4 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 800 Steps Away

Maple Hall is a boutique 11-lane bowling alley located in the historic J.C. Penney building in the heart of downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. We offer a full-service bar, small plates, cozy lounge areas, a live stage and a 2-lane private VIP room. We are a spirited bowling experience that can host every kind of party.

Suttree’s/Harrogates Lounge Craft Beer Bar/ Vintage Video Games

.4 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 800 Steps Away

Suttree's High Gravity Tavern is a neighborhood bar in downtown Knoxville, TN specializing in a excellent selection of regular and high gravity craft beers and fine spirits. Oh yeah, we have ramen and an arcade too.

Barley’s Bar/Restaurant/Live Music

.6 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 1200 Steps Away

Located in Knoxville’s Historic Old City at 200 E. Jackson Ave. , Barley’s offers great food, live music and the best draft beer selection in Knoxville. Our menu features pub favorites such as hand-battered chicken tenders, juicy burgers, southwestern wraps and fresh salads in addition to changing daily specials and an incredible selection of customizable, unique pizzas. With 96 beers on tap and even more in the bottle, you’d be hard pressed to find a better selection of hoppy, malted goodness anywhere in town. With daily drink specials including half price pints on Tuesday, there’s certain to be a perfect day (or two or seven) this week to join us for a meal, a drink or both!

The Mill & Mine Live Music & Events

.5 Miles – 10 Minute Walk – 1000 Steps Away

The Mill & Mine is a state-of-the-art concert and event venue nestled in historic downtown Knoxville. The Mill & Mine features an indoor stage, state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, an 8,000-square-foot courtyard lawn with portable bars and lounge seating, private suites, and space capable of accommodating up to 1,200 people for concerts.

Merchants of Beer Beer Market & Humidor

.9 Miles – 9 Minute Walk – 1000 Steps Away

With 38 unique beers on tap, everything from pilsners to sour ales, chances are we've got a beer for your entire entourage. Looking for that special beer, but don't have time to hang out? Our market has an excellent selection of craft beers (kept perfectly chilled in our Cellarium). Buy full six packs or mix and match! Also, MOB carries a wide selection of name brand cigars in all three flavor profiles - mild, medium and full.


Rala Custom Curated Gifts

.4 Miles – 8 Minute Walk – 650 Steps Away

Rala is a little shop of treasures located in the vibrant old city area of Knoxville, TN. Established in 2010, we are an inventive retail space that provides a venue for modern goods and gifts made with love by artists from around the corner and across the world. Rala features original art, letterpress prints, a unique and diverse collection of greeting cards along with contemporary jewelry and accessories. We specialize in creative gifts for creative people!

Bliss Home Home Furnishings

.3 Miles – 6 Minute Walk – 550 Steps Away

Bliss Home offers quality furniture, interior design, stylish home decor, distinct gifts, women's clothing, and registry items. Nestled in downtown Knoxville TN, Bliss offers an alternative to the standard retail experience by providing a wonderful selection of apparel, uncommon gifts andhandmade jewelry in downtown Knoxville, TN.

Earth to Old City

.3 Miles – 6 Minute Walk – 550 Steps Away

The “Keep Knoxville Scruffy!” Store (plus a whole lot more). Locally-owned and operated for over 20 years in downtown Knoxville, we specialize in unique gifts and carry many local vendors, as well as vendors from across the United States and around the world!

Mast General Store

.3 Miles – 6 Minute Walk – 550 Steps Away

Mast General Store offers a variety of goods from fashion to fried chicken cookbooks and toffee to tents.

O.P. Jenkins Furniture & Design

.3 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 600 Steps Away

Located in downtown Knoxville, O.P. Jenkins offers high-quality furniture and home accessories at extremely affordable prices. Our low overhead enables us to pass savings on to our customers in a way that other stores are unable to accomplish. Our customers are often surprised at the reasonable prices on our high-quality furniture.


.5 Miles – 10 Minute Walk – 1000 Steps Away

Our mission is simple: to bring you the best home goods and accessories for your well-designed life. Wecarry a mix of styles, all selected with an urban aesthetic in mind. We believe that good design enhances our everyday lives, and even the most quotidian object can (and should) be beautiful.

Rick Terry Jewelry Design

.5 Miles – 10 Minute Walk – 1000 Steps Away

If you are looking for beautiful jewelry and quality craftsmanship, Rick Terry Jewelry Designs has just what you need. The store offers much more than what you will find in their amply stocked showcases. With nearly 30 years of experience in the jewelry industry, Rick can create that one-of-a-kind or special order in-house. Working with the finest quality gold and gemstones, Rick will craft a unique custom designs or repair your favorite pieces.


Tennessee Theater Live Performance and Broadway Venue

.5 Miles – 10 Minute Walk – 1000 Steps Away

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and honored as the Official State Theatre of Tennessee, today's Tennessee Theatre has something for everyone: classical music, vintage films, dance, Broadway, and stellar performances by today's hottest musicians and yesterday's favorites. Local arts organizations such as the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, Knoxville Opera, at UT Cultural Attractions use the Tennessee Theatre throughout the year. The Theatre is also the site of special events; wedding receptions, private parties, corporate meetings, and other functions are enhanced by its magnificent interior.

Bijou Theater Live Performance Venue

.6 Miles – 13 Minute Walk – 1250 Steps Away

The Bijou Theatre is one of East Tennessee’s oldest and most revered performance venues, opening in 1909. Praised by The New York Times as “one of the best sounding rooms in this country,” the U.S. Cellular Stage at the Bijou offers a clear stage view and aural excellence from every seat. The building also houses the acclaimed Bistro Restaurant as well as the Theatre offices. Music, vaudeville, opera, comedy and more have all been performed on the historic stage throughout the years hosting, among others, Joan Baez, The Ramones, Richard Thompson, Bob Weir, St. Vincent, and comedian Louis C.K.

Regal Movie Theater 8 Screen Movie Theater

.4 Miles – 9 Minute Walk – 800 Steps Away

Regal Riviera is a brand new movie theater complex with multiple screens featuring new release films, plush seating & concession stand. Recently constructed, this state of the art movie theater is one of the newest jewels in the heart of downtown Knoxville.


Food City

1.5 Miles – 5 Minute Drive


3.4 Miles – 9 Minute Drive

Liquor Store

Downtown Wine & Spirits

.3 Miles – 6 Minute Walk – 500 Steps Away


Convenient Care Downtown

.4 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 800 Steps Away

Located in The Phoenix building on Gay Street, you will find quality primary and walk-in medical care.

Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center

1.4 Miles – 28 Minute Walk

At Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center you will find award-winning, accredited care for a host of medical specialties. We are located in Knoxville, Tennessee at the foot of the beautiful Smoky Mountains.

Hair Stylist

Lox Hair Salon

.5 Miles – 9 Minute Walk – 1000 Steps Away

Lox is a Full Service Salon that offers Hair, Skin & Nail Services as well as Massages. We also offer a variety of items in our boutique from Vintage clothes, hats and handmade jewelry by local artists. Lox takes pride in our community and the health of our consumer, which is why we offer all Vegan hair products, skin care, & makeup. Also, as of Feb 1st we will be making efforts to become a zero waste salon, so 95% of our waste will be recycled, reused, repurposed. New art is displayed every month, in conjunction with First Friday.

Dry Cleaning

Prestige Cleaners

.4 Miles – 9 Minute Walk – 900 Steps Away

From dry cleaning and laundry, to alterations and shoe repair, Prestige has the service for you.


The Flower Pot

.5 Miles – 11 Minute Walk – 1000 Steps Away

The Flower Pot has been proudly serving Knoxville since 1972. We're proud to be the oldest local Knoxville florist! We're locally owned and operated; we treat our customers like neighbors because they are! We are committed to offering high quality, beautiful floral arrangements and gifts, backed by service that is friendly and prompt.

Health & Fitness

Dental Studio 304

.3 Miles – 6 Minute Walk – 500 Steps Away

Our downtown off is located on Gay Street, in Knoxville, Tennessee, convenient to our current patients who live or work in the downtown location. We are accepting new patients, so spread the word!


.4 Miles – 8 Minute Walk – 700 Steps Away

Barre Belle Yoga & Fitness

.2 Miles – 4 Minute Walk – 200 Steps Away

Rocky Top Cross Fit

.6 Miles – 11 Minute Walk – 900 Steps Away


Oliver Hotel Boutique Hotel
Speakeasy Bar (Peter Kern)

.3 Miles – 7 Minute Walk – 600 Steps Away

Known formerly as the St. Oliver, with its eclectic style and long term movie and rock star guests, in 2011, the 1876 building was renovated, re-envisioned as The Oliver Hotel. Located in the heart of Knoxville on Market Square, The Oliver is an original expression of the city, celebrating its city atmosphere with chic, clean, Southern designs that pay subtle homage to the location's rich local culture.

The Farragut Hotel Opening Fall of 2017

.4 Miles – 9 Minute Walk – 700 Steps Away

The Farragut Hotel was designed by New York architect William Lee Stoddart in 1917, and named after the Knoxville-born U.S. Navy Admiral David Glasgow Farragut. This grand and legendary hotel once played host to presidents, sports stars, and entertainment legends. College football’s Southeastern Conference was born here in 1932 and the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra first assembled in the hotel in 1925. Baseball stars Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig stayed at the hotel, as did Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion, South Vietnam president Ngo Dinh Diem, and television host Merv Griffin. The Farragut Hotel has been lovingly restored and is scheduled to open as a full-service Hyatt Place hotel in the Fall of 2017.

The Tennessean Personal Luxury Hotel

.5 Miles – 10 Minute Walk – 1000 Steps Away

This iconic Knoxville hotel features 82 luxurious guest rooms and a gracious front desk staff to serve you around the clock, allowing it to offer personal luxury guest-by-guest. Offering the flexibility of a one night minimum stay, with any minimum stay requirement changes specified by date on the hotel’s website. Its central location to the University, Market Square and the Old City affords guests convenience and a remarkable sense of place. Downtown boasts a lively culinary scene, artisan shopping, a diverse selection of bars & pubs, and endless arts & entertainment at the Bijou and Tennessee Theatres.


Pretentious Beer Glass Company Custom Hand Blown Glass Artwork

.4 Miles – 9 Minute Walk – 850 Steps Away

All glasses are handmade at Matthew Cummings Studios in Knoxville, TN. Pretentious Glass Company uses techniques that haven’t really changed in several hundred years (except for a few safety features). Molten glass is collected on a hollow blowpipe, and shaped with the use of wet newspaper pads or wooden tools. No machines touch your glass work from PBGC! After the glasses are finished hot, each glass is taken to the coldshop where it is engraved and/or the bottoms are ground flat. Once finished, each glass is personally hand-signed and packaged in branded gift boxes. Despite the volume and breadth of distribution of these products, it is all still a one-man operation with the help of a few friends. We hope that you enjoy drinking out of these glasses as much as we have enjoyed making them for you.

Market Square Farmers Market

.3 Miles – 6 Minute Walk – 500 Steps Away

The MSFM is an open-air farmers’ market located on historic Market Square in the heart of downtown Knoxville. The market operates every wednesday from 11a.m. to 2p.m. and Saturday from 9a.m. to 2p.m., May4 – November 19, 2016. We are a producer only market – everything is either made, grown or raised by our vendors all within a 150 mile radius of the MSFM. Products vary by the season and include ornamental plants, vegetable and herb starts, produce, dairy, eggs, honey, meats, baked goods, jams/jellies, coffee, & artisan crafts.

East Tennessee History Center History Museum

.5 Miles – 10 Minute Walk – 1000 Steps Away

The East Tennessee Historical Society is one of the most active private historical organizations in the state. We specialize in finding creative ways to introduce the public to the fascinating world of history. Lectures, tours, award-winning exhibits, family heritage programs, genealogy classes, and student and teacher education appeal to people of all ages. Recognizing that East Tennessee’s history, heritage, and geography are distinct from the rest of the state, the East Tennessee Historical Society provides services and programs uniquely tailored to the region. ETHS partners with and promotes the history and events of organizations and sites across our 35 counties. We have 45 affiliate chapters across the region.

World’s Fair Park

.6 Miles – 14 Minute Walk – 1200 Steps Away

The new World’s Fair Park is a state-of-the-art urban paradise that incorporates most of the major landmarks from the 1982 World’s Fair held in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee, and takes the functionality of the site to an impressive new level.

The park is rich with environmental features that are characteristic of the region. The dogwood – our city’s signature tree – can be seen everywhere, seasonal color adds interest throughout the year, and sweeping green lawns provide open, inviting, multi-purpose areas. Water in its many forms is a central feature of the park and the landscaping is an abundant mixture of both native and adaptive plants that reflect Knoxville’s close proximity to the mountains and the importance of nature in many of our lives.

Knoxville Museum of Art Art Gallery

.7 Miles – 16 Minute Walk – 1400 Steps Away

The Knoxville Museum of Art celebrates the art and artists of East Tennessee, presents new art and new ideas, educates and serves a diverse community, enhances Knoxville’s quality of life, and operates ethically, responsibly, and transparently as a publictrust.

Neyland Stadium “Rocky Top”/Home to UT Football and it’s 104,000 faithful fans!

1.4 Miles – 28 Minute Walk – 2800 Steps Away

The present day Neyland Stadium, Shields-Watkins Field, had its beginning in 1919. Col. W.S. Shields, president of Knoxville's City National Bank and a UT trustee, provided the initial capital to prepare and equip an athletic field. Thus, when the field was completed in March 1921, it was called Shields-Watkins Field in honor of the donor and his wife, Alice Watkins-Shields.

The stadium, apart from the field it grew to enclose, came to bear its own distinguished name – Neyland Stadium. It was named for the man most responsible for the growth and development of Tennessee's proud football tradition.

Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness

1.1 Miles – 10 Minutes – Ride Your Bike ☺

Knoxville Urban Wilderness, a recreational, cultural, and historic preservation initiative championed by Legacy Parks Foundation, incorporates 1,000-forested acres along downtown’s south waterfront. It creates an exceptional recreation and historic corridor inviting residents and visitors to experience the special character-defining assets of our city. With over 40 miles of multi-use trails, 10 parks, four civil war sites, incredible views, and unparalleled natural features, this unique area provides a premiere outdoor experience.


Each of the seven homes in City House offer an incredible 3000 square feet living area inside, plus a large rooftop deck that will add 500 square feet outdoor living space. Each home also has its own private, 2-car garage, an extremely rare amenity in the downtown area. We hope you find these floorplans helpful, and as always if you have any questions, please call us.

Specifications may vary.



City House offers all the comforts of living in the suburbs, just steps away from Downtown Knoxville’s Market Square District.

We are located at 535 Vine Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37902. Take I-40 from either direction to James White Parkway and exit right onto Summit Hill. Drive ¼ Mile West on Summit Hill, Right on Gay Street and Left on Vine Avenue to the top of the hill.