Chickamauga

Why you'd want to live in Chickamauga

If you are looking for a quiet locale to call your home without being too far from the culture and hustle of Chattanooga, then Chickamauga may be an option for you as a home buyer. The town offers plenty of housing options—ranging from starter homes for first time buyers to high end equestrian farms. The downtown area is fairly walkable and offers family-friendly recreation. Chickamauga is also home to Gordon Lee High School, offering free tuition to anyone living within the town’s city limits. The town carries an extensive historical influence in the Greater Chattanooga Area, and continues to be a popular area for home buyers opting to live in Georgia over Tennessee. Chickamauga has a sizeable picturesque historic district, which contains several antebellum mansions. The famous Gordon Lee mansion was constructed in 1847 and served as a headquarters to General Rosecran and as housing Union soldiers. Today, the estate serves as a museum and locale for many of the local festivals and events. The downtown area was revamped to resemble an early 1900’s streetscape, sporting a number of boutique shops, sidewalk lined streets, and affordable turn-of-the-century homes comparable to finds in Chattanooga areas like Highland Park and St. Elmo. Aside from its war-torn history, the area retains its natural beauty from the surrounding valleys and mountainsides and small-town charm. Chickamauga is easily accessible to Chattanooga via Hwy 193, which runs through the Chattanooga Valley and Flintstone)area, which is bordered by the city’s western outskirts along Lookout Mountain. This area also contains High Point Golf Course, with popular newer subdivisions dotting the valleys for house hunters wanting more modern home features. Other popular starter homes can be found in the areas around North Marbletop Rd and areas closer to the Hwy 27 bypass, which is more accessible to other surrounding areas like Ringgold and Chattanooga suburbs.

Chickamauga Market Report

$306,700

AVERAGE PRICE OF 31 HOMES

$524,185

AVERAGE PRICE OF 7 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$279,900

AVERAGE PRICE OF 1 HOMES WITH A POOL

$171,633

AVERAGE PRICE OF 3 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $306,700
Avg Bedrooms 3.08 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.05 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $950,000
2 bedrooms $121,780
3 bedrooms $503,615
4 bedrooms $432,370
5 bedrooms $129,900
Chickamauga Home Price Trends
  12/2021 11/2021 10/2021 9/2021 8/2021
Total Listings 40 n/a 61 62 53
Average Price $300,924 n/a $302,067 $303,696 $313,699
Avg Price Change n/a n/a -0.54% -3.29% +10.11%
Median Price $241,730 n/a $256,642 $272,366 $288,561
Med Price Change n/a n/a -6.13% -5.95% +19.54%
Avg Bedrooms 3.26 beds n/a 3.31 beds 3.43 beds 3.05 beds
Avg Bathrooms 1.96 baths n/a 1.98 baths 1.95 baths 1.97 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Gordon High 1 $284,900 29 days
Gordon Lee High 4 $516,200 60 days
Heritage High School 5 $443,900 106 days
Lafayette 1 $799,900 100 days
Lafayette High 4 $283,700 80 days
Ridgeland High School 16 $187,737 57 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 31 $306,700 84 days
Newly Built Homes 7 $524,185 104 days
Homes with a Pool 1 $279,900 67 days
Reduced Price Homes 3 $171,633 27 days
Keller Williams Realty
Randy Durham
1830 Washington Street
Chattanooga, TN 37408

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Last updated January 17, 2022 Copyright © 2022

Information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Data is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS. Last updated January 17, 2022 Copyright © 2022
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