Northshore/Choto

The Northshore-Choto subarea of Knoxville is located to the south-west of downtown Knoxville in southern Farragut.  It borders the town of Farragut to the north, the Concord Bluegrass area is just to the east, Lenoir City is to the east and Louisville and Friendsville is directly to the south.  Northshore Choto is also home to the newest premier waterfront development, Jefferson Park.  Jefferson Park will be home to the brand new Farragut YMCA currently under construction and to be complete in 2010.

The area attracts white-collar working professionals with families.  The area is considered Farragut and most of this area is zoned for Farragut schools.   Along with Farragut, this area of farmland has been heavily developed over the past ten years, but still maintains a country atmosphere.  Northshore / Choto has a country and suburban feel comprising mainly of newer subdivisions of brick 2-story single family homes.  The area is surrounded by waterways, parks and greenways.  Well known Turkey Creek shopping complex is only a 7 minute drive and it's proximity to Kingston Pike allows for easy access to all the shopping conveniences. 

Northshore/Choto gets its name from the 2 roads that intersect together - Northshore Dr. and Choto Rd.

 

Data on Northshore-Choto demographics provided by On Board, LLC. copyright 2007

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