Stone Haven IIIA great place to live, work & play! Nestled at the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, Morristown is a place rich in natural beauty and Appalachian culture. The city and surrounding areas offer great places to visit and explore. Morristown is directly between Knoxville and Johnson City, making it the perfect East Tennessee town. Our second phase plan includes 34 new construction homes nestled in the established Stone Haven community. For more information on this new home community, give us a call!
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- Home is Connected Smart Home Technology
- Stainless Steel Appliances by Whirlpool®
- Mohawk® Flooring
- Direct Access to US-25 E
- Minutes from I81
- Nearby Local Shopping & Dining
- Close to Local Parks, Perfect for Hiking and Biking
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LIFE IN THE “MARBLE CITY”
Welcome to Tennessee! We’re excited for the opportunity to serve as your home builder in Knoxville. D.R. Horton offers single-family homes in this area, featuring one-, two-, and three-story homes all constructed with our spacious, open-concept floor plans. With homes available in Knoxville and the surrounding metropolitan area, you’ll find the ideal home location best suited for your lifestyle.
From universities and institutions, breathtaking scenery and a vibrant culture, Tennessee’s original capital city offers plenty of activities to fit your lifestyle needs. Whether you’re taking a nature hike with your kids at Ijams Nature Center, enjoying a romantic evening on the Market Square, or discovering local culture in the Knoxville Arts District – the Knoxville community offers a variety of ways to help make your new house a home.
PARKS AND RECREATION
Ijams Nature Center: This 315-acre urban nature park celebrates the regionally-specific nature and rock formations of the Appalachian wetlands, with learning opportunities through education programs, as well as hiking, biking, paddling, climbing or walking explorations on one of the 10 miles of trails.
Knoxville Area Transit (KAT): Serving as the city’s main public transportation system, this extensive fleet of buses, trolleys, and para transit serves a total of more than 3.6 million riders annually.
Market Square: Located in the middle of the city’s downtown, this area is not only dedicated to the variety of local dining, shopping and entertainment hotspots, but also to those who played a role in the fight for women’s rights as the official site of the historical Tennessee Woman Suffrage Memorial.
ARTS AND LIFESTYLE
Knoxville Arts District: Located along the city’s downtown Gay Street, this concentration of artist studios, galleries, eateries, and entertainment celebrates local artisan culture, including a “First Friday” walk highlighting any newcomers to this vibrant community.