Homes in Gatlinburg consist of apartments, condos, townhomes, and single-family residences. In the historic neighborhoods of Greenbrier and Elkmont, which are primarily rental properties, many of the residences were built in the early nineteenth century. In the neighborhoods of Shady Grove and Glade, there are newer homes from the early twentieth century as well as the late 1970s. While property taxes in this area are low (and there is no state income tax at all), sales taxes are higher to make up the difference, due in part to the local tourism industry.

Touted as a vacation resort town, Gatlinburg, TN has a small population of just over 4,000 people within 10 square miles, and it is located right on the border of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With its low cost of living, plenty of local amenities, well-funded schools, and fun tourist attractions, Gatlinburg is a town with plenty of charm and charisma.

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