Consistently ranked one of the best places to raise a family and retire in Tennessee, Crossville is sure to have a neighborhood or home for anyone and everyone. Sitting upon the Cumberland Plateau, most homes offer the type of scenic views you can’t find anywhere else. Whether it’s a home right on the water of one of Crossville’s beautiful lakes, an apartment or condo in the city, or something a little bit more rural, this city has got it all.
Often referred to as the golf capital of Tennessee, Crossville is a naturally scenic wonderland with outdoor activities for everyone from the kids to the grandparents. Whether you are looking for your summer lake house on Lake Holiday, or a year round family home, moving to Crossville will leave you with nothing short of a laundry list of things to do around town. Stop by the Cumberland County Playhouse to see a performance in one of the ten largest playhouses in rural America, or swing into the Palace Theater to see a wide array of eclectic and tasteful music, the choice is yours!
Have a little thing for wine? Crossville’s Stonehaus Winery features local wines ranging from a dry cabernet sauvignon to a fruity muscadine. It’s hard to believe a town of only a little more than 10,000 people features golf courses designed by Joe Lee and the legendary Jack Nicklaus, but that’s just part of the draw that is Crossville! Sitting right off interstate 40, Crossville is conveniently located right between two of Tennessee’s biggest metropolitan cities, Nashville and Knoxville. Crossville also features 9 elementary schools, 2 high schools, and proudly promotes two years free post-secondary education at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology. This makes Crossville a destination for families that are just starting out, or ones looking for a fresh start. Tennessee is a state known for its wonderful southern hospitality, delicious food, and amazing culture, and Crossville is no different. Come today and you will be wondering why you haven’t been here your whole life!