City Spotlight: Cleveland, TN

City Spotlight: Cleveland, TN

Welcome to Cleveland, Tennessee in Bradley County!

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Where is Cleveland, TN?

Cleveland, Tennessee is snuggled into the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, a short distance from the Great Smokey Mountains and Cherokee National Forest, which gives the city its breath taking views of evening sunsets to the foliage of the fall.


Overview of Cleveland, TN

The community is the county seat of Bradley, County, which has a growing economy driven by a progressive industrial base and active retail market, state of the art medical facilities, and diverse cultural interests-including Olympic quality canoe, kayak, and whitewater rafting, and events in connection with the Cherokee Indian heritage, both made more enjoyable as the area boasts a seasonal climate that includes mild winters and summers!


How are the schools?

The education system boasts 9 public schools serving PK-12th grade students within the city school system, and 15 schools, PK-12, including two High Schools, in the County school system. Both systems employ numerous proud recipients of State and National award winning teachers, students, and nationally recognized individual elementary and high schools. Secondary education opportunities also exist for your family’s continued education at Cleveland State Community College, a nationally accredited associate program college, and at Lee University, a 4 year liberal arts university.


What’s there to do in Cleveland, Tennessee?

You can enjoy the local amenities and small town cost of living, or you can make a short trip 25 miles south and visit the world famous Chattanooga Choo-Choo in Chattanooga, Tn., approximately 80 miles Northeast to catch a Vols College football game in Knoxville, Tn., travel about 124 miles South to a Braves game in Atlanta, visit the Grand Ole Opry 175 miles on I-40 in Nashville, Tn or enjoy Big City Metropolitan life 180 miles Southwest in Birmingham, Alabama. As the locals might say, “we are right in the middle of it all!”


A local perspective…

Even with Cleveland TN’s thriving economy, including 11 of the top 500 Fortune companies operating locally, the moderate weather, the growing tourism with the proximity to area large cities and the mountain air, the city has maintained its small, simple, “hometown”, traditional values feel, making Cleveland the ideal place to live, work, let your kids grow up, and turn your house hunting days into home making memories.


Article Courtesy of:

Jo Organ
Crye-Leike, Realtors