Knoxville is located in the Tennessee Valley and is primarily nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains. The arrival of the railroad system to the city in 1855 has led to Knoxville’s economic boom. Residents and visitors can enjoy cheering for the various sports teams. The city’s residents are fairly young, wherein part of the chunk’s population are college students, wherein almost a quarter of the numbers are younger than 20, as well as young professionals and young families who take residence in Knoxville. Residents enjoy a low cost of living, which is evidenced by its reasonable utility, housing, and transportation costs. Knoxville’s cost of a home and its average monthly housing ent are relatively below compared to those in the larger metro areas.
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