Lookout Mountain

Lookout Mountain

Chatt Choices™

RobinsonTeam

The Robinson Team at Keller Williams Realty

ScoutRealtorGroup

Scout Realtor Group LLC

Bailey Bullard

Bailey Bullard – SquareOne Real Estate

A Slower Pace of Life

In addition to its stately residences, scenic views, and premier schools, Lookout Mountain offers a safe, friendly community for families.

 

With Lookout Valley to the west and Chattanooga Valley to the east, residents of Lookout Mountain are never far from stunning, panoramic views. The area has an array of traditional architectural styles and custom residences, many of which boast spacious floor plans and picture-perfect exteriors. Master-planned communities including Brow Wood, Cloudland Station, and McLemore offer the best of mountain living with thoughtful home designs, recreational activities, appealing amenities, and more. 

Only 15 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain provides access to top employers such as Unum, EPB, BlueCross BlueShield, Erlanger Health System, Parkridge Health System, CHI Memorial, TVA, Chattanooga Bakery, Sanofi, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and city and county governments.

Residents in the area not only have convenient access to downtown Chattanooga, but also to I-24, I-75, and I-59, allowing for easy travel to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport as well as Nashville, Knoxville, Birmingham, and Atlanta.

Lookout Mountain students attend Fairyland Elementary, Lookout Mountain Elementary, and Lookout Valley Elementary, as well as Lookout Valley Middle/High School. A private preschool, Good Shepherd School, provides quality education and care to children ages 3 months to 5 years. Nearby Covenant College, a Christian liberal arts school, offers both undergraduate and graduate programs. See red pins on the map below.

Family medical, dental, and pharmaceutical care are available on the mountain. Thrive at Brow Wood, a world-class senior living community on Lookout Mountain, offers assisted living and memory care for older adults. Those in need of treatment can also quickly access top hospitals in downtown Chattanooga, including CHI Memorial, Erlanger Health System, and Parkridge Health System. See blue pins on the map below.

Atop Lookout Mountain, local grocery store Market on the Mountain stocks grocery necessities and serves fresh deli sandwiches to residents. Nearby Lookout Valley is home to a Walmart Supercenter, and St. Elmo’s Food City and Publix can also be reached in minutes. See green pins on the map below.

Lookout Mountain’s Rock City is a natural wonder that’s been available to tourists since 1932. The garden’s 4,100-foot walking trail showcases stunning rock formations, caves, and sweeping views of seven states. Ruby Falls boasts the tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public in the United States; after touring the cavern, a visit to High Point ZIP Adventure – which offers 700 feet of rushing ziplines – is a must. Another popular attraction is the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway, one of the world’s steepest passenger railways.

The site of the Civil War “Battle Above the Clouds,” Point Park is home to several monuments, Ochs Memorial Observatory, a visitor center, and panoramic views of Chattanooga. Visitors can tour nearby Cravens House, a landmark that also has ties to the 1863 battle.

 Lookout Mountain is overflowing with outdoor fun like hiking, biking, and camping. Glen Falls Trail, Sunset Rock, Bluff Trail, and Lula Lake are just a few of the hiking hot spots, with more to be found at Cloudland Canyon State Park – located on the western edge of Lookout Mountain. Adventure enthusiasts can try their hand at hang gliding, available at Lookout Mountain Flight Park. 

Conveniently located on the mountain, Café on the Corner and Café 7 at Rock City serve up modern Southern fare. The Lookout Mountain Club offers first-class country club amenities including fine dining, golf, swimming, tennis, and a fitness center. Master-planned community McLemore features an 18-hole championship golf course, fine dining at The Creag, a bier garden, and more. 

 

Throughout the year, seasonally-themed festivals have guests returning to Lookout Mountain again and again. In the fall, Rock City’s Rocktoberfest celebrates German culture with authentic music, food, and beer. The holidays usher in the Enchanted Garden of Lights, while springtime presents three premier festivals: Shamrock City, EarthDayz, and the Southern Blooms Festival. Other popular events include top-rated Dread Hollow and Ruby Falls’ Romance at Ruby and Battle Below the Clouds.

Did you know?

Not long after the Civil War, Lookout Mountain became a popular tourist destination. Tourists would often arrive in downtown Chattanooga by train and secure a buggy for $2. From there, it was a four-hour ride to get to what is now known as Point Park.

A Slower Pace of Life

In addition to its stately residences, scenic views, and premier schools, Lookout Mountain offers a safe, friendly community for families.

Real Estate:

With Lookout Valley to the west and Chattanooga Valley to the east, residents of Lookout Mountain are never far from stunning, panoramic views. The area has an array of traditional architectural styles and custom residences, many of which boast spacious floor plans and picture-perfect exteriors. Master-planned communities including Brow Wood, Cloudland Station, and McLemore offer the best of mountain living with thoughtful home designs, recreational activities, appealing amenities, and more. 

Top Employers:

Only 15 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain provides access to top employers such as Unum, EPB, BlueCross BlueShield, Erlanger Health System, Parkridge Health System, CHI Memorial, TVA, Chattanooga Bakery, Sanofi, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and city and county governments.

Transportation:

Residents in the area not only have convenient access to downtown Chattanooga, but also to I-24, I-75, and I-59, allowing for easy travel to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport as well as Nashville, Knoxville, Birmingham, and Atlanta.

Education:

Lookout Mountain students attend Fairyland Elementary, Lookout Mountain Elementary, and Lookout Valley Elementary, as well as Lookout Valley Middle/High School. A private preschool, Good Shepherd School, provides quality education and care to children ages 3 months to 5 years. Nearby Covenant College, a Christian liberal arts school, offers both undergraduate and graduate programs. See the red pins on the map below.

Health + Wellness:

Family medical, dental, and pharmaceutical care are available on the mountain. Thrive at Brow Wood, a world-class senior living community on Lookout Mountain, offers assisted living and memory care for older adults. Those in need of treatment can also quickly access top hospitals in downtown Chattanooga, including CHI Memorial, Erlanger Health System, and Parkridge Health System. See the blue pins on the map below.

Grocery Stores:

Atop Lookout Mountain, local grocery store Market on the Mountain stocks grocery necessities and serves fresh deli sandwiches to residents. Nearby Lookout Valley is home to a Walmart Supercenter, and St. Elmo’s Food City and Publix can also be reached in minutes. See the green pins on the map below.

Attractions:

Lookout Mountain’s Rock City is a natural wonder that’s been available to tourists since 1932. The garden’s 4,100-foot walking trail showcases stunning rock formations, caves, and sweeping views of seven states. Ruby Falls boasts the tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public in the United States; after touring the cavern, a visit to High Point ZIP Adventure – which offers 700 feet of rushing ziplines – is a must. Another popular attraction is the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway, one of the world’s steepest passenger railways.

Historic Sites:

The site of the Civil War “Battle Above the Clouds,” Point Park is home to several monuments, Ochs Memorial Observatory, a visitor center, and panoramic views of Chattanooga. Visitors can tour nearby Cravens House, a landmark that also has ties to the 1863 battle.

Outdoors:

Lookout Mountain is overflowing with outdoor fun like hiking, biking, and camping. Glen Falls Trail, Sunset Rock, Bluff Trail, and Lula Lake are just a few of the hiking hot spots, with more to be found at Cloudland Canyon State Park – located on the western edge of Lookout Mountain. Adventure enthusiasts can try their hand at hang gliding, available at Lookout Mountain Flight Park. 

Dining + Sports:

Conveniently located on the mountain, Café on the Corner and Café 7 at Rock City serve up modern Southern fare. The Lookout Mountain Club offers first-class country club amenities including fine dining, golf, swimming, tennis, and a fitness center. Master-planned community McLemore features an 18-hole championship golf course, fine dining at The Creag, a bier garden, and more. 

Festivals:

Throughout the year, seasonally-themed festivals have guests returning to Lookout Mountain again and again. In the fall, Rock City’s Rocktoberfest celebrates German culture with authentic music, food, and beer. The holidays usher in the Enchanted Garden of Lights, while springtime presents three premier festivals: Shamrock City, EarthDayz, and the Southern Blooms Festival. Other popular events include top-rated Dread Hollow and Ruby Falls’ Romance at Ruby and Battle Below the Clouds.

Sunset Rock in Lookout Mountain
Point Park in Lookout Mountain

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