Riverview

Unique and Historic

North of the Tennessee River, the historic and prestigious Riverview neighborhood offers stately homes, one-of-a-kind views, and easy access to employers, schools, and medical care.

Real Estate:

The esteemed neighborhood of Riverview boasts grand homes dating back to the early 20th century. Several of the unique houses, designed by well-known local architects, are conveniently located by the Chattanooga Golf & Country Club. The Enclave at Riverview and Heritage Landing offer organized communities that are the perfect environment for young professionals and retirees alike. For those seeking a family home, Longholm Court offers pristine housing and spacious floor plans.

Top Employers:

Located just across the river from downtown, Riverview provides easy access to top employers such as TVA, Unum, EPB, BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, and the Univer-sity of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Other neighboring employers include Southern Champion Tray, Kenco Group, and Chattanooga State Community College. Riverview is also conveniently located to city and county governments and three major health systems. 

Transportation:

Riverview, nestled between Highways 27 and 153 and a short drive from I-75 and I-24, allows residents quick access to the surrounding area and roads that lead to Atlanta, Nashville, Knoxville, and Birmingham, as well as the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport.

Education:

Students in Riverview, zoned by their address, attend Rivermont Elementary or Normal Park Museum Magnet Lower School, Red Bank Middle School or Normal Park Museum Magnet Upper School, and Red Bank High School. Those interested in magnet schools will also find Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences, Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts, and STEM School Chattanooga located nearby. Riverview boasts a close proximity to nationally and regionally acclaimed private schools such as Girls Preparatory School, Notre Dame High School, St. Jude School, The Bright School, St. Peter’s Episcopal School, McCallie School, The Montessori School, and Baylor School. 

Health + Wellness:

Riverview offers state-of-the-art healthcare at nearby hospitals such as CHI Memorial, Parkridge, and Erlanger. Those in need of long-term, transitional care can seek out Kindred Hospital. Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation and Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Chattanooga are also a short drive away.

Shopping:

Whether you’re looking for unique gifts, home décor, artisan body products, or trendy clothing, Riverview’s lineup of boutique retailers has it all. Stained glass and floral shops round out the area’s offerings, and several stores make it easy to grab everyday necessities. Around the holidays, it’s common for boutiques and neighborhood residents to come together in a display of spirited festivities and holiday shopping opportunities. 

Dining:

From Southern and Italian fare to burgers or plant-based dishes, the Riverview neighborhood has plenty of great dining spots. Some locations make for the perfect date night locale, while others have a relaxed atmosphere where patrons can play games, spread out, or catch their favorite sporting event. Bakeries can also be found in the area and make a great option for those looking for a bistro-style lunch or some-thing to satisfy a sweet tooth.

Parks + Sports:

Nearby Riverview Park is a family favorite. With plenty of green space and an engaging playground, it’s the perfect spot to take kids or pets on a sunny day. Just blocks away is the Chattanooga Golf & Country Club. This private golf course snakes along the Tennessee River and is rounded out with a fine dining restaurant, pool, and fitness center.

Did you know?

Chattanooga Golf & Country Club, the oldest course at its original site in Tennessee, was founded in 1896. Located on the banks of the Tennessee River, the club was formed only eight years after the opening of the first golf course in the United States.

Unique and Historic

North of the Tennessee River, the historic and prestigious Riverview neighborhood offers stately homes, one-of-a-kind views, and easy access to employers, schools, and medical care.


The esteemed neighborhood of Riverview boasts grand homes dating back to the early 20th century. Several of the unique houses, designed by well-known local architects, are conveniently located by the Chattanooga Golf & Country Club. The Enclave at Riverview and Heritage Landing offer organized communities that are the perfect environment for young professionals and retirees alike. For those seeking a family home, Longholm Court offers pristine housing and spacious floor plans.

Located just across the river from downtown, Riverview provides easy access to top employers such as TVA, Unum, EPB, BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, and the Univer-sity of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Other neighboring employers include Southern Champion Tray, Kenco Group, and Chattanooga State Community College. Riverview is also conveniently located to city and county governments and three major health systems. 

Riverview, nestled between Highways 27 and 153 and a short drive from I-75 and I-24, allows residents quick access to the surrounding area and roads that lead to Atlanta, Nashville, Knoxville, and Birmingham, as well as the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport.

Students in Riverview, zoned by their address, attend Rivermont Elementary or Normal Park Museum Magnet Lower School, Red Bank Middle School or Normal Park Museum Magnet Upper School, and Red Bank High School. Those interested in magnet schools will also find Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences, Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts, and STEM School Chattanooga located nearby. Riverview boasts a close proximity to nationally and regionally acclaimed private schools such as Girls Preparatory School, Notre Dame High School, St. Jude School, The Bright School, St. Peter’s Episcopal School, McCallie School, The Montessori School, and Baylor School. 

Riverview offers state-of-the-art healthcare at nearby hospitals such as CHI Memorial, Parkridge, and Erlanger. Those in need of long-term, transitional care can seek out Kindred Hospital. Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation and Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Chattanooga are also a short drive away.

Whether you’re looking for unique gifts, home décor, artisan body products, or trendy clothing, Riverview’s lineup of boutique retailers has it all. Stained glass and floral shops round out the area’s offerings, and several stores make it easy to grab everyday necessities. Around the holidays, it’s common for boutiques and neighborhood residents to come together in a display of spirited festivities and holiday shopping opportunities. 

From Southern and Italian fare to burgers or plant-based dishes, the Riverview neighborhood has plenty of great dining spots. Some locations make for the perfect date night locale, while others have a relaxed atmosphere where patrons can play games, spread out, or catch their favorite sporting event. Bakeries can also be found in the area and make a great option for those looking for a bistro-style lunch or some-thing to satisfy a sweet tooth.

Nearby Riverview Park is a family favorite. With plenty of green space and an engaging playground, it’s the perfect spot to take kids or pets on a sunny day. Just blocks away is the Chattanooga Golf & Country Club. This private golf course snakes along the Tennessee River and is rounded out with a fine dining restaurant, pool, and fitness center.

Did you know?

Chattanooga Golf & Country Club,
the oldest course at its original site in Tennessee, was founded in 1896. Located on the banks of the Tennessee River, the club was formed only eight years after the opening of the first golf course in the United States.

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