Signal Mountain

Natural Beauty and Premier Living

Just a short distance from top employers, Signal Mountain boasts quality schools and housing options, all while providing residents with beautiful views of the Tennessee River Valley and the city of Chattanooga.

 

Located on Walden Ridge, Signal Mountain has housing options ranging from traditional wood cabins and brick homes to communities offering new construction. Dating back to the early 20th century, the Signal Mountain Historic District is known for its period homes and summer cottages. Popular neighborhoods in the area include Hidden Brook, St. Ives, Fox Run, Grandview, Carriage Hill, Raptors Roost, and Boulder Point. Those seeking modern developments can find options at Signal Forest, Wild Ridge, The Cove at Signal Forest, Union Stables, and GreyHawk Trails. A new gated community in the area, Flipper Bend, boasts 390 acres of luxury outdoor amenities, stunning views, and secluded living. 

Residents can make a quick commute down the mountain to access leading employers such as BlueCross BlueShield, Unum, TVA, EPB, and Cigna, as well as Parkridge, Erlanger, and CHI Memorial hospitals. The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and city and county governments are also close by.

Signal Mountain is conveniently located near downtown Chattanooga as well as thoroughfares that lead to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Nashville, Knoxville, Atlanta, and Birmingham. Taft Highway and Roberts Mill Road connect to Highway 27, which extends to I-75 and I-24.

Students in the area attend either Nolan Elementary or Thrasher Elementary as well as Signal Mountain Middle/High School. Additional schooling options include a homeschooling organization and Signal Mountain Christian School, a K-5 private school.

Signal Mountain is home to top-notch family dental, medical, and pharmaceutical care. Premier hospitals such as Erlanger, CHI Memorial, and Parkridge are only a short drive away. The area is also home to the nationally recognized Ascension Living Alexian Village, which offers assisted living, memory care, independent living, therapy, and rehabilitation.

At the heart of Signal Mountain’s arts scene is the Mountain Arts Community Center (MACC), dedicated to the advancement and education of the arts. Residents are automatic MACC members and are provided with discounted tuition fees on classes for music, painting, dance, and culinary arts. The MACC is now home to the revitalized Mountain Opry, which holds live performances of folk and bluegrass music on the last Saturday of each month.  The Bachman Community Center also offers a range of art activities, events, and programs. Those who love stage performance can enjoy one to two productions a year at the Signal Mountain Playhouse, established in the 1970s. 

Places to hike, bike, and camp are not hard to find on Signal Mountain. A prime example is Prentice Cooper State Forest, which boasts 25,000 acres and 35 miles of trails that overlook the Tennessee River Gorge. Notable trails include the historic Rainbow Lake Trail and Cumberland Trail. 

Those seeking family-friendly outdoor fun will enjoy the forested Pumpkin Patch Playground, which has a variety of swings, slides, forts, and bridges to play on. Located near the Signal Mountain Golf & Country Club, Althaus Park is another popular location for outdoor recreation.

A variety of both local and chain restaurants is available on Signal Mountain. The Signal Mountain Golf & Country Club boasts a championship golf course and fine dining. Facilities in the area allow residents to enjoy baseball, lacrosse, tennis, swimming, and soccer. Additionally, the Paul Mathes Community Center is home to the town gym.

Did you know?

Dating back before WWII, the Signal Mountain Historic District boasts stately period homes that stand side-by-side with summer cottages on shaded streets. A portion of the old trolley tracks that carried summer residents up and down the mountain is still visible on James Boulevard, where an original sheltered trolley stop has been preserved. 

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Natural Beauty and Premier Living

Just a short distance from top employers, Signal Mountain boasts quality schools and housing options, all while providing residents with beautiful views of the Tennessee River Valley and the city of Chattanooga.

Real Estate:

Located on Walden Ridge, Signal Mountain has housing options ranging from traditional wood cabins and brick homes to communities offering new construction. Dating back to the early 20th century, the Signal Mountain Historic District is known for its period homes and summer cottages. Popular neighborhoods in the area include Hidden Brook, St. Ives, Fox Run, Grandview, Carriage Hill, Raptors Roost, and Boulder Point. Those seeking modern developments can find options at Signal Forest, Wild Ridge, The Cove at Signal Forest, Union Stables, and GreyHawk Trails. A new gated community in the area, Flipper Bend, boasts 390 acres of luxury outdoor amenities, stunning views, and secluded living. 

Top Employers:

Residents can make a quick commute down the mountain to access leading employers such as BlueCross BlueShield, Unum, TVA, EPB, and Cigna, as well as Parkridge, Erlanger, and CHI Memorial hospitals. The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and city and county governments are also close by.

Transportation:

Signal Mountain is conveniently located near downtown Chattanooga as well as thoroughfares that lead to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Nashville, Knoxville, Atlanta, and Birmingham. Taft Highway and Roberts Mill Road connect to Highway 27, which extends to I-75 and I-24.

Education:

Students in the area attend either Nolan Elementary or Thrasher Elementary as well as Signal Mountain Middle/High School. Additional schooling options include a homeschooling organization and Signal Mountain Christian School, a K-5 private school.

Health + Wellness:

Signal Mountain is home to top-notch family dental, medical, and pharmaceutical care. Premier hospitals such as Erlanger, CHI Memorial, and Parkridge are only a short drive away. The area is also home to the nationally recognized Ascension Living Alexian Village, which offers assisted living, memory care, independent living, therapy, and rehabilitation.

Arts:

At the heart of Signal Mountain’s arts scene is the Mountain Arts Community Center (MACC), dedicated to the advancement and education of the arts. Residents are automatic MACC members and are provided with discounted tuition fees on classes for music, painting, dance, and culinary arts. The MACC is now home to the revitalized Mountain Opry, which holds live performances of folk and bluegrass music on the last Saturday of each month.  The Bachman Community Center also offers a range of art activities, events, and programs. Those who love stage performance can enjoy one to two productions a year at the Signal Mountain Playhouse, established in the 1970s. 

Outdoors:

Places to hike, bike, and camp are not hard to find on Signal Mountain. A prime example is Prentice Cooper State Forest, which boasts 25,000 acres and 35 miles of trails that overlook the Tennessee River Gorge. Notable trails include the historic Rainbow Lake Trail and Cumberland Trail. 

Playgrounds + Parks:

Those seeking family-friendly outdoor fun will enjoy the forested Pumpkin Patch Playground, which has a variety of swings, slides, forts, and bridges to play on. Located near the Signal Mountain Golf & Country Club, Althaus Park is another popular location for outdoor recreation.

Dining + Sports:

A variety of both local and chain restaurants is available on Signal Mountain. The Signal Mountain Golf & Country Club boasts a championship golf course and fine dining. Facilities in the area allow residents to enjoy baseball, lacrosse, tennis, swimming, and soccer. Additionally, the Paul Mathes Community Center is home to the town gym.

Did you know?

Dating back before WWII, the Signal Mountain Historic District boasts stately period homes that stand side-by-side with summer cottages on shaded streets. A portion of the old trolley tracks that carried summer residents up and down the mountain is still visible on James Boulevard, where an original sheltered trolley stop has been preserved. 

 
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