Soddy-Daisy

Waterfront & Countryside Retreats

Serene, outdoorsy, and family-friendly, Soddy-Daisy is a popular choice for its natural beauty and safe neighborhoods.

 

Thanks to its close proximity to Soddy Lake, Soddy-Daisy offers homeowners beautiful waterfront properties as well as lush countryside residences and quaint suburban homes. Among many, desirable neighborhoods include Sunset Estates, River Watch, Emerald Bay, Barrington Pointe, Nature Trail, Cedar Pointe, Bridgewater Pointe, and Bella Pointe. A surge in residential development has seen a number of new subdivisions, including Stonegate and The Farm, springing to life. 

Downtown Chattanooga is only a short drive from Soddy-Daisy, providing residents with convenient access to top employers such as Unum, TVA, BlueCross BlueShield, EPB, and more. Soddy-Daisy connects to Highway 27, providing easy access to Dayton, Tennessee employers, including IAC Group and La-Z-Boy. TVA’s Sequoyah Nuclear Plant, which supplies over 1,000 jobs, is also located nearby.

Highway 27 provides residents easy access to Dayton, Tennessee, as well as downtown Chattanooga. Thoroughfares in Soddy-Daisy also connect to Highway 153 and interstates that lead to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, as well as major cities such as Knoxville, Nashville, Birmingham, and Atlanta.

Soddy Elementary, Daisy Elementary, Allen Elementary, and Ivy Academy’s Skillern Elementary are the area’s public schools serving younger students. Middle school students attend Soddy Daisy Middle School, while high school students can attend Soddy Daisy High or Sequoyah High, the latter of which includes vocational courses in the curriculum. Ivy Academy, a public charter middle and high school, encourages environmental stewardship and volunteerism among students. See the red pins on the map below.

Soddy-Daisy is home to a variety of family medical practices, dentists, and pharmacies. Just a short commute away, Erlanger North provides 24/7 emergency care along with a number of other medical services, as does CHI Memorial Hospital in nearby Hixson. Hixson is also recognized for its premier senior living facilities, including Brookdale Hixson, Dominion of Hixson, Life Care Center of Hixson, and Morning Pointe of Hixson. See the blue pins on the map below.

Food City, Walmart Supercenter, and Family Dollar are located along Dayton Pike and provide Soddy-Daisy residents with traditional grocery items. A few smaller outposts such as Mountain General Store, Soddy Food King, and Green Pond Corner Grocery also dot the area. See the green pins on the map below.

A top destination for paddlers and birdwatchers alike, Soddy Lake is a sparkling natural beauty. Locals also enjoy the nearby North Chickamauga Creek Gorge State Natural Area, which has scenic hiking trails and world-class bouldering. In the warmer months, a visit to the Blue Hole swimming area, located in North Chickamauga Creek, is a must. On the fringe of Soddy-Daisy is Big Soddy Creek Gulf and 285 acres of hiking trails, waterfalls, and spectacular views.

The City of Soddy-Daisy Parks and Recreation Department maintains four parks, 10 ball fields, three playgrounds, two tennis courts, and a fishing pier. The Kids Park has lighted ball fields, a walking track, and a basketball court, while Veterans Park – home to a walking track, pavilion, gazebo, and lighted ball fields – honors war veterans with dedicated memorials and monuments.

Soddy-Daisy boasts unique art facilities such as Horsin’ Around, the only full-time carousel carving school open in the United States, and Paint It Yours, where guests can create their own personalized wooden door hanger. Located in the old Soddy Bank building, the Good Old Days Museum preserves local history for future generations.

Each summer, Soddy-Daisy hosts a 4th of July celebration featuring live music, food and craft vendors, a car show, and fireworks. Another popular event is the “Running with Sasquatch” 5K, a trail run that benefits Ivy Academy. When the holidays roll around, residents look forward to the annual Soddy-Daisy Christmas Parade with decorated floats, live animals, fire trucks, and an appearance from Santa Claus.

Soddy-Daisy has no shortage of fantastic food, with a mix of national chains and locally owned favorites taking residence along Dayton Pike. Several well-loved restaurants line the city’s waterfront, offering diners scenic views along with regional specialties.

Did you know?

Soddy and Daisy were thriving coal mining communities up until the 1930s; nearly 40 years later, the City of Soddy-Daisy was established.

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Waterfront & Countryside Retreats

Serene, outdoorsy, and family-friendly, Soddy-Daisy is a popular choice for its natural beauty and safe neighborhoods.

 

Real Estate:

Thanks to its close proximity to Soddy Lake, Soddy-Daisy offers homeowners beautiful waterfront properties as well as lush countryside residences and quaint suburban homes. Among many, desirable neighborhoods include Sunset Estates, River Watch, Emerald Bay, Barrington Pointe, Nature Trail, Cedar Pointe, Bridgewater Pointe, and Bella Pointe. A surge in residential development has seen a number of new subdivisions, including Stonegate and The Farm, springing to life. 

Top Employers:

Downtown Chattanooga is only a short drive from Soddy-Daisy, providing residents with convenient access to top employers such as Unum, TVA, BlueCross BlueShield, EPB, and more. Soddy-Daisy connects to Highway 27, providing easy access to Dayton, Tennessee employers, including IAC Group and La-Z-Boy. TVA’s Sequoyah Nuclear Plant, which supplies over 1,000 jobs, is also located nearby.

Transportation:

Highway 27 provides residents easy access to Dayton, Tennessee, as well as downtown Chattanooga. Thoroughfares in Soddy-Daisy also connect to Highway 153 and interstates that lead to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, as well as major cities such as Knoxville, Nashville, Birmingham, and Atlanta.

Education:

Soddy Elementary, Daisy Elementary, Allen Elementary, and Ivy Academy’s Skillern Elementary are the area’s public schools serving younger students. Middle school students attend Soddy Daisy Middle School, while high school students can attend Soddy Daisy High or Sequoyah High, the latter of which includes vocational courses in the curriculum. Ivy Academy, a public charter middle and high school, encourages environmental stewardship and volunteerism among students. See the red pins on the map below.

Health + Wellness:

Soddy-Daisy is home to a variety of family medical practices, dentists, and pharmacies. Just a short commute away, Erlanger North provides 24/7 emergency care along with a number of other medical services, as does CHI Memorial Hospital in nearby Hixson. Hixson is also recognized for its premier senior living facilities, including Brookdale Hixson, Dominion of Hixson, Life Care Center of Hixson, and Morning Pointe of Hixson. See the blue pins on the map below.

Grocery Stores:

Food City, Walmart Supercenter, and Family Dollar are located along Dayton Pike and provide Soddy-Daisy residents with traditional grocery items. A few smaller outposts such as Mountain General Store, Soddy Food King, and Green Pond Corner Grocery also dot the area. See the green pins on the map below.

Outdoors:

A top destination for paddlers and birdwatchers alike, Soddy Lake is a sparkling natural beauty. Locals also enjoy the nearby North Chickamauga Creek Gorge State Natural Area, which has scenic hiking trails and world-class bouldering. In the warmer months, a visit to the Blue Hole swimming area, located in North Chickamauga Creek, is a must. On the fringe of Soddy-Daisy is Big Soddy Creek Gulf and 285 acres of hiking trails, waterfalls, and spectacular views.

Parks:

The City of Soddy-Daisy Parks and Recreation Department maintains four parks, 10 ball fields, three playgrounds, two tennis courts, and a fishing pier. The Kids Park has lighted ball fields, a walking track, and a basketball court, while Veterans Park – home to a walking track, pavilion, gazebo, and lighted ball fields – honors war veterans with dedicated memorials and monuments.

Arts + Attractions:

Soddy-Daisy boasts unique art facilities such as Horsin’ Around, the only full-time carousel carving school open in the United States, and Paint It Yours, where guests can create their own personalized wooden door hanger. Located in the old Soddy Bank building, the Good Old Days Museum preserves local history for future generations.

Festivals:

Each summer, Soddy-Daisy hosts a 4th of July celebration featuring live music, food and craft vendors, a car show, and fireworks. Another popular event is the “Running with Sasquatch” 5K, a trail run that benefits Ivy Academy. When the holidays roll around, residents look forward to the annual Soddy-Daisy Christmas Parade with decorated floats, live animals, fire trucks, and an appearance from Santa Claus.

Dining:

Soddy-Daisy has no shortage of fantastic food, with a mix of national chains and locally owned favorites taking residence along Dayton Pike. Several well-loved restaurants line the city’s waterfront, offering diners scenic views along with regional specialties.

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