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Red Bank

Welcome to Red Bank

The quaint enclave of Red Bank blends small-town living with the energy of city life thanks to its proximity to Downtown Chattanooga. Beautiful Tennessee foliage peppers the Hamilton County city and the Tenessee River runs nearby, providing residents with a blended lifestyle of outdoor appeal and proximity to bustling retail centers. At its heart, Red Bank is a thriving, connected community ready to welcome new neighbors to its peaceful and serene lifestyle.

Want to know more about Red Bank and its inviting neighborhoods before making the move? Check out our resources on this pristine slice of Tennessee.

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Getting Around

Downtown Chattanooga: 10 min
Lookout Mountain, GA: 22 min
Knoxville, TN: 1 hr 49 min
Major Roads: I-75, TN-68, US-27, I-40, I-24


Population: 11,873
County: Hamilton
Zip Codes: 37405, 37415
Median Home Value: $300,000

Spotlights of Red Bank

Central Location

Red Bank’s proximity to Downtown Chattanooga and the Tennessee River make it a dream location for most with access to the essentials and entertainment. You’re never far from high-end shopping, outdoor adventures, and booming industries that help fuel the relatively smaller city’s job market.

Top-Tier Education

Whether you’re looking for private education or prefer to keep your children in the public school system, Red Bank’s educational institutions are top-rated and trustworthy. Locals can even pursue higher education at Chattanooga schools like the Chattanooga School for the Arts & Sciences.

Stunning Views

The natural beauty of Red Bank lends to some stunning views, even from the comfort of one’s home. Seasonal changes to the foliage create a colorful spectacle, with a sea of oranges and reds in autumn and vibrant green during spring and summer.

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There's Even More to Love!

Get in Touch With Nature

Nearby natural attractions like Rock City in Lookout Mountain, GA, make it easy for Red Bank residents to get in touch with Mother Nature and appreciate her majestic beauty. Residents also have access to Stringers Ridge Overlook, which gazes out at Downtown Chattanooga and the surrounding forestry, along with the Tennessee Aquarium and Chattanooga Zoo for a day’s worth of getting familiar with exotic wildlife.

An Energetic Nightlife

You won’t have to go far to find venues for an evening of food and drinks. Billiard clubs, bars and grills, lounges, and alehouses draw Red Bank locals to the Tennessee River and Downtown Chattanooga. Grab a drink at Clever Alehouse and try your luck at pool at the Diamond Billiard Club. Wherever you go, there’s an inviting atmosphere making it easy to settle in and strike up a conversation with other patrons.

Explore the Tennessee

Living near the Tennessee River opens up the opportunity to adventure down the gentle waterway in a local-run guided excursion. Paddle down the shallow waters of the Tennessee and glimpse the flocks of birds that call the Hiwassee Island Wildlife Refuge home. Other popular spots to venture to as part of a tour include the Nickajack Bat Cave and the Chickamauga Dam Lock.

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Whether you’re a home buyer ready to make the move to Red Bank or a home seller looking to learn the value of your property, you can always contact me for all of your Chattanooga area real estate needs. I'd be happy to answer your questions or help you navigate the next steps of your real estate journey!