Homes in Fort Campbell

Fort Campbell, Tennessee Real Estate

The streets within the residential communities near Fort Campbell and Fort Campbell North are lined with magnificent oak trees, framing a great variety of attractive and affordable housing. An eclectic mix of Cape Cod, ranch, bungalow, Colonial, plantation and single-family traditional homes exist in family-friendly communities throughout the area's many neighborhoods. Townhomes and condominiums in Fort Campbell North range from $100,000 to $230,000 depending on size, location and amenities. Homes with expansive yards in neighborhoods near schools, parks and shopping centers are priced anywhere between $76,000 to the mid-$200,000s. Larger homes in more secluded sections of cities range in price from $300,000 to $1 million and more. A wide selection of historic properties is also available as is plots of land for custom development.
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Fort Campbell Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Tennessee

Fort Campbell and Fort Campbell North are located along the middle Tennessee and southwestern Kentucky borders in a dynamic region filled with an abundance of employment, recreation, entertainment and education opportunities. Fort Campbell itself is a United States Army installation located between Hopkinsville, Kentucky and Clarksville, Tennessee and is home to the famous 101st Airborne Division.

One of the key factors in this region's growth is the relationship it has with the military base. Over the years, many new residential developments, retail centers, business and medical parks and other commercial projects have been introduced to the area, making this one of the most attractive areas to live in throughout the entire southeast part of the country. Homes here are as diverse as the people who buy them. Real estate options range from affordable housing to fit the budgets of military personnel both on and off base, to luxurious homes in neighboring or adjoining cities with thriving economies.

Austin Peay State University in less than 10 minutes from Fort Campbell North and its Center for Creative Arts leads the way for performing arts in Clarksville-Montgomery County. Museums abound, as do a variety of other culturally significant theatres, concert halls and historic landmarks. Despite a progressive approach to development in the area, these communities are still steeped in history and tradition. Residents here can experience history firsthand through the many attractions, festivals and entertainment events that take place year-round.

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