Gray, Tennessee 
Real Estate and Community Information

Located in the northeast corner of Tennessee, the town of Gray is a great place for those looking at homes for sale. Originally founded as Gray Station, a railroad stop north of Johnson City, the town has a current population of 1,222 as of the 2010 census. The railroad carried passengers from Virginia and other northern states to Arkansas and states in the south. Today the town is between Interstates 26 and 81. The area is primarily rural farmland, but there are also several commercial businesses in the area including museums, restaurants and motels for those traveling through the area.

Properties in the area are surrounded with plenty of natural recreational opportunities. You will find a number of parks and forests where you can enjoy hiking or exploring. The area also has several rivers and lakes where you can enjoy water sports like fishing, boating, water skiing and more. The Winged Deer park nearby includes a disc golf course as well as soccer fields and a softball field. Boone Lake is about 3 miles northeast and has several coves and rivers running in all directions, making for some great fishing spots.

When you are looking for homes near local attractions and activities, you won't have to look to far. There is plenty to do in the area. The local Natural History Museum is filled with exhibits and artifacts from the area, including dinosaur fossils and other artifacts. The museum also offers children's programs and educational classes for the local public. The Hands On Regional Museum includes exhibits of the human body as well as the universe around us. The Museum also offers educational summer camps, workshops and outreach programs to help children and their parents learn more about the world around us. 

The local home buyer will find many other events nearby to provide entertainment in the area. You will find several concert venues like The Orange Peel that features music concerts and live plays throughout the year as well as the famous Bristol Motor Speedway just a few miles over the Kentucky State Line. The local community center also sponsors events throughout the year for the public. You will find many events all year long throughout northeastern Tennessee that will offer plenty of entertainment.

When you are ready to check out real estate and homes for sale in Gray, contact Barbara Hubbs. She is very experienced with the homes and real estate available in the area and can help you find just what you are looking for.
Barbara Hubbs
Barbara Hubbs
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