Soddy Daisy

A short drive north of Chattanooga, many enjoy the tranquil and quaint town of Soddy Daisy. Within its eighteen square miles city limits, Soddy Daisy is filled with opportunities of outdoor adventure. Residents frequently enjoy hiking and swimming at the Montlake Blue Hole and Big Soddy Gulf, walking tracks and recreational fields at Veterans Park and Kids Park, family fun at Scramble Alley, and lake access and picnics at Holly Park. In recent years, Soddy Lake has become the Chattanooga area’s go-to place for flat water paddling and relaxing lake days.

In 2022, 487 homes in Soddy Daisy were sold, with an average list price of $384,000 and average size of 2,220 square feet and 17 days on market. A large majority of homes in Soddy Daisy offer glorious mountain views and are within minutes of Highway 27. Many Soddy Daisy residents enjoy living in Barrington Pointe and Emerald Bay, among the many growing neighborhoods within the city, or find their dream home on the lake. Forty percent of family households in Soddy Daisy are home to children under eighteen, making education a highly valued aspect of community life. Students in Soddy Daisy may attend Allen Elementary, Daisy Elementary, Soddy Elementary, Soddy Daisy Middle School, Soddy Daisy High School, Sequoyah Technical and Vocational High School or Ivy Academy, a premier outdoor charter school.

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What We Love About Soddy Daisy:

  • “Soddy Daisy is a short, scenic drive away from downtown and a beautiful place to live!”
  • “Highway 27 makes Soddy Daisy easy to get to!”
  • “Soddy Lake makes for the best lake days that end with an awesome dinner at Steve’s!”
  • “In Soddy Daisy, you have the ability to buy land for a small farm and have a home with beautiful mountain or lake views!”
  • “Soddy Daisy is far enough away to be “away,” but still close and convenient to Chattanooga!”
Community Guide Image Courtesy of Caroline Hamilton

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