Ooltewah

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Did You Know?
Ooltewah’s major landmark is the former James County Courthouse, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was the third and final courthouse of James County, which went bankrupt in 1919. James County was then divided between Hamilton and Bradley County. The courthouse is now Mountain Oaks Wedding Chapel.

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Real Estate: Single-family homes, condos, and townhomes are all conveniently available. Ooltewah offers everything from new developments and mature subdivisions to golf course communities and estates on rolling hills. Ooltewah is an ideal place for families and aging adults, as there are several planned communities.

One new development coming soon is The Village of Oakbrook. Set within 140 acres of forest and waterways, spacious residential lots are conveniently near retail shops, restaurants, and 100 acres of conservation greenway.

Other notable communities and new developments include Greenbriar Cove, Wellesly, and Mulberry Park, McKenzie Farm, Stonebrook, Hamilton on Hunter, Creekside at Hampton Meadows, The Farm at Hampton Meadows, Seven Lakes, Belleau Ridge, Windstone Overlook, Hampstead Hall, Flagstone, Hampton Creek, Hampton Cove, Meadow Stream, Hidden Lakes, Crooked Creek,  and Hampton on the Lake.

Top Employers: Conveniently located between Chattanooga and Cleveland, Tennessee, Ooltewah is a short distance from several of the area’s major employers. Ooltewah is minutes from Enterprise South Industrial Park, home to an Amazon fulfillment center, the North American Volkswagen facility, and major auto parts and material suppliers. Miller Industries Towing Equipment, RemSourceUSA, Hawker Powersource, and FedEx are large companies also located in Ooltewah. Wacker Chemie and Whirlpool are located thirty minutes away in Bradley County.

Transportation: Adjacent to I-75, Ooltewah provides residents with easy access to downtown Chattanooga, Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport,
and connecting highways and interstates. Once on I-75, Nashville, Birmingham, Knoxville, and Atlanta are just a couple hours away.

Education: Ooltewah public schools include Ooltewah Elementary, Snow Hill Elementary, Wolftever Creek Elementary, Wallace A. Smith Elementary, Hunter Middle School, Hamilton County High School, and Ooltewah Middle and High Schools. Several private education alternatives are nearby, including Silverdale Baptist Academy, St. Nicholas School, and Grace Baptist Academy.

Health and Wellness: Residents of Ooltewah don’t have to travel far to receive award-winning care. Family medical care, dentists, and pharmaceutical services are all easily accessible, as well as larger health care systems. Among those are Tennova Primary Care – Ooltewah, CHI Memorial Medical Plaza – Ooltewah, Erlanger East in East Brainerd, Parkridge East Hospital in East Ridge, and the Parkridge Valley campuses in East Brainerd. Ooltewah and the surrounding area are also home to several of the region’s top senior care facilities. Among them are the Bridge at Ooltewah, Life Care Center of Ooltewah, Garden Plaza at Greenbriar Cove, and Morning Pointe of Collegedale at Greenbriar Cove.

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