small towns, including Savannah, TN.
“We wanted an area that had, within a reasonable driving distance, good
medical and educational opportunities. Of course, we needed a reasonable
cost of living area that we could enjoy a
comfortable retirement on very limited
income. More importantly, we wanted
an area where we could make a contribution to the community,” said Jean and
“Walking through Savannah was
short of nothing but spectacular. Main
Street was busy, the shops quaint, and
the most friendly people we had ever
met during our extensive travels.”
In the middle of the state sits Cumberland County and the unique town of
Crossville. Known as the golf capital of
Tennessee, Crossville is one of Tennessee’s top destinations for tourism. But,
there’s much more to offer than golf!
Visitors will enjoy live entertainment,
historical and cultural attractions, fine
restaurants, winery tours and an abundance of shopping alternatives.
Equidistant from Nashville, Knoxville
and Chattanooga sits Putnam County.
They have developed a strategic plan
to accelerate economic and community
development. Putnam County has el-
evated its economic game to match its
terrain by encouraging business devel-
opment with a multi-year strategic plan,
several business parks and a TVA-based
inventory of available facilities, and an
excellent working relationship with the
Tennessee Valley Authority and the state
Eastern Tennessee is home to Hamilton County and Chattanooga. Nestled in
a bend of the Tennessee River and surrounded by mountains and lakes, living
in Chattanooga means that outdoor views
and adventures are around every corner.
Over the last four decades, Chattanooga
has been winning acclaim for producing
national best practices for cleaning up air
pollution, downtown revitalization and
Rest assured that if you choose to relocate or retire to a Retire Tennessee community, they have done their homework,
and retirees will be well planned for.