The Benington subdivision is a very well established neighborhood in West Knoxville located off of Ebenezer Road, near the intersection of S. Peters and Kingston Pike. One of the great things about the subdivision is that it’s not your typical “square box” neighborhood, meaning that homes are not cookie cutter replicas of one another. For those buyers that want a West Knoxville home that is a little more unique, Benington is a neighborhood with a lot of great options.
There are 361 homes in Benington. Homes in this West Knoxville neighborhood were built between 1984 and 1993, with an average year of construction being 1988. The average square footage of homes in Benington is just over 2,200 square feet. The price of homes for sale is in the low to mid 200,000’s. The homeowner’s association for the Benington subdivision is voluntary. If residents of Benington would like to be a part of it, homeowner’s association dues are very reasonable and paid per year.
This West Knoxville neighborhood is also conveniently located to the Cedar Bluff area. In recent years, Cedar Bluff has seen a great deal of development. There are many great restaurants in the area including Chuy’s, Chipotle, Puleo’s, and Altrueda’s among many others. In addition, it is home to many shopping destinations and within 10 minutes of the Turkey Creek Shopping Center.
Benington is a very family-oriented and active community and its residents are involved in many types of recreation. The Benington-Farrington Recreational Association (BFRA) is a volunteer-member run organization that exists to provide swimming and related recreational facilities for its members and their guests.
Benington is currently zoned for Blue Grass Elementary School, West Valley Middle School, and Bearden High School.
Contributor: Maxine Perry