Lookout Valley, TN


Small Town Living minutes away from the heart of Chattanooga!

      Lookout Valley and Tiftonia have long been favorite suburbs of Chattanooga favored for their proximity to the interstate and the low cost of living. It's a great option for those who want a short commute with all the advantages of living in the suburbs, and the possibility of avoiding both Georgia income tax and Tennessee sales tax.

     Chuck Hamilton described the early history of the area in an article for The Chattanoogan, "Lookout Valley is the community in the valley west of Lookout Mountain from the stateline to the Tennessee River.  The Cherokee town of Tuskegee was there before the Removal, and for a long time the area was called Wauhatchie.  It acquired the name Tiftonia from a late 19th century housing development.  However, to locals this name meant just the middle section straddling Cummings Highway; the northern section was Brown’s Ferry and the southern section near the railroad station was still Wauhatchie.  It was annexed in three stages in 1972, 1995, and 2003."
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