Scott Sohr's Elmington Homes has "revived" a Knoxville-area luxury subdivision. Wellington Chase will rise just north of Interstate 40 in west Knox County and will be built by Knoxville-based McCamy Construction.
“Wellington Chase is an ideal environment for new families and empty nesters alike,” said Elmington Homes founder Scott Sohr, who was struck by the natural beauty of the Hardin Valley property. “The surrounding views of the Smokey Mountains, and the broad availability of nearby amenities and quality schools, make Wellington Chase a highly appealing community.”
The Shops at Turkey Creek, a bustling retail development considered a premier shopping destination for Knoxville residents, is just 5-10 minutes from Wellington Chase. The neighborhood is located in the Hardin Valley school district, one of the top school districts in Knox county, and less than 15 minutes from local recreational activities and Pelissippi State Community College.
“The completion of a residential area like Wellington Chase is another good sign Knox County real estate is coming out of the economic downturn,” stated Sam McCamy, chief manager of McCamy Construction. “We’re honored to be a partner in the development and look forward to completing these homes.”