Lifestyle

Kingston is town of less than 6,000 people, yet is the third oldest town in Tennessee. Many of the buildings in the downtown area are on the historic registry. This is a location rich in history and is the point where three rivers converge to form Watts Bar Lake: the Clinch, Emory and Tennessee.

Kingston is a bedroom community to Knoxville. Knoxville is the third largest city in the state and is the home of the University of Tennessee. Greater-Knoxville has a population of more than 600,000 people. Living in Ladd Landing, you are just minutes away from all of the conveniences that a large city has to offer, but you are residing in a quaint, elegant, architectural pilgrimage.

You can walk to the grocery store or stroll down the boulevard to have dinner in our authentic southern-cuisine restaurant. Ladd Landing offers you the quality and pace of life that you expect from days gone by, but it also allows you to sit on a park bench and connect to a high speed internet hub. This lake-side community will exceed your expectations.

Ladd Landing offers Southern Elegance and Uncommon Lifestyle.

In Kingston we have 4 mild but distinct seasons. Our annual temperatures range from 46-82 degrees. Kingston averages less than five inches of snow per year. Ladd Landing is within 25 minutes of 10 championship level golf courses. Ladd Landing is within a one day drive to 75% of the US. Ladd Landing is within 18 minutes of Knoxville's largest shopping district - Turkey Creek. Turkey Creek is home to two top-100 rated national hospitals.  

In Kingston we have 4 mild but distinct seasons.

Our annual temperatures range from 46-82 degrees.

Kingston averages less than five inches of snow per year.

Ladd Landing is within 25 minutes of 10 championship level golf courses.

Ladd Landing is within a one day drive to 75% of the US.

Ladd Landing is within 18 minutes of Knoxville's largest shopping district - Turkey Creek.

Turkey Creek is home to two top-100 rated national hospitals.