Shady Valley is an unincorporated community in Johnson County in the northeastern corner of the U.S. state of Tennessee. It is just outside Cherokee National Forest. Shady Valley is also the name of the valley in which the town is located.
The trees are plentiful around Shady Valley and provide a lot of natural beauty; the only downside is that during the fall you have a ton of leaves to rake.
Most people who move to Shady Valley tend to stay for a very long time, so make sure to get to know one another and if you're lucky you'll find some lifelong friends.
In Shady Valley, the average listing price is $479,362 this year, a small 4 percent drop from the year prior. During the same period, inventory declined by 20 percent. The number of listings in this locale noticeably dropped from 5 to 4 homes on the market last year, somewhat constricting the market for new buyers looking to move to this area.