Hi Randi! The schools for Pinewood are:
Sam Houston Elementary, Coulter Grove Intermediate, Maryville Jr. High, and Maryville High School.
Hope this helps!
Keep in mind that average days does vary based on exact location, pricing, condition, size, schools, etc.; therefore if looking to sell or buy, ask your agent for comps, recently sold similar properties in the immediate area.... more
The City of Maryville has great schools, lots of recreational opportunities, excellent shopping, great medical facilities, a major airport within about 10-15 minutes drive, and is very clean. It has a low crime rate and is very scenic.
One of my favorite tools to look at homes is to utilize the hybrid map at zillow.com. Here is an example: http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/birds-eye-view-map/40828768_zpid/#birds-eye-view
Scroll to the bottom of that webpage to see adjacent properties and what the approximate values are. That allows you to evaluate neighborhoods from home to narrow down your selection area. Too many sites try to use comparables that are in different neighborhoods, which can greatly skew the price points. Just like anywhere, it is location, location, location--not only a great neighborhood with solid construction and strong values, but also proximity to amenities.
Because the market is realtively small, the graphs showing listing prices, sales prices, and values are also skewed because they are based on such a small data set. My understanding of the Maryville market is that values have dropped less than 2%. Maryville never saw the insane price runups like some areas of the US, so the market has held pretty steady.
If you are talking a site built home you will average approximately $85 - 100 a square foot for an older home over 3 years old. Right now new homes are averaging from $100 - $125 a square foot and you can find good buys because of the fact alot of builders have over built .It may seem strange but the bigger houses are less per square foot then the smaller (1500 and down ) because of the mortgage crunch the bigger ticket homes have suffered.... more