Tiftonia, Tennessee

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Lookout Valley

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Country Flag of the United States.svg  United States
State Tennessee
County Hamilton
City Chattanooga

Lookout Valley is a neighborhood of Chattanooga, Tennessee and a former unincorporated community in Hamilton County, Tennessee. [1] It is located in the western portion of the city along Interstate 24 and US Routes 11, 41, 64 and 72.

Lookout Valley is the oldest part of Hamilton County, having been established in the late 1790s and early 1800s. In fact, within the community the oldest house in Hamilton County is located within the community, that of John Brown's Ferry Tavern.

Education

Schools in Tiftonia/Lookout Valley are a part of Hamilton County Schools:

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