Holston Hills

The Holston Hills neighborhood is one of Bristol’s historic districts and is the site of several historic homes and preservation award-winning properties. One example is the E.W. King House, built by one of Bristol’s most prominent businessmen, Edward Washington King, at the beginning of the 20th century and is an excellent example of Victorian architecture in the Queen Anne style. Located near Blountville, Holston Hills is a quiet, established neighborhood convenient to shopping, dining, entertainment, and local schools and hospitals.


Anderson Elementary School, 901 9th St.

Haynesfield Elementary School, 201 Bluff City Highway

Tennessee Middle School, 840 Alabama St.

Tennessee High School, 1112 Edgemont Ave.

Health & Safety

Fire Stations

Fire Station 1
211 Bluff City Highway


Bristol Regional Medical Center
1 Medical Park Blvd.


Historic E.W. King House
704 Anderson St.


Avoca Branch Library, 1550 Volunteer Pkwy.

Culture & Entertainment

Pinnacle 12
680 Pinnacle Pkwy.

Twin City Drive-In Theatre
2512 Volunteer Pkwy.



Clay Park
803 7th St.

George Spinks Field
1060 W. Cedar St.

Patterson Park
1051 9th St.

Steele Creek Park
4 Little Lane

Golf Courses

Bristol Golf Club at the Cedars
115 Cedar Creek Road

Hiking Trails

Mark Vance Memorial Greenway
2985 Broad St.

Steele Creek Park
4 Little Lane


Steele Creek Lake
4 Little Lane

Where we learn

How we Play

Where we Live