Welcome to Greenbriar Cove, perfectly situated on 100 picturesque acres in a valley at the base of White Oak Mountain in the Collegedale-Ooltewah area near Chattanooga, Tennessee. Greenbriar Cove is a master planned retirement community specially designed for active adults ages 55 and older. We’re here to help you celebrate life with you!
You will find an unequaled lifestyle awaiting amongst mature trees and rolling green terrain. Feed the ducks at one of our four lakes, do morning water-aerobics in the pool, play cards or take dance lessons in the combination community center, enjoy nature in the wildlife preserve area with birds and wildflowers, take a walk on user-friendly streets and walking trails on an estimated 17 acres of parkland/conservation area…so much is going on at Greenbriar Cove that we’ll provide you with an activity calendar to keep up with it all!
“With a trained and caring staff onsite and close proximity to an Alzheimer’s care and assisted living center, as well as the major hospitals in Chattanooga, Greenbriar Cove was the smart choice for us. We live an active lifestyle but we know someone is there to help if we need it.”– Greenbriar Cove resident
Professionally-designed landscaping and high-quality structures enhance the already scenic area. Greenbriar Cove residents enjoy user-friendly streets lined with old-fashioned street lights, side-walks, walking trails and golf cart paths. Comprised of retirement-related buildings and future commercial and medical office buildings, Greenbriar Cove is a residential community with a collection of six neighborhoods that will have a total of 225 homes when completed.
Adjacent to the Hamilton County Library, Veterans Park, numerous churches, the Collegedale Four Corners area, Collegedale City Hall, Wolftever Greenway and Life Care Center of Collegedale skilled nursing center.
Greenbriar Cove is a joint collaboration between Independent Healthcare Properties, LLC—a locally based senior services company and owner of Morning Pointe healthcare, assisted living and Alzheimer’s/memory care facilities throughout the Southeast—and the Monroe family, who has owned the property on Ooltewah-Ringgold Road for more than 60 years.