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Mid-Tenn Homes

--July 11-24, 2018

LAND & LOTS & COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES FOR LEASE OR SALE

108EWarren

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ncomeproducing-Great office space for smallerbusinesses. paved parking.Calloffice for details.-

$199,900

108 EWarrenSt

-2000sfoffice space-$1100/month

0ShortSpringsRd :

11.93 acres inRE Lee school district.Development opportunity.$300's.

Lots 1-5 -OldTullahoma-ShelbyvilleRd:

5 residential tracts ranging in size from5 acres-6.2

acres inMooreCounty.$45,000-$56,000.Perkedwith some restrictions.

107 LedfordMillRd.

-Office Building - $400's sf. - semi furnished-$400'sor$3000/mo.

100Hoover Lane:

8000 sf.warehouse inprime locationwith loading dockon2+ acre lot.$400's.

AllCreekstone lotspriced at $25,000

315NWAtlanticSt:

6000 sf available for Lease/$4660/month - could subdivide

2284N JacksonSt:

Vacant land --1.87 acres-citywater/sewer available-can divide-$170's

2288N JacksonSt:

2.52 acresof undeveloped landon

N JacksonSt.City

water/seweravailable.$250's

27OldMulberryHwyNE,Mulberry,TN

CurrentPostoffice inMulberry,Tennessee$150,000

400N JacksonSt :

0.380acres,5000SqFt.FormerlyTullahomaTireandBrake,TirePro.$295,000

0SettlersLnW:

0.830acres.Beautifulwooded lakefront loton LakeTullahoma.$99,900

108PrincetonLn Lot 5:

0.570acres.Beautifulbuilding lot in great subdivision located close to town.$24,500

468 JdNeilRd Lot 0.25:

Beautifulbuilding lot located close toRutledgeFallsRd andnot far from town.$15,000

0WardsChapelRd:

3.980acres.Beautiful secluded land located in theNormandyLakearea.$39,500

1OldSeminaryRd:

25.220acres.CoffeeCounty nearManchester, currently crop farmed.$138,500

1ShortSpringsRd:

50.000acres.ACREAGE! InTullahoma city limits inRobertELeeSchoolDistrict.$935,000

41ThreeForksBridgeRd:

41acres.Beautiful farm, restricted,15min toTullahomaorShelbyville, nearNormandyLake.$339,700

NEW CONSTRUCTION-ESTILL SPRINGS

49 Rebecca Lane

New Construction! 3BR/2BA + Bonus

Room, hardwood flooring, custom

cabinets, tile, stainless appliances, patio,

convenient to Elementary School, and

much more! $180's.

PENDING

211 Johnson Ln - Tullahoma

Amazing 3 BR house with large private fenced

back yard, covered carport and covered back

patio, one car garage also, custom cabinets,

stainless appliances, hardwood and tile

throughout, Living room and large kitchen,

split bedroom concept, close to recreation park,

measurements approx-measure if important.

$149,900

257 Williamsburg Circle

3BR/2BA, tile in bathrooms and utility

room, custom cabinets, hardwood flooring,

Stainless appliances, 2 car garage, STILL

TIME TO MAKE COLOR SELECTIONS!!

$140's.

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505 Hood Drive 4BR/3BA

Great location with hardwood floors, formal

dining room, eat-in kitchen, built-ins, den w/

gas log FP, office, large rooms, lots of natural

light, extra closets and IN-LAW QUARTERS with

separate entrance, kitchen, LR/DR (1BR/1BA in

quarters). 1.2 acre corner lot. $220's

234 Reeves St - Tullahoma

Partially renovated 3 BR home in RE Lee

school district, new plumbing, new custom

cabinets, large LR/Kitchen, stainless

appliances, covered back porch, storage

closet, 1 car carport--measurements

approximate measure if important. $104,900

COUNTRY LIVING

591 Cook Rd - Tullahoma

Country living near the city limits, Beautiful

5 ACRE fenced horse farm, 4 bedrooms 3.5

baths, 2 balconies overlooking back pasture,

lots of storage including basement, city water,

NO CITY TAXES, wood burning fireplace,

basement, pump house, 2 stalls/tack room, and

much more! $325,000

NEW PRICE W/IN LAW SUITE

IN RE LEE SCHOOL DISTRICT

908 Wilson Ave - Tullahoma

This stately 3 BR/2 full BA/2 half BA home on

approx. 5.23 acres in great location features a

renovated kitchen with granite counters, stone

back splash, double ovens, tall ceilings, 2 gas

log fireplaces, butlers pantry, master bedroom w/

cedar lined closets, remodeled master bath, study

with built-ins, sun room, over-sized rooms, and

much more! $309,900

APPROXIMATELY 5.23 ACRES

400 Normandy Road

Soaring ceilings, hardwood, granite, many

architectural details, outside kitchen, 3

fireplaces, natural creek, workshop, pond with

terrace, dozier house, open barn, hay barn. Way

too many amenities to list here! $2,495,000.

Qualified Buyers only!

EXQUISITE ESTATE~107 ACRES

105 Gaul St - Estill Springs

Wonderful home near Tims Ford Lake,

convenient location, two master suites, full

basement with two BR's, possible inlaw suite

downstairs, 2 kitchens, 2 large LR's, 4 car

garage, private patio and deck, 2.5 acres, lots

of square footage, built in cabinets, gas logs,

some Bamboo flooring, and more! $345,000

NEAR TIMS FORD LAKE

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UNIQUE PROPERTY

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CUSTOM BUILT

3 ways to use your lawn

to improve curb appeal

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eturns on home improve-

ment projects vary. In its

annual Cost vs. Value Re-

port, Remodeling magazine

notes the projects that yield the best

returns on investment in a given year.

But a host of factors, including the type

of market (buyers’ or sellers’) and the

region where the home is being sold,

ultimately combine to determine if

homeowners’ investments in home

improvement projects will provide the

returns they were hoping for.

Though there’s no way of guaran-

teeing a home improvement project

will yield a great return, real estate pro-

fessionals often cite improving curb

appeal as an excellent way to attract

prospective buyers and potentially get

the asking price or more when sell-

ing the home. Improving curb appeal

makes even more sense in today’s

real estate market, when many people

do their own searching via real es-

tate websites such as Trulia or Zillow.

Whenusing such sites, buyerswill like-

ly be less inclined to click on a listing if

exterior photos of the property are not

eye-catching.

Various projects, including tend-

ing to lawns and gardens, can improve

curb appeal. An added benet to fo-

cusing on landscaping to improve curb

appeal is it promotes spending time

outdoors in spring and summer. In ad-

dition, many lawn- and garden-related

home improvement projects need not

require professional expertise.

1. Maintain a lush green lawn.

Lawns that fall into disrepair may

not give buyers a correct impression

about how homeowners maintained

their homes. Lawnswithmultiple dead

spots and grass that appears more

brown than greenmay leadmany buy-

ers to assume that the home’s interior

was equally ill-cared for. Maintaining

lush green lawns is not as difcult as it

may seem. Applying fertilizer and aer-

ating at the appropriate times of year

(this varies by region) can promote

strong roots and healthy soil, making

it easier for grass to survive harsh con-

ditions like drought. When watering

in summer, do so in early morning or

evening so as littlewater is lost to evap-

oration as possible.

2. Address brown patch.

Even well-maintained lawns can

fall victims to brown spots. According

to the lawn care professionals at Tru-

Green, lawns in regions with hot tem-

peratures and high humidity can be

infected with brown patch, a common

lawn disease that is caused by fun-

gus, which can produce circular areas

of brown, dead grass surrounded by

narrow, dark rings. Penn State’s Col-

lege of Agricultural Sciences notes that

removing dew that collects on grass

leaves each morning, which can be ac-

complished by mowing or dragging a

water hose across affected areas, can

be an effective way to reduce brown

patch. Homeowners without much

lawn care experience can consult pro-

fessional landscapers to address the

issue. But those looking to sell their

properties should note that buyers of-

tenwalk the grounds of homes they are

considering buying. So addressing any

issues on the lawn should be a priority

for sellers.

3. Conne dogs to certain areas.

Dog owners may want to let their

pets roam free in their yards. But

homeowners about to put their prop-

erties up for sale may want to conne

their four-legged friends to certain ar-

eas. That’s because dog urine can be

high in nitrogen. Nitrogen itself is not

harmful to lawns, but in high concen-

trations it can contribute to yellow or

brown spots. Also, highly acidic dog

urine may even adversely affect pH

levels in the soil.

Curb appeal can go a long way to-

ward helping homeowners sell their

homes, and a lush lawn can be used to

catch the eye of prospective buyers.

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