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Mid-Tenn Homes

--Februay 6, 2019-February 19, 2019

LAND & LOTS & COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES FOR LEASE OR SALE

0 Short Springs Rd :

11.93 acres in RE Lee school

district.Development opportunity.$300's.

400 N Jackson St :

0.380 acres, 5000SqFt.FormerlyTullahomaTire andBrake,TirePro.$285,000

108 Princeton Ln Lot 5:

0.570acres.Beautiful building lot in

great subdivision located close to town.$24,500

0 Wards Chapel Rd:

3.980 acres.Beautiful secluded land located in theNormandy Lake area.$39,500

Lots 1 Old Tullahoma-Shelbyville Hwy

Residential tractw 5.77 acres inMC--$41,180

All Creekstone--priced in the 20's

0 Settlers Ln W –

0.83 acre.Beautifulwooded lot on LakeTullahoma.$99,900

1 Short Springs Rd -

ACREAGE.50 acres inTullahoma city limits.RE LeeSchoolDistrict.$935,000

6 Riley Creek Rd –

NormandyTn6.01acres--$78,500

468 JD Neil Rd -

.25 acre building lot inTullahoma.$15,000

0 Craighead Rd –

Wooded tract, $42800

107 Ledford Mill Rd -

OfficeBldg, $389,900, $2500NNN,Approv.3400 sqft

2120 N. Jackson St. -

OfficeBldg, $2500Lease,High visibility, formallymedical

6 Lakeview St. Lot 6

EstillSprings,

16K

0 Turkey Creek Loop

2.29 acres

$18,500

0 Kings Lane:

$190's

501 Dinah Shore Blvd:

$160's

100 Hunters Lane:

$1,295,000

1411 N Washington St:

$550's

2228 N Jackson St:

$130,000

601 Wm Northern Blvd:

$83,750

0 Cedar Lane-

$385-zoned R3

Lots 82-83 Huffman Park-Ridgeville S/D-

$75,000

108 SR, Gruetli Laager-6 acres-

$39,999

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705 Circle Drive

Adorable 2BR/1BA w/beautiful hardwood

flooring, large LR, formal DR, Kitchen w/

refrigerator, DW & oven/stove. Covered side

porch. Washer/dryer hookups. Large, level

yard. Newer Roof. Priced in the $80's.

111 4th Ave S

3BR, 2BA. New construction near Nissan

Decherd plant, stainless appliances, custom

cabinets, hardwood and tile throughout, and

more! $129,900

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2107 Ovoca Rd Lot 2

Open floor plan 3 BR, 2 BA home in Robert E

Lee school district, new construction, Bonus

Room, prefinished hardwood, tile, ceiling fan,

stainless Whirlpool appliances. $260,000

6 Golf Shores Dr Lot 6

New construction near TIMS FORD LAKE,,

minutes from the state park, stainless

Whirlpool appliances, tile, hardwood, vaulted

ceiling, walk in closets, concrete driveway

riveway, and more! $149,900

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51 Regalwood Dr

Amazing 4BR/2.5BA Smart home in convenient

location, remodeled kitchen w/ granite, gas

fireplace in MBR & LR, crown molding, chair

rail, recessed lighting, multiple trey ceilings,

attached & detached garages, private back

yard, nicely landscaped, and more! $330’s

1400 Bel Aire Drive

Very well maintained split level house in Bel

Aire school district. Multi level with 4 BR/1.5

baths. Den on main level with a only a few

steps up to the kitchen/breakfast area and

formal DR. 1 car garage, paved drive and 2

storage bldgs. Newer vinyl clad windows. Lots

of hardwood flooring. One owner home!

Must see! $160's.

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2105 Ovoca Rd

New construction 3BR/2BA home w/

hardwood & tile floors, custom cabinets,

granite counters, bonus room, sun room, tile

shower, covered patio, 6 ft kitchen bar, and

more. Limited time to still pick your colors!

$275,900

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209 Huntington Pl

4 BR/3.5 BA home in Brookfield S/D, hickory

hardwood flooring, trey ceilings, gas log FP,

remodeled kitchen w/ granite, double ovens,

cabinet space, large rooms, fluted trim, office

w/built ins, privacy fenced back yard, storage

building and more! Master Downstairs!

priced in the 290's

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1104 Country Club Dr

Renovated in 2017, this spacious all brick

4BR/2.5BA home offers vaulted ceilings, HW

floors, neutral color palette, spacious Master

Suite w/walk-in tiled shower & garden tub,

eat-in Kitchen w/granite countertops, gas FP,

2 raised concrete porches, concrete patio w/

outdoor grilling area & Pergola, oversized

concrete drive, lg backyard, Roof- 2017 &

more! $274,900

287'225 *5,// $5($ 3(5*2/$

560 Parkway Rd

Renovated 3BR/4BA home situated on park

like setting of 6.68 acres outside of city

limits. Many unique features inside and

out! In-ground pool, cabana, detached 3

bay garage w/ workshop, new HVAC, new

windows, stained glass, granite and more!

$465,000

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5 Golf Shores Dr Lot 5

New construction near TIMS FORD

LAKE, minutes from the state park,

stainless Whirlpool appliances, vaulted

ceiling, walk in closets, hardwood, tile

and more. $149,900

114 3rd Ave South

3 BR, 2BA. New construction near Nissan

Decherd plant, stainless appliances, custom

cabinets, hardwood and tile throughout,

convenient location, split bedroom concept,

and more! $129,900

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H

omeowners need not

bust their budgets

to transform their wash-

rooms into modern, luxuri-

ous oases.

The allure of a spa-style

bathroom is something few

homeowners can resist.

Such bathrooms can make

for a welcome retreat after

a long day at the ofce or

an afternoon spent chasing

kids around the yard.

But as appealing as

such a sanctuary may seem,

the cost of creating a luxu-

ry washroom is more than

many homeowners' bud-

gets can withstand. Fortu-

nately, a dream bathroom

does not have to break the

bank. In fact, there are sev-

eral ways to make a bath-

room worthy of the most

comforting spa without

stretching your budget.

* Install a wall-hung

mirror. If your idea of a

luxury bathroom harkens

back to a time before the

advent of recessed medi-

cine cabinets, then a wall-

hung mirror can give the

bathroom an entirely new

feel without much of a

nancial

commitment.

Flush-mount

mirrors

need not require the ser-

vices of a contractor, but

they can provide a sense

of elegance that recessed

cabinets cannot.

* Replace bathroom

countertops. A counter-

top replacement job may

sound expensive, but such

an undertaking is not very

costly in the washroom,

where counter space is

typically limited. Since

the cost of countertop ma-

terials is by the square foot,

you can replace bathroom

surfaces for a relatively

small amount of money.

Granite countertops can be

beautiful, but such surfac-

es do not create the warm

feel that many prefer in a

luxury bathroom. A mate-

rial such as soapstone is

warm and inexpensive and

can quickly give the bath-

room a new look.

* Embrace calm colors.

Painting the bathroom is

another inexpensive way to

give the room an entirely

new look. If the walls of

your washroom are cur-

rently a vibrant color,

consider a more calming

tone to give the room the

luxurious and relaxing

feel you're aiming for. If

your bathroom includes a

clawfoot tub, you also can

make it a two-tone tub to

add a touch of relaxing

elegance. Paint the tub's

exterior in a calming tone

such as soft gray, and you

will have transformed the

washroom at little cost

and even less effort.

* Transform your dou-

ble vanity. Many home-

owners prefer a double

vanity in their bathrooms,

as such a setup allows

both men and women the

space to get ready for bed

or work without getting

in one another's way. But

instead of a traditional

vanity with a counter be-

tween the sinks, consider

installing matching ped-

estal sinks to surround an

antique washstand. This

can give the washroom a

feel of antique luxury, and

such washstands can found

for a few hundred dollars.

* Replace old fixtures.

Though they are often

overlooked, cabinet and

door fixtures as well as

towel racks can greatly

influence the feel of a

washroom. If the cabinet

and drawer handles are

old or outdated, replace

them with more modern

options. Such a job might

be even more effective if

you repaint or reface ex-

isting cabinetry. Neither

task is terribly expensive,

but both can give the

washroom a more luxuri-

ous feel. The same goes

for replacing old towel

racks, which can be an

eyesore if they're espe-

cially dated.

Transforming a bath-

room may seem like a

significant and costly

undertaking, but savvy

homeowners can give

their washrooms a new

and luxurious look with-

out spending much money.

Budget-friendly bathroom transformation tips

S

ome insulations can lose

performance over time,

sustain damage or simply no

longer meet updated building

codes. It's an issue that can be

costly, because if your home's

insulation isn't doing its job,

you could be wasting money

and resources.

You don't have to be a

trained professional to know

you have a problem. Here are

several signs that your insula-

tion is lacking:

1. Energy bills - High ener-

gy bills are the biggest red ag,

especially relative to the size,

age or condition of the home.

If you have a run-away energy

bill, your insulation may need

to be upgraded. This can be the

case, even in a newer home.

2. Drafts - Do you need to

put on a sweater even with the

heat on, or does your air condi-

tioner run incessantly without

makingenoughof adifference?

That's a sign of a deciency in

your building envelope.

3. Inconsistent tempera-

tures - Is it warm in one room,

but cold in another? Are your

walls or interior closets cold

to the touch? It's possible that

while your whole home may

not need attention, certain

rooms may need to be ad-

dressed.

4. Condition of insulating

materials - Consider the age of

your insulation.Would it stand

up to today's building codes? Is

it in good shape or is it crum-

bly? If your insulation has de-

graded or isn't performing, it's

time for an upgrade. But be

careful, as certain types of older

insulation, such as Vermiculite

insulation, may contain asbes-

tos. If you'reunsure, donot dis-

turb it and hire a professional

to conduct testing and/or re-

moval. This should not be a

do-it-yourself job.

5. You detect pests and/

or moisture - Insulation -

and your building envelope

- can be compromised by the

presence of pests. Moisture

is an even bigger obstacle

to optimal thermal perfor-

mance, as some types of in-

sulation can sag or collapse

when damp, leaving voids

and causing air to ow in

and out of the building en-

velope.

While some solutions

may be more complicated,

requiring the opening of the

existing wall cavities, others

can be addressed more eas-

ily. The best way to improve

thermal performance and

increase energy efciency is

to upgrade attic insulation.

Laying Comfortbatt insula-

tion over existing material

to achieve a minimum depth

of 16 inches, or an R-value of

R50, is a simple DIY project

that can generate immedi-

ate results. To fully assess your

home and explore remediation

solutions, consider hiring a

professional home energy au-

ditor to evaluate your home's

energy performance. Even in a

new home, the results may be

surprising.

5 signs your home insulation

is not working