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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:

0.570 acres.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 5.77acres inMC--$41,180

All Creekstone Lots --priced in the 20's

0 Setters 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 –

NormandyTn 6.01 acres--$78,500

468 JD Neil Rd -

.25 acre building lot inTullahoma.$15,000

1B N. Jackson –

$785,000

107 Ledford Mill Rd -

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

2120 N. Jackson St. -

OfficeBldg, $2500 Lease,High visibility, formallymedical

6 Lakeview St. Lot 6

EstillSprings,

16K , Kim Donna S/D

0 Turkey Creek Loop

2.29acres

$18,500, Near Tims Ford Lake

0 Kings Lane:

$190's,

commercial building lot

501 Dinah Shore Blvd:

$160's,

commercial office building

100 Hunters Lane:

$1,295,000,

Medical office building

1411 N Washington St:

$550's,

New climate controlled storage building

2228 N Jackson St:

$130,000,

commercial lot

601 Wm Northern Blvd:

$83,750,

close to airport

0 Cedar Lane-

$385-zoned R3,

high visibility

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

$75,000

108 SR, Gruetli Laager-6 acres-

$39,999,

Residential lot

212NE Atlantic: $690 100SF

Woodbury Hwy 1.6 acres next to I024

$370's

1956 N Jackson

3925 SF $300/mo

George Court

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Prime corner lot in Blue Creek.

$29,500

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109 Lake Crest Ln

Freshly painted 5BR/3BA contemporary home

w/Bonus Rm and 2019 sf unfinished,

walk-out basement/2-car garage. Located on

approximately 2.18 acres, soaring ceilings,

new tile floors, open & spacious floor plan,

carport with additional storage, huge deck,

lg patio, tons of natural light, central vacuum,

privacy, and more!s

12 &,7< 7$;(6 6

65 Twin Mary Dr Lot 3

Well maintained 3BR/2BA home located on

cul-de-sac neighborhood.Updates: Roof,

gutters, downspouts, HVAC, Kitchen w/

Bewley's cabinetry, granite counters. LR w/

vaulted ceiling, covered deck, uncovered

deck, 2 storage bldgs. 2-car garage w/

workshop. RV shed w/water and electric.

No City Taxes! $170's water spigots. No

City Taxes!s

135 Oak Hills Dr Lot6

Beautiful property located just outside of city

limits in Moore County, lg wooded corner lot

(103x305), well cared for 3 bdrm 2 bath 1-level

home, 2-car attached garage (side), roof-2011,

HVAC-2003. Fenced back yard (huge). Covered

porch and deck in back of home. Home is

under Termite Contract. Setting & Curb appeal

is awesome!

560 Parkway Rd

Amazing 6.68 acre setting close to town,

renovated 3733 sq ft 1-level home, 3 FP's,

granite counter tops, stained glass windows,

new windows, new HVAC, 10' in ground salt

water pool (heated), cabana w/changing rm/

mechanical rm/storage, tennis court, seasonal

pond, pay no city tax, tuition can be paid to

attend Tullahoma City Schools.

35,9$7( /2&$7,21

97 Greenbriar Dr

PRIVATE 3BR/2.5BA home on 3+ Acres with

Bonus Room, decorative columns in Living

Room, trey ceiling, chair rail, crown molding,

newer flooring, spacious eat-in kitchen with

abundant cabinets, large covered deck, , gas

logs, sunroom, dry creek, woods and

much more! $320's

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610 E Grundy St

REMODELED 3 BR/2BA home in

established neighborhood, cedar lined

closets, electric fireplace, refinished

hardwood, double oven, new dishwasher,

newer HVAC, recessed lighting, newer

roof, large back yard and patio, walking

distance to school, lots more--priced to

sell! $140's

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123 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.

$149,900

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495 Franklin Heights Dr Lot 131

All-brick 4-5BR/3.5BA with open floorplan,

formal DR, LR, eat-in kitchen, den w/

FP, HW flooring. Spacious Master, Split

BR concept. Lg media room. Walk-out

basement w/access to back yard, patio,

covered front porch, screened back porch.

Much more! $350's.

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109 Collinwood Dr Lot 5

New construction 3BR/2BA home

with prefinished hardwood &

tile floors, trey ceiling, recessed

lighting, concrete driveway and

more! $165,400

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111 Collinwood Dr Lot 6

New Construction! 3 BR, 2 BA,

stainless Whirlpool appliances, tile,

prefinished hardwood, concrete

driveway, large walk in closet, patio,

much more. $165,200

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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! $150'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! $259,900

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204 Regwood Drive

4/5BR 3Bath home with many

updates, hardwood, large master w/

tile shower, fireplace, large screened

porch, privacy fence, Jenn Air

outdoor grilling area, firepit, 2 car

attached / 2 car detached garage.

Large lot. $280's.

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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

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Sunday, April 14th from 1-3 pm

M

aximizing natural light

in a home is a smart

and sometimes low-cost

renovation. Homes that are

dark and drab can drain en-

ergy levels and reduce pro-

ductivity. In addition, dark

rooms may not be inviting

places to gather as a family

or when entertaining.

Certain factors contrib-

ute to a dark home. Houses

that face north or east may

not get the same level of sun-

light as those that primarily

face south and west. Geo-

graphic location also plays a

role in the amount of natural

sunlight. Mountains, build-

ings and even latitude can

affect the amount of natural

light that enters a home.

The style of a home and

its attributes also may cre-

ate dark conditions. Deep

house eaves as well as small

windows or too few win-

dows also can contribute to

a deficit of light indoors. A

major remodel certainly can

remedy the situation. How-

ever, there also are other

less-extensive strategies to

improve natural light.

Assess the situation

before renovating. Walk

around the house and deter-

mine which rooms get the

most light and which condi-

tions may be contributing to

the problem in other areas.

Dark floors and walls may

be absorbing natural light

and compounding the situa-

tion. You may find that only

one or two rooms need at-

tention, saving you the cost

and effort associated with a

major home overhaul.

Lighten up window

treatments. Heavy drapes or

thick blinds can be replaced

with translucent alterna-

tives. Translucent shades

will allow light into the

room without compromis-

ing privacy, say the experts

at HGTV.

Use mirrors strategical-

ly. A mirror placed opposite

a window will reflect light all

around the room. This can

make a small room seem

larger and a dark space in-

stantly brighter.

Install new windows and

doors. If the budget allows,

installing larger windows

in a home will allow more

natural light in. French

doors or sliding doors also

may make a home's interior

more bright. Think about

adding windows to a side

of the house that has none,

or increase the size of the

windows on the side of the

house that gets the most

light.

Maximize sunlight from

above. Skylights will bring

light into a home as the sun

passes overhead. Tubular

skylights can bring natural

sunlight into spaces where

you may not expect sky-

lights to be practical. Ac-

cording to Houzz, a design

and architectural resource,

tubular daylighting devices,

or TDDs, can make a big dif-

ference. TDDs are reflective

pipes installed between the

roof and ceiling, with a clear

plastic dome.

Use reflective decor. Re-

flective surfaces, including

glass and metal, can bright-

en up a room and diffuse

light around a room. Glossy

backsplashes, pendant light-

ing and shiny metal that re-

flect light can increase the

natural light, balancing out

dark spaces.

Prune trees regularly.

Cut back branches and keep

trees tidy to maximize sun-

light. Avoid planting tall

shrubbery in front of win-

dows.

Routinely clean win-

dows and glass doors. Dirt

and other grime can prevent

light from getting through.

Regularly give windows a

thorough washing.

Natural light is an impor-

tant commodity in a home.

Sunlight can improve mood

and go a long way toward

keeping home occupants

healthy and happy.

Bring more natural light into a home

W

hen drafting a to-do

list for home improve-

ents that can increase home

alue and appeal, several ren-

vations may be atop home-

wners’ lists.While kitchen or

athroom remodels may be

opular renovations, home-

wners also should consider

utdoor lighting schemes that

an make homes safer and

ore alluring.

Outdoor lighting serves

arious purposes. Such light-

ng can draw attention to

ore impressive parts of a

roperty. In addition, such

ighting can improve security

nd deter criminals.

To get started, homeown-

rs should first examine the

exteriors of their homes and

make note of existing lighting

and where improvements can

be made. If you’re not sure

where to begin, speak with

an electrician or a landscape

designer, each of whom can

offer suggestions on lighting

and which options are the

best fit for your particular

property.

Next, you’ll want to con-

sider efficiency and function.

The United States Depart-

ment of Energy suggests in-

corporating energy-efficient

lighting, including energy-

saving LED bulbs or fluores-

cent lights, into your plans.

Timers and other automatic

controls can prevent waste by

turning lights on only when

they are needed. Solar lights

can be used as accent lights,

further saving energy.

Beauty

When addressing aes-

thetics, think about the ap-

peal of an accented land-

scape. Include lights to frame

the front door and call atten-

tion to certain elements, such

as decorative trees or water

features. Use lights to light

up deck stairways or to accent

planters. Speak with a light-

ing professional about how

to position lights to cover the

most territory in the most at-

tractive way possible.

Safety

Safety is an important

consideration when improv-

ing a home. Lighting can help

illuminate potential hazards

or draw attention to bor-

ders or property boundaries.

Navigating in the dark can

be treacherous, so put lights

along pathways and near

pools or spas. Be sure that

lights will clearly mark other

walkways around your home,

such as those leading from

doors to the yard or from the

garage to where trash and re-

cycling pails are kept. If a de-

sign element such as a bridge

over a water feature or a par-

ticular ornamental tree or

shrub is difficult to navigate

in the dark, use lights to im-

prove visibility.

Security

Added security is another

reason to install more exte-

rior lighting. Dark homes are

attractive to burglars. Elimi-

nate dark corners by lighting

up areas where thieves may

be able to gain access to your

home. This includes areas

near doorways and ground-

level windows. Install mo-

tion-sensor lights in such

areas so you are not wasting

energy.

Lighting may not only de-

ter human intruders, but also

it can scare away animals. A

raccoon, skunk or opossum

may think twice about hang-

ing around your home when

your property is bathed in a

spotlight.

Revamping exterior light-

ing elements can improve the

safety and the look of a home.

Exterior lighting improves the safety and appearance of a home