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Mid-Tenn Homes

--June 12,, 2019-June 25, 2019

Y

ou are thinking

of making a ma-

jor renovation to

your home. Perhaps it's

time to create that master

bedroom suite you long

have admired or install

that wrap-around porch?

What is the first thing that

should be done before get-

ting down to business?

The correct way to be-

gin a home remodeling

project is to obtain the

necessary permits for the

job. Many municipalities

request individuals ob-

tain permits for a range of

work on homes or other

structures, such as of-

fice buildings. Permits are

generally required for all

new construction as well

as specific modifications

that will affect structural,

plumbing, mechanical, and

electrical systems. It's im-

portant to check with the

local building office prior

to beginning work to see

which permits you will

need before the project can

begin. Permits are neces-

sary whether a homeowner

is doing the work or hiring

an outside contractor.

Due to the cost and time

involved with securing per-

mits, some homeowners

skip this step so they can

begin a project promptly.

However, this can end up

being a costly mistake. Per-

mits might seem like a nui-

sance, but they actually pro-

tect homeowners in various

ways.

Permits ensure safe

workmanship

Permits provide a blue-

print by which contractors

and do-it-yourselfers must

complete renovations. Be-

cause inspections will take

place, there is no wiggle

room. Shortcuts often trans-

late into subpar work that

may lead to malfunction

and injury in the long run.

Safeguarding against poor

workmanship means home-

owners can feel condent in

the work being done.

Permits reduce the

likelihood of costly

mistakes

As inspectors go through

their checklists, they may

notice things that were done

incorrectly and will offer ad-

vice about how to mend the

problem before it becomes a

larger headache. If left un-

checked, an electrical error

could lead to a re or anoth-

er dangerous situation. Re-

pairs that are not structural-

ly sound may pose problems

or deteriorate more quickly

than structures that are con-

structed correctly. Further-

more, catching improper

technique early on elimi-

nates having to tear down

and redo work, which can

be a costly and time-con-

suming endeavor.

Permits protect against

nes

Sometimes work goes as

planned even for homeown-

ers who did not obtain the

necessary permits. How-

ever, years later, when oth-

er work needs to be done,

inspectors may discover

homeowners never secured

proper permits and inspec-

tions years earlier, leading

to nes.

Furthermore, if work

is done without a permit

and an accident occurs, any

damages or injuries may not

be covered by a homeown-

er's insurance policy.

Permits are an impor-

tant part of the home im-

provement process. Home-

owners should not skirt the

responsibility because the

permit and inspection pro-

cess is in place to provide

protection to occupants.

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, 5000 SqFt. Formerly

Tullahoma Tire and Brake, Tire Pro. $285,000

land located in the Normandy Lake area. $39,500

Lots 1 Old Tullahoma-Shelbyville Hwy

Residential

tract w 5.77 acres in MC--$41,180

All Creekstone Lots --priced in the 20's

0 Setters Ln W –

0.83 acre. Beautiful wooded lot on Lake Tullahoma. $99,900

1 Short Springs Rd -

ACREAGE. 50 acres in Tullahoma

city limits. RE Lee School District. $935,000

6 Riley Creek Rd –

Normandy Tn 6.01 acres--$72,500

468 JD Neil Rd -

.25 acre building lot in Tullahoma. $15,000

1B N. Jackson –

$785,000 Commercial Prime Lot.

107 Ledford Mill Rd -

Office Bldg, $389,900, $2500 NNN, Approv. 3400 sqft

2120 N. Jackson St. -

Office Bldg, $2500

Lease, High visibility, formally medical

6 Lakeview St. Lot 6

Estill Springs,

$9,800

Kim Donna S/D

0 Turkey Creek Loop

2.29 acres

$18,500, Near Tims Ford Lake

0 Kings Lane:

$190's,

commercial building lot

501 Dinah Shore Blvd: Commercial office building

- $150s

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-

$380's

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

$75,000

108 SR, Gruetli Laager-6 acres-

$29,999,

Residential lot

Woodbury Hwy 1.6 acres next to I024

$370's

1956 N Jackson

3925 SF $3000 K A Month

George Court

-

Prime corner lot in Blue Creek.

$27,500

310 E Lincoln - Office Space $370's

2860 Hurricane Creek Rd

MOVE-IN READY!! 3BR/2BA home on approx

5.65 acres in Moore Co/Tullahoma! The

home offers a wrap-around deck, stunning

private setting , updated kitchen, stainless

appliances, pantry, remodeled bathroom, and

much more on a beautiful secluded property

with creek, bridge and barn! Property selling

As-Is. $199,900

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170 Cumberland Oaks Drive Lot 17

Updated and move in ready! Brick,

4BR/2.5BA home on large, level lot

just outside Tullahoma's city limits.

Split BR floor plan, soaring ceilings

w/moldings & millwork, hardwood &

tile flooring, newer carpeting, fresh

paint, SS appliances, large backyard,

deck, nice landscaping, concrete

drive w/2-car garage & more! $220's

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107 Berkley Court

Beautifully maintained 4BR/2.5BA brick

home on a very spacious cul-de-sac lot w/

fenced backyard! 9' ceilings, an abundance

of millwork, gorgeous HW flooring, travertine

tile, granite counter tops & SS appliances,

a large & open floor plan, covered front

porch, deck wired for hot tub, storage bldg,

oversized 2-car garage & much more! HVAC

units- replaced 2016. Roof- 2009 w/25 yr

warranty. And, more! $290's

)5$1./,1 +,//6 ' ,1 :,1&+(67(5

495 Franklin Heights Dr

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! $340's.

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113 Stagecoach Pass

4/5 BR/3 Full/2 Half BA w/ hardwood and

tile, custom kitchen cabinets, granite,

SS appliances, built-ins, crown molding,

wainscoting, new paint, soaring ceilings, gas

log FP, multiple bonus rooms, office w/ glass

french doors, Master w/ double trey ceiling,

tile shower, privacy fence, covered porch/

patio. $440's

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Harton Realty Company

www.hartonrealty.com

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132 Normandy Tullahoma

4BR/4BA brick home w/ an oversized 3-car garage

on 74.50 rolling acres w/two ponds and gorgeous

views of Bedford County! 10 min. from Tullahoma's

city limits & Normandy Lake, this property offers

privacy, amenities & wildlife. Newer hickory HW

flooring, soaring ceilings, 2 fireplaces, custom

hickory cabinetry & granite counters, recently

remodeled master bath, covered front porch,

screened porch, backyard patio & more! $710's

202 Amherst Dr Lot 35

Beautiful one owner home w/ wood/tile

floors, granite in kitchen & baths, great

rm w/FP, formal DR, office or sitting rm,

Master BR w-sitting area, walk-in tiled

shower. 20x40 inground heated pool, hot

tub, 2 level deck, black aluminum fence.

Manicured lawn! $380's

102 Rushbrook Cir

4BR/3.5BA, double trey in LR w/gas log

fireplace, updated kitchen w/ granite and

custom cabinets, formal DR with trey/crown

molding, B2-B3 have a jack/jill bath, covered

back porch, large bonus room w/1/2 BA,

flooring is hardwood/tile/carpet, spacious

MB with jacuzzi tub/sitting area, walk in

closets, ceiling fans and more! Nice! $360's

1(: &216758&7,21

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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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. $270's.

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113 Collinwood Dr Lot 7

New construction 4 BR home

located in Tullahoma, Tennessee,

stainless Whilrpool appliances,

prefinished hardwood flooring,

tile in utility room and bathrooms,

patio, 2 car garage. $170,900

202 Broadrick St

New construction! 3 BR, 2

BA,

prefinished

hardwood,

tile in wet areas, stainless

Whirlpool appliances, patio, LR,

measurements approx-measure

if important. $130's

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How building permits protect homeowners

Obtain the proper permits before beginning construction.

Did you know?

M

any homeowners have lofty

goals for their homes. Such

plans may include extensive

renovations or even additions. While

many of these projects create beauti-

ful changes in a home, it's important to

consider the impact that renovations

can have on property value before begin-

ning a project. Many home improvement

projects do not add as much value as

homeowners may think they do. In fact,

some homeowners "overbuild" for their

neighborhoods. This means the amount

of money invested in improvements can

likely never be recuperated because the

house value simply exceeds those around

by too much money. To avoid overbuild-

ing, homeowners can ask themselves

several questions before beginning a

renovation project.

· Will my house be the largest house

in the neighborhood? Larger homes tend

to have a lower price per square foot, so

you may not want to improve to this ex-

tent.

· Will the house blend with others in

the area? If your house will stick out like

a sore thumb, it will detract from its own

value and could impact the value of other

homes in the area.

· Have I examined the cost vs. value

of the project? Many home improvement

resources analyze the cost of a project

versus the overall value of that project

with regard to property value. For ex-

ample, a $100,000 basement remodel

may not add $100,000 to the value of

the home in the event you choose to sell

down the line. It's important to know

which projects provide the best return

on investment.

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