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Mid-Tenn Homes

--September 12 - 25, 2018

LAND & LOTS & COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES FOR LEASE OR SALE

0ShortSpringsRd :

11.93acres inRE Lee schooldistrict.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's or $3000/mo.

AllCreekstone lotspriced at $25,000

315NWAtlanticSt:

6000 sf available forLease/$4660/month - could subdivide

2284N JacksonSt:

Vacant land --1.87acres-citywater/seweravailable-candivide

2228N JacksonSt:

2.52 acres ofundeveloped landon

NJacksonSt.City

water/seweravailable.$250's

400N JacksonSt :

0.380acres, 5000SqFt.FormerlyTullahomaTire andBrake,TirePro.$295,000

0Settlers LnW:

0.830 acres.Beautifulwooded lakefront lot on LakeTullahoma.$99,900

108PrincetonLn Lot 5:

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

0WardsChapelRd:

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

1ShortSpringsRd:

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

41 Three ForksBridgeRd:

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

6RileyCreekRd

,NormandyTN 37360 6.010Acres,0SqFt .$87,500

468JDNeilRd

-nicebldg lot.$15K

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49 Rebecca Lane

New Construction! 3BR/2BA + Bonus

Room, hardwood flooring, custom

cabinets, tile, stainless appliances, patio,

convenient to Elementary School, and

much more! $150's.

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432 Noblitt Ln

New construction, 3 BR, 2 BA home,

custom cabinets, stainless Whirlpool

appliances, hardwood, custom tile,

patio. $140's

House will be similar to picture in this ad.

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119 Lake Crest Lane

4BR/3.5BA situated on beautiful wooded

lot w/spring fed creek at back. Large LR

with fireplace, LR and DR with hardwood,

large Kitchen. Partially Finished Walkout

Basement; Multi-Level Decking.

Priced in the $250's.

560 Parkway Rd

Renovated home situated on a park like

setting outside of city limits ...... Many

unique features inside and outside! In-

ground pool, cabana, detached 3 bay

garage with workshop. Many unique areas

inside and outside! Priced in the 460's

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430 Brunswick Court

Amazing 5BR /4BA basement home with

custom cabinets, granite, tile, hardwood,

large rooms, storm safe room, golf cart

storage/workshop garage. Western cedar

screened porch. Scott Gregory built home

with attention to every detail! Call office

more amenities. $430's.

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33 Willow Pointe Dr

4BR, 2 Full BA, 2485 SqFt. Beautiful brick hm

(2006) on 1.34 acres, 2800 sq ft of immaculate

garage (5 car) /workshop space, 40x18 Carport

for RV, roof, NEW HVAC, vaulted ceilings, gas log

FP, wood/tile floors, granite & tile back splash in

kitchen,3-covered porches, lg sun rm attached by

covered porch, 19x15 covered patio. $340’s

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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!

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105 Gaul St - Estill Springs

5BR's, 4BATHS. 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!

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1101 E Grundy St

Manufactured home on permanent

foundation. Very clean with

some updates, new stove. Great

investment property! Priced to sell

in the $60's.

PLEASE VISIT US AT

WWW.WEICHERTJOEORR.COM

TO VIEW ALL OF OUR LISTINGS

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Autumn is a prime time

to tend lawns and gardens

A

utumn is gardening

season. That statement

may not seem right to

those who think of the

spring as the peak time to care for

lawns and gardens. However, au-

tumn is an ideal time to get into

the garden and ensure that ow-

ers, trees and garden beds will

over-winter successfully.

A number of things make au-

tumn a prime gardening season.

The cooler days of fall enable gar-

deners to spend ample time out-

doors without the threat of blazing

heat. In addition, soil harbors a

lot of residual warmth in autumn.

Also, the colder temperatures

haven’t yet arrived in autumn, nor

have the leaves completely fallen,

making fall a prime time to assess

what’s already in the landscape,

what needs pruning back and

where to address planting for next

year.

Gardening enthusiasts can fo-

cus their attention on these areas

this fall.

· Pamper perennials. As annu-

als andperennials start to fall back,

mark the spots where perennials

are located so they can be easily

identied later on. This way, when

planning spots for spring bulbs or

other spring layouts for next year,

perennials won’t be overlooked or

covered over.

· Prune shrubs. Look at shrubs

and trees and cut out dead or dis-

eased wood.

· Clean up borders. Weed and

tidy up borders and lawn edging.

· Install pavers or rock wall.

Embrace the cooler temperatures

to work on labor-intensive proj-

ects, such as putting in a garden

bed, retaining wall or walkway.

· Remove spent summer veg-

gies. Take out vegetable garden

plants that have already bloomed

and borne fruit. Tidy up vegetable

gardens and start to sow cooler

weather plants, such as onions,

garlic, beans, and sweet peas.

· Rake and compost. Rake the

leaves and gather grass clippings

to add to the compost pile.

· Plant spring bulbs. Get tulips

and other spring bulbs ready for

planting so they’ll burst with color

next year.

· Dig up herbs. Relocate herbs

like parsley or basil to indoor gar-

dens. Otherwise, strip all leaves

and freeze for storage during win-

ter.

· Consider mums. Chrysan-

themum plants are perennials.

While they look beautiful in pots,

if planted, maintained and winter-

ized, they can bloom every fall.

· Fertilize the lawn. Fertilizing

in autumn helps ensure grass will

stay healthy throughout the win-

ter.

· Addmulch and compost to the

garden. Replenish spent soil with

mulch and compost so garden

beds will be revitalized for spring

planting.

· Prune hedges. Tidy up hedges,

as they won’t be growing much

more this year.

· Clean and store equipment.

Clean, sharpen and oil all equip-

ment, storing lawn and garden

tools properly so they are ready for

spring and not lying out all winter.

Autumn may not seem like gar-

dening season, but there are plen-

ty of lawn and garden tasks to tend

to during this time of year.