Lots Available For New McKenzie Meadows Development

Monday, May 13, 2013

Ground has already broken on Bell Development’s Ooltewah subdivision McKenzie Meadows. Located on Georgetown Road near the base of White Oak Mountain, the new development is in the "heart of the Ooltewah community."    

McKenzie Meadows is the home of the new Ooltewah Elementary School, making it possible for families to walk their children to school. 

The homes are 2,400-3,100 square feet and are priced in the $300,000s-$400,000s range.  

The craftsman style homes of McKenzie Meadows will feature granite countertops, hardwood floors, tile, and private decks with screened in porches.  All Bell homes come with a two year builder warranty.  

“Housing starts and sales continue to grow and rebound in all Bell neighborhoods, and having the newest Hamilton County school will help to enhance your home’s value,” says owner/developer Jay Bell.   Fore more information and to reserve a lot and customize a home, call Mr. Bell at 760-1088. or visit www.mynewbellhome.com.


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