Grand Opening Of The Farm Subdivision In Soddy Daisy Set For Sept. 23

Thursday, September 13, 2018

The Paula McDaniel Group announces the grand opening of The Farm, a new subdivision off of Clift Mill Road in Soddy Daisy. The public is invited to tour the homes built by Nu-Era Construction, enjoy lunch from Off The Grill's Food Truck, listen to music, play corn hole and more. The open house is set for Sunday, Sept. 23 from 2-5 p.m.   

"Kevin Blair, of The BlairSmiles Team at Element Funding, will be there answering any questions about getting a mortgage for your dream home in this picturesque new community," officials said.
"Existing homes in The Farm start at $339,000, or you can pick your lot and choose a semi- or full- custom house plan. You will have the opportunity to personalize your new home to your individual style with our in house professional designers. They will help you choose from hundreds of options for your new home, from quality included standard features to luxurious upgrades for those decadent finishing touches. 
 
"The professionally-designed model home has an on-trend craftsman-style exterior and all of the quality features and finishes that are included in every new home built by Nu-Era Construction. This home features 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2,503+/- sq.ft., open layout,  great room with fireplace, formal dining, eat-in kitchen, main-level master bedroom with en-suite, bonus room and covered deck to enjoy the scenic views."

The Farm is located 5-7 +/- minutes from Hwy 27 and near public lake access, marinas, Steve's Landing Restaurant, outdoor recreation, Dayton and Chattanooga. The model home is located at 977 Equestrian Dr., Soddy Daisy, TN 37379.  Directions: Take Hwy 27N to Hixson Pike exit, turn Right off exit; Left onto Armstrong Road; Left on Clift Mill Road, Right on Equestrian Drive. OR take Dayton Pike, right on O'Sage Drive, left on Clift Mill Road, and left on Equestrian Drive.  
 
"Get ready to fall in love with the home of your dreams, personalized to your style and designed for your life.  We look forward to celebrating with you on Sept. 23 and helping you find your dream home in The Farm," officials said.


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