Chattanooga's Million Dollar Homes

Friday, November 8, 2019
215 Richardson St.
215 Richardson St.

Chattanooga homes selling for $1 million plus include:

215 Richardson Street on Lookout Mountain. It features four bedrooms and five bathrooms with 4,724 square feet. The sale was to Christian Lee and Roberta Kay Culbreath from Mary Elizabeth Corey and Mary Moore Corey. Price - $1,060,000

113 W. Fleetwood Dr. on Lookout Mountain. It features five bedrooms and six bathrooms with 5,211 square feet. The sale was to Ryan and Laura Cleary from Robert John Fisher and Robert J. Fisher. Price - $1,210,000

1513 Carroll Lane in North Chattanooga. It features four bedrooms and four bathrooms with 4,435 square feet. The sale was to  Michael Bryan Nichols and Sarah C. Nichols from Scott and Mary Norris. Price -  $1,267,000

245 Walnut St., Downtown. It is currently under construction by Tower Construction at the Walnut Hills Townhomes. It will feature four bedrooms and five bathrooms with 3,839 square feet. Purchasers are Paul and Pam Broadstone. Price is $1,274,656

 

113 W. Fleetwood Dr.
113 W. Fleetwood Dr.

Marty Haynes And Hamilton County Assessor’s Office Recognized With 3 Star Certification From TNAAO

Real Estate Transfers For Nov. 6-11

Kim Bass: October 2019 Market Statistics


Hamilton County Assessor of Property Marty Haynes was presented the 2019 Three Star Certification before the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers at the fall regional seminars in Knoxville ... (click for more)

NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register’s Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register’s Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503. For questions regarding ... (click for more)

As we begin the slower time of year for home sales, historically low mortgage rates will continue to support buyer demand and may create additional lift to home prices as excellent affordability ... (click for more)


Real Estate

Marty Haynes And Hamilton County Assessor’s Office Recognized With 3 Star Certification From TNAAO

Hamilton County Assessor of Property Marty Haynes was presented the 2019 Three Star Certification before the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers at the fall regional seminars in Knoxville on Nov. 8. The certificate was presented on behalf of the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers by the Executive Director Will Denami. “The Three Star Certification is a professional ... (click for more)

Real Estate Transfers For Nov. 6-11

NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register’s Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register’s Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503. For questions regarding this report, please call Chattanoogan.com at 423 266-2325. GI numbers, listed when street addresses are not available, refer to the location of transactions (book number and page number) in ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Judge Poole Denies Post-Conviction Relief For Chattanooga Man On Death Row

Criminal Court Judge Don Poole on Tuesday morning announced that he was denying Lee Hall’s request for post-conviction relief. Hall was convicted in the April 1991 murder of his ex-girlfriend, Traci Crozier. He is set to be executed on Dec. 5. In explaining his decision, Judge Poole said, "The petitioner’s second post-conviction petition is barred by Tennessee Code ... (click for more)

15-Year-Old Arrested In Sept. 28 Murder Of Marshon Langford, 40

Chattanooga Police, with the assistance of the Lookout Mountain Drug Task Force, arrested a suspect wanted in connection with a homicide that occurred in the 3800 block of Larry Drive on Sept. 28. Marshon Langford, 40, was shot on Larry Drive, then he drove to Pin Oak Drive, where he crashed his vehicle. He was taken to the hospital where he later died. The suspect, a 15-year-old ... (click for more)

Opinion

Rhonda Thurman: We Can Learn From The Private Schools

At Monday night’s School Board Agenda Session, I brought up the fact that I had received many complaints from parents and some school personnel about the half day of school on Wednesday, Nov. 13. This half day caught many parents off guard because students had just been off October 7-14 for Fall Break. This half day caused many to have to scramble for childcare. Some also noted ... (click for more)

All Property Owners Deserve The Right To STVR

Changes are coming to Chattanooga’s Short-Term Vacation Rental Ordinance. Chattanooga City Council is working on a draft of changes that would affect every Chattanooga property owner’s right to open their home to paying short term guests. This includes upping the ante on fines for those who are denied an application for permits. This first draft is to be presented to the council ... (click for more)