Chattanooga's Million Dollar Homes

Friday, December 6, 2019
Pricey townhomes on Latitude Circle
Pricey townhomes on Latitude Circle

Chattanooga's million dollar homes include freshly minted townhomes at Cameron Harbor and at Walnut Street:

- 774 Latitude Circle townhome at Cameron Harbor. It includes three bedrooms, five bathrooms and almost 4,000 square feet and is on the Riverwalk. It was sold by Cameron Harbor LLC to John Michael Roney for $1,250,000

 block of Walnut Street between Aquarium Way and Third Street where a line of new townhomes are being built by Tower Construction. The sale is to Jeffrey K Morgan and Melissa A. Morgan from 245 Walnut Street Llc for $1,175,000

- 770 Latitude Circle townhome at Cameron Harbor. Sold to Frederick and Cynthia B. Howalt from Cameron Harbor Llc for $1,300,000

Walnut Hill Townhomes
Walnut Hill Townhomes

Pointe Commercial Real Estate Announces Completed Transaction For 2019 In Excess Of $47 Million

Brandi Pearl Thompson: 2019 Annual Housing Market Report

Chattanooga's Million Dollar Homes


Pointe Commercial Real Estate has announced their Completed Transactions for 2019. According the Greater Chattanooga Realtors Commercial Council, PCRE ended the year with transaction volume ... (click for more)

The Greater Chattanooga Realtors recently released its 2019 Annual Report on the local housing market, and 2019 was a very busy year. The average sales price was just over $238,000, ... (click for more)

Chattanooga's Million Dollar homes, reflected in recent transactions, include: 225 East Brow Road Tudor home on the east brow of Lookout Mountain features a spectacular view. It has five ... (click for more)


Real Estate

Pointe Commercial Real Estate Announces Completed Transaction For 2019 In Excess Of $47 Million

Pointe Commercial Real Estate has announced their Completed Transactions for 2019. According the Greater Chattanooga Realtors Commercial Council, PCRE ended the year with transaction volume exceeding $47 million; the highest dollar transaction volume of all local commercial real estate companies listed. "These numbers were achieved through the expertise and proven leadership ... (click for more)

Brandi Pearl Thompson: 2019 Annual Housing Market Report

The Greater Chattanooga Realtors recently released its 2019 Annual Report on the local housing market, and 2019 was a very busy year. The average sales price was just over $238,000, which is a 6.9% increase over 2018 ($222,852). This increase might reflect a decreased housing inventory. 10,714 homes were sold in the Greater Chattanooga area in 2018, which was a ... (click for more)

Breaking News

No One Injured In Fire At Union Hall

Chattanooga firefighters battled a fire on Fairview Avenue on Saturday night. It happened at 8:43 p.m. at the United Steelworkers Local 15120 building at 1109 Fairview Ave. The union hall is on the bottom floor and several apartments are located upstairs. When crews arrived, all of the occupants were out of the building and there was smoke coming from the roof. Firefighters ... (click for more)

Home In Harrison Bay Area Destroyed By Fire Saturday Afternoon

Fire destroyed a family’s home in the Harrison Bay area on Saturday afternoon. At 12:45 p.m., a 911 call was made reporting a fire on the deck and spreading fast throughout the house. All residents were able to evacuate the home safely. The Highway 58 Volunteer Fire Department responded to 9112 Villagewood Drive and arrived on the scene reporting heavy smoke and fire on a ... (click for more)

Opinion

Rep. Hakeem: General Assembly Legislative Update

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Roy Exum: Pythons Lose In Bowl

With the Super Bowl in Miami a week away, the results of the Python Bowl captivated South Florida on Saturday. That’s right; it was announced 80 Burmese pythons had been dragged out of the Everglades by a band of cash-hungry snake hunters and Mike Kimmel won an off-road ATV for bagging the most – eight. His buddy Tom Rahill won $2,000 for bringing in the longest – a 12 foot, seven ... (click for more)