Chattanooga's Million Dollar Homes

Friday, January 17, 2020
3052 Enclave Bay Dr.
3052 Enclave Bay Dr.

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 bedrooms, six baths and 6,221 square feet.

The sale was to Christopher Wang from David R. and Dale M. Spangenberg for $1,250,000.

New three-story townhome at Walnut Hill Townhomes on Walnut Street

The sale was to Robert A. and Karen Elliott for $1,125,000.

303 West Brow Road

Home on the west brow of Lookout Mountain has four bedrooms, six bathrooms and includes5,535 square feet

The sale was to Clay Watson from David N. Watson Trust for $1,150,000.

7076 Chesterton Way in Ooltewah

The sale was to Michael S. and Melissa A. Kluska from Barry Payne Homes Llc for $1,243,326.

3052 Enclave Bay Drive

Home by the Tennessee River has four bedrooms, five baths and 5 4,888 square feet 

The sale was to Jeffrey Thomas Scotchie and Jessica Graham Scotchie from Heather Shaw Dendy for $1,875,000.

225 E. Brow Road
225 E. Brow Road

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