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

CBL Properties Appoints Justice Wade To Senior VP Of Development And Mixed-Use Leasing

Local Habitat For Humanity Contributes To Habitat In Haiti

Residential Project Planned At Former Horse Farm On Snow Hill Road


CBL Properties announced Monday the promotion of Justice Wade to senior vice president of development and mixed-use leasing. Commenting on the promotion, CBL Properties’ President Michael ... (click for more)

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga has tithed more than $400,000 since 1986, allowing families to stand on their own and build stronger, more stable communities around the globe, said ... (click for more)

A residential development is planned on 101 acres at a former horse farm at 6424 Snow Hill Road. Billy McCoy is the developer for Sweet Briar. There are 199 units planned, including 137 ... (click for more)


Real Estate

CBL Properties Appoints Justice Wade To Senior VP Of Development And Mixed-Use Leasing

CBL Properties announced Monday the promotion of Justice Wade to senior vice president of development and mixed-use leasing. Commenting on the promotion, CBL Properties’ President Michael Lebovitz said, “Justice has positioned himself as a well-respected leader within the industry and the CBL organization. “Since 2010, Justice has led our new development leasing and ... (click for more)

Local Habitat For Humanity Contributes To Habitat In Haiti

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga has tithed more than $400,000 since 1986, allowing families to stand on their own and build stronger, more stable communities around the globe, said officials. Tithing is a part of Habitat for Humanity’s international program where affiliates are encouraged to contribute a portion of their undesignated cash contributions each year to ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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A Chattanooga man who was hit head-on by a vehicle being chased by police near Elizabethton, Tn., was killed in the crash late Sunday morning. He was identified as Thomas Taylor, 31. He was driving a BMW north on U.S. Highway 19E when his vehicle was struck by a Lincoln Towncar going the wrong way at a high rate of speed. Two other people were injured in the collision at Gap ... (click for more)

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Two fishermen spotted a body in the Ocoee River on Sunday. Polk County Sheriff's deputies were then able to retrieve a man's body around noon. It was located about 100 yards west of Big River Access. The body was sent to Knoxville for an autopsy and to seek identification. (click for more)

Opinion

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