Chattanooga's Million Dollar Homes

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Chattanooga's Million Dollar homes, reflected in recent transactions, include:

4504 Eyrie Way, Birchwood

4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 4,498 square feet, has 350 feet of river frontage

Sale was to Phillip E. Bacon Jr. and Cindy G. Bacon from Richard and Scarlet R. Howard. $1,085,000

3036 Rivermont Road

3 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 3,685 square feet

Sale was to Joseph W. Thatcher Jr., Abraham Silva Trustee, Thatcher-Silva Revocable Trust from Christopher Jon Radpour and Kimberly Greenhow Radpour. $1,100,000

6022 Clark Road, Harrison

5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 6,787 square feet, overlooks the river

Sale was to Nancy E. and Beau A. Greco from Billy R. and Connie S. McCoy. $1,100,000


Barge Design Solutions Community Fund Contributes To COVID-19 Relief Efforts

Real Estate Transfers For May 21-27

Brandi Pearl Thompson: COVID-19 Pressing The Brakes On Real Estate? I Don’t Think So


The Barge Design Solutions, Inc. Community Fund has awarded a total of $35,000 in grants to organizations contributing to COVID-19 relief efforts. "As our nation slowly opens following stay-at-home ... (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 I tell my friends and family, real estate is still happening; just in a different way. I love statistics. I enjoy seeing the metrics of home sales. Each week I see the market activity from ... (click for more)



Real Estate

Barge Design Solutions Community Fund Contributes To COVID-19 Relief Efforts

The Barge Design Solutions, Inc. Community Fund has awarded a total of $35,000 in grants to organizations contributing to COVID-19 relief efforts. "As our nation slowly opens following stay-at-home orders and other restrictions, many in our communities are left reeling from the effects of this pandemic," officials said. "Much of our population finds themselves in need of various ... (click for more)

Real Estate Transfers For May 21-27

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

Friends Of The Festival Cancels Riverbend 2020

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Demetrus Coonrod, Other Council Members Call For End To Black On Black Crime; Advocate Peaceful Protest, Not Violence

City Councilwoman Demetrus Coonrod on Tuesday night made an impassioned plea for an end to black on black crime. She did so after a recent Chattanooga murder left her granddaughter without a father. Councilwoman Coonrod spoke strongly in favor of protests against police brutality, but said there was no place for violence or destruction as part of that movement. Other black ... (click for more)

Opinion

Kudos Again To Demetrus Coonrod

In the aftermath of the tragic death of the young man in Minneapolis, Democrats and their sycophants in the media are carrying on the biggest scam perpetrated on the American people since LBJ with his Great Society and Tonkin Gulf incident in 1965. Thanks to Councilwoman Demetrus Coonrod for publicly standing up to black on black crime, especially homicide, yesterday. Once again ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Two Inches From Hell

By ordinary standards it might be best described as one of life’s worst 1-2 punches, a pair of hard, personal blows that drop you to your knees. True, each devastating blow was uncommonly back to back. But, no, when I learned Wednesday morning that college football icon Johnny Majors had died just some 48 hours after another legend, Auburn’s Pat Dye, it was as though I’d been hit ... (click for more)