Chattanooga's Million Dollar Homes

Thursday, July 30, 2020

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

1109 Meroney St., North Chattanooga

4 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, 4,825 square feet

The sale was to Joel B. and Erin N. Gard from Magnolia Investors Llc.

$1,068,500

1615 Williams St., South Chattanooga

4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3,280 square feet with a swimming pool

The sale was to Charles Ellet Brock Tr. from Broadspace Investors Llc.

$1,235,000

4057 Mountain Creek Road

4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3,437 on 12.5 acres

The sale was to Damien F. Armstrong from Jeff L. and Helli M. McDaniel

 $1,250,000

10917 Bridgestone Dr., Soddy Daisy

6 bedroom, 5 full and 2 half baths, 7,116 square feet on the water

The sale was to Dr. Marc and Allison Cromie from Jason Scott Hillenburg and Jennifer Lynn Hillenburg $1,550,000

 

 


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Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Paige Berghel is now affiliated with its Downtown Chattanooga branch office as a licensed realtor. Ms. Berghel will serve the commercial real estate ... (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)



Real Estate

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There were 4,703 home closings in Nashville reported for the month of July according to figures provided by Greater Nashville Realtors. This figure is up 12 percent from the 4,189 closings reported for the same period last year. “Homes sales continue to rise in the Greater Nashville region,” said Kristy Hairston, Greater Nashville Realtors president. “It’s encouraging to see ... (click for more)

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Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Paige Berghel is now affiliated with its Downtown Chattanooga branch office as a licensed realtor. Ms. Berghel will serve the commercial real estate needs of buyers and sellers throughout Hamilton and surrounding counties. Ms. Berghel has been in the real estate industry for two years and is a member of the National Association ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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