Chattanooga's Million Dollar Homes

Thursday, April 29, 2021

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

204 Cherry Street
4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 3,833 square feet, on 4,027 square foot lot.
The sale was to Rhonda A Brunjak from David A Wiles, Lea Anne Wiles
$1,275,000

1101 Centennial Drive
3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 3,805 square feet, on .23 acre lot.
The sale was to Ellen S Mcomie Tr, Karen S Nicely Tr, Irrevocable Trust Agreement Of Charles B Standefer from Centennial Drive Llc
$1,199,000
 
521 Brady Point Road
4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 6,251 square feet, on 1 acre lot.
The sale was to Julian Baker Iii Bell, Susan Jacqueline Bartley from Michael T Moon, Rae Moon
$1,210,000
 
234 Cherry Street
4 bedrooms, 5 baths, 3,500 square feet, on 2,854 square foot lot.
The sale was to Chad  Eichelberger from Stephen M Sabourin, Allison Ann Sabourin
$1,100,000
 
3138 Enclave Bay Drive
4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 3,337 square feet.
The sale was to Daniel Doty, Stephanie Doty from James C Wolford, Melissa A Wolford
$1,300,000 
 
9703 Owl Nest Road
6 bedrooms, 8 baths, 9,500 square feet, on 83 acre lot.
The sale was to Alexander S Mccamy, Christine M Mccamy from Robert W Wernick, Laura J Wernick
$1,700,000




New Options For Smaller Lot Sizes For Single Family Homes Still Under Discussion

Nashville Home Sales Show Dramatic Increase From This Time Last Year

Real Estate Transfers For April 29-May 5


In Chattanooga and Hamilton County and around the country there is a shortage of property for new housing, and to help, the Homebuilders Association of Greater Chattanooga has requested changes ... (click for more)

Data for the month of April showed 4,119 home closings, according to figures provided by Greater Nashville Realtors. This figure indicates a 43 percent increase from the 2,887 closings reported ... (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

New Options For Smaller Lot Sizes For Single Family Homes Still Under Discussion

In Chattanooga and Hamilton County and around the country there is a shortage of property for new housing, and to help, the Homebuilders Association of Greater Chattanooga has requested changes to zoning and requirements to allow smaller lots and greater density. The Homebuilders Association’s requests that were made to the Regional Planning Agency to accomplish this have ... (click for more)

Nashville Home Sales Show Dramatic Increase From This Time Last Year

Data for the month of April showed 4,119 home closings, according to figures provided by Greater Nashville Realtors. This figure indicates a 43 percent increase from the 2,887 closings reported for the same period last year. “As a national city in the spotlight, Nashville’s real estate has had story after story reported about how low our inventory is,” said Greater Nashville ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Roadtec, Inc. To Expand Chattanooga Operations With $6.2 Million Investment

Roadtec, Inc. officials announced on Wednesday that the paving equipment manufacturer will expand its operations in Chattanooga. Roadtec will invest $6.2 million to make building and site improvements and relocate its Washington operations to its headquarters in Tennessee. The project represents the creation of 128 new jobs in Hamilton County. Roadtec, a subsidiary of ... (click for more)

County Commissioners Anxious To Expand Number Of Officers At Hamilton County Schools

County Commission members said Tuesday they are anxious to expand the number of officers at county school campuses - even if it means using a number of security guards in addition to School Resource Officers. They said they are concerned that a tragic incident will occur on a local campus with no officer present - either from not being assigned one or from the SRO being called ... (click for more)

Opinion

Please Stop Calling Us “Latinx”

We’re asking nicely, because we think the use of the term has been mostly well-intentioned. But let’s start with some numbers: a mere 3 percent of Americans of Latin-American descent use “Latinx” to describe themselves. This is based on a 2020 Pew Research poll of about 3,000 American Latinos. Those who want for “Latinx” to become the default say it’s preferable because it’s ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Earn Life's "Free Lunches"

The worst debacle in our nation’s history, it is beginning to be proven, was when the United States was quarantined during the COVID-19 epidemic. Our economy – from employment to production – was stymied. Our next generation responded with virtually no education for an entire year and a surging teen suicide epidemic and the biggest profits that were made in the second half of 2020 ... (click for more)