F RO M T H E G RO U N D U P
A PLACE CALLED HOME FALL 2013
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Homesites from $99,900 to $189,900 Custom Homes from $500,000 to $750,000+ Country Living off Everett Road in Farragut (865) 300-9660 or www.splitrailfarmstead.com 2 S EPTEMBE R 2 0 1 3 A PLAC E C ALLE D HO M E | FA L L
GABLES & GATES, REALTORS®
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Bridgemore rom the hills of Bridgemore in Farragut you can see and live life as full and inspiring as the mountains and landscapes that surround the community. A sanctuary surrounded by gifts of nature … a most comfortable and alluring place that draws family and friends … an inviting relaxing place that beckons one to stay and take advantage of an elegant and invigorating lifestyle … and a visual awakening that this can be “A Place Called Home!” More and more home sites are being purchased, more homes are being built in Bridgemore and the more often you visit, you begin to appreciate what makes Bridgemore such a special place to live. There are currently twelve homes under construction and several others will be starting soon. Gables & Gates, Realtors will have two Parade of Homes entries this year. One, is “Autumn Grove” and will be available for purchase. The other is “Sogni Tuscany,” which will be a private residence. The Autumn Grove from “The Hammock Lane Collection” of fine home plans, exclusive to Bridgemore, designed by Jack Herr Design Associates in collaboration with David Haines,
“Bridgemore not only makes a great first impression … Bridgemore continues to create a history of lasting impressions.” Builder/Owner of BrookWood Construction & Engineers, LLC, is a 5,384 square foot brick home which will be livable, open and energy efficient. The Parade homes will be open for viewing Oct 4-6, 11-13 & 18-20. After you visit these two extraordinary homes, look around at the activity and the new home construction in Bridgemore. Drive to the top of the hill, take a 360° view and See BRIDGEMORE on Page 6 S E P T E M B E R 2 0 1 3 A P L AC E C AL L E D H O ME | FAL L 3
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#1 Keller Williams Agent in Tennessee 2010, 2011, 2012
5616 Kingston Pike Ste 201 Knoxville, TN 37919 Office: 865-694-5904 www.judyteasley.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Top 5 Keller Williams Individual Agent in Southeast Region 2011, 2012 UNDER CONSTRUCTION starting at $349,900, 4BR/3BA, granite counter tops, raised panel cabinetry, SS appliances, gas or electric in kitchen. Great views of the Smoky and Cumberland Mtns. Old World Elegance and charm in this gated community with 33 condominiums. Masters on main, lawn maintenance. Some lots with Smoky & Cumberland Mtn views.
PHASE 2 VILLAS “Winterberry”. $200 initiation fee at time of closinggarden tub, double sinks, sep. shower in master bath, vaulted GR., columns in DR., neighborhood pool and clubhouse. Many options available. Upper level unfinished. Builder will consider a lease purchase on this unit. VA approved. Starting at $221,000. Directions: Emory Rd to Norris Freeway, left on Norris Freeway to Hannah's Grove on left. A new neighborhood where neighbors are friendly, visitors are welcome, and life is good —as it should be.
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• 3 are End Units • Homes Range from 1822sf to 2498sf
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Many new house plans available from which to choose.
2 & 3 BR models starting at $129,900. Very open, MBR on main, cath clngs, generous BRs. Walk-in closets. Unfinished bonus rm. Powell schools. Building time ~ 5 months. Rounded corners, great upgrade options available. Buyers work w/interior designer to choose colors, cabinet choices, etc. Convenient to Clinton Hwy, shopping, restaurants & schools yet nestled in a country setting. County taxes. Former Parade of Homes site. 2-10 Warranty.
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"BAGWELL" MODEL, to be built in Copperstone, Phase II villas 3BR/2.5BA, Approximate build time 4 - 6 months. Close to new “Y”, Turkey Creek, parks, lake. Farragut schools. $125/M HOA fee. Dir: W Northshore Dr, R Harvey Rd, L into Copperstone, L Watergrove, L Turning Leaf. Sidewalks Street LampsWalking Trails Community Swim Pool Luxury Clubhouse w/ Exercise Room & Kitchen
• Main Level MBR Suite • 3BR, 3BA • Private Creek Lot • Hdwd Foyer, GR & DR • Ceramic Tile in All Wet Areas • Sep Tub & Shwr in MBA • Custom Mantle w/Gas FP • Custom Built-ins • Finished Loft
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be amazed. Visit the Clubhouse and be impressed. Walk down by the bridges and water features and be relaxed. Just as our housing needs will vary throughout our lives, our concept plans for Bridgemore have been designed to accommodate those variable changes in life within the development phases of our community … so one can right-size their home choices without leaving their friends and family or compromising their distinctive style and attention to detail. Bridgemore will offer several different venues. Currently developed are “The Boulevard” and “The Hills of Bridgemore” containing 120 homesites with 73 percent sold or under contract. The next phases will be “The Lakes of Bridgemore,” coming soon, followed by “The Park” and “The Woods,” then “The Creekside” on the north side of McFee Road. Families and lifestyles come in many shapes and sizes and so do their homes. Bridgemore offers homesite choices to comfortably accommodate those variations while securing the home of your dreams with architectural review and covenant protections to never compromise on quality and concept. Remember … this is the best time to purchase a homesite
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or a home in Bridgemore. The owners and developers expect you to be more discerning in your purchases and will be most accommodating with the pricing. Bridgemore offers a menu of homesites to fit your homestyle and your lifestyle. Gables & Gates, Realtors invite you to learn more about these future enclaves with any of our Bridgemore Specialists while visiting this year’s “Parade of Homes” or drop by and see us at the Bridgemore Clubhouse.
Gables & Gates, Realtors® 11800 Kingston Pike Exclusive Listing Agency www.GablesandGates.com www.BridgemoreLife.com 865-777-9191 Bridgemore Specialists: Janet DeBusk Hensley Sherry Shope Susie Lash, Owner/Agent Jerry Whitehead, Owner/Agent A PlaceMakers Partnership II Development
GABLES & CRS GATES, EXTERIORS REALTORS
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CRS Exteriors It’s time to finish yearly maintenance Fall seems to be the busiest time of year for many of us. For some, it’s a time to finish those yearly maintenance projects on their home that just didn’t get done in spring or in preparation for winter. Is window replacement on your list? If you’re tired of sanding, scraping, and painting as part of your yearly maintenance, or if you’re dreading the drafts of winter, it definitely should! Whatever the reason, we’d be honored to help. While most companies think they have the best window in the business, here are a few things that truly make us different and why we believe CRS Exteriors should be your choice for window replacement and exterior home improvements: • Brands like Infinity Replacement Windows from Marvin®. High-performance, low-maintenance and available exclusively at CRS Exteriors! • Appointments on your schedule and consultants that care. We show you your options and help you make the most educated decision for your home, but never use pushy or unprofessional sales tactics. • Professionally trained installers that work for us. We are committed to doing it right and leaving your home with all
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expectations exceeded! Call today for your free consultation. No hassle, no obligation, just more than 25 years of experience in windows, doors, siding and more that we’d be happy to share!
12729 Shady Ridge Lane 5 BR, 5 BA, Bonus, 5,680 SF MLS 842163 $699,000
6134 White Wing Road
12806 Long Ridge Road
617 Commodore Lane
4 BR, 3.5 BA, Bonus, 4,058 SF MLS 830882 $649,900
5 BR, 4.5 BA, Bonus, 4,967 SF MLS 842201 $589,000
5 BR, 4.5 BA, Bonus, 6,180 SF MLS 827563 $539,000
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12712 Watergrove Drive
9200 Ridges Meadow
12617 Broken Saddle Road
4 BR, 3.5 BA, Bonus, 3,844 SF MLS 860136 $450,000
5 BR, 3.5 BA, 4,000 SF MLS 842147 $424,900
3 BR, 2.5 BA, Bonus, 2,961 SF MLS 844441 $334,900
4 BR, 2 Full, 2 Half BAs, Bonus, 4,300 SF MLS 860091 $459,900
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PATTERSONS HOME APPLIANCE CENTER
Personalized Service for P
California Paint: Amish Green P-14 / HIST94
attersons Home Appliance Center has been providing top quality appliances and customer service to Knoxville residents for 20 years. Pattersons opened its doors in Knoxville at the Lovell Road and Kingston Pike intersection in 1993. A family owned and operated business, Pattersons Home Appliance Center started in Roane County in 1965 and has built its reputation on customer satisfaction and service after the sale. Pattersons offers personalized one-on-one service that customers won't get in the big box stores. Pattersons knowledgeable, noncommissioned staff will take the time to understand their customers lifestyle and budget to make recommendations that will meet their appliance needs. Pattersons showroom is filled with a large selection of appliances for your home. You can compare quality products such as Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Maytag, Jenn-Air and Amana to complete all your kitchen/laundry needs. They are a member of BrandSource (a national buying group) which gives them the ability to lower costs and provide customers with the best value every day. Pattersons personalized service doesn't stop when you
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leave the store. Pattersons' experienced professionals can handle your delivery and installation needs once your appliance purchase has been made. In addition, they have a staff of factorytrained technicians readily available to handle any service needs. Pattersons pro2nd Tuesday vide service for the brands of appliances that they sell and service their customers first. And for (Call for details) the do-it-yourself customer, Pattersons has a large selec865-694-4181 tion of parts for all brands of major appliances. If they don't have the appliance part in stock, it can usually be shipped within a couple of days. Pattersons Home Appliance Center stores are in Knoxville, Kingston, Oak Ridge and an outlet in Rockwood. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday â€“ Friday, and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. Let Pattersons be Your Answer to all your appliance needs!
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FARMSTEAD DEVELOPMENTS, LLC PARTNERS
California Paint: Warren Tavern N-15 / HIST90
Split Rail Farm Farragut’s new residential farmstead community
armstead Developments, LLC partners, Daniel Burton and Matthew Varney, are bullish on their new residential development in Farragut that will be talked about for many years to come, the way people talk about Sequoyah Hills in Knoxville. New roads, curbs and over a mile of greenway walking trails are nearing final completion with large wider home sites for new custom homes. Over 200 tons of hand-picked stone boulders from the Tennessee Mountains are being used in the front entry landscape and throughout the development green spaces. These enhancements add to the rustic environmental ambiance of Split Rail Farm, a new residential farmstead community, located off Everett Road in Farragut featuring only 48 home sites just minutes from Turkey Creek. “We are creating communities that are one with nature and allow families, friends and neighbors to gather together and enjoy green spaces, organic gardens, fruit orchards and the Farm Barn. Split Rail Farm is different because it’s not just any neighborhood … it’s a lifestyle community that will be very active and healthy and that’s what makes us unique. We feel it will be very well received in Farragut,” said Varney enthusiastically. Varney who grew up in Farragut said he and Burton are “taking a truly organic approach to real estate development with the premise that less is more and green is good.” He emphasizes that Split Rail Farm will be unlike any other community. “We want to be the first green community in Knox County that can lead by example with less density, nice custom designed homes and showcase green technologies like solar energy and
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rain water capture to support and sustain the neighborhood amenities. Working with our partner TDS Telecom we will also be providing very fast fiber-to-the-home internet/wireless and digital television connectivity,” said Burton. “Dan and I are focused on quality and doing things the right way the first time. Architectural design style of the homes will be consistent with ‘French Country’ and ‘English Farmhouse’ that has a ‘Southern Casual’ feel using brick, stone, timbers and porches. We are nearing completion of our design guidelines / codes, covenants and restrictions that will govern our unique community concept while also protecting and preserving property values long term for our property buyers and future homeowners,” explained Varney. The developers have been working closely with Daryl Johnson and his firm, Johnson Architecture, Inc. in the design of the community Farm Barn and design specifications to establish quality of residential life that will also preserve and protect the natural environment of the property and enhance homeowner’s lives. Imagine enjoying quiet country living, meeting your neighbors in an upscale but unpretentious environment at the community Farm Barn where you can grill, enjoy family gatherings, watch sports, and entertain friends in a park like setting. In addition, you can experience the pleasure of watching wild life like deer, turkeys, birds and more amid dense hardwood forests from porches, yards and along the walking trails that meander through Split Rail Farm … a place to call home. For more information call 865-300-9660, email: email@example.com or visit www.splitrailfarmstead.com
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California Paint: Tory Blue M-11 / HIST56
Saddlebrook’s newest community in Farragut Offering new floor plans to enhance your lifestyle t’s an exciting time in Farragut! Saddlebrook Properties is announcing a brand new development, in a brand new neighborhood in Farragut! The new community will accommodate the demands of the demographic trends of today and the future! You can select the perfect home for your family that will provide the amenities and flexible space you are searching for. With the introduction of their New Generation Series designs, Saddlebrook Properties is prepared to help you solve your family’s growing needs at their Sheffield Phase II community. Phase I of the Sheffield development off Turkey Creek Road at Shirecliffe Lane is complete and Saddlebrook is expanding Sheffield into its Phase II development with 52 additional lots. It’s the opportune time to choose the ideal setting for your new home. Phase III, now in the planning stages, will offer 50 lots. Bob Mohney, chief operations officer (COO) of Saddlebrook Properties and Angie King, vice-president of sales, are enthusiastic about the solutions Saddlebrook’s New Generation Series offers for today’s changing lifestyles. “We wanted to create solutions and define needs of today’s homebuyer. We consulted with a nationally known Atlanta based architectural group to meet these current trends,” said Mohney. “We are very excited about Sheffield’s new phase and are already taking reservations for buyers to be able to select
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their new home site.” King said, “Families are looking for flexibility, informal spaces and open floor plans that will fit their needs for today and the future.” New Generation Series adds 12 new floor plans to Saddlebrook’s library of unique designs. The plans make it simple for the buyer to change a formal dining room to a study or extra bedroom for parents or returning adult children. King said storage is a critical need these days and the designs address that issue. Under the guidance of Mohney and King, Saddlebrook’s precept is to deliver the best home at the best value through experienced home building and to provide customer service that lasts beyond the sale of the home. “We have many systems in place to help with decisions. We want to help people buy a house that will work for them,” said King. The company offer’s a state-of-the-art design center coordinated by Interior Designer Heather Carter who assists the buyer in personalizing their new home. From exterior to interior Heather works with buyers, giving them the final word as they select the amenities, colors and textures that will fit their needs and wants. Saddlebrook Communities are in the Farragut and Hardin Valley school districts and include Baldwin Park, Bishops Court, The Cove, Thorngate and Sheffield. To explore the options and services offered by Saddlebrook Properties and its design center please visit www.saddlebrookproperties.com. For your appointment to learn more about what Saddlebrook can do to enhance your lifestyle call one of the Saddlebrook agents at Saddlebrook Realty at 865-966-8700.
6557 Clinton Hwy. Knoxville, TN 37912 Across from LOWES At Callahan, Dr.
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SEALY MANAGEMENT COMPANY
California Paint: Historic Morning Dew 0-1 / HIST73
Carefree comfort Find it with Derby Run and Lanesborough apartments
In the quest to embrace a simpler lifestyle, and find more time for fun, family and relaxation, many people are choosing the carefree comfort of apartment dwelling. Sealy Management Co. Inc. in Farragut offers two communities that more than accommodate the needs of their residents. Derby Run, located at 190 Derby Run Drive (off Kingston Pike in Farragut) is a cozy corridor offering 72 contemporary, classic apartments. Residents of Derby Run enjoy the convenience of living in the heart of Farragut and the luxury of a beautifully appointed place to call home. A recent addition to Derby Run is a state-of-the-art fitness center. Derby Run also features a clubhouse with a large screen television, outdoor pool and tennis and basketball courts. The management at Derby Run recently has completed renovations on the exterior of the apartments with vinyl siding. This is just one example of the commitment to excellence that Derby Run management has for its community. Two- and three-bedroom luxury floor plans are available, offering maximum use of space while paying close attention to detail. Residents may choose from a six-, nine-, or twelve-month lease, and pets are welcome. The price range for Derby Run is from $775 to $1,050 per month. Garden apartment and townhouse rentals are available. Call Lynda, resident manager at Derby Run, at 865-675-5601 for more information. Lanesborough, located off Campbell Station Road and Grigsby Chapel Road in Farragut, is a controlled access community offering 208 upscale apartments. Residents of Lanesborough enjoy the natural beauty and tranquility of their surroundings while having easy access to I-40 and numerous restaurants and shopping centers. Lanesboroughâ€™s list of amenities seems endless. A clubhouse with a cozy fireplace, kitchen and fully equipped business center, a 24-hour fitness facility, an outdoor pool, pavilion, Jacuzzi and tennis, basketball and sand volleyball courts give residents many opportunities for relaxation and recreation. One-two- and three-bedroom floor plans are available featuring crown molding, cathedral ceilings, whirlpool tubs, gas fireplaces and walk-in closets. The price range for Lanesborough is from $735 to $1,065 per month. Call Susan, resident manager at Lanesborough, at 865-966-5000 for more information. Derby Run and Lanesborough â€Ś the home of your dreams, the time to enjoy it. 14 S EPTEMBE R 2 0 1 3 A PLAC E C ALLE D HO M E | FA L L
SYNERGY HEALTH SYSTEMS
California Paint: Bold Bolection N-11 / HIST57
Synergy Health Systems Offers a full range of medical services Synergy Health Systems strives for constant improvement and innovation in order to provide the best health care possible for their patients who range in age from newborn pediatric to adult geriatric. As a partner in the total healthcare for each patient the clinic provides a full range of services for the entire family. “We are committed to providing quality care and services to our patients,” says Denise Fabrikant, Synergy Health Systems’ administrative assistant. “We have a caring and knowledgeable staff to provide expert care for all our patients.” Synergy Health Systems opened its Farragut office in 2010 and offers numerous medical services including comprehensive physical exams, sports physicals, women’s care, diabetes management, gastroenterology care, endoscopy, colonoscopy, hemorrhoid treatment, allergy testing and treatment, pain management, high blood pressure management, lung function testing and more, all at
affordable rates. The clinic can also provide referrals to specialists, if necessary, and facilitate with communication. Most medical insurances are accepted. For patient convenience, Synergy Health Systems provides 15 physicians and 5 Tennessee locations including their Farragut office. New patients are being accepted. For an appointment please call 865-777-6880. Hours are Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information please visit the website at www.synergytn.com.
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Call Susie Lash or Jerry Whitehead for Details 865-777-9191
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Lot 32 Baldwin Park • 348 Burney Circle MLS#829696 Greywood D • 2,443 SF • 3 BR, 3 Full Bath Revised favorite Greywood Ranch w/Bonus Suite Floor Plan. You’ll be impressed with one of Farragut’s most desirable neighborhoods, Maintenance Free. Great Room, Dining Room w/Coffered Ceiling, Gourmet Kitchen (Of Course Granite, Gas Stainless Appliances and Breakfast Nook) – Beautiful Master Suite w/Tiled Shower and Separate Garden Tub – Upper Level Complete with Bonus Suite, Full Bath and Over 400 Sq Ft of Walk-in Storage
Lot 17 Bishops Court, 1204 Bishops View Lane, Knoxville, TN 37932 • MLS # 856383 Popular Bentley B floor plan! Maintenance Free Community in Fantastic location Gorgeous Master Bedroom suite on main with double trey ceiling Large secondary bedroom & bath on main. Bonus and 3rd BR plus full bath up Almost 700 square feet of walk in storage on the second level 14 foot ceilings in great room with high windows for lots of light Relaxing screened porch with private rear lot Decked out with loads of extras for the Parade, great opportunity for buyer!
$379,900 Lot 182 Sheffield • 12029 Inglecrest Drive • MLS #836740 The Carlyle 2888 SF • 4 BR, 2.5 BA Quaint Old World Elevation, Soaring 2-Story Entry & Great Room, Open Plan, Gourmet Kitchen w/ Glazed Cabinetry, Granite Tops, Backsplash & Stainless Appliances, Main Level Master Suite w/ granite Tops & Tiled Shower, Huge Bonus Room, Extensively Landscaped w/ Full Irrigation, Neighborhood Pool & Clubhouse
$399,900 Lot 26 Thorngate 12760 Saddle Way • MLS #836737 The Kingston 2792 SF, 4 BR, 3 Full Baths, Inviting Front Porch, Extensive Moldings, Butler's Pantry, Gourmet Kitchen w/ Over-sized Radius Island, Large Cafe', Open Great Room, Bedroom w/ Full Bath on Main, Exquisite Master Suite, 27' Deep Garage - Bring the Boat! Extensively Landscaped Yard w/ Full Irrigation
$334,900 Come See Us Any Weekend or During The Parade of Homes
Also building in The Cove, Starting at $373,900
865-966-8700 See All Communities & Directions At: www.SADDLEBROOKPROPERTIES.com
ANDERSON LUMBER COMPANY
California Paint: Georgian Yellow O-5 / HIST24
Anderson Lumber Company More than a lumber store nderson Lumber Company (ALC) a four generation family owned business in Alcoa has served Blount County, East Tennessee and the Southeast for 88 years. ALC offers a state-of-the-art paint department that has been providing PPG Pittsburg Paints for 48 years. To meet consumer demands as the economy slowed ALC expanded in several areas including the paint department. Todd Persino joined ALC in 2010 bringing 20 years of experienced knowledge in the paint industry with him. He has made extensive additions that fit customer needs in both paint and sundries needed to complete projects including Wooster brushes, roller covers and extension poles, Old Masters stains, Waterlox and Penofin. While diligently adding high quality product lines Persino kept the prices affordable in the extremely competitive coatings industry. In 2012 ALC welcomed Mike Payne to the paint department. Mike brought 30 plus years of experience to the mix, enhancing ALC’s ability to service its customer’s needs.
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Recently the company added California Paints to their product line. “It offers extremely high quality products with an unmatched colorant system. I want to be able to provide our customers with the highest quality product at the best price to meet their needs. The colors we mix aren’t going to be ‘close enough’ - they are going to be right,” said Persino emphatically. Other ALC departments include: ALC Millwork, Cabinets, Decking, Custom Woodwork, Floors, Windows, Doors, Hardware, Roofing and Stairs; Lawn and Garden as well as a rental center for equipment, parties and many special occasions. ALC is the area’s only retailer with an Andersen® Products Certification for service. For more information please call 865-983-3060 or visit facebook or www.andersonlumbercompany.com. Anderson Lumber Company, the oldest member of the Maryville-Alcoa Homebuilders Association, is located at 780 Louisville Road, Alcoa, Tenn. Hours are Monday through Friday 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturdays 8 a.m. until noon.
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Waste removal solutions Small home jobs to large commercial projects
California Paint: Pumpkin R-5 / HIST16
WHEN ONLY THE VERY BEST WILL DO Trust your new custom home project to a 40 year career professional artisan craftsman at the pinnacle of his craft!
ennessee Trash Service, LLC a locally owned waste removal company serves both residential and commercial needs of East Tennessee. The family operated West Knox company founded in 2004 is run by a father-daughter team, Harry Gillman and Kim Gillman Turner. One of the many services Tennessee Trash offers include their Roll Off Service for high volume waste from home remodeling, junk or estate cleanouts, roof replacements, downsizing, new construction and other needs. “We have 9-yard, 10-yard, 20- and 30-yard temporary waste removal containers,” says Kim Turner, general manager. Customers can select the small 9-box dumpster that is perfect for small jobs. Since it’s brought to your home or business by pickup truck, the wheels stay under the box. Textured or painted driveways won’t be damaged. They are great for tight areas and steep driveways.” To protect drives from larger Roll Offs the company will place plywood provided by the customer under the dumpsters. Tennessee Trash offers same day service and the first two weeks are rent free. “We do offer specials in the West Knox area, too, as our business is located there,” said Turner.” For more information please call Tennessee Trash Service at 865-966-0086 or 865-986-0217 or visit www.tntrashservice.com.
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Judy Teasley Knoxville Agent Named Tennessee's ‘Top Performer’ at Annual Convention. eller Williams Realty recognizes Judy Teasley for stellar sales in 2012. Judy Teasley of Keller Williams Realty Knoxville-West recently received the distinguished Top Performing Individual Award for Tennessee at the company’s annual “Family Reunion” convention in Dallas, TX, February 19, 2013. With years of experience in the real estate industry, Teasley closed $36,726,050 in sales volume according to Broker Metrics amounting to 110 units in 2012. “Judy’s knowledge, drive and ability to stay focused on the clients’ needs consistently translates into a smooth transaction and positive experience for everyone involved,” says Team Leader Linda Russo. “I was extremely honored to receive this award,” says Teasley. “I look forward to continuing to serve the Knoxville community at a high level, while growing my real estate business through Keller Williams Realty.” Keller Williams Realty plans to host its 2014 Family Reunion in Phoenix, Arizona. Located at 5616 Kingston Pike, Suite 201, Knoxville, the Keller Williams Realty KnoxvilleWest opened in 2008. To learn more about Keller Williams Realty, call Linda Russo at 865-694-5904 or visit www.kw.com.
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California Paint: Yarmouth Oyster N-3 / HIST105
BAPTIST HEALTH CARE
California Paint: Veranda Blue P-13 / HIST84
Williams Ferry Pointe, the newest CCRC around
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Let Factory Carpet Warehouse install new flooring that will enhance the beauty of your home! aptist Health Care Campus, a ministry of Tennessee Baptist Adult Homes, Inc. has model homes built and the community site development is under way for its new independent living community, Williams Ferry Pointe. This age-restricted, senior adult community will feature 60 units of single-family homes, duplexes and quadplexes when completed. The community is situated adjacent to the present campus facilities to ensure a close proximity for its continuum of care campus concept. This new extension of its ministry achieves its goal to enhance that spectrum of service to active independent senior adults and achieve the Continuing Care Retirement Community classification. Prospective buyers are able to schedule in-home presentations for information on the residences and amenities provided. "I'm very excited about this project and how it will not only complete our ministry but allow us to offer an 'aging in place' opportunity to the senior adult consumer." Administrator Cindy Wilmoth said. "Phase one of the community has been completed and homes are available for purchase. Pre-sales have been busy, and prospective buyers should call Christina Myers at 865-924-7124 for tours and also questions and information regarding Williams Ferry Pointe," Wilmoth said.
CARPET WAREHOUSE “Big enough to serve you, small enough to know you” Serving Knoxville for 34 years
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‘Your Agent in Red’ Red is her color, Real Estate is her passion! hen out and about shopping or at lunch you may have noticed Tracye Jahn in her trademark bright red jacket. Perhaps you’ve heard about Jahn’s reputation as a conscientious agent, passionate about real estate and her clients. Jahn became an agent in 2009 when the economy was slowing. She uses a three-step premise: Ready, Set, Sell. First step is to help her prospective clients understand the market. Second: help clients stage the home properly for sale and guide them regarding content for ads. The next step: sell the property. But, that isn’t the last they hear from Jahn. She makes a point of checking in with them in the next year to see how things are going because they are “family.” “I offer professional, personal hands on care from start to finish. I feel you listen first and take time to review second. Take the time necessary. That is what sets me apart,” says Jahn, a wife, mom and Air Force veteran who has almost 17 years experience in property management and the real estate industry. Wayne Wilson, an East Tennessee home inspector says, “Tracye is probably one of the best realtors I’ve dealt with. She keeps her clients well informed. She’s personally attached and treats them like family. I appreciate the honesty and diligence she shows toward her customers.” One of Jahn’s clients, Suzette Laporte-Ayo said, “She was fabulous and I’m a tough customer! She made us feel like we were her only clients. She’s very enthusiastic and knowledgeable. She won’t force you. She gives you recommendations and the decisions are ultimately up to you.” Jahn is an agent with Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors on Kingston Pike in Knoxville. For your appointment call 865-966-1111; email AgentInRed@ColdwellBanker.com or visit www.youragentinred.com.
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California Paint: Stagecoach M-8 / HIST9
NHC PLACE ASSISTED LIVING, FARRAGUT
California Paint: Cogswell Cedar P-8 / HIST12
986-6591 For Your convenience Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm Emergency Extension Numbers 1502 - To report power outage 1739 - Electrical Safety Tips
NHC Place “If I can’t be at home this is the place to be” he residents often say, "If I can’t be at home this is the place to be." Our community provides all the amenities of home and more. The residents enjoy a social environment with events starting at 9 a.m. every morning. The menus are extensive with 12 entrees at each meal, fresh fish daily and wonderful desserts. Families are always welcome to reserve the private dining room for a lunch or a special event. The nursing staff is always available for assistance when needed. They are here 24 hours a day seven days a week. Go on an outing on Wednesday or stay in and enjoy the planned entertainment. The buses and car are available five days a week for any of your medical appointments. It is a new and different lifestyle, but can fill all the needs a family may have. Our rehabilitation and healthcare units are on our campus and provide the Farragut community with an excellent service. For more information, call NHC Farragut, 122 Cavett Hill Lane at 865-777-9000 or visit www.nhc-farragut.com
To Connect or Disconnect Service 1500 - To establish electric service 1500 - To disconnect electric service
Payment Options 1501 - Equal Monthly Payment Plan 1501 - Electronic Funds Transfer Plan 1747 - Contributions to Neighboraide Program
Credit Card Payments A convenience fee will be assessed. 1-866-268-3173
Public Relations 1716 - Community Involvement
Billing Information 1501 - Bill questions 1505 - Concerns about Cut-off notice 1731 - Meter Reading accuracy
For Assistance after hours, please call 986-6591 136 N. Campbell Station Road, Farragut 501 N. Cedar Bluff Road, 206 Depot Street, Knoxville Lenoir City
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California Paint: Winter Harbor R-12 / HIST51
Just a stone's throw away! Tennessee Stone committed to working with you here is no substitute for the look, feel and character of natural, organic stone. Natural stone is a "green" product formed by the forces of nature. It is adaptable to applications limited only to one's imagination. Homeowners, architects, designers, landscapers and masons know that natural stone adds value and aesthetic appeal to any project, indoors and out. At Tennessee Stone, we are committed to working with you to provide the highest quality, hand selected, natural stone products to help you achieve your personal vision. Our extensive inventory of natural stone products will make your decision-making process as simple as can be. Additionally,
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we have a wide variety of masonry products and are a proud distributor of Stone Age Fireplaces and Outdoor Living Systems, an industry leader in indoor and outdoor masonry wood-burning and gas fireplaces. Tennessee Stone has the product, knowledge and service to make your dream a reality. We invite you to let us help plan your next project. Call 865-859-0813, or stop by our location at 6557 Clinton Highway, and browse and imagine what your next outdoor fireplace, stone patio or walkway will look like. The possibilities are endless. See our ad on page 13.
ARNWINE’S HOME FURNISHINGS
California Paint: Newport Indigo M-10 / HIST61
How to choose a
comfortable chair Start with the Comfort test:
• Are the height and width of the chair right for you? • Is the ottoman positioned in the right place to give you maximum leg support? • Does the chair move with you as you shift positions? • Does the gliding movement smoothly adjust to your weight? • Does the chair provide good lumbar support in all positions? • Is your head supported comfortably as you lie down and read or watch TV? Can you adjust the headrest so that it lies flat when you recline? • Does the back of the chair recline sufficiently for you? • Does the chair feel stable? • Are you aware of how your whole body relaxes? Relax your body – free your mind!
Quality: Find out about the materials used to make the chair and if the chair has a warranty. Price: Consider the cost of the chair over its expected lifespan rather than the initial purchase price. Contributed by Arnwine's Home Furnishings
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California Paint: Brownstone S-5 / HIST133
Synergy Health Systems is a full service family practice clinic, providing womens care, diabetes management, gastroenterology care, endoscopy, colonoscopy, allergy treatment, and more.
An integral part of Farragut for 22 years hen Bob Markli built his first home in Farragut in 1991, he was already a seasoned professional with over 20 years of building experience. In the 22 years since he has been an integral part of four of the Town’s most revered communities and has become the area’s most trusted, experienced and skillful builder of fine custom homes. Along the way he has garnered many awards, developed relationships with some of the nation’s finest residential designers, (several of whom feature his homes on their websites), was a long-time member of the Southern Living Custom Builder Program, and has built as many as 5 homes for a single client. When architecture matters, details are important and quality imperative, there is no substitute for passion, skill, and above all, depth of experience. Trust your sensitive design to a hands-on, artisan craftsman at the peak of his profession and let him help you, as William Poole puts it, “Make the place you live the place you love.” From the sensitive interpretation of plans by the outstanding designers of our time, to the incomparably sensuous, organic harmony he creates between site and structure, there is no comparison to a Markli home. It is something felt as much as seen. Once understood, nothing else will ever satisfy.
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116 Concord Road, Suite 400 Knoxville, TN 37934 Office: 865-777-6880 • Fax: 865-777-6881
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California Paint: Concord Grape O-10 / HIST65
Make the right move Choose the right realtor! Persistence, diligence, knowledge, concern and ability to listen to client wants and needs: whether a homebuyer or seller, these are the attributes clients seek in their real estate agent. Gina Johnson of Coldwell Banker, Wallace & Wallace, Realtors® brings these qualities to the table. “I take this job very seriously. I’m hands-on and continuously in contact with the seller or buyer, giving each feedback as to the outcome of our home presentations,” says Johnson. “When others have dropped their hours to part time I’m still at it, full time. I continue to work at my education of the market and business to help sellers and buyers.” Johnson, an expert in new home construction sales, lakefront properties and previously owned properties, grew up in Knoxville and knows the area well. She is a Certified Residential Specialist®. Less than 5 percent of all Realtors in the United States are members of this elite professional group. She also is the Relocation Specialist for CBWW. Johnson joined CBWW in 1996. Based on her productivity each year since 1997 she has ranked in the top 1 percent of Realtors in the Knoxville Area Association of REALTORS®. Have the best work for you! Call Gina Johnson at 865-966-1111 or 865-567-5478 or email email@example.com.
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Invite more natural light into your home A dark home can be dreary and drain residents' energy levels rather quickly. Natural light has the power to make a person feel more energized, and it also can buoy spirits. Increasing natural sunlight in a home reduces reliance on interior lighting. This reduces energy bills and lowers the home's carbon footprint. Natural light also can help people in a home feel happier and more content. Exposure to more light can alleviate fatigue, loss of interest and sad or anxious feelings. Homeowners looking to increase the natural light in their homes, be it for medical or aesthetic reasons, can do so in a variety of ways. • Keep the drapes open. Opening blinds and curtains as far as they will go allows as much light to shine in without having to do major home renovations or spend any money at all. Homeowners concerned about privacy can install a window film that allows viewing from the inside only. • Clean the windows. Dirty windows obstruct sunlight from entering the home. Spend a free day cleaning the windows so that they'll let ample light in. • Install seamless or low-profile windows and doors. Seamless sliding doors enable a large amount of light to enter the home. Such doors can replace an entire wall to brighten up a dark area of a home. • Take inventory of dark spots. A room may be dark because it simply does not have a layout conducive to brightness. Is a wall blocking light from reaching a portion of the room? Think about changing the room's layout or even making structural changes to improve light distribution. The addition of a small window on a south- or west-facing wall can greatly improve natural light. Using mirrors can also reflect light where it is needed. • Invest in skylights or solar tubes. Skylights and solar tubes enable light to enter a home from above. Skylights are larger and require considerably more work to install, while solar tubes are more low-profile and can be put into rooms that do not abut the roofline, such as those obstructed by attic space. The tubular cylinders are installed between the roof and the ceiling and carry light through a reflective tube to the room below. Diffusers on tubular daylighting devices scatter the rays so the light doesn't cast harsh shadows, and UV filters can help protect furniture from discoloring. • Trim shrubs and trees. If trees and bushes are blocking light from entering your home, trim them to enable dappled light to come through. Deciduous trees that will naturally lose their leaves come autumn can be planted on sunny areas of the property. This way in the summer months they will shade the house and keep it cooler, while in winter more sun will stream in when the leaves are shed. • Create a three-season room. Make a spot in the home where sun will be at a premium. A solarium or greenhouse attached to the home can be a warm and sunny spot. 28 S EPTEMBE R 2 0 1 3 A PLAC E C ALLE D HO M E | FA L L
The only locally owned & operated waste company in your area!
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LENOIR CITY UTILITIES BOARD
LCUB logo commemorates
n honor of its 75th Anniversary in August, Lenoir City Utilities Board has introduced a new logo. First in line to show off the new design are the company utility trucks and vehicles. General Manager Shannon Littleton said the logo is a retro design of the company logo used in the 60s and 70s. Along with the retro look from the past, “LCUB has a vision of the future and is moving forward quickly toward a strong field of technology customers will soon be able to utilize and benefit from.” On August 19, 1938, LCUB began providing electric power supplied from the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) to customers within the city and by the end of that year the electric department had 317 customers and 4 employees. Today, LCUB serves almost 80,000 customers of combined utility services in a three county service region with 138 employees. Littleton said his job as general manager is easier because “we have some of the best people in the valley working here.” LCUB’s service centers in Lenoir City, Farragut and Cedar Bluff are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information or directions please call 865-986-6591 or visit www.lcub.com.
California Paint: English Bartlett M-6 / HIST28
It’s SIMPLY the SENIOR ADULT thing to do! Be a part of an exclusive residential living community where your senior adult living CHOICES are made BY YOU, the senior adult. The continuing care retirement community for the 21st century senior.
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Baptist Health Care Center - A long term care nurs-
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improvement ome improvement projects can add value to a home and do-it-yourselfers know the sweat-equity that goes into such projects can give homeowners a greater sense of pride in their homes. But no two home improvement projects are the same, and homeowners should know that certain projects are best tackled during certain times of the year. Fall is a great season to work on your house, as the weather is often at its most agreeable once the summer heat has gone and before winter weather arrives. The following are a handful of fall-friendly home improvement projects for homeowners looking to improve their homes. Roof repair Whether you're repairing or replacing the roof, fall is a great time of year to dust off the ladder and get some work done on your roof for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, fall is ideal for roof work because you won't have to be up on the roof with the summer heat bearing down on you. This can make the project move along more quickly, which is especially beneficial if you are paying laborers to work on the roof. The fewer hours workers are fixing your roof, the less you will be paying in labor costs. In addition, fixing up the roof in the fall ensures those winter storms, be it rain or snow, won't find their way into your home via leaks. A leaky roof in winter is hard to fix, as the roof surface could be treacherous in the winter and winter winds can make it dangerous to be up on the roof at all. Addressing leaks in the fall can prevent damage to your home's interior, which can mount up if a leaky roof is not addressed until the following spring. Window work When the weather outside gets frightful, poorly insulated windows can allow cold air into the home. That often has a trickle-down effect on finances, forcing you to turn up the thermostat in an attempt to offset the cold air pouring into the home. Whether you need your windows replaced or simply need to patch up any leaks, a proactive approach to leaky or older windows in the fall can save you from unnecessarily
high heating bills come the winter. Addressing leaky windows also makes a home more comfortable for its inhabitants. Fall is the ideal time to address a home's windows because the temperature outside tends to be pleasant. This means you likely won't have to make much of an effort to offset the elements, and open windows in the fall won't make your home's interior very hot or cold like they might if you were to tackle the project during the summer or winter. Fixing the floors Wood flooring is a hot commodity for many homeowners. But not all flooring can be added to a home at any time of year. That's because certain types of flooring employ adhesives that need temperatures inside the home to be within a certain range, and that range is often within 70o to 80o F, which makes fall a great time to install such floors. Colder temperatures can make it difficult for the flooring to dry and bond, which will prove problematic down the road. What's more, many people entertain friends and family come late fall and into the holiday season, and it can be difficult to do so if you are busy installing new flooring. Painting projects Painting is another home improvement project that seems tailor-made for fall. A fresh coat of paint or a new color scheme around the house can give a home an entirely new look and feel. But paint can be pungent and the aromas may last if it's applied at a time of year when it can't dry while the windows are wide open. Paint fumes inside a home can make the home uninhabitable, but painting at a time of year like the fall, when you can keep the windows open during and after the project, can help air the home out. But interior painting isn't the only painting project homeowners can tackle in the fall. Many exterior paints are temperature-sensitive and need the temperature outside to be above 40o F. Paint that freezes won't dry properly, and homeowners might be left with a costly and unsightly mistake on their hands. Fall temperatures tend to be amenable to both interior and exterior painting projects, just be sure to check the weather forecast before making your first brush stroke. A special Thank You is extended to Anderson Lumber Co. for providing the new California Paint fall colors shown in our advertisers' headers and available by calling 865.983.3060, or visiting Anderson Lumber Co. at 780 Louisville Road, Alcoa
The computer generated and printed images in this magazine approximate the dry paint color. Please refer to paint chip samples at Anderson Lumber for an accurate match.
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The Fine Art of Living and new beginnings
Lanesborough T o experience
Lanesborough, exit I-40 at Campbell Station Road; travel south on Campbell Station; right on Grigsby Chapel; right onto Fretz Road. Lanesborough is on the left.
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