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Homes Built Exclusively by

White Mountain Homes


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COPPERSTONE

CONCORD HILLS

1340 Copperstone Lane

617 Commodore Lane

5 BR, 4.5 BA, 4,254 SF, 2 story Great Room, In-law suite on main.

5 BR, 4.5 BA, 6,180 SF 2 story brick w/gourmet kitchen Full fin basement w/sep. entrance

10 acres, 4 BR, 3.5 BA, 4,814 SF TN River log home w/water frontage 3000 SF decking for great views, 3 car garage/ workshop plus, 2000 SF barn, all handcrafted

MLS 827245 $559,900

MLS 827563 $549,900

MLS 827461 $850,000

COLDWELL BANKER/WALLACE & WALLACE, REALTORS 10815 Kingston Pike • Knoxville, TN 37934 Gina@RelocateKnox.com • www.RelocateKnox.com Cell: 865-567-5478 (LIST) • Office: 865-966-1111 • Fax: 865-675-1118

LOUDON COUNTY

501 Roberson Lane


WHITE MOUNTAIN HOMES

Stone Harbor & Stone Crossing One level living with amenities to fit your lifestyle ocal developers, Mark White and John Schubert, are proud to offer these two upscale communities located in Loudon County, Tennessee’s eighth fastest-growing community. Stone Crossing is less than 10 minutes to the shops, dining, and entertainment at Turkey Creek. Stone Harbor has lake views, is one mile from Ft. Loudon Marina and just minutes from dining, shopping, and medical facilities. Bring your own plan or choose from one of many floor plans we offer and customize it, at no additional cost, to make it truly yours. Floor plans begin at 2,000 square feet and are priced from

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Lenoir City Utilities Board . . . . . . . . . . . . .22, 26 Markli Home Builders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, 12 Morning Pointe Assisted Living . . . . . . . . . .10, 31 NHC Place Assisted Living Farragut . . . . . .4, 26 Pattersons Appliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, 32

• Lovely Senior Community • Nursing Staff on duty 24/7 • Monthly Rentals • Nursing, Delicious Meals, Housekeeping, Phones, Transportation and more included in rent.

Sherrill Hills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 19 Smoky Mountain Realty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13, 29 Stanley’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 White Mountain Homes . . . . . . . . . .Cover, 3, 22

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boulevard, underground utilities and low property taxes. We hope you will consider Stone Harbor and Stone Crossing for your new home. You will enjoy their convenience, amenities and beautiful views for a lifestyle of recreation and leisure. Please visit whitemountainhomestn.com for more information or call Susan White with Cornerstone Realty Associates at (865)740-0962.

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SHERRILL HILLS

Sherrill Hills

New to East Tennessee, offers the freedom to enjoy life herrill Hills is an exciting resort-lifestyle senior independent living community planned for today’s young-at-heart seniors. The interior design is that of a cruise ship which offers accommodation choices of beautifully designed studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments with fully-equipped kitchens and a luxurious host of amenities. The stunning main dining room is the setting for casual and fine dining. Common areas are ideal for gathering with friends or family. Residents can take care of business at the in-house bank, gift shop/pharmacy, hair salon, or schedule transportation for outside appointments and shopping. A variety of activities under one roof offers something for everyone: exercise in the fitness center, play cards, shoot pool, enjoy the 150-seat theater, meet friends or family at the lounge, or have fun with the grandchildren in the arcade. Call or visit the Sherrill Hills Info Center to learn more about the Sherrill Hills lifestyle that provides comfort, independence, convenience and a friendly community you can call home with no buy-in or lease. Sherrill Hills is located at 271 Moss Grove Blvd., Knoxville, Tenn. 37922. Call (865) 693-0551 or visit rlcommunities.com/sherrillhills/sherrill_hills_knoxville_tn.html.

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PATTERSONS HOME APPLIANCE CENTER

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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, non-commissioned 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

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ability to lower costs and provide customers with the best value every day. Pattersons personalized service doesn't stop when you 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 factory-trained technicians readily available to handle any service needs. Pattersons provide service for the brands of appliances that they sell and service their customers first. And for the doit-yourself customer, Pattersons has a large selection 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-Friday, and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. Let Pattersons be Your Answer to all your appliance needs!


BUILDING YOUR DREAMS ON A SOLID FOUNDATION

Markli Home Builders, contracting professionally for nearly 40 years, has built some 200 homes in East Tennessee since 1987 for many prominent area businessmen, executives and real estate professionals. Winner of many awards, past member of the prestigious “Southern Living Custom Builder Program” and builder of 2nd, 3rd and even 5th homes for many of our clients. A career professional, “hands-on” builder who will personally shepherd your new home to exacting perfection.

Design, plan selection, siting, value engineering, decorating and site selection. From concept to completion.

Call Today for a Consultation

(865) 966-8645 www.markli.com president@markli.com

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MORNING POINTE ASSISTED LIVING

The Lantern at Morning Pointe The power of music in Alzheimer’s programming usic strikes a chord in their souls where nothing else can. It’s exactly what the local program directors see every day in the Alzheimer’s residents they work with, the power of music. “I am telling you, people come alive,” exclaims one director. “When I sing next to them, and show them where we are, people who can’t talk at least hum. One gentleman would say only the word Jesus every time we came to that word. It started to make me cry. The most spiritual part of a person can come alive through music.” Residents often join in together to sing, listen to music as part of their daily transition or simply to enjoy live performances from musical groups. “When they come to the activities, they lighten up, whether the music is provided by children or adults, the music drifts all over the building. People will start clapping to the beat and start moving their feet,” explains one director. Whether it’s music or other engaging activities at Morning Pointe, it all comes down to understanding the residents and creating meaningful days. It happens every day at Morning Pointe of Lenoir City Assisted Living’s STAR Program for those with increasing cognitive/physical needs, at the new free-standing Lantern Alzheimer’s Memory Care Center of Excellence on the same senior campus and at Morning Pointe of Clinton. All three Morning Pointe communities provide compassionate care through licensed nurses and professional caregivers, assistance with activities of daily living, three well-balanced meals and Active Living opportunities through its life enrichment program. The Meaningful Day programming is tailored to meet the unique needs of the memory care residents. Other services and amenities include medication management, transportation, a beauty/barber shop and a broad range of care tailored to meet individual needs. www.morningpointe.com

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DAVID’S ABBEY CARPET & FLOORS

Celebrating 40 Years as the One-Stop Spot For all your floor covering needs avid's Abbey Carpet is celebrating 40 years of serving the East Tennessee area. Whether you are remodeling your home or building a new one, David's Abbey Carpet is the one-stop spot for all your floor covering needs. David's Abbey Carpet and Floors will continue to proudly serve its customers in the future. David's will continue to update its products and showroom to ensure its customers always have the latest and best products to choose from. With the largest showroom and largest selection of products in the marketplace from carpet to ceramic tile, hardwoods, laminates and area rugs, David's Abbey Carpet & Floors' magnificent showroom offers customers the opportunity to see all of their options in one place. And it doesn't end with floors. David's Abbey Carpet & Floors owner David Hayes said, "We do design work too. We design showers and backsplashes, the intricate pieces and parts to make a home look up to date and beautiful ... the metals and glasses that go into the trimming and backsplashes ... we offer all of those." The experienced and professional installation, design and sales teams at David's Abbey Carpet & Floors are devoted to making your project as smooth as possible from start to finish. Tour the David's Abbey Carpet & Floors showroom at 10853 Kingston Pike, or visit www.davidsabbeycarpet.com for a virtual tour.

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MARKLI HOME BUILDERS

Bob Markli An experienced professional artisan/craftsman

uilding a truly fine home is challenging even when money is no object. But Bob Markli is among that rare breed of professional, artisan/craftsmen whose lifetime of dedicated experience qualify him to build fine homes at reasonable cost. The only way to do this is for the builder to personally shepherd each project to completion, and that is exactly what he does. When you enlist Bob Markli, you get Bob Markli. Growing up in rural East Tennessee in a not-so-distant past when the clatter of the telegraph could still be heard in the Clinton station and old men still sat on the wall outside the county court house talking about the War of Southern Independence, Bob grew to love the history and sense of place that is the South. His father, a World War II Manhattan Project scientist and “renaissance man”, suffused his son with a vast knowledge of mechanics, physics and aesthetics at an early age. Bob’s professional career stretches back to the burgeoning Baltimore/ Washington corridor of the late 1960’s progressing rapidly from journeyman to subcontractor to general contractor while building everything from WalMart shopping centers, apartment and townhome complexes to entire single-family communities. Two years in France and Switzerland further honed his fluent French and people skills while exposing him to some of the world’s great architecture. Twenty-five years of building the area’s finest custom homes, often multiple homes for his clients, has made him one of the most trusted and sought after builders. 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, and once understood, nothing else will ever satisfy. With a deep pool of the most talented architects, decorators, vendors and crafts people and an unfathomable reservoir of knowledge and experience, Markli Home Builders is the obvious choice for your new custom home project.

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Enjoy the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains from your own Mountain Villas in Townsend, Tennessee. Forty-six new 2 and 3 bedroom villas ranging from 1800 square feet to 2300 square feet are now being offered. • Gated community • City water and sewer • Underground electric, cable and internet • 1800 square foot clubhouse with indoor/outdoor fireplace • Fitness center • Pool with scenic patio

Prices starting at $319,900

Please contact Shannon Tipton Shannondtipton@gmail.com www.thereservevillas.com

(865) 448-1111 • (877) 448-4911

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GENERAL SHALE

Build an Energy Efficient Home General Shale provides some helpful hints

he tried-and-true “American Dream� to own a home is still alive. Therefore it is important when deciding to build a new home that proper steps are taken at the beginning stages of the building process. With that in mind, General Shale would like provide some helpful information that will show you how to build your new dream home that is energy efficient and cost effective. Deciding how to build your new home is determined by considering several variables. Perhaps the most obvious to consider is the cost to build and maintain. Understanding how materials and maintenance relate is important. While determining total cost is a very detailed process, a primary component is the home’s foundational and exterior structure. Researching these two aspects can help you get started in the right direction.

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Building codes and regulations can affect short-term and longterm costs of your home. Consulting your builder or a building materials representative is a great way to obtain important information on current codes, as well as those materials that best complies with each code or regulation. Understanding the latest energy code requirements is vital to the building process of your new home. Just recently, the International Code Council (IECC), responsible for energy efficiency standards in the U.S., issued an update to the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code. The new code contains more stringent requirements for new buildings to improve energy efficiency. Building with materials that comply with this new code will ensure low energy consumption for your home, in turn exponentially saving on energy costs over time. Understanding what building materials are most efficient for low energy consumption is also very important. For example, See General Shale on Page 15


Insurance rates may be necessarily lower for a house built with structural brick as it is more resistant to fires, tornadoes, hurricanes and even earthquakes. It is common for homeowners to expand or remodel their homes. These projects provide a great opportunity to lower energy consumption by remodeling exterior and interior walls with thin brick veneers (full size brick cut thin). They offer the same energy efficiency as full bed brick construction but cost less. Like its full brick and oversized structural brick counterparts, thin brick meets all new code requirements. By its very nature, brick is an easy choice in deciding the best material to build your new energy efficient home. Seeing your dream home built to completion is a rewarding experience; so much so that you might think you’re dreaming.

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brick is already in full compliance with new energy codes. Brick walls are “mass walls” which require less insulation due to its thermal mass properties. It absorbs temperatures, which keeps rooms cool during the warmer months and warm during the cooler months; thereby supporting lower energy consumption. Brick is low maintenance and has long-term performance which contributes to higher resale values. Additionally, a new structural brick that eliminates the need for load-bearing wood and steel framing is now available. This new product is oversized for safer, stronger, more energy efficient construction and suitable for any type of foundation.

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A.H. BEARD - AUSTRALIAN LUXURY, SHEAR INDULGENCE Designed with a unique Joey pocketed coil found in only the most luxurious sleep systems. These are double coils wrapped in their own individual pockets and move independent of one another for a sumptuous feel. Each sleep system is layered with New Zealand wool with thermo-regulated properties then covered in a luxurious Belgian damask. Each sleep system has up to 32 hand threaded wool tufts to minimize the shifting of any materials. This is truly a hand crafted sleep system that will make you want to go to bed every night. Exclusively at All American Mattress.

COMFORTAIRE Personalized comfort at the press of a button allows each partner their own personalized comfort. The air supported sleep system provides perfect postural alignment while reducing soreness caused by pressure points. "There's no greater feeling then sleeping on air." Exclusively at All American Mattress.

The Nature's Spa Collection The Nature's Spa Collection is featured at the Blackberry Farm, one of America's most celebrated intimate resorts located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Nature's Spa Collection features 100% organic cotton knit covers layered with hypoallergenic New Zealand wool reknown for its thermo-regulated properties keeping you sleeping warm in the winter, and cool in the summer. Exclusively at All American Mattress. Ken and Linda Zine, the owners and foremost sleep experts in the country, can match your individual sleep habits with the most sought after sleep systems. All American Mattress does not sell the most popular brands, but sells the finest quality

brands that offer lasting value that will be experienced in a sleep set. All American Mattress Gallery carries a variety of mattress technologies each designed to solve a specific sleep problem.

TECHNOGEL - SLEEP REALLY COOL These extraordinary sleep systems designed with unbelievable comfort and coolness was made possible by the collaboration of two major comfort brands which share a vision to provide real innovation in comfort. Memory Foam and seventy pounds of Dr. Schools 速 Gel. These amazing sleep systems makes you feel like you are floating on water. Exclusively at All American Mattress.

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LENOIR CITY

TURKEY CREEK

131 Kelsey Lane, Lenoir City

(Next to Ethan Allen) 11139 Turkey Drive, Knoxville

865-986-0737

865-288-4283

Mon - Sat. 10-6 Closed Sun

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Gina

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Loyal past clients, expertise and knowledge of the market keep her on top or 17 years Gina Johnson, Realtor, has been providing real estate services to the Farragut community. Even in a tough economy she still remains the #1 Sales Associate in the Farragut office of Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace Realtors and set a record pace for listings sold in 2012. Gina Johnson was recently awarded the Top Sales Associate Award from her office and was awarded the Knoxville Area Association of Realtors Diamond Award of Excellence for 2012. She contributes her success to referrals from loyal past clients, expertise and knowledge of the market and keeping current with real estate market trends and new technology. Adding mobile texting options on listings and having a strong website friendly to both buyers and sellers the trend has certainly gone mobile when it comes to Real Estate. Your realtor is a great resource for advise when you are selling, thinking of selling or considering an improvement that will best protect your real estate investment. According to REALTOR magazine's Cost vs Value Report for 2013 the best place for Knoxville sellers to make home improvements is in curb appeal. With nearly an 85% return on the investment keeping your home appealing and making a great first impression is the key. Buyer's want to see updated exteriors with nice exterior front doors, new windows, new garage doors and well maintained lawnscaping. The second best home improvement investment is a minor kitchen remodel followed by a bath remodel. "Replacing outdated fixtures is key", Johnson, said. It gives buyers a sense that the seller takes an interest in their home and is maintaining it on the interior with regards to HVAC and systems, if it appears pleasing to the eye from the entry. There were nearly 400 homes that sold in the 37934 Farragut zip code area in 2012 and 2013 projects an increase. Buyers are drawn to our rich resources in the area. As a resident of Farragut for several years Johnson has seen the community grow to include meandering greenways, parks, Turkey Creek Commercial Center and several new developments. Community involvement is strong so when it comes time to buy or sell Real Estate in Farragut call your Farragut Relocation Expert ... Gina Johnson.

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ARNWINE’S HOME FURNISHINGS

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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JUNK BEE GONE

Spring clean with

Junk Bee Gone t’s time for Spring cleaning … time to sort through that accumulated junk in attics, garages, offices, businesses, storage units or warehouses and anywhere else stuff has accumulated. When you are done, what do you do with it? Call Junk Bee Gone! Junk Bee Gone, your junk removal specialist, offers free estimates for full service removal with a two-man uniformed team, driveway dumpsters, Hippa compliant and certified document shredding/destruction and battery recycling. The company is family owned and was created eight years ago, with one truck, by Farragut native Mike Such. It now has five trucks and thirty dumpsters for providing customer service which is the company’s primary focus. The company will remove home or office furniture, appliances, household items, pianos, hot tubs, sheds, copiers, computer equipment and much more. “People always ask what we do with the junk. We donate furniture and other items to Mission of Hope and recycle just about everything we can like plastic, metals and batteries. We give old bikes to Kick Stand in Knoxville which refurbishes them for kids,” said Such. Junk Bee Gone is open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Call (865) 675-5865 or visit http://www.junkbeegone.biz for more information.

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FRIEDMAN’S

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ooking outdoors? Thinking of installing a complete Outdoor Kitchen just as functional as your indoor kitchen? Today, cooking outside is more than just a grill and a cooler. The Outdoor Kitchen is your entertaining playground with refrigeration, drinks on tap and a wide range of grilling capability from rotisseries to ceramic cookers. Experts at Friedman’s Appliances can help transform your deck or patio into an entertainment hub that will make summertime living easy. Whether you have a plan for your Outdoor Kitchen or just an idea, consulting with Friedman’s kitchen experts can be a smart first step. They will want to know who will be the primary cook, what kind of cooking experience you want and the area you have for an Outdoor Kitchen. Friedman’s offers, as part of your purchase, professional scaled drawings with both plan and elevation views. They will turn your outdoor space into a truly functional entertainment hub. You’ll be cooking while able to relax in a comfortable atmosphere with all the conveniences of your indoor kitchen. Visit Friedman’s today and experience their new Outdoor Kitchen Display. They offer complete selections of top-rated brands, professional delivery and installation by their qualified and highly experienced team. For more information on summertime living, call (865) 693-4355.

Stanley’s Greenhouses Garden Center & Plant Farm

The Best Selection of Annuals & Perennials in Town! Large Selection of Dogwoods, Trees, Shrubs & Native Plants!

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LENOIR CITY UTILITIES BOARD

New LCUB logo commemorates

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n honor of its upcoming 75th Anniversary in August, Lenoir City Utilities Board is introducing 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 cus-

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tomers 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.

Both developments offer the same premier plans/amenities

• All Brick Exteriors • One Level Living • Side Entry Garage • Ranch & Main Level Master Plans • Underground Utilities • Decorative Street Lamps Directions: Stone Crossing West on Kingston Pike through Dixie Lee Junction, right on Highway 70, Subdivision is 1.3 miles on right.

Homes exclusively by

White Mountain Homes Builder: Mark White Homes Priced From Low $300's Open Sundays SUSAN WHITE (865) 740-0962

12740 Kingston Pk. Ste 204 • Knoxville, TN 37934

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• Full Lawn Irrigation Systems • 2-10 Home Buyer's Warranty • Lawn Care Programs Available • Granite Countertops • Ceramic Tile & Hardwood Floors Directions: Stone Harbor Farragut-S.Northshore to left on Beals Chapel (road ends) to 1st on Lakeview Road to Stone Harbor on right. Lenoir City-Coming east on Highway 11 take right on Oak Street followed by a left on Martel Road. Follow Martel for approx. 2 miles then turn right on Lakeview Road to Stone Harbor on left.


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From Here to Infinity and Green Friendly RS Exteriors and Infinity from Marvin have introduced to the home improvement market quite possibly the closest thing to a forever material there is available to make a window frame with: Ultrex. Ultrex is a brand name given this pultruded fiberglass material by Infinity from Marvin. The fact that it is a pultruded material rather than a layered fiberglass is what gives it the structural integrity that makes it stronger and superior to other fiberglass materials. Ultrex is second to none when comparing it Olen Rowe (left) and Glen Harness to other window framing materials. It will outperform and outlast materials such as vinyl, aluminum, wood, wood vinyl composites and aluminum clad wood. Couple this with the fact that it may be the most environmentally friendly window as well and you have the closest thing to a perfect material available. This material’s basic component is silicon sand. It takes 39% less embodied energy to manufacture than vinyl, it’s non-toxic, it can be recycled and the best thing about it is that we do not have to cut one single tree to make it. Some windows are known to give off a toxic form of irritant known as formaldehyde, which may cause temporary irritation of skin, eyes, or to the respiratory system. This is not the case with the Infinity from Marvin window. There are no toxins present, and we can leave our trees for our children to enjoy. What else could you ask for in providing a quality window? “Oh, did I mention very energy efficient, never having to sand, scrape, or paint again, along with having the beautiful appearance of a wood window? Now what else could you ask for?” said Glen Harness. “You say professionally installed? Well, call CRS Exteriors.” Marvin, which has been a family owned business since 1912 and has a well-earned reputation for both quality and innovation, has chosen CRS Exteriors as the exclusive window replacement specialist from Chattanooga to Bristol. So if you have an interest in replacing your windows or doors and want to experience it with a company that shares the same values as Marvin, call CRS Exteriors. Let us show you why we have become a super service award winner on Angie’s List and the number one Infinity from Marvin dealer in the country.

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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

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Top 5 Keller Williams Individual Agent in Southeast Region 2011, 2012 UNDER CONSTRUCTION starting at $329,000, 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.

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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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How to choose a builder hether the kids have all grown up and moved out or if the kids are on the way and it's time to expand a living area, building a new home is an exciting, yet often agonizing, experience. The reasons for building a new home are many, but regardless of the reason, the process of choosing a builder should remain the same. Andrew Nadalin, president of Pace 2000 Inc. and a fourth generation builder and craftsmen, offers the following advice to prospective homeowners with their eyes set on building a dream home to call their own. • Look for a builder with a solid reputation. A builder's reputation speaks volumes, but it doesn't have to speak for itself. That's because a builder who has spent years providing personal service, innovative design and quality workmanship will no doubt have a host of happy former customers ready and willing to offer their input. If during the interview process a builder appears reticent to share his work or experiences with previous customers, this should be a red flag. Reputable builders will be proud of their work and more than willing to show it off. • Find a builder who is flexible. You will be paying to build your home, not the builder's home. A builder should be flexible and ready and willing to meet your needs, no matter how unique they might be. • Look for a builder who does more than build. A builder should provide a network of qualified professionals to make the process go more smoothly. This network should include real estate and building consultants, interior designers, architects and engineers. Such connections can provide peace of mind and will also illustrate that a builder is both respected in the community and is intent on ensuring your home becomes the dream home you envision it to be. • Don't build on the cheap. Buyers who plan to build their own home are in the unique position to ensure their home is as safe and high-quality as possible. This isn't always the case when buying a

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