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Sam Hatfield Realty August 2012 Newsletter

 

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Sam Hatfield
Owner / Broker
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NEWSLETTER OF

SAM HATFIELD REALTY, INC.

4470 Mansford Road
Winchester, TN 37398

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REAL ESTATE SALES, LAKE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, LAKE VACATION RENTALS

August 2012


 

Featured Home
New Listing
 

 

MLS# 1377403

200 Bluff Drive

$514,900

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Charming lakefront home with big water views in prestigious Hopkins Point S/D. All aluminum covered boat dock, screened in porch, easy walk to dock.


TIMS FORD LAKE PROPERTIES INFORMATION

TOTAL LAKE HOMES FOR SALE - TO DATE: 81
TOTAL LAKE HOMES LISTED DURING JULY: 7

TOTAL LAKE LOTS FOR SALE - TO DATE: 96
TOTAL LAKE LOTS LISTED DURING JULY: 2

JULY SALES ACTIVITY:

LAKE HOMES SOLD: 5
LAKE LOTS SOLD: 0


July New Listings

Visit www.samhatfield.com to view ALL Tims Ford Lake Properties for sale


MLS # 1377403 200 Bluff Drive Winchester, TN $514,900
 

Charming lakefront home with big water views in prestigious Hopkins Point S/D. All aluminum covered boat dock, screened in porch, easy walk to dock.

 

 


 

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MLS #1378669 0 Ravine Drive Lot 76 $469,000
Nice point lot in prestigious Hopkins Point Subdivision. Dock permittable, 1200 sq ft minimum.


 

News and Info

 

 

News from Sam Hatfield Realty, Inc.

 

Thank you for the everyone who came out to the 1st golf Scats game.  Congrats to Tom Pelligrini for being the winner of the $25 gift certificate.  The next game is August 2.

 

Want to stay abreast of real estate on Times Ford Lake"  "Like" us Sam Hatfield Realty, on FACEBOOK and learn of new listings and price reductions of properties on the lake.  Also posted is information about lake levels and upcoming activities in the area.  Search for Sam Hatfield Realty and click "LIKE", if you don't have a FACEBOOK account, visit Facebook.com and follow the directions.

 

News from Tims Ford Marina

 

Hard Dock Cafe - the seafood buffet has moved to Friday nights from 6:00-9:00.  all you can eat for $14.99.  Crab legs are available for additional charge.  Breakfast Buffet - every Saturday and Sunday morning from 8:00-10:30.  Other favorites have been our homemade pizzas made to order, draft beer on tap, and the frozen cocktails.

 

The RV Park is now open with 20 parking spaces ready for occupancy.  Each will have full service hook-ups.  Landscaping and other amenities will be added throughout the summer and fall.  Some of the spaces have been reserved from one to three months, and others are available for the following rates:  $135 weekly, $475 monthly or $35 daily.

 


10 Tips for Hosting an End of Summer Party

 

 

It's hard to believe the end of summer is already here.  What better way to say goodbye to summer and hello to fall than to host an end of summer party.  Consider these 10 tips for saying goodbye to summer in style.

 

1.  Host your party the week before school starts.

 

Chances are most people are back from vacation, gearing up for the start of school and would welcome a break for one last round of summer fun.

 

2.  Include classmates.

 

Consider inviting families from around the neighborhood and families of your children's school friends.  Some teachers even send out class lists prior to the start of school.  If you have one, consider inviting the entire class.  Kids are dying to find out who is in their class and on their bus.  A goodbye summer party provides a great opportunity for students to mix, mingle and find out who they'll be sharing their school time with and who their classmates will be. 

 

3.  Have a cookout.

 

Keep it simple by serving hamburgers and hotdogs or ask people to bring their own meat for grilling.  Serve lots  of munchies (chips, trail mix and pretzels), fresh fruit and veggies.  Don't forget something sweet, like brownies or cookies and to offer drinks like water and lemonade at your cookout.

 

4.  Create your invitation.

 

Consider having a school themed invite by using white lined paper to draft your invitation on, or create an invitation that looks like a detention slip, asking students to report at the time, date, and place of your party.

 

5.  Ring a school bell to kick off your party.

 

Use a bell to get the attention of your guests.  Ring it to signal the start of your party and to let folks know when food is ready.

 

6.  Play games!

 

Host a scavenger hunt and play traditional outdoor party games.  Have a water balloon toss and play dodge ball.  Three legged races and egg tosses are fun too!

 

7.  Create a class project.

 

Ask everyone to bring a plain white t-shirt, or give them out as party gifts, and use paint or fabric pens to decorate them.  Have the children draw a picture of their favorite summer memory on their shirt.

 

8.  Turn up the music.

 

Music makes the party!  Choose some of the kid's favorite music to play.  Play freeze dance and have a limbo to some of their top tunes.

 

9.  Get out the water.

 

Kids love to get wet and play in the water, so think about turning on the sprinklers and the hoses for added fun.  If you're considering this option, be sure and ask your guests to bring their swim suits and towels to keep things simple for everyone.

 

10.  Take lots of photos.

 

Be sure to capture your party guests having a good time.  As your kids grow up, they'll treasure how you've documented their forming friendships if you make it a point to take photos of your celebrations and parties.

 

During the end of summer, everyone is gearing up for a huge time of transition.  take time to enjoy one last summer party and celebrate what you've done this summer and what you'll be doing come fall.

 

 

 

 

 

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THE LAKE LEVEL

FOR

TIMS FORD LAKE CURRENTLY AS OF AUGUST  1, 2012:

LAKE LEVEL IS: 883.3

 

For more info go to http://www.tva.gov/