TIMS FORD LAKE
TOTAL LAKE HOMES FOR SALE - TO DATE: 70
TOTAL LAKE HOMES LISTED DURING NOVEMBER: 5
TOTAL LAKE LOTS FOR SALE - TO DATE: 88
TOTAL LAKE LOTS LISTED DURING NOVEMBER: 2
LAKE HOMES SOLD: 3
LAKE LOTS SOLD: 2
November New Listings
view ALL Tims Ford Lake Properties for sale
MLS #1408458 0 Holly Tree Drive
Estill Springs, TN $549,900
New construction by DeVille Construction, fantastic lakefront
cottage with great views of the lake. 3 bedrooms 2.5 baths with
bunk room, open floor plan, granite counter tops, hardwood
floors, hardy board exterior, approx 10 steps to the dock.
MLS #1407924 104 Boswell Road Winchester, TN
Very nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home with a large master bedroom with
office attached, new paint, new energy efficient windows and new
carpet. New metal roof 2 years old, 25 x 50 metal storage
building. Nice private deck off of master bedroom.
0 Sanders Drive Lot 65 & 66 Lynchburg, TN $74,900
Two very nice lots in Ridgeville Subdivision; lots are septic permitted
with a lake view.
341 Tennessee Ave Estill Springs, $375,000
Wonderful home with beautiful views on Tims Ford Lake. Three
bedrooms with a bunk room, two baths, kitchen, living room with wood
burning fireplace, deck, screened in porch and a dock on property.
Easy walk to water in a nice quiet neighborhood.
585 Wildwood Lane Winchester, TN $469,000
Nice 4 bedroom 3.5 bath lakefront home in Heatherwood Subdivision.
House features 2 master suites with balconies, game room, big kitchen
with granite countertops perfect for entertaining. New floating
dock that floats year round.
Christmas everyone! Dakota here and I would like to speak
for everyone at Sam Hatfield Realty and thank all of our clients
for another successful year on Tims Ford Lake. Have a Safe
and Joyful Holiday and we look forward to seeing you in 2013.
Calendar of Events
December 8 – Hanukkah begins
December 21 – Winter Solstice
December 24 – Christmas Eve
December 25 – Christmas Day
Christmas is one of the most inspiring
celebrations of the year, a time of hope, joy and love for the
whole family to share. These tips give you some great
suggestions for making your Christmas extra special. The tips
are a complete bundle starting from decorations to safety. It
has all the necessary flavors to make your Christmas a beautiful
memory that lingers all year long.
decorating the holiday tree, distribute lights from top to
bottom and add strands as necessary. Make sure to test the
lights before putting them on the tree.
decorating can provide dramatic results. For subtle outdoor
effects, consider using colored floodlights directed toward the
house or trees. Easy to install and requiring little
maintenance, these lamps can provide a festive look year-round.
Store extension cords in a toilet or paper towel tube. Label its
length for easy identification.
To store tiny
lights tangle-free, cut a strap of ¼-inch plywood or heavy-duty
cardboard into the shape of a capital “I”. Wrap the lights
around this and they’ll be ready for action next year.
traditional and beautiful part of the season. But they are still
a direct source of fire in your home. Keep candles a safe
distance from other things. And remember that a flickering flame
is a thing of fascination to little children. Keep candles out
of their reach
Never use lighted candles on a tree or near other
Always use non-flammable holders
Keep candles away from other decorations and
Place candles where they cannot be knocked down
or blown over
Avoid any decorations that tend to break easily or have sharp
edges. Keep tree trimmings that are small or have
removable parts out of the reach of your child. These
pieces may be swallowed.
with tape and hang at different heights. By using Plastic
ornaments they won’t break if they hit the window.
your Christmas cards by using them as gift tags next year! Cut
the individual pictures out, or use the whole front picture.
They are very beautiful against plain wrapping paper, and its
better than throwing those beautiful cards in the trash.
you happen to run out of tags for your presents, you can use a
piece of the wrapping paper folded in half with the white side
inward. Cut the edges with decorative scissors and label on the
inside the To: and From: parts. Tape to gift.
a little extra romance into the holidays by leaving a single red
rose in surprising places for your mate, You can even attach a
small love to them.
candles before inserting them into the candle holders, you’ll
eliminate wax drippings.
ornaments that are missing hooks or caps can be put together in
glass bowl and used as a centerpiece.
to make a list before shopping, it will help you stay more
focused once you get to the stores to shop.
turn off the lights on the tree before going to bed at night.
up old frayed crocheted ornaments with a few pumps of hair
a large gift to wrap? Rather than struggle with regular gift
wrapping paper, use a paper tablecloth to wrap your large gift.
You usually can find one with a holiday pattern.
decorative gift bags (or brightly colored shopping bags) filled
with a few sheets of tissue paper and sparkling confetti.
display – Hang your Christmas card in the shape of a tree on a
wall or bulletin board.
up existing throw pillows: Use scrap fabrics on hand or purchase
a yard of holiday themed or holiday color fabric. Get the fabric
that is on sale or get the remnants. Wrap your toss pillow.
Secure with safety pins, then wrap a strip of wired ribbon
around the pillow and make a nice bow. You could also dress up
small pillows with large bandannas in red, green & gold.
you are looking to do a toyland theme for your Christmas
decorating this year, try searching out teddy bears and dolls at
your local thrift stores. Wash them in a pillowcase and put them
in your dryer for at least 20 minutes, then dress them up with
ribbons and holiday fabrics. Group them under your tree, on
mantels, and on windowsills. Stack small squares of cardboard
together and wrap as a tiny present, then tuck them under a
teddy’s arm, or wrap an empty box and use it as teddy’s seat by
the front door.
several small gifts into a basket, ceramic bowl, or fabric
children’s gifts in a lunch box, plastic pail, or cardboard
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