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Sam Hatfield
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931-580-6207

 

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SAM HATFIELD REALTY, INC.

4470 Mansford Road
Winchester, TN 37398

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REAL ESTATE SALES, LAKE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, LAKE VACATION RENTALS

Happy 4th July From your friends at
Sam Hatfield Realty, Inc.

July 2016

 


TIMS FORD LAKE PROPERTIES INFORMATION
TOTAL LAKE HOMES FOR SALE - TO DATE:57
TOTAL LAKE HOMES LISTED DURING JUNE: 6
TOTAL LAKE LOTS FOR SALE - TO DATE: 73
TOTAL LAKE LOTS LISTED DURING JUNE: 5  
JUNE SALES ACTIVITY
LAKE HOMES SOLD 3 SHR was involved in 1
lake lots sold: 2

 


FEATURED LISTING
Great Lakefront home located minutes from Tims Ford State Park & Marina.
MLS #1737719

408 Wildwood Circle Winchester, TN $479,900

Great lakefront home located minutes from Tims Ford State Park & Marina. Gorgeous views of Tims Ford Lake, year round water w/ floating dock & jet ski ports, 2 large decks, easy steps to the water, master on main level, downstairs rec area. A must see!!

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If you would like more information on this property or to schedule a showing, please call our office at 931-968-0500 or Sam Hatfield at 931-580-6207. Please visit our website at www.samhatfield.com for all of our listings.

 


NEW LISTING
Spectacular home located in Hopkins Point Sub-Div. was featured in the Southern Living Magazine. .
MLS #1739554

643 Bluff Dr. Winchester, TN $379,000

 
Spectacular home located in Hopkins Point Sub-Div. was featured in the Southern Living Magazine. This home features 4 bedroom, 3 full bath, 2 half baths. Additional lot may be purchase for $199,000 w/acceptable offer of home.

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If you would like more information on this property or to schedule a showing, please call our office at 931-968-0500 or Sam Hatfield at 931-580-6207. Please visit our website at www.samhatfield.com for all of our listings.


 

NEW LISTING
WOW! What a view of Tims Ford Lake, BIG water views.
MLS #1724716

Beech Hill Dr. Lot # 3 - Winchester, TN $849,000

 
WOW! What a view of Tims Ford Lake, BIG water views. Build your perfect Get-Away on this 11.29 acres located in Beech Hill Estates. Boat Dock Approved. Approximately 1157 feet of shoreline.

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If you would like more information on this property or to schedule a showing, please call our office at 931-968-0500 or Sam Hatfield at 931-580-6207. Please visit our website at www.samhatfield.com for all of our listings.


 

NEW LISTING
WOW! What a view of Tims Ford Lake, BIG water views.
MLS #1737881

Beech Hill Dr. Lot 2 Winchester, TN $399,000

 
WOW! What a view of Tims Ford Lake, BIG water views. Build your perfect Get-Away on this 4.9 acres located in Beech Hill Estates. 660 +/- road frontage and 308 ft +/- of shoreline. Measurements are approximate. Dock Permit

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If you would like more information on this property or to schedule a showing, please call our office at 931-968-0500 or Sam Hatfield at 931-580-6207. Please visit our website at www.samhatfield.com for all of our listings.



NEW LISTING
Beautiful Lake views, build your own dream home on this lot in Lost Creek Heights Estate in Moore County.
MLS #1733203

Majors Cemetery Rd Lot 1 Lynchburg, TN $39,900

 
Beautiful Lake views, build your own dream home on this lot in Lost Creek Heights Estate in Moore County.

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If you would like more information on this property or to schedule a showing, please call our office at 931-968-0500 or Sam Hatfield at 931-580-6207. Please visit our website at www.samhatfield.com for all of our listings.

 



 
 

Dakota's Corner


Happy Independence Day from the Furry Friends Society! Please keep your furry friends in mind as you and your neighbors celebrate Independence Day by shooting fireworks. The noise bothers many of us and causes great anxiety. I done my “thunder jacket” during fireworks and am calmed, to some degree. Some of my furry friends try to run away from home – so keep a close eye on us!!

Enjoy the lake and if you have ANY Tims Ford Lake needs, please call my master, Sam. We are all over the lake - I am in the jeep with him, most of the time!!!


Calandar of Events

  • JULY 4TH – INDEPENDENCE DAY

  • July 24th - Parents day


Prevent Deadly Shocks—Check Your Boats and Docks

If you own a boat and/or a dock, take steps now to help prevent a tragedy. The Energy Education Council’s Safe Electricity program advises, “Prevent deadly shocks. Check your boats and docks.”

July 2012 saw some horrific fatal accidents near boats and boat docks. A 26-year-old woman was swimming with family in the Lake of the Ozarks and was electrocuted when she touched an energized dock ladder. Also at Lake of the Ozarks, a 13-year-old girl and her 8-year-old brother received fatal electrical shocks while swimming near a private dock; officials cited an improperly grounded circuit as the cause. In Tennessee, two boys, ages 10 and 11, lost their lives as they were shocked while swimming between houseboats on Cherokee Lake, a result of on-board generator current apparently entering the water through frayed wires beneath the boat.

An important step in helping prevent such tragedies is to ensure proper installation and maintenance of electrical equipment on docks and on boats. Take the time to inspect all of the electrical systems on or near the water.

Safe Electricity, along with the American Boat and Yacht Council and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers/National Electrical Contractors Association, recommends adhering to these steps in order to enhance water recreation safety and accident prevention:

  • All electrical installations should be performed by a professional electrical contractor familiar with marine codes and standards and inspected at least once a year.
  • Docks should have ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) breakers on the circuits feeding electricity to the dock.
  • The metal frame of docks should be bonded to connect all metal parts to the alternating current (AC) safety ground at the power source. That will ensure any part of the metal dock that becomes energized because of electrical malfunction will trip the circuit breaker.
  • Neighboring docks can also present a shock hazard. Make your neighbors aware of the need for safety inspections and maintenance. Marinas should comply with NFPA and NEC codes.

Here are a few additional tips to keep in mind for your boat’s electrical system, particularly those with AC systems:

  • Regardless of the size of boat, maintenance of the electrical system should be done by a professional familiar with marine electrical codes.
  • Have your boat’s electrical system checked at least once a year. Boats should also be checked when something is added to or removed from their systems.
  • Boats with AC systems should have isolation transformers or equipment leakage circuit interrupter (ELCI) protection, comply with ABYC standards, and should be serviced by an ABYC Certified® Technician.

If you are in the water and feel electric current:

  • Shout to let others know.
  • Tuck your legs up to make yourself smaller.
  • Try to go out away from anything that could be energized.
  • Do not head to boat or dock ladders to get out.

If you are on the dock or shore when a swimmer feel electrical current:

  • Do not jump in.
  • Throw them a flotation device.
  • Eliminate or turn off the source of electricity as quickly as possible.
  • Then call for help.

Learn more at SafeElectricity.org and www.abycinc.org.

DOCKLIFEGUARD.COM

FEATURES

Detects Electrical Current in the Water

  • Visual and Audible Warning of Electrical Current (AC or DC) in the water
  • Weather resistant enclosure
  • Super bright LED indicator
  • Detects hazardous voltage and current in water or on dock
  • Radius of Detection; approximately 40'. Water conditions and underwater objects may reduce range
  • Should not be used as substitute for correct dock wiring
  • Detects if dock is electrified or water is electrified
  • Professional installation available

Dock Lifeguard, LLC, was formed in July of 2012 after two engineers heard about three deaths from electrocution that happened at their local lake over the Fourth of July weekend.    In two separate incidents two young children and one woman were electrocuted while swimming in the water next to their docks.

The result of these unfortunate incidents was the inspiration behind the Dock Lifeguard product.  The solution was not simple, as many variables affect current detection in the water.   Characteristics of metal change over time when placed in the water, making this dilemma require an engineered solution.

Dock Lifeguard - Helping Protect you and your loved ones

http://docklifeguard.org/

 

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THE LAKE LEVEL

FOR

TIMS FORD LAKE CURRENTLY AS of July 1, 2016:

LAKE LEVEL IS: 885.52

 

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