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Sam Hatfield Realty June 2008 Newsletter


Sam Hatfield
Owner / Broker



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June 2008

 Sam says…..

Tims ford Lake is at summer pool! 

Currently existing is an excellent selection of lake homes and lake lots for sale.  From the traditional “lake cabin” style to the elegant “house on the lake”, the choices are available. If you are in the mood for an upgrade, change, or initial investment, visit our website for all the current listings.

 As a reminder, we have several lake homes available for rental for that overflow of company or a vacation.  For the current lake home owner, allow our lake property management company to assist in the maintenance of your investment.  Allow your visit to your vacation home to be “carefree”.   See our website – – for more information on both services.”

      Featured Home

375 Huffman Park Road
Lynchburg, TN 37352
MLS #974056

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Immaculate lakefront home with 210 ft of shoreline and covered floating dock. House features 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, living/great room with fireplace. Master suite on main floor with captains loft above it. Each room has access outside with beautiful views of the lake.


New Listings May 2008

MLS Address Price

MLS #983295

Lot 22 Rainbow Road $24,900
MLS #983329 Lot 23 Rainbow Road $24,900
MLS #983318 0 Coopers Cove $34,900

MLS #983680

327 Ravine Drive $619,900
MLS# 983687 304 Cindy Circle $424,000 
MLS# 982018 792 Heatherway $329,000
MLS# 979712 512 Cline Ridge Road $144,000

Property Sales May 2008

MLS# 933874
MLS# 885705

Price Repositions

MLS# 884445 - 125 Walnut Lane - $224,000

Excellent lake home - completed remodeled home with a spectacular view out-lot - floating dock in place.  An ideal lake home option without the steep price! 

Community Events

TBD – Lake Cleanup/ Broadview Fire Dept Fish Fry

June 9 – Tims Ford Council Board Meeting

July 14 – 3rd Membership Meeting for year 2008

Sept 8 – Tims Ford Council Board Meeting

Oct 20 – 4th Membership Meeting for year 2008

Dec 8 – Tims Ford Council Board Meeting

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Grilling Safety

According to the NFPA, gas and charcoal grills caused an average of 900 structure fires and 3,500 outdoor fires in or on home properties in 2002, resulting in a combined direct property loss of $30 million. To make sure your next barbecue doesn't go up in flames, the Home Safety Council recommends the following safety tips: Designate the grilling area a "No Play Zone" keeping kids and pets well away until grill equipment is completely cool.  Before using, position your grill at least 3 feet away from other objects, including the house and any shrubs or bushes.  Only use starter fluid made for barbecue grills when starting a fire in a charcoal grill.  Before using a gas grill, check the connection between the propane tank and the fuel line to be sure it is working properly and not leaking.  Never use a match to check for leaks. If you detect a leak, immediately turn off the gas and don't attempt to light the grill again until the leak is fixed.  Never bring a barbecue grill indoors, or into any unventilated space. This is both a fire and carbon monoxide poisoning hazard.

Lawn & Garden Home Safety Tips

As the weather becomes warmer and days are longer, we spend as much time as we can outdoors enjoying our backyards. Many of us tackle do-it-yourself projects and others are happy just being outside. But, to be safe, it is important to remember the following safety tips when frolicking in the yard, especially if you have children:  Keep children inside the house or well away from the area you are mowing.  Prepare your lawn by walking over it, checking for broken sticks, stones, toys and anything else that could shoot out from under the mower or damage the blade.  Before you start your lawn mower for the first time, check to make sure that all guards are in place.  Don't let people stand or sit anywhere near where you are mowing. Be especially careful to keep small children away. The safest place for children while the grass is being cut in inside the home.  Never reach under the mower unless it is turned off and the blade has completely stopped turning.  Only refuel the mower after it has completely cooled down.  Store pesticides and herbicides on high shelves or inside locked cabinets, out of the reach of children.  When using a chain saw, make certain it is equipped with an anti-kickback chain that is well sharpened.  Garden tools such as rakes, spades, forks, pruning clippers, files and metal plant stakes should not be left lying around when not in use.  Wear proper eye protection when using any power tool.  Don't wear any loose or dangling clothing that could be caught in moving parts.





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Vacationing in the summer

Before you leave, it's always a great idea to:

·         Have newspaper and mail stopped or regularly picked up by a trusted neighbor

·         Ask a trusted neighbor to check on your home

·         Make sure a neighbor knows where the water main shut-off is located in the event of a broken pipe

·         Set timers on interior lights to deter burglars

·         Unplug TV, computer and appliances susceptible to lightning and power surges

·         Advise your alarm company and local police if you will be gone for an extended vacation

·         Take jewelry and valuable papers to a safe deposit box

·         Turn off water valves to your washing machine, icemaker and dishwasher









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