Lakefront home with great views of
Tims Ford Lake! Home features open floor plan - living/great
room has built-in bookcases, gas fireplace, and big windows.
Master bedroom located on main floor, den, 2 bedrooms, and 2
baths on lower level.
8 Cove Lake, Winchester, TN
Beautiful 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Lakefront Home In Cline Ridge
Subdivision. Enjoy The Views From Your Screened-In Porch.
Floating Dock With Swim Deck On Year-Round Water.
New Construction, Home Has 2
Master Suites, Hardwood Floors, Granite Counter Tops, Wet Bar,
Built In Stainless Steel Appliances, 8 Rooms W/ Surround Sound,
Intercom System, Wine Cooler, Ice Machine, Screened-In Deck,
Covered Floating Dock And An Elevator.
Priced To Sell,
Lakefront Cabin With Floating Covered Dock, Big Water View, This
Home Is Located In A Small S/D In Moore County, Yet Just Minutes
Nice Home On
Treed Lot, Wood burning Fireplace, Above Ground Pool, Nice Deck,
One Car Detached Garage With A Two Bedroom One Bath, Apt. 1000
Sq Ft Apt, With Electrical Service And Phone Line, Could Provide
Extra Rental Income.
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March 10 – Tims Ford Council Board
April 14 – 2nd
Membership Meeting for the year 2008
TBD – Lake Cleanup/ Broadview Fire
Dept Fish Fry
June 9 – Tims Ford Council Board
July 14 – 3rd
Membership Meeting for year 2008
Sept 8 – Tims Ford Council Board
Oct 20 – 4th Membership
Meeting for year 2008
Dec 8 – Tims Ford Council Board
Keep up with Tims Ford Council Activities by
Get your home ready for spring
with these ten easy steps
1. Clean and seal
decks. You will need 3 consecutive warm days. On the first
day dry out the deck. On the second day apply deck cleaner and
scrub the deck. On the third day apply deck sealer.
2. Wash the exterior
of your house using ordinary garden hose pressure and a mild
detergent. Pressure washers are not always the best idea –
they are powerful enough to force water under the siding, where
it can encourage mildew and rot.
3. Have a certified
chimney sweep inspect and clean chimneys. Taking care of
this in the spring or summer rather than in the peak autumn
season allows plenty of time for repairs before the next heating
4. Caulk exterior
joints around all windows and doors. Calking keeps the house
weather-tight and will help reduce high summer energy bills.
5. Clean lint from
the entire clothes dryer vent system, from the dryer to the
exterior vent cap. Because lint is very flammable, this
common build up can create a fire hazard. If it is a gas dryer
it can force deadly carbon monoxide back into the home.
6. Check the
operation and condition of attic fans and roof mounted turbine
vents. Also make sure that bathroom and kitchen vent fans
are working properly and are not blocked or obstructed. These
fans run on little energy and can greatly reduce cooling cost.
7. Change air
filters. Be sure to clear overgrowth and weeds away from
outdoor air units, if the unit is blocked the air conditioner
will not be able to operate properly and could even suffer an
8. Clean any
lingering fall leaves from gutters. It is also a good idea
to repair loose gutter nails or other gutter damage before the
heavy spring and summer rains.
9. The heat and
humidity can cause wooden windows and doors to swell and stick.
To keep windows and doors from sticking make sure that they are
sealed with a good coat of paint, including the tops and
To prepare for summer, make sure attics are well
insulated and ventilated.
Excess heat in the upstairs area of a 2-story home, or a ranch
style home feeling “hot from above” could indicate insufficient
attic insulation and poor ventilation.