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Sam Hatfield Realty May 2012 Newsletter

 

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Sam Hatfield
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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

May 2012


 

Featured Home
New Listing
 

 

MLS# 1354088

1711 Little Hurricane Road

$659,900

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Great 5 bedroom 2 bath lake home with awesome lake views and a guest house down by the lake.  Perfect for family gatherings.  Guest house features kitchen, 1 bath and open area with endless possibilities.  Over 700 ft of shoreline, can have up to 4 docks!


TIMS FORD LAKE PROPERTIES INFORMATION

TOTAL LAKE HOMES FOR SALE - TO DATE: 76
TOTAL LAKE HOMES LISTED DURING APRIL: 14

TOTAL LAKE LOTS FOR SALE - TO DATE: 99
TOTAL LAKE LOTS LISTED DURING APRIL: 2

APRIL SALES ACTIVITY:

LAKE HOMES SOLD: 1
LAKE LOTS SOLD: 0


April New Listings

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


MLS # 1350702 979 Wildwood Trace Winchester, TN $699,000

Beautiful lakefront home with 3 bedrooms 3.5 baths, huge front and back yard. House features 2 two car garages, nice bonus room over front garage.  Big water views.
 

MLS # 1354088 1711 Little Hurricane Road Winchester, TN $659,900

Great 5 bedroom 2 bath lake home with awesome lake views and a guest house down by the lake.  Perfect for family gatherings.  Guest house features kitchen, 1 bath and open area with endless possibilities.  Over 700 ft of shoreline, can have up to 4 docks!


 

 


MLS #1348815 36 Chestnut Street Winchester, TN $599,000
 

Lakefront home located in Highland Ridge Subdivision. Features 4 bedrooms 3.5 baths, a deck on each level to enjoy the views of the lake. Granite countertops in the kitchen, hardwood and tile floors. 2 car garage and a nice front porch.

 

 

 


MLS #1350474 101 McKinney Circle Estill Springs, TN $599,000
 

Great lakefront home on level lot covered floating dock, fence backyard, some new hardwood, great views.  Owner financing available, 15% down 6% interest 5 year balloon.

 

 

 


MLS #1351430 705 Wildwood Trace Winchester, TN $574,000
 

Nice rustic house with 3 bedrooms 2 bath in main house and 2 bedrooms 1 bath in apartment above garage.  Easy walk to water with a covered floating dock, nice screened-in porch to enjoy the views.

 

 

 


MLS #1348839 12 Chestnut Street Winchester, TN $499,000
 

4 bedroom 3 bath lakefront home located in Highland Ridge Subdivision.  Sit out on the decks and enjoy the views of Tims Ford Lake.  This house is built very close to the water and has very few steps to the dock.

 

 

 


MLS #1354837 0 Gennies Way Lot 139 Lynchburg, TN $124,900
 

Very nice lakefront lot in Ridgeville Subdivision. Dock permittable.

 

 


Calendar of Events
 

May 5 - Cinco de Mayo

May 13 - Mothers Day

May 28 - Memorial Day

 



 

Memorial Day Cookout: 10 Tips to Amp Up Your Grilling Game
 

Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer grilling season and there's no better time to be king (or queen) of fire and charcoal.

Clint Cantwell is the captain of Smoke In Da Eye, the award-winning competitive grilling team from Garden City, NY and has competed in cooking contests throughout the Northeast.  He also serves as the guest editor for the recently launched outdoor cooking site Grilling.com.

As one of the fiercest grill masters in the country, Cantwell offers his 10 tips for taking your outdoor cookout to a whole new level.

1.  Light my Fire:  When starting the fire, consider using a charcoal chimney instead of starting the coals directly in the grill.  The air flow created by the chimney makes for a much faster start.  Simply Fill it to the top with charcoal; light either by igniting a crumpled sheet of newspaper; cooking oil soaked paper towel or a fire starter cube underneath, and within 15 minutes the coals will be ready for grilling.

2.  Tool Time:  One of the most effective and multipurpose tools one can have when grilling is a set of long-handled tongs.  In addition to allowing you to flip those steaks and burgers while staying safely away from the flames, they're also useful as a grate cleaner (grasp a ball of tin foil in the tongs and scrub the grates clean) or to oil the grill (grasp a ball of paper towels dipped in vegetable oil and wipe away).

3.  Be One With the Grill:  The more you use it, the more comfortable you'll be grilling items other than hamburgers and hot dogs.  By knowing the grill's hot spots, how temperatures change when you open and close the lid, and other nuances, you'll be cooking up grilled pizzas and rack of lamb in no time.

4.  It's the Bomb:  When cooking on a gas grill, bring depth of flavor by wrapping a handful of wood chips (available at most hardware stores and major grocery chains) in a double layer of foil, poking a few holes in the foil and placing them under the grate.  The chips will smolder, releasing flavorful smoke from it inexpensive "smoke bomb.'  It's also easy to clean up.

5.  Flipping Out:  While most people insist on poking, twisting and flipping grilled items every 15 seconds, resist the urge and limit turns to no more than two per side.  Meat, fish or poultry that normally stick to the grates will release naturally while the food will be able to absorb all the great flavor the grill can give them.

6.  On the Rise:  Just because your beautiful steak or pork chops are done grilling, that doesn't mean they're finished cooking.  Temperatures inside the meat actually increase about 10 more degrees after it's removed from the flame, meaning a medium-rare steak should be pulled at 125-130 degrees rather than the desired 135-140 degrees.

7.  Going Against the Grain:  Finding ways to take tougher cuts of mean over the top is central to the art of grilling and barbecue.  But despite having the perfect recipe and the perfect execution, your brisket, flank steak or flat iron steak is still going to taste like a dry chewy shoe if you don't slice it across the fibrous grains that run through the meat.

8.  The Juice is Loose:  The cooking is complete and now it's time to eat.  Or is it?  By letting the meat rest 10 minutes, the internal juices have time to be reabsorbed instead of flowing all over the your cutting board.  The result is a more tender and juicy meal.

9.  The Doctor Is In:  Create your own "signature" barbecue sauce by adding layers of sweet (fruit juice, fruit preserves, honey, and/or molasses), heat (ground peppers such as chipotle or ancho), and tartness (apple cider vinegar) to you favorite store-bought brand.

10.  Make PETA Proud:  Grilling doesn't have to be an all-protein affair.  Impress your friends and family by poking several holes in a disposable aluminum pan and throwing in cauliflower florets, sweet potato slices, halved figs or other fruits and vegetables along with some olive oil and seasoning.  Heat the pan over medium-high heat, tossing the contents periodically until caramelized and tender.


 

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THE LAKE LEVEL

FOR

TIMS FORD LAKE CURRENTLY AS OF MAY  1, 2012:

LAKE LEVEL IS: 882.3

 

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