TIMS FORD LAKE
TOTAL LAKE HOMES FOR SALE - TO DATE: 76
TOTAL LAKE HOMES LISTED DURING OCTOBER: 12
TOTAL LAKE LOTS FOR SALE - TO DATE: 96
TOTAL LAKE LOTS LISTED DURING OCTOBER: 2
LAKE HOMES SOLD: 5
LAKE LOTS SOLD: 2
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MLS #1309355 68 Bluff Drive Winchester, TN 37398
Nice lake home w/ hardwood floors, rustic cabinetry, double
height living room, views from all 3 levels, large master suite,
soaker tub, double vanity, wet bar, guest suite w/ sitting area,
dock permit, existing stairs & pier. Rec/media room.
MLS #1310936 261 Wildwood Circle Winchester, TN 37398
Georgous lakefront home, great views of the lake, master bedroom
and bath on main level, beautiful detailed. Nice back deck to
sit out and enjoy the views.
MLS #1311137 43 Cypress Point Drive Winchester, TN 37398
Very nice lakefront home in Cypress Point. Easy walk to water,
portable dock that you roll in and out, nice wrap-around back
porch. Hardwood flooring through out main level, granite counter
tops in kitchen. A must see!
MLS #1306828 97 Fox Hollow Road Estill Springs, TN 37330
Very nice home in a country setting, yet close to Winchester and
Tullahoma, 4 B/Rs, 3 Baths, nice backyard with trees.
MLS #1307519 0 Beechnut Drive Winchester, TN 37398
Great lakefront lot, lot has a dock and a concrete driveway big
water view, lot is very level next to the water with great
MLS #1307870 0 Dogwood Trail Lot 56 Winchester, TN 37398
Nice building lot in Estill Springs. Close to Downtown
Winchester and Tullahoma.
MLS #1307880 0 Dogwood Trail Lot 60 Winchester, TN 37398
Nice building lot in Estill Springs. this s/d is in the country,
but is only 5 miles from Tullahoma and 5 miles from Winchester.
Tips to Make your Holiday Easy
Thanksgiving dinner and preparing it can be very stressful,
especially if you have a large family or are expecting a number
of guests. In order to make Thanksgiving more enjoyable for
yourself as well as your guests, some advance planning and
preparation will work wonders. Use these tips to make your
holiday a stress-free, memorable occasion:
10 Days before
A week to 10 days before
Thanksgiving, make your guest list. If there are any friends or
family members you have not yet contacted, do so now to give
them and yourself plenty of time to prepare. If any of your
guests will be bringing a special dish, add it to menu
If you will be cooking turkey,
decide upon fresh, frozen, or smoked. Make sure you have room in
your refrigerator and oven. You should plan on 1 to 1.5 pounds
per person and even a big larger if you want plenty of
Deciding upon your final menu
should be completed at least a week before the big day. Consider
the number of people you will be entertaining and if you have
children on your guest list, try to plan a couple of special
dishes or treats especially for them
The Week of
The week of Thanksgiving is the
time to stock up on necessary items from the grocery store. You
can make certain items in advance such as bread or rolls and
freeze them until Thanksgiving morning. Also make sure you have
supplies such as napkins, cups, etc
Three Days before
A couple of days prior to
Thanksgiving you can prepare a few items in advance to save time
on the big day.
Things like cranberry sauce or
relish can be stored in your refrigerator for a few days. You
may want to cut up onions, celery, and any like items and store
them in plastic ware to save time on Thanksgiving morning.
Make sure you have everything on
your shopping list in your kitchen at least 2-3 days before
If you have children, involve them
in the planning. They can help organize games for the younger
guests, assist in decorations, and even help out in the kitchen
if you desire.
If you have purchased a frozen
turkey, take it out of the freezer and place in the refrigerator
3 days prior to cooking to give it plenty of time to thaw. If
you will need to iron linens, etc., do so a couple of days
before Thanksgiving to cut down on amount of work you will have
to do the night before the big day.
On Thanksgiving morning, make sure
you have your thawed turkey stuffed (if necessary) and ready to
place in the oven. Side dishes should be ready to cook or place
in your oven and it would be a good idea to have desserts
prepared the night before to save time and frustration on
Thanksgiving Day. Any items you have frozen should be taken out
of the freezer the night before so they can be heated easily
With some advance planning and
preparation, Thanksgiving can be a stress-free (almost) occasion
and you will have plenty of time to enjoy the company of friends
10 tips to get your guest room
ready for the holidays
With the holidays in full swing,
extra guests can mean extra work. It pays to look for ways to
keep the focus on what is truly important: time with those you
love in a relaxing environment. So open your home..especially
your guest room!
Jackie Terry from IKEA offers 10
tips to getting your guest room ready.
When you start to plan your guest
room and community bathroom, think about what you'd expect to
find in a hotel and try to make your room measure up to that
standard. Your budget may not have enough in it to let you
create a getaway oasis, but be sure to provide a quiet place to
1) Clear a space to put a luggage
rack or a small table/bench to set down a suitcase. No one likes
to have to stoop over to the floor to pull out a clean pair of
socks. Even a chair is better than nothing! Some people
absolutely do not sit on a bed!
2) And your guests shouldn't have
to. Place an upholstered armchair or side chair in the room.
3) Textiles are a big part of a
guest's comfort when they're in someone else's home; make sure
there's plenty of extra pillows and a couple different quilts or
throw blankets incase it gets cold at night.
4) A large, thick rug at the foot
of the bed feels welcoming, and having a smaller, fluffy throw
rugs on either bedside can make getting out of bed more
5) Having adequate lighting for a
guest is important since they may need to get up in the middle
of the night in a not-so-familiar surrounding (it's nice to have
a light control near the bed), and providing a reading lamp is
also convenient for those who like to read in bed. A small night
light may also work!
6) Adding personal touches with
placement of photos with family and friends in the room can make
someone feel more at home, and using coordinating prints/posters
can add to a cozy environment.
7) Providing a mirror for your
guest is important for getting dressed in the morning and ready
to start the day. A full-length mirror is ideal for getting
dressed, but if space doesn't permit that, hanging a smaller
mirror in the wall or having a mirror sitting on a surface can
8) A last finishing touch that can
make guest feel more at home would be to leave a pair of
slippers in the bedroom for your guests to use (or keep!) -
Slippers are an inexpensive way to give them a little extra
9) If your guest room shares space
with a home office, clear at least a foot or two of pole space
in the closet. Or, purchase an inexpensive over-the-door hook
that can accommodate some hanging clothes. Don't forget to
supply hangers. A simple hook on the wall or behind a closet
door can hold a robe, coat, or a purse. Or, if you have an extra
chest of drawers, clear out one or two drawers for small items.
10) An alarm clock or clock/radio
is good to have in the room.
Bonus: A phone in the room will
also be a much-appreciated bonus item.
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