Sam Hatfield Realty September 2013 Newsletter

 

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Sam Hatfield
Owner / Broker
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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

October 2013
 


 

Featured Home
 

 

MLS# 1482108

15 Crestfield Circle   

$224,500

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3 bedroom 2 bath home with lake view in prestigious Hopkins Point Subdivision. Gorgeous stain-glass windows, wood-burning fireplace, nice deck perfect for entertaining. Subdivision has private boat ramp.


TIMS FORD LAKE PROPERTIES INFORMATION

TOTAL LAKE HOMES FOR SALE - TO DATE: 83
TOTAL LAKE HOMES LISTED DURING SEPTEMBER: 8

TOTAL LAKE LOTS FOR SALE - TO DATE: 87
TOTAL LAKE LOTS LISTED DURING SEPTEMBER: 2

SEPTEMBER SALES ACTIVITY:

LAKE HOMES SOLD: 2
LAKE LOTS SOLD:


September New Listings

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


MLS #1479553 0 Rhoton Place Lot 86 Lynchburg, TN $349,900


Great point lot on Tims Ford Lake, 240 feet of shoreline, deep water, big water views and a great building site. $40,000 under tax appraisal.

 


 

MLS #1482675 1140 Damron Road Estill Springs, TN $249,000

Two lots for the price of one. Partial completed carriage house with 2 car garage, dock on property, seawall, building site close to water on second lot.


 

MLS #1482108 15 Crestfield Circle Winchester, TN $224,500

3 bedroom 2 bath home with lake view in prestigious Hopkins Point Subdivision. Gorgeous stain-glass windows, wood-burning fireplace, nice deck perfect for entertaining. Subdivision has private boat ramp.


 

 

Dakotaís Corner

Summer has been great on Tims Ford Lake. I look forward to the fall leaf cruises and watching the geese fly south - in formation! I am headed to the beach for Fall break - where I will attend NAJU doggy daypark a few days. Look for NAJU on Facebook and you may see my picture!!!! Enjoy the lake and I hope to see you soon - on the water or at our office!



Calendar of Events

 

        October 14 Ė Columbus Day

        October 16 Ė Bossís Day

        October 31 - Halloween

     


     Time to be thinking about fall over-seeding, aerating, dethatching, and fertilization. This helps repair and rejuvenate the grass for Spring. Contact Craig Eslick with Lawns Unlimited for pricing (931-455-0505)! 
 


 

HALLOWEEN SAFETY

 

13 Halloween safety tips that are sure to keep your little monster safe and sound.
 

     PUMPKIN CARVING

There are a few things associated with Halloween as much as carving a Pumpkin, but it can be extremely dangerous for younger children. As an alternative to carving, you can consider allowing your younger kids to use markers, paint, or pumpkin decorating kit without the risk of pumpkin carving with a sharp blade. 

     WEARING A MASK

If you, or your child, are planning to wear a mask for your spooky night out, make sure that the holes for the eyes are big enough to clearly see both straight ahead and peripherally. You may have to cut the eye openings larger to allow more visibility. If any skin starts to show through the enlarged holes, you can always use some black face paint to cover the exposed areas of the skin. 

     CANDY FROM STRANGERS

The only time of year you allow your kids to take candy from strangers, you can never be too careful. Make sure your kids understand not to eat any candy or treats until they have properly been examined by you. This allows you to check for any possible tampering with the candy wrappers; and at the same time, you get a chance at the first pick of candy! 

     BE SEEN

Halloween is spooky enough outside without having to worry about your child not being seen in the dark while trick-or-treating. Prepare your childís costume for strong visibility at night by choosing a costume that can be made with bright materials. If the theme of a costume does not allow for bright colors, add reflective tape to your childís costume or treat bag. 

     WATCH OUT FOR BAD MONSTERS

Sometimes there are monsters out there are more than spooky. Never let your kid go into a strangerís house or even ring their doorbell for treats unless you are with them or say that itís okay. There are some people in life that are not very nice to kids and you have to be very careful. 

     STAY AWAY FROM HAUNTED HOUSES

Ensure your kids only visit houses with lights on. And, you might also suggest the houses they visit have some sort of Halloween decoration on the porch. Make sure your kids donít go inside someoneís house. They can get their candy from the porch. 

     MONSTER ROUTE

Sometimes a lost or missing child can be scarier than a thirsty vampire, for both you and your child. Know the trick or treat route your kids take, especially if you are not going with them. Have them check in regularly, by phone or by stopping back at home and make sure they do not deviate from the preplanned trick or treat route so you will always know where they are and will be. 

     SPOOKY TIME FLIES QUICKLY

Time always passes quickly when everyone is having fun. Always set a time that you expect your kids to be home and make sure they know how important it is for them to be home by that time. You can also make sure they know to call immediately if anything happens that might make them late. 

     TAKE THE LONG WAY

Trick-or-treat only in well-lit areas. Stay on streets that are familiar with, and avoid taking shortcuts through parking lots, alleys, and pathways. If youíre not sure where a street goes or whether it is safe, donít take a chance on it. 

        TAKE THE LONG WAY

Trick-or-treat only in well-lit areas. Stay on streets that you are familiar with, and avoid taking shortcuts through parking lots, alleys, and pathways. If youíre not sure where a street goes or whether it is safe, donít take a chance on it. 

        WATCH OUR FOR FAST MOVING MUMMIES AND ZOMBIES

What out for fast moving Mummies and Zombies! Always drive well below the posted speed limit in any residential area during trick-or-treating hours. You always want to make sure you have extra time to break if a child darts in front of your car. 

        HALLOWEEN SHOULD BE SAFE FOR ALL YOUR LITTLE MONSTERS

Halloween should be safe for all your little monsters. As much as your pets may beg for candy or treats, remember that chocolate can be deadly, in any amount, if ingested. 

        HUNGRY ZOMBIES ARE A SCARY THING

A hungry Zombie can be a scary thing. A good tip to prevent your kids from overloading on candy is to serve them a very filling meal before they go out for their trick-or-treating Ė it helps to make them their favorite dinner and a big dessert that spooky night.

 

 

 

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THE LAKE LEVEL

FOR

TIMS FORD LAKE CURRENTLY AS OF OCTOBER 1, 2013:

LAKE LEVEL IS: 887.4

 

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