REALTY…ON THE MOVE!
Sam Hatfield Realty has moved to a
new location – 4470 Mansford Road. Strategically located
between Tims Ford State Park and Tims Ford Marina, our new
office boasts our logo colors of yellow and green! The
increased visibility will allow our company to continue to grow
as the premiere Tims Ford Lake realty company in the area.
The relaxed atmosphere of the new office welcomes
clients to come in, chat, and visit. Properties can be
viewed on the “Big Screen”, in the comfort and ambience of a
lake cabin. Sam invites all customers and friends to stop
by and “rock” on the front porch or “swing” on the back porch.
The surroundings of nature are abundant on the property.
1552 Damron Road
Great lakefront cottage/A-frame house with fantastic views of
Tims Ford Lake. Easy walk to dock, great yard for kids to
play in, 3 bedrooms plus 375 sq ft in basement. Sells
partially furnished with all appliances. Subdivision has
one of the best boat ramps.
Listings and Closings
4859 Mingo Road
Beautifully landscaped home with an above ground pool. Hardwood
floors throughout house. Huge barn perfect for storage. Fenced
in backyard. Back deck perfect for entertaining. Large two car
detached garage. $299,000
MLS #1019012 0 Evans Place Lot 27
Great building lot, located at the end of street, privacy
abounds. Back of lot backs up against TVA property. $44,900
-MLS #1019015 0 Evans Place Lot 28
Great building lot, located at end of street, privacy abounds.
Property backs up to TVA. $44,900
-MLS #936877 21 Cline Ridge Rd
New construction house in Cline Ridge. 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths,
beautiful views of the lake.
for fall planting have arrived. Make sure to follow the
planting instructions that are specific for each bulb
variety. Planting crocus too deep or daffodils too shallow
will cause their spring blooms to be less effective or
dying, diseased or insect ridden plants from the flower
garden as soon as possible. Burn them or place them in the
trash. If you leave them in the garden or turn them under,
your problems will be twice as bad next season.
Dig up your
Canna, Dahlia and Glad bulbs after the first frost. Leave a
little soil clinging to each. Store the bulbs in a cool, dry
place packed in peat moss. Make sure to label the bulbs now,
instead of relying on your memory.
If slugs were
a problem this season, apply slug killer now. Slugs will be
laying their eggs now for next season. Eliminate them before
they lay their eggs, so next seasons population will be
fruit trees now with deer repellant. These sprays are well
worth the effort as a deer can strip several years of growth
from a tree in a single night. You only need to spray the
tips since deer are browsers.
Halloween Safety Tips for Kids and Adults
goblins, and superheroes descending on neighborhoods across
America, the American Red Cross offers parents some safety
tips to help prepare their children for a safe and enjoyable
trick-or-treat holiday. Halloween should be filled with
surprise and enjoyment. Following some common sense
practices can keep events safer and more fun.
- Walk, slither, and sneak on
sidewalks, not in the street.
- Look both ways before
crossing the street to check for cars, trucks,
and low-flying brooms.
- Cross the street only at
- Don't hide or cross the
street between parked cars.
- Wear light-colored or
reflective-type clothing so you are more
visible. (And remember to put
reflective tape on bikes, skateboards, and
- Plan your route and share it
with your family. If possible have an adult go
- Carry a flashlight to light
- Keep away from open fires
and candles. (Costumes can be extremely
- Visit homes that have the
porch light on.
- Accept your treats at the
door and never go into a strangers house.
- Use face paint rather than
masks or things that will cover your eyes.
- Be cautious of animals and
- Have a grown up inspect your
treats before eating. And don't eat candy if the
package is already opened. Small, hard pieces of
candy are a choking hazard for young children.
Halloween Trivia Facts & Tidbits
the US, the first citywide celebration was in
Anoka, Minnesota in 1921.
- Orange and black are Halloween colors
because orange is associated with the fall
harvest and black is associated with darkness
Bobbing for apples is thought to have originated
from the Roman harvest festival that honors
Pomona, the goddess of fruit trees.
Over $1.5 billion is spent on costumes each year
and more than $2.5 billion on other Halloween
Halloween is the 2nd most commercially
successful holiday, with Christmas being the
About 50% of adults dress up for Halloween,
while 67% take part in the activities, such as
parties, decorating the house and trick or
treating with their children.
86% of Americans decorate their house for
Over 10% of pet owners dress their pets in
(And yes, I am in
with those 10%. They should
Halloween candy sales average about $2 billion
annually in the United States and it is the
largest candy purchasing holiday.
90% of parents admit to sneaking goodies from
their kids Halloween trick or treat bags.
More than 35 million pounds of candy corn will
be produced. That equates to nearly 9 billion
pieces - enough to circle the moon nearly 4
times if laid end-to-end.
10. Dorothy (Wizard of Oz)
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