published Sunday, April 11th, 2010


Cedar Crest enters third phase of construction

by Tamara Best
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    Staff Photo by Jake Daniels/Chattanooga Times Free Press Roy Pelfrey, general contractor and developer at the Cedar Crest subdivision in Soddy-Daisy, cleans up used mulch bags from the driveway of a completed home.

Name: Cedar Crest

Location: Soddy-Daisy, five minutes off Highway 27

Status: Phase 1 and 2 are complete with 31 homes sold, and phase 3 is currently under way. Sixteen lots are currently available for sale. “There are large wooded lots, so that’s why people live out there,” said Kenny Fleshman, Re/Max Properties North agent. “You can go outside and ride your fourwheeler on your property.”

Price: $139,900 — $154,900. Mr. Fleshman added that the houses qualify for assistance through USDA Rural Development funds that provide low interest rates for 30-year mortgages for homebuyers.

Features: Hardwood floors, ceramic tiles, cathedral ceilings and custom cabinets; most of the houses have expansion capabilities to add extra square footage.

Amenities: Two miles from the Possum Creek recreation area, Sale Creek Marina within a short distance, which Mr. Fleshman said is perfect for those who love boating. “It’s close to a lake, yet has affordable homes,” he said.

Fees: None

Developers/builders: Roy Pelfrey

Contact: Kenny Fleshman, Re/Max Properties North 596-3116

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