Preserve at Clift Mill offers city features in rural area

Preserve at Clift Mill offers city features in rural area

March 25th, 2012 by Ellis Smith in Business Around the Region

The Preserve features several new homes.

Photo by Angela Lewis /Times Free Press.

• Name: The Preserve at Clift Mill

• Location: It's a gently rolling, wooded tract with a 330-acre parklike sitting across from it that gives one the feeling of being in the middle of nature around rural Soddy-Daisy. Children attend Soddy-Daisy elementary, middle and high schools. The area is served by gas, cable, high-speed Internet and EPB. Shopping is available in downtown Soddy-Daisy with new retail and grocery stores. The area is a 15-minute drive to the mall.

• Status: Of 51 lots, about 14 homes are complete, and three are for sale. Another three are under construction.

• Price: Homes range from $250,000 to $400,000 and from 2,200 to 3,000 square feet. Most include three to four bedrooms and three to four baths. Lots are anywhere from a half-acre to 3/4 acre with septic-tanks.

• Features: A lot of Craftsman-style homes, with a stone and brick mix. Homes feature Hardie siding, crown molding, basement and crawl-space lots, tile showers, moldings, coffered ceilings, appliances, granite, wood floors, fireplaces, decks, daylighted basement with patios and three-car garages.

• Amenities: Five minutes from public boat ramps at Steve's Landing, Pine Harbor and public water areas.

• Developers/builders: Trademark Builders, Mark Eller, Mike Case

• Contact: Mark Eller -- 596-8660