Soddy-Daisy home blends price, features

Soddy-Daisy home blends price, features

July 1st, 2012 in Realestatenewhomes

This three-bedroom home at 1079 Jonas Drive in the Nature Trail neighborhood offers an affordable place that packs a punch in growing Soddy-Daisy.

"With the breathtaking mountain views we felt that Nature Trail would provide the homebuyer with a peaceful and tranquil place to call home," said Kaye Ivey, sales agent for Bell Development Company Inc., Nature TrailĀ¹s developer.

"This subdivision is perfect for the first-time homebuyer or someone that is downsizing," Ivey said. "I see many homeowners out walking their dogs or pushing the baby strollers, just enjoying the outdoors. Soddy-Daisy is a wonderful place to live that allows the homeowner to enjoy large lots with woods in the backyards." The home's Manning floor plan is embellished with Craftsman-style details including high ceilings and elegant crown molding in the great room.

Families can spread out with three full bathrooms and a finished basement that can be used as a fourth bedroom, with still more space for a downstairs media or family room.

"These homes have practically maintenance-free exteriors with mountain stone and brick, Hardie board and vinyl," Ivey said.

Cooks and those who like to entertain will thrive in the kitchen's gourmet atmosphere with its coffered ceilings, granite countertops, tiled backsplash, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.

Get cozy around the open great room's gas fireplace, topped by a hand-crafted mantle. The master suite is a step above, with a double tray ceiling, walk-in closet, recessed lighting, double-bowl vanity, jetted tub and separate tiled shower with mosaic accents.

This home's two-car garage and open deck allow families to stretch out while keeping the main rooms clutter-free. And all is available with 100 percent financing with a rural development loan through the United States Department of Agriculture.

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