Tennessee Real Estate News


Oct. 15, 2018

Satisfaction Guaranteed on Monroe County Property

Hungry appetites are satisfied right and left on Monroe County property. Small town eateries, restaurants and cafes are serving folks what they crave. American dishes from Southern comfort food to the best in barbeque amicably compete with plates of international cuisine such as Italian and Mexican. Hungry tummies are expertly filled and replaced with satisfactory smiles.

Portion control in the Madisonville real estate region doesn’t stand a chance. When it’s time for comfort food, folks head on over to Donna’s Old Town Cafe. Here “homestyle cooking and hospitality” is in the house. Family owned and operated, the history is as rich as the flavors at Donna’s. Found in historic downtown, the cafe is located in the old bank of Madisonville. Pictures of the city are showcased on the walls and locals engage in stories of times past while indulging in blackberry cobbler and peanut butter pie. Breakfast is busy and brunch draws a crowd. Recipes are on the website for those who wish to recreate the wonderfulness. Sit down and napkin up at Miss Piggy’s BBQ. Here the scrumptious scents of barbequed goodness draws people in. Daily specials add an element of surprise. Smoked chicken and shredded pork sandwiches with all the fixins are fan favorites.

Taste a Bite of Italy on Madisonville Real Estate

Venture across the globe without ever leaving Monroe County property. Old School Italian ambiance overflows at The Patio. Here the dishes are authentic and readily devoured. A varied menu features pastas, pizzas, salads and more. Have a little cheese, bread and wine. Calories aren't counted on The Patio. Take a bite of Italy back home when ordering off the carry out menu. Add some spice to your life at Sol Azteca Mexican Grill. Found off of Highway 411 a lively vibe welcomes diners. The menu is tasty and vast with the restaurant declared by regulars as having the “best Mexican food in Monroe County.”

What’s for dinner is not an easy question to answer when living on a Monroe County property. With so many venues dishing up the good stuff it may take a while to decide. Bon Appetit.


Posted in News
Oct. 14, 2018

Horse Around Polk County Property

Saddle up and settle down for a beautiful day on Polk County property. At Blanche Manor trips on horseback create amazing experiences. Trail rides meander through awe inspiring wilderness with views not only of Tennessee but North Carolina and Georgia as well.

The adventure begins with expert staff carefully matching friendly horses to their riders. Blanche Manor welcomes riders of all ages and skill abilities. Families with children as young as six can hop in the saddle. Groups take to the trails where they leisurely or briskly walk or even trot about. The pace is set by the rider with the least amount of experience but everyone ends up having a great time. Journeys wind through woods, clearings and streams. Local wildlife are readily spotted especially during morning and early evening hours. Basic rides are either an hour or two. Private rides are great for expert equestrians with heartier terrain on the Polk County property conquered.

An Adventure of a Lifetime Awaits on Copperhill Property

Romance is in the air on this stunning land. Sunset trips are made for couples in love. A vivid sky colored in pinks and blues casts a glow along winding roads. There’s nothing quite like it. The mood is set during proposal package rides. With a 100% success rate there is nothing to be nervous about. Horses carry lovebirds along a private trail to a secluded stream with champagne waiting on the banks. Who could say no to that?

True cowboys and cowgirls at heart might find that one or two hours on horseback is just not enough. The City Slicker and Dude for a Day specials fit the bill. Those signed up for the City Slicker package learn either the art of barrel racing, pole bending or obstacle course riding. Once mastering their new found skill participants challenge each other in a mini rodeo with the winner taking all. Dude for a day kicks it up a notch adding in a delicious breakfast at the Cider House Cafe and an added trail ride. Extremists who don’t want the day to end can slumber the night away in the bunkhouse.

Blanche Manor welcomes riders year round to their Copperhill property so come multiple times a year and enjoy the beauty of the seasons. Reservations can be made at 706.455.7435.


Posted in News
Oct. 9, 2018

Dive Right into the Wonders of McMinn County Real Estate

Explore the depths of McMinn County real estate at Loch Low-Minn, a 10-acre quarry lake hidden amongst the hills of East Tennessee. Its roots are deep and rich with history. Once a limestone quarry for road construction the Athens property was closed down in the 1970’s. In 1996, the land was purchased by a local family and lovingly transformed into a wonderful scuba diving arena.

Now Loch Low-Minn is well known as the premier scuba diving resort in the area. Groups come to enjoy the scenic and laid back ambience lakeside. Several docks stretch out over the water for divers, and picnic tables are scattered about for lounging and to lay out gear.

Discover the Mysteries of the Deep on Athens Property

Amazingly clear waters set the scene for picture perfect dives. Underneath the surface an array of fish swim about. Species divers frequently spy include bluegill, bass and catfish. The fan favorite in the loch is unanimously the paddlefish. These larger than life beings maneuver through the water weighing over 60 lbs and reaching lengths over 6 feet. A variety of statues are also discovered underneath the water adding to the mystery of dives. From tunnels to swim through to whimsical sea creatures an amazing assortment creates intrigue. Check out where to find what here.

Visitors to Loch Low-Minn find a dedicated staff on hand to fulfill all their diving needs. Equipment rentals and air tank fills are handy services to take part of. Those making regular dive trips to the McMinn County real estate dive resort may purchase a money saving multi-pass card. Classes are also often scheduled making it easy for students attempting certification. Seasonal events here are a blast and include an annual underwater pumpkin carving contest, night diving and astrological viewings.

The loch is located at 116 County Road 420 in Athens. Hours are seasonal so check the website or call 423.746.0798 before heading out. Updated weather conditions can also be found online.


Posted in News
July 31, 2017

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