Apple Realty and Auction

1700 Seven Oaks Dr, Morristown, TN 37814

3 Bedrooms, 3 Full Baths – Split Foyer, Traditional  Stories: 2
FOR SALE – An offer has been accepted, waiting to close
Price: $195,000  Price Per SqFt: $85.12  List Date: 2018-07-10  DOM:  7
City Tax: $0 County Tax: $735
Year Built: 1978 
Finished Sq Ft: 2,291 Unfinished Sq Ft: 676 Lot Size: .72 acre(s)Lot Dimensions: 112.47 x 274.40 IRRTopography: Rolling
Heating: Central, Natural GasCooling: CentralWater & Sewage: Sewer-Septic, Water-Public
Appliances: Dishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator, Stove, Washer/Dryer Hookup


Recently updated 3 bedroom 3 bath home in Seven Oaks. Lots of room with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths on the main level, as well as a huge family room with fireplace and 3rd bedroom with bath downstairs. Office on main level could serve as 4th bedroom if needed. Laundry room downstairs as well as in office closet on main. Covered porch as well as open deck and patio areas. Laminate flooring and vinyl throughout; newer roof and windows. Sits on nearly 3/4 acre lot with wooded backyard for privacy. Located in Alpha School zone and close to the growing Merchants Greene area. Seven Oaks has an optional HOA to enjoy the swimming pool and tennis court.

Community Information

Area: Hamblen County
County: Hamblen
Subdivision: Seven Oaks
Zoning: Residential
School System
Out Of Area Elementary
Out Of Area Middle
Out Of Area High


Other Rooms: Foyer, Laundry Room, Master Bath, Master Bedroom, Office  Fireplaces: 1 Rooms with Fireplaces: Brick, Gas Logs, Great Room  Flooring: Laminate, Vinyl Basement & Foundation: Finished, Full, Garage Door, Walkout  Other Features: Cable Ready, Counters-Solid Surface, Foyer, Garage Door Opener(s), Master BR on Main, Smoke Detector(s), Washer/Dryer Connection, Window Treatment-Some 


Porch, Patio, Decking Detail:  Covered, Deck, Patio, Porch Roof: Composition Shingle Exterior Finish: Brick, Wood Garage: 1 Car Drive Under Other Exterior: Driveway-Concrete, Window-Dbl Pane


Listing by Remax Real Estate Ten Of Morristown
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