Apple Realty and Auction

1111 Keetoowah Dr, Mooresburg, TN 37811

3 Bedrooms, 3 Full Baths – 1 Story, Log, Traditional  Stories: 1
Price: $415,000  Price Per SqFt: $159.62  List Date: 2019-02-11  DOM:  188
City Tax: $0 County Tax: $1,423
Year Built: 2014 

Finished: 2,600 ft² (1,492 ft² on main level + 1,108 ft² in basement) 

Unfinished ft²: 372(not in garage)  

Lot Size: 1.23 acre(s)Lot Dimensions: 157.90 x 378.45 IRRTopography: Lake Access, Mountain View, Water View
Heating: Central, ElectricCooling: CentralWater & Sewage: Sewer-Septic, Water-Private Well
Appliances: Dishwasher, Dryer, Microwave, Range-Electric, Refrigerator, Stove, Washer, Washer/Dryer Hookup


MAGNIFICENT VIEWS OF CHEROKEE LAKE AND THE MOUNTAINS from this Gust Timbercraft home in Chelaque. Very open main level plan with floor to ceiling windows to maximize the year round views. Wood burning fireplace in living room. Master suite features private exit to deck, soaking tub in the bathroom, and walk-in closet. Laundry closet on the main level. 3rd bedroom and full bath down along with wet bar and recreation room/den. Nearly 400 sq ft storage area/utility room. Each bedroom has lake views. Well crafted home on 1.23 acres in gated community with lake access.

Community Information

Area: Surgoinsvl/Rogersvl/W Hawkins
County: Hawkins
Subdivision: Chelaque
Zoning: Residential
School System
Out Of Area Elementary
Out Of Area Middle
Out Of Area High


Other Rooms: Laundry Room, Master Bath, Master Bedroom, Rec Room  Fireplaces: 1 Rooms with Fireplaces: Living Room  Flooring: Hardwood Basement & Foundation: Finished, Full, Walkout  Other Features: Counters-Granite, Kitchen/Dining Combo, Master BR on Main, Open Floor Plan, Smoke Detector(s), Tile, Walk In Closet(s), Washer/Dryer Connection, Wetbar 


Porch, Patio, Decking Detail:  Back Covered Patio, Deck, Front Covered Porch Roof: Metal Exterior Finish: Block, Log Garage: None Other Exterior: Driveway-Concrete, Satellite Dish, Storage Shd/Outbldgs, Window-Dbl Pane


Listing by Remax Real Estate Ten Of Morristown
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