Seven Lakes subdivision homes for sale in Ooltewah

seven lakes subdivision

Seven Lakes subdivision is a premier, gated, residential community in Ooltewah, Tennessee.

Seven Lakes subdivision is located nestled in the shadow of White Oak Mountain in Ooltewah, the neighborhood can be accessed by Georgetown-Ooltewah Road.

DESCRIPTION from the Times Free Press and seven lakes facebook page.

It features Craftsman style homes ranging in price from the $180,000 to the $350,000 range. There are gorgeous views of White Oak Mountain as well as scenic views of the valley. There is also a community pool and clubhouse for events as well as sidewalks, walking trails, playground (coming soon!), and several community lakes. You owe it to yourself to come see this great neighborhood.

The pricing for the Seven Lakes subdivision homes start at $169,000 for a single-level, two-bedroom, three-bath, 1,350-square-foot home and goes up to $349,900 for a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath, two-story 2,600-square-foot home with $250 homeowners’ association initiation fee; yearly dues of $250 to cover maintenance of lakes and fountains, the pool and clubhouse, gated entry and security system. Developers plan additional outdoor amenities including a playground and recreational area.
Some of the great features of the Seven Lakes subdivision homes happen to be Craftsman homes feature granite, wood floors and custom cabinetry throughout. Most include an optionally finished bonus room over a two-car garage. Exteriors consist of stacked stone and Hardie siding along with great amenities such as streetlights and mailboxes are provided by developers along a street flanked by two sidewalks. Each home in the gated community is tied into a closed-circuit security system with video monitoring at the front gate. The clubhouse has a kitchen, fridge and lounge area and is suitable for entertaining. The developer Emerson Russell has created a great environment with the Seven Lakes subdivision in Ooltewah,TN.

Information courtesy of the Seven Lakes Subdivision and The Chattanooga Times Free Press