Council Fire subdivision homes for sale in Chattanooga, TN

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Council Fire Subdivision is located in the East Brainerd area of Chattanooga. It is partially in Tennessee and Georgia and is surrounded by one of the best golf courses in the area.

The 480-acres bounded by Chickamauga Creek, placed nearly equally in Tennessee and Georgia, were at the center of Cherokee life from earliest times until the coming of the settlers around 1835. The surrounding area was ideal for the tribes of Cherokees, who depended upon the nearby creek for water for bathing, cooking and fishing, on the land for farming and on the woods and fields for hunting. Cherokees who lived in this area built houses from bark and skins, not the traditional teepees we expect. The great chief Sequoyah developed a written alphabet, and the Cherokees eventually published their own newspaper entitled The Phoenix. Inside each tribe, there existed a loose form of democracy, with each adult having an equal say in decisions of all sorts, including selection of the tribal chief. These meetings were usually held in the Council House around a central fire. Local legends tell that there still exists in the nearby woods a group of stones, carefully hewn and set in place that once encircled the Cherokee’s council fire. It is this legend that gave Council Fire its name.

The schools in this area include East Brainerd Elementary and East Hamiliton School.

The streets located in this subdivision include Iron Wood Trail, Yellow Hammer Rd, Night Hawk Rd, Raven Wolf Rd, Scrapeshin Trail, Council Fire Dr, Dancing Fern Trail, Rain Dance Cir, Firecreek Dr, White Eagle Trail, and Blackwell Farm Rd.

Council Fire subdivision homes for sale in Ringgold, GA

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Council Fire Subdivision is located in the East Brainerd area of Chattanooga. It is partially in Tennessee and Georgia and is surrounded by one of the best golf courses in the area.

The 480-acres bounded by Chickamauga Creek, placed nearly equally in Tennessee and Georgia, were at the center of Cherokee life from earliest times until the coming of the settlers around 1835. The surrounding area was ideal for the tribes of Cherokees, who depended upon the nearby creek for water for bathing, cooking and fishing, on the land for farming and on the woods and fields for hunting. Cherokees who lived in this area built houses from bark and skins, not the traditional teepees we expect. The great chief Sequoyah developed a written alphabet, and the Cherokees eventually published their own newspaper entitled The Phoenix. Inside each tribe, there existed a loose form of democracy, with each adult having an equal say in decisions of all sorts, including selection of the tribal chief. These meetings were usually held in the Council House around a central fire. Local legends tell that there still exists in the nearby woods a group of stones, carefully hewn and set in place that once encircled the Cherokee’s council fire. It is this legend that gave Council Fire its name.

The schools in this area include East Brainerd Elementary and East Hamiliton School.

The streets located in this subdivision include Iron Wood Trail, Yellow Hammer Rd, Night Hawk Rd, Raven Wolf Rd, Scrapeshin Trail, Council Fire Dr, Dancing Fern Trail, Rain Dance Cir, Firecreek Dr, White Eagle Trail, and Blackwell Farm Rd.

The Canyons subdivision homes for sale in Hixson, TN

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The Canyons at Falling Water is a new development in Hixson, Tennessee. This is a restricted planned unit development. It will consist of approx. 200 houses when completed. It will have a community clubhouse and pool. It is located 8-10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is in Hamilton County, Tennessee and not subject to city taxes.

One of Hixson’s most beautiful communities. Approximately 10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga yet quiet and secluded with views of Signal Mountain. Gorgeous homes with stone and craftsman accents dot this neighborhood. Generous sized lots have plenty of room for landscaping and gardening enthusiasts. The Clubhouse and pool are centrally located for convenient access from all areas of the community. A quiet, peaceful lifestyle can be found at The Canyons at Falling Water!

The schools for this area are Falling Water Elementary, Red Bank Middle, and Red Bank High School.

The streets in the subdivision are Sunset Canyon Dr, Deer Valley Dr, Canyon Edge Ln, Clear Canyon Dr, Deep Canyon Rd, Canyon Crest, Dry Canyon Ln, Heartfield Ct

The Canyons At Falling Water subdivision homes for sale in Hixson, TN

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The Canyons at Falling Water is a new development in Hixson, Tennessee. This is a restricted planned unit development. It will consist of approx. 200 houses when completed. It will have a community clubhouse and pool. It is located 8-10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is in Hamilton County, Tennessee and not subject to city taxes.

The Canyons at Falling community Water offers a dynamic location close to downtown and Hixson shopping and restaurants. Stunning views of Signal Mountain and a bucolic setting also make this neighborhood a special destination. Pratt Home’s newest home design called The Cumberland Falls is now under construction. The versatile plan offers both a master on the main along with another bedroom or study on the main floor. The large kitchen and breakfast room area open up to a spacious great room highlighted with a coffered ceiling. Retreat upstairs to find three bedrooms, two full baths and a huge bonus room. Great location and value make this home a solid investment for years to come.

The schools for this area are Falling Water Elementary, Red Bank Middle, and Red Bank High School.

The streets in the subdivision are Sunset Canyon Dr, Deer Valley Dr, Canyon Edge Ln, Clear Canyon Dr, Deep Canyon Rd, Canyon Crest, Dry Canyon Ln, Heartfield Ct

Chattanooga foreclosure list for the week of November the 6th

foreclosure-ratess-443ecf5db1b9e998_largePosted today are the Chattanooga area foreclosures for the week of November the 6th. As a ReMax agent in the Hixson, Chattanooga, Ooltewah, and Signal Mountain area markets, Brandi Pearl Thompson can reach your needs to buy a home or sell your house. This is a partial list of my emailed newsletter of Chattanooga foreclosure