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Beautiful Historic Lenoir City Home

306 N Hill Street

Lenoir City, TN 37771

MLS: 1119801

Offered At: $249,900

About The Property:

Known as the Earley House, this beautiful 1909 home has been completely renovated to maintain all of it's original character while adding stunning modern touches. The home boasts a large covered front porch perfect for coffee or cocktails, an open floor plan (so rare in historic homes) new kitchen with plenty of work and storage space, an exposed brick fireplace (non-working) as the focal point of the dining and living rooms, main level master bedroom with en-suite bath and walk in closet, and a main level laundry room. Original staircase leads to the 2nd level bedrooms and bath. Finishes throughout accentuating period charm with new electrical, plumbing, kitchen, baths, roof and far too many updates to list. All on a lg level yard in an area of historic homes in Downtown Lenoir City.

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The Area:

Lenoir City is a suburban city in Loudon County. Located on the outskirts of the greater metropolitan Knoxville area. Lenoir City has a strong commercial base on Highway 321, coupled with a very charming Historic Downtown Area. Lenoir City is home to a great school system, a new state of the art Public Library, and a beautifully designed Park System. Nationally known as the “Lake Capital of the South.” This reference originates from the fact that Lenoir City is surrounded by three beautiful lakes (Tellico, Fort Loudoun, and Watts Bar), which offer many recreational opportunities. The land is nestled in a fertile valley where the Tennessee and Little Tennessee rivers meet, with the Smokies looming to the east and the Cumberland Plateau to the west (tnvacation.com & lenoircity.gov). 

Nearby Eats: 

Calhouns at the Marina With serene dockside stylishness, this Calhoun’s is right on the water’s edge overlooking one of Tennessee’s largest marinas just above Ft. Loudon Dam a very relaxing atmosphere with seating on our covered decks facing the dock, boats and Ft. Loudon Lake. Nightly Entertainment on the deck, (select nights/weather permitting). 4550 City Park Drive, Lenoir City, TN 37772

Ugly Mug Coffee Modeled after Ugly Mug Coffee in Memphis, TN, Ugly Mug Lenoir City brings quality coffee to the corner of Broadway & B in Historic Downtown Lenoir City. 108 S. B Street, Lenoir City, TN 37772

Citico's Restaurant Inside a beautiful Inn nestled in the WindRiver Community and on the shore of serene Tellico Lake, awaits an unforgettable dining experience. Citico’s Restaurant features intimate, reservation-preferred dining and seasonal, farm-to-table dishes. Enjoy lakeside sunsets from every white-linen table. 2698 Oakum Court, Lenoir City, TN 37772

The Burgers Lenoir City 
Hand-patty burgers from USDA choice ground beef seasoned to perfection, chicken sandwiches made from fresh, succulent chicken breasts, marinated at least 48 hours and grilled to perfections or lightly fried Charleston-style. Eat, Drink, and Enjoy It! 540 Highway 321, Lenoir City, TN 37771

Tic-Toc Ice Cream Parlor 29 flavors of Premium Homemade ice cream served in glass dishes or 3 kinds of cones. Shakes, floats, sundaes, banana splits and ice cream sodas. The best ice cream ever!  Open April – October. 504 Grove St. Loudon, TN 37774

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Things To Do:

The many beautiful lakes and rivers in Loudon County are known for their wide array of spectacular water activities, including fishing, boating, swimming, waterskiing, canoeing and kayaking. But Loudon County, a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, has a variety of other recreational opportunities for visitors year-round.

Antiques Loudon County is full of wonderful treasures and some of the best can be found on the Highway 11 Antique Trail, beginning in historic Lenoir City and continuing on to Loudon and Sweetwater.

Golf Beautiful Loudon County is home to several top-rated golf courses, designed by some of the sport’s biggest names, including Greg Norman.

Festivals and Celebrations When it comes to festivals and having a good time, Loudon County always has something happening in the spring, summer, winter and fall!

Fort Loudoun Lake on the Tennessee River at Knoxville, is a popular destination for recreation and is known for great bass fishing, boating and birdwatching.

Sports and Recreation The many beautiful lakes and rivers in Loudon County are known for their wide array of spectacular water activities, including fishing, boating, waterskiing, canoeing and kayaking. But Loudon County, a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, has a variety of other recreational opportunities for visitors year-round.

To find out more about Lenoir City and the Loudon County area visit Visit Loudon County.

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For more information or to schedule your private tour of this home please contact us! 

 Lainey Jones
 Broker, Great Life RE brokered by eXp Realty
 License: 311640

 
  Eleanor Cippel
  Affiliate Broker, Great Life RE brokered by eXp Realty
  License: 338572

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