NOTABLE SALES

Notable Sales | May 2019

Woodland Ridge | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Brooke Dill

 

Tecumseh Way | Loudon, Tennessee | sold by Jen Dunn and Amy Moody

 

Ivy Lake Drive | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Debbie Elliott-Sexton

 

Swan Falls Way | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Elizabeth Wright

 

Bonnie Roach Lane | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Annie Turner

 

Marble View Drive | Kingston, Tennessee | sold by Angie Riedl

 

Touraine Place | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Whitney Ray-Dawson

 

Congratulations to all of our agents on a great month!

Notable Sales

Notable Sales | April 2019

Duncan Road | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Whitney Ray-Dawson

 

Sheffield Drive | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Angie Riedl

 

Rudder Lane | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Elizabeth Wright

 

  

Villa Forest Way | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Amy Moody

 

Boxwood Square | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Melinda Grimac

 

Palm Beach Way | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Elizabeth Wright

 

Forest Heights Road | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Angie Riedl

 

Congratulations to all of our agents on a great month!

 

 

 

Notable Sales

March 2019

 

Westcliff Court | Harriman, Tennessee | sold by Dakotah Brown

 

 

Rigsby Gap Road | Pikeville, Tennessee | sold by Sandy Poe

 

 

Abners Ridge Drive | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Whitney Ray-Dawson

 

 

South Ninth Street | Watauga, Tennessee | sold by Sandy Poe

 

 

Windingbrooke Lane | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Annie Turner

 

Congratulations to all of our agents on a great month!

Notable Sales

Notable Sales | January 2019

Lorimar Place | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Angie Riedl

 

Preston Landing Way | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Elizabeth Wright

 

Kingston Pike | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Whitney Ray-Dawson

 

High Heath | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Annie Turner and Whitney Ray-Dawson

 

Noelton Drive | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Jen Dunn

 

South Gay Street | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Melinda Grimac

 

Congratulations to all our agents on a great month!

Celebrate National Cake Day!

Today is the “unofficial” day to celebrate all that is cake. This has to be one of the best “unofficial” holidays ever.

In most homes, the kitchen is the heart and below are some of our favorite kitchens to bake, decorate, cook, eat, savor and love!

Rudder Lane | listed with Debbie Elliott-Sexton

 

Cake is happiness! If you know the way of the cake, you know the way of happiness! If you have a cake in front of you, you should not look any further for joy!     

C. JoyBell C.

 

Bay Pointe Road | list with Angie Riedl

 

Where there is cake, there is hope. And there is always cake.

Dean Koontz

 

Laurel Trace | listed with Sandy Poe

 

The great thing about cake is it doesn’t feel like work. You forget about work. Kids, adults, they all get the same look in their eye when they’re decorating cakes. That’s the magic right there.

Duff Goldman

 

 

Bluff Drive | listed with Whitney Ray-Dawson

 

Love is when you have a really amazing piece of cake, and it’s the very last piece, but you let him have it.     

E. Lockhart

 

Gettysvue Drive | listed with Debbie Elliott-Sexton

 

A party without cake is really just a meeting.

Julia Child

 

From us to you……Happy National Cake Day!

 

Each kitchen featured is in a home currently on the market. Please click on the photo for additional information or call our office at 865.357.3232

Notable Sales | April 2018

Notable Sales | April 2018

 

Montreat Court | Andersonville, Tennessee | sold by Melinda Grimac

 

Waters Branch Road | Mountain City, Tennessee | sold by Sandy Poe

 

 

Brixworth Boulevard | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Debbie Elliott-Sexton

 

Bridge Valley Lane | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Angie Riedl

 

Rippling Waters Circle | Sevierville, Tennessee | sold by Theresa Carnathan

 

Chanusi Way | Loudon, Tennessee | sold by Angela Fowler

 

Flotilla Drive | Knoxville, Tennessee | sold by Whitney Ray-Dawson

 

Edgelake Drive | Kingston, Tennessee | sold by Mary Ann Swann

 

Congratulations to all our agents on a great month!

 

 

Extraordinary Feature of the Week | The Master Suite

Extraordinary Feature of the Week | The Master Suite

Your master bedroom is the room you spend the most time in at home. It is a place to rejuvenate, rest and reconnect. 

 

A master suite fireplace conjures up feelings of romance. This fireplace is a beautiful focal point and this master is spacious enough to allow a sitting area while keeping an intimate feel. The adjoining master bath has its own focal point with an over-sized window above the bath and separate vanities providing ample space for two to prep for the day!

  

Choto Road | Knoxville, Tennessee | listed with Sandy Poe 

 

This master suite offers water views and makes every morning a good one! Expansive French doors to a private balcony and windows allow the sun to flood the entire room. Views of the water continue into the bath with a jetted tub to take your stress away.

Jackson Bend Drive | Louisville, Tennessee | listed with Jenny Snodgrass and Julia Jubran

 

Views of mature trees and lush grounds can provide a reprieve like only nature can. This master suite appears to be resting up in the trees and creates a space that is both lovely and peaceful. The claw foot tub in this master bath is ideal for long soaks at the end of the day.

George Lovelace Lane | Knoxville, Tennessee | listed with Whitney Ray-Dawson

 

This bedroom has been designed to specifically take-in the views of the lake and mountains! Take advantage of the deck just steps from your bed to either enjoy morning coffee or late night aperitifs.  An incredible over-sized shower with multiple shower heads will help wake you up and invigorate so you can charge the day.

Riverbend Drive | Dandridge, Tennessee | listed with Deanna Mendenhall-Miller and Paula Kelley

 

This master suite’s more elegant looks is achieved with the arc of the ceiling and the beautifully arched windows. Surrounded by mature trees, this master suite is both soothing and relaxing. The master bath is elegant as well with beautiful cabinetry and delicate lighting.

Rudder Lane | Knoxville, Tennessee | listed with Debbie Elliott-Sexton

 

*For more information about any of these featured homes, please click on the photos or call 865.357.3232*

 

 

Extraordinary Feature | Patios, Porches and Decks

Extraordinary Feature | Patios, Porches and Decks

Living in a part of the country with four distinct temperate seasons allow East Tennessee residents and visitors to enjoy relaxing and entertaining out side all year round. The patio, porch and deck of your personal home provides the perfect environment for you to take advantage of the outdoors no matter the time of year. Styles and amenities can vary but beautiful outdoor spaces are a luxury we all can enjoy.

 

This elevated deck allows for unobstructed views of both the open water and the gorgeous East Tennessee mountains. A covered portion of the porch allows this view to be enjoyed no matter the weather!

Harbour Pointe Road | listed with Sandy Poe

 

This covered stone porch is spacious enough to host guests for cocktails and dinner alfresco yet private for quiet reflection or an afternoon read.

George Lovelace Lane | listed with Whitney Ray-Dawson

 

This screened-in porch with fireplace is a beautiful place to enjoy the outdoors even as the seasons change. Shielded from the elements and with a fireplace for warmth, this porch can be used year round.

Chickadee Circle | listed with Jenny Snodgrass

 

This covered pool and lake side patio is large enough to provide a seating area for you and your guests.  Ample shade allows you to relax and enjoy while still keeping this magnificent view!

Clematis Drive | listed with Sandy Poe

 

This decking takes “mountain view” to the next level! Relax and enjoy each and every season from this tree-top deck.

Little Doubles Road | listed with Deanna Mendenhall-Miller and Paula Kelley

 

*For more information regarding any of the homes, please click on the property photo

Extraordinary Agent of the Week | Whitney Ray-Dawson

Whitney Ray-Dawson | Extraordinary Agent of the Week

 

Whitney Ray-Dawson know that buying or selling a house is one of the largest financial transactions people make in their lifetime. With that in mind, Whitney strives to keep her clients well informed and educated throughout the process. With personal experience in buying, selling, remodeling and building homes in the United States and Costa Rica, plus a master’s degree in conflict resolution, Whitney offers her clients a compassionate, knowing and patient perspective on the buying and selling processes.

Whitney’s love of architecture and interiors was nurtured in the northeast where she grew up outside of Boston in a 1732 Colonial home, and a 1920s New York City co-op. While working towards her BA in Art at The Colorado College in Colorado Springs, CO, Whitney studied architecture and design in Finland. She has lived in Minneapolis, Honolulu, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Rowayton, CT, and, for the last 20 years, Knoxville. While living in LA, Whitney studied interior design at UCLA and worked for several years in the luxury hotel design business.

Whitney completed her master’s degree in Conflict Resolution in 2008 and obtained her real estate license in 2009. Since then, she has earned her ABR, AHWD, e-Pro, GRI, RCS-D, and SRES real estate designations.

Whitney serves on the grievance committee of the Knoxville Area Association of Realtors (KAAR), is a past member of the KAAR Diversity Committee, mediates for The Community Mediation Center, and sits on the boards of Circle Modern Dance, The Clarence Brown Theatre, The Community Mediation Center, and the Tennessee Valley Mediation Association.