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5106 Alabama Ave, Chattanooga, TN 37409

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St Elmo
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5106 Alabama Ave, Chattanooga, TN, 37409
Built to be energy efficient and low-maintenance, 5106 Alabama Ave, offered by Greentech Homes, Chattanooga's Premier Builder, is the perfect home for those on the go! Her two story vaulted ceiling offers elegance and abundant light making this carefree living home a real winner. Designed with an eat-in kitchen, no formal dining room to furnish, a great front porch for relaxing and over-sized bedrooms, this home could be the answer for your long and unsuccessful home search. She has a great attached 2 car garage, which is very rare for Historic St. Elmo!! She also could be an IDEAL rental home for investors or Airbnb enthusiasts. With walkability to local pubs, coffee shops and restaurants nearby, not sure why you're waiting....come see her today!
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Built to be energy efficient and low-maintenance, 5106 Alabama Ave, offered by Greentech Homes, Chattanooga's Premier Builder, is the perfect home for those on the go! Her two story vaulted ceiling offers elegance and abundant light making this carefree living home a real winner. Designed with an eat-in kitchen, no formal dining room to furnish, a great front porch for relaxing and over-sized bedrooms, this home could be the answer for your long and unsuccessful home search. She has a great attached 2 car garage, which is very rare for Historic St. Elmo!! She also could be an IDEAL rental home for investors or Airbnb enthusiasts. With walkability to local pubs, coffee shops and restaurants nearby, not sure why you're waiting....come see her today!

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St. Elmo
Historic St. Elmo is situated in the southernmost part of Hamilton County within the valley of Lookout Mountain below the part of the Tennessee River known as Moccasin Bend. St Elmo is at the crossroads of two ancient Indian trails, and was first occupied by Native American hunters and gatherers in the Woodland period. The Cherokees in the community called it Lookout Town. St. Elmo became part of the city of Chattanooga when it was annexed in September 1929.

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