Jim Morrison Development – Upscale Simplicity

Located among acres of serene, untouched land on Signal Mountain, the Union Stables subdivision is home to this country Craftsman. The 3,100-square-foot dwelling includes four bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms. The main floor is defined by the open floor plan design, which features a kitchen with clean white cabinetry and stormy gray countertops, a cozy breakfast nook, and a living area with a homey fireplace. Off the side of the living room is a separated dining room for private family gatherings. The master suite is also on the main floor and overlooks the large, flat backyard that backs up to quiet, rural landscape. Extending off the side of the master suite and the back of the main living area is a covered back porch with a gas log fireplace; a perfect space for family time or entertaining guests. The second floor provides ample space with three additional bedrooms, and a bonus room with a patio that overlooks the backyard. The amenities and design of this home bring convenience and comfort to the mountain.

 

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