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Ferrymans Way

Nestled in the heart of Lookout Valley, Ferrymans Way is a quiet one-street subdivision offering classic farmhouse- and craftsman cottage-style homes ranging in size from 1,700 to nearly 1,900 square feet. The one-level homes feature open-concept living with three bedrooms and two full baths, perfect for families and professionals alike. Highly sought-after amenities such as walk-in pantries, gas log fireplaces, and roomy kitchen islands have been incorporated into these new constructions with convenience in mind. The master bathrooms are furnished with large walk-in showers and double-sink vanities, and some plans even include a soaker tub to add to the spa-like ambience. All Ferrymans Way homes boast a covered porch, ideal for relaxing after a day at work or grilling out with neighbors on the weekend. Lookout Valley is just minutes from downtown Chattanooga – providing a cozy community while remaining near the liveliness of the city.



dishwashwer and farmhouse style sink built into island in kitchen in Chattanooga home

Warehouse Row

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