Custom Home in Fairview / Williamson County, TN
7104 Chessington Drive - Fairview, TN
This custom home is located in Castleberry Farm, one of Fairview's finest residential communities. This home is being sold via online auction for the Living Estate of M.L. Ferrell.
How many times have YOU submitted an offer to purchase only to be told "your offer was rejected and another was selected"? Were you prepared to offer more if given the opportunity? With our ONLINE bidding, you can see the current bid amount at any time - 100% transparent! If you wish to bid more, continue bidding. This is the way homes should be sold in this hot market. Fair - Honest - Totally transparent. The opening bid amount is $275,000.00 Increments are set at a minimum of $5,000, but feel free to bid more if you wish.
The bidding period ends on Tuesday, May 25th at 6:00pm.
There will be several opportunities to view this home.
This home was constructed in 2005 and featured many custom upgrades including Maple cabinets and granite countertops, real hardwood floors. crown moldings, an unusual barrel-vaulted ceiling in the master suite, a huge bonus / media room (which is ideal for entertaining, family & friend gatherings, or your own relaxing getaway) and much more! Many buyers today request a large room for "home schooling" or a remote learning center for the kids - the large 22' x 25' room would be ideal for such activities.
The property has just over 300' of road frontage on Chessington! How is this possible in a subdivision, you might ask? The lot is one of the most unusual in Castleberry Farm - 200' deep on the western boundary, 429' across the rear boundary and 304' across the front. It may be an odd size, but it does provide for a LONG narrow side yard. The rear of the yard has been fenced. Keep kids and pets safely contained.
The home boasts of a main level master suite with 3 additional bedrooms on the second level. FOUR total bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. There is a total of 2,800 square feet of living space in this fine home.What can I say about Fairview most home buyers don't already know? I was born and raised in Fairview and know it is a great community. If you are not aware of the Fairview Nature Park, please do yourself a favor and read about it (see below - description copied from The City of Fairview website about the park).
Stay tuned for interior photos and more details -
Living Room - 14' x 17' (with fireplace)
Kitchen - 12' x 21' (eat-in)
Dining Room - 12' x 14'
Master Bedroom - 18' x 14'
Bedroom 2 - 18' x 14'
Bedroom 3 - 17' x 13'
Bedroom 4 - 12' x 17'
Recreation / Bonus Room - 22' x 25'
David Hudgins, auctioneer - TN Lic#4787
10% Buyers Premium added to bid to determine the final purchase amount.
Bowie Nature Park
Located off Highway 100 approximately 1 mile west of the Highway 100/96 interchange. Bowie Nature Park is home to a Nature Center, over 14 miles of trails, 5 lakes, a large playground, an outdoor classroom, shelters, picnic tables and grills. Bowie Nature Park Activities include: Nature Programs, Camps, Hiking, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Concerts, Picnicking and Bicycling in the 700+ acres. The Nature Center in Bowie Nature Park houses the Bowie Museum, live animals, a classroom and the offices for the Parks Department Staff. Future plans include an ADA accessible trail.