TIMS FORD LAKE
TOTAL LAKE HOMES FOR SALE - TO DATE: 70
TOTAL LAKE HOMES LISTED DURING NOVEMBER: 6
TOTAL LAKE LOTS FOR SALE - TO DATE: 92
TOTAL LAKE LOTS LISTED DURING NOVEMBER: 1
LAKE HOMES SOLD: 0
LAKE LOTS SOLD: 0
October New Listings
view ALL Tims Ford Lake Properties for sale
MLS #1316978 916 Bluff Drive Winchester, TN 37398
cottage in Hopkins Point S/D, great view, close to the water,
this house has an open floor plan, hardwood floor in greatroom,
s/d has very nice POA boat launch area.
MLS #1315279 0 Chestnut Ridge Road Tract 4
tract of land in Lynchburg. Very close to State Park and
Tims Ford Marina.
MLS #1315280 0 Chestnut Ridge Road Tract 2
Nice lot in Lynchburg.
Located close to Tims Ford State Park and Tims Ford Marina.
MLS #1315284 0 Chestnut Ridge Road Lot 1
lot in Moore County.
Close to Tims Ford Marina and Tims Ford State Park. Owner
will reduce price if he builds house.
MLS #1315281 0 Chestnut Ridge Road Lot 2
Nice lot in Moore
County. Close to Tims Ford State Park and Tims Ford
Marina. Owner will reduce price if he builds house.
MLS #1315282 0
Chestnut Ridge Road Lot 3
Nice lot in Moore
County. Close to Tims Ford State Park and Tims Ford Marina.
Owner will reduce price if he builds house.
December 20 - Hanukkah begins
December 21 - Winter
December 25 - Christmas
December 26 - Kwanzaa
December 31 - New
Keep Your Home Safe during the Holidays
Holiday absences and the presence
of an abnormal number of
valuables and gifts make homes more attractive to thieves during
Making a home look occupied is the
best way to prevent a break-in.
This means keeping the sidewalks and driveways shoveled and
plowed, having mail and newspapers picked up by neighbors or
having both stopped, and keeping the lights on. A dead
the occupant is gone is a home that has been lit up for weeks
holiday decorations and then is suddenly dark.
If people are home at Christmas,
the lights are on, a dark house looks
Keeping presents away from windows
also is wise. Homeowners
should pull shades or curtains if a Christmas tress is in a room
If it is right by the main window
and the presents are piled up, other
people can see the presents too. If it can be seen, not
only can the
neighbors see it, but criminals can see it too.
Homeowners also should be concerned about preventing theft from
their garages and vehicles, which during the holidays may
People know there are going to be
gifts in the house, obviously, it is
easy pickings, the criminals will know there's more stuff in the
Be festive; be safe
More holiday tips:
Mail gifts or gift cards with money or checks from a postal
drop box or post office.
Get a timer for indoor and outdoor lights.
Turn a radio on when away from home.
Have neighbors watch your home.
Keep vehicles locked when in the driveway.
Don't store gifts in garage or in other exterior structures on
Have someone walk around your home and leave tracks in the
Break down boxes from holiday gifts and put in trash
receptacle or recycle bin rather than setting them out by the
Put gifts away in the home after opening instead of leaving
them under the tree.
Preventing holiday fires
annually cause 2,600 injuries and result in
more than $930 million in damages. Here are some tips
United States Fire Administration.
Check smoke detectors and replace batteries.
Trees should be fresh; on a fresh tree, needles should be
green and hard to pull back from the branches.
Do not place your tree close to a heat source - a fireplace, a
heat vent, candles or ash trays.
Do not put your live tree up too early or leave it up for
longer than two weeks. Keep the tree stand full with water at
Never put tree branches or needles in a fireplace or
wood-burning stove. Dispose of trees at a recycling center or
through a community pickup service.
Never burn used wrapping paper in a fireplace. It can throw
off dangerous sparks and produce a chemical buildup in the home
that could cause an explosion.
Before putting them up each year, inspect holiday lights for
frayed wires, bare spots, gaps in the insulation, broken or
cracked sockets and excessive kinking or wear. Use only lighting
listed by an approved testing laboratory.
Do not link more than three light strands, unless the
directions indicate doing so is safe. If using an extension
cord, connect light strings to the cord before plugging it into
the outlet. Make sure to periodically check the wires; they
should not be warm to the touch.
Lit lights should not be left unattended.
All decorations, including artificial trees, should be
nonflammable or flame-retardant and placed away from heat vents.
Use candles in stable holders and place them where they cannot
easily be knocked down. Never put lit candles on a tree.
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