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Lot 23 Bluejay Ln
Rutledge, TN 37861

FOR SALE
Price: $64,900  Price Per ft²: List Date: 2021-06-23  DOM:  126
City Tax: $0 County Tax: $300

Lot Size: 0.97 acre(s)Lot Dimensions: 104 x 401 IRRLand Type: Lot/Tract, Residentia Other Features: Additional Road Frontage Permitted: Site Built Only 
Water & Sewage: At Road, PublicUtilities Available: Cable Available, Electricity Available

Description

Double lot in Cherokee Cove Estates offering Cherokee Lake and mountain views as well as lake access. No HOA! This 0.97 acre lot runs from Redbird Ln to Bluejay Ln. Lot is mostly cleared with some woods at the back on Redbird Ln side. Restricted to site built homes only with a minimum of 1200 sq ft for a rancher and 2800 sq ft for 2 story home. Electric and public water are available at the road; septic needed. Each lot perked for 3 bedroom septic at time of development. Seller will not separate. Build your Cherokee Lake home and start living the TN Lake Life!

Community Information

Geographical
County: Grainger
Subdivision:
Zoning: Residential
School System
Out Of Area Elementary
Rutledge Middle
Grainger Co. High

Interior

Exterior

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Listing by Remax Real Estate Ten Of Morristown
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