I have had a few of our readers call me to inquire about how to get permission to fish at Lakewood. I told them that I go fishing with a member of the association and fellow homeowner at Lakewood.
If you are part of the association at Lakewood, do you have a provision in your bylaws for associate membership that would allow a non homeowner to fish providing that he paid a certain fee each year. Please contact me if there is a provision for that. If not, perhaps you should consider that as a way to fund extra improvements at Lakewood.
Friday, March 23, 2007
Just wanted to update our readers on what is happening in Lakewood.
First of all, in our last post we mentioned the two lots on Elm Lane selling. Those lots have now been cleared of trees and are being prepared for a very very very nice home.
The home I mentioned on Juniper now has a contract. Folks, almost at quick as property is listed at lakewood(if listed at reasonable price),they are selling.
There is still another property listed that we mentioned in an earlier post that is located at 460 Oak Ridge Road. This home(in picture above) is listed by one of my good friends. I did some research on this home and it does have lake frontage but the lake is a good distance behind the house and hidden by trees.I have to say that I really like this house. It is really layed out well and my favorite part is the workshop in the basement. I predict that this home will get a contract soon. Call me to view this home before it gets away. Mike 800-896-8016 cell 731-589-7841
Monday, March 19, 2007
Yesterday,I took my wife and two little girls to our friend's house on Elm Lane in Lakewood. We took our rod and reels,cane pole, and worms and fished off their boat dock.Boy did we catch the fish. My two daughters Lauren and Erin started catching bream one after another. My wife(Gail) caught a nice catfish. Then our host, James caught a very nice crappie. We must have caught a total of about 50 fish including several little bass that we threw back. James and I cleaned fish last night and we are planning a fish fry tonight.
I mentioned in one of my last posts about selling two lots at lakewood. I can now tell you those two lots were across the street from where I was fishing yesterday.
The total paid for both lots was $33,500. They have somewhere between 300 and 400 feet of lake frontage.After looking at their proposed plans, I expect construction costs to exceed $500,000.
Lakewood is so peaceful and relaxing and just a great place to live. If you are thinking of buying Tennessee lakefront property you will not find a better place than Lakewood. And, if you live in Lakewood and are thinking of selling, there has never been a better time to sell your property. Call me today to buy or sell in Lakewood. Mike 731-589-7841