MILLTOWN

Now Selling Townhomes
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1620 South Watkins St.
Chatanooga, TN 37404

Now Selling
Price Range: Townhomes From the Low $300’s + Single Family Cottages from the mid $400’s
Sq.Ft. Range: 1,214 – 1,920

Join Parkside Builder’s new urban living community! Mill Town is located in the Historic Oak Grove Neighborhood next to the revitalized Historic Coosa Mill features single family cottages + townhomes. Our homes are thoughtfully designed with open floor plans, modern kitchens, and space for entertaining. No matter which style of home you choose, you will have low maintenance living + professional lawn care included as part of the monthly HOA dues.

Just two miles from downtown, the choice is yours- drive, walk or bike to area attractions such as the Chattanooga Zoo, Sculpture Fields at Montague Park, or explore a local brewery.

Charming Homes, Flexible Designs

Make a statement with our low-maintenance James Hardie® fiber cement siding, available in a variety of vibrant colors so you can truly personalize your home. Porches and balconies encourage outdoor living and help build bonds with neighbors. Open floor plans offer bonus rooms, flex areas, and large entertaining spaces with spacious kitchen islands, perfect for get-togethers with friends and family.


Now Selling: Single Family + Townhomes

To learn more about Parkside Builders and our newest Chattanooga community, contact us today:

 


Laura Brown

Community Sales Manager
615-241-5355
lbrown@goparkside.net

 

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Parkside Builders

403 Long Hollow Pike | Suite 205
Goodlettsville, TN 37072

Mailing Address

PO Box 1026
Gallatin, TN 37066

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The information contained herein is preliminary in nature and though deemed reliable is not guaranteed. Prices, features, locations and other content is subject to change without notice. Square footages are estimates. Models do not reflect racial preference.