Missionary Ridge (Chattanooga, TN)
By Paula McDaniel, Voted Best of the Best Chattanooga Realtor 9 Years
(The Paula McDaniel Group with Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC)
Missionary Ridge – Historic 1928 Home $159,000200 Ridge Avenue MLS# 1178155 Enjoy the scenic brow views from this historic 1928 Missionary Ridge home!! Featuring hardwood flooring and generous moldings throughout most of the home. 3 spacious bedrooms, formal living room with built-in shelves on both sides of the wood burning fireplace that opens to the formal dining room. The eat-in kitchen offers a large pantry. There is a den/rec room/office off the dining area with door leading to the entertaining decks and screen porch to take in the breathtaking views! There is an unfinished basement with lots of storage and workshop space as well. This home is nestled among luxury homes on a quite, lightly traveled street and walking distance to Bragg Point Reservation. Great area for walking and...
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By Julia Odom, Chattanooga Homes for Sale
(Select Realty Professionals)
Before there were historic homes in Chattanooga, there was, well, history. Nowhere is that more evident than along Missionary Ridge. On the morning of November 25, 1863, General US Grant's Union Army began its attack on Confederate General Braxton Bragg and his troops which occupied Missionary Ridge and the slopes below. The Union victory here was decisive, leaving strategic Chattanooga firmly in the hands of the Northern Army and set the stage for the march to Atlanta by General Sherman. Many monuments to the fallen & victorious remain along the Crest Road, which is divided into North Crest and South Crest. The historic nature of the homes, many of which were built in the early to mid 20th century, along with stunning views of either downtown Chattanooga or the Brainerd area and beyond...
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