Fairfield Glade building lots set for auction

FAIRFIELD GLADE – Seventy-five home sites in the Fairfield Glade community will be offered at auction Wednesday, Nov. 9.

Roanoke’s Woltz & Associates is marketing the properties and conducting the live auction, according to a release issued this week. Officials representing the firm said it’s “the perfect time” to sell and area construction activity remains high. Fairfield Glade, which boasts 11 lakes for boating or fishing, five championship golf courses, swimming pools, fitness facilities and endless walking and hiking trails, was named as one of the 50 best master-planned communities in the United States in 2013.

“The investors who own these home sites believe it’s time to get them sold and put them into the hands of people who will build on them, creating jobs and giving a boost to the local economy,” said Russell Seneff, who is managing the auction for Woltz. “There’s some nice momentum in the community, with a healthy amount of construction under way.”

Property addresses vary and include Stonehenge Drive, Benwick Court, Snead Drive, Beachwood Drive and more; each lot will be located with an auction lot sign.Bidders may bid on any combination of home sites, from one site to the entirety. Online bidding will be available by prior arrangement.

“The location couldn’t be better — convenient to Nashville and Chattanooga,” Seneff said. “There are some incredible sites in the auction, and folks may get these lots at prices that will set them up with a lifestyle that’s affordable and yet provides incredible amenities.”

The auction will begin at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Fairfield Glade Community & Conference Center, 128 Stonehenge Drive. Auction personnel will be available at the conference center from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30, to accommodate inspections and provide detailed information. Individuals seeking additional information may call (800) 551-3588 or visit woltz.com.

Woltz & Associates markets high-value real estate throughout the United States, with an emphasis on the Mid-Atlantic Region.

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