About This 1907 Tudor Revival In Chattanooga Tennessee
A home this special does not come along often! Sitting atop historic and scenic Missionary Ridge, this Tudor Revival cottage was built in 1907 for Sanford Bennett of Bennett-Hubbard Candy in Chattanooga. It boasts a phenomenal oversized lot that is absolutely captivating! Unique cobblestone detailing as well as classic half-timbering and a jerkinhead roof give the home so much charm.
With three Bedrooms, two Full Bathrooms, and space for the now essential Home Office, this property provides not only beauty but function. Don’t miss this truly incredible opportunity to own a piece of Missionary Ridge that has not been publicly available for almost 50 years! The interior has an abundance of natural light and historic character, featuring 12 ft ceilings, multiple built-ins, carved staircase railing, and beautiful crown molding.
The home has been exceptionally cared for with updated electrical, refinished original hardwoods, and meticulously restored knotty pine walls in the Office/Den. The Main Level hosts Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Kitchen, Study, and Office/Den while Bedrooms and Full Baths are Upstairs. The home has an open and airy flow throughout, and a majority of the Main Level has been newly painted.
Upstairs, the Primary Bedroom includes an ensuite which is not common for a home of this age, and it has been updated with modern vanity, tile, and Kohler fixtures. The other Full Bathroom has a lovely vintage feel with a tiled walk-in shower and shower bench. Positioned away from the road, this impressive homesite offers wonderful privacy, endless expansion opportunities, in addition to partial mountain views. T
here is so much to be appreciated about this home, not to mention the convenience and proximity to Downtown Chattanooga, hiking trails, hospitals, and schools. Call to request your private tour today! 64 S Crest is waiting for you!