Highlights

  • 3192 sq ft Heated and Cooled 
  • Acres: 2.67 The house sits on subdivision Lot #16 on hillside, and Lot #15 is adjacent.
  • Built:  in 2000;
  • City Water;
  • Septic Field;
  • Energy Efficient – This is an all electric home which was awarded “Energy Star” status in 2000;  It has two Heat Pumps each with its own Aux. Heaters that come on in temperatures below 32′.
  • Utility Bills for October 2015 – Sept. 2016 our average Utility Bill was $182.26/month.
  • The highest bill was $284 for Feb and Lowest was $80 for July.
  • Main Level is a circular-design home which is inherently Energy Efficient.  Deltec Homes, Asheville, NC. website states:Deltec Homes are enhanced with tight construction, extended overhangs, flow through roof venting, and wall thickness upgrades.”  This deltec home has:
    • Very tight construction techniques;
    • Extended Roof Overhang to 3′ 9″, provides shade until late in day;
    • Flow-through Roof Venting*.
    • 4″ x 6″ outside walls utilized to fill with Blown-In Cellulose Insulation at R-19.8;
      • Attic has double insulation with both the blown-in Cellulose, sheets of Fiberglass on top of cellulose, and have .
      • All windows have “low-emissivity glass. Low-e glass, as it is commonly known, is specially coated with metal oxides to contain indoor heat, repel outdoor heat and ultraviolet rays and yet allow visible light to pass. Low-e glass looks practically like ordinary glass — it may have a slight tint — but is more energy efficient, affords greater comfort year-round and reduces fading of interior.” (http://www.nytimes.com/1992/03/21/news/let-there-be-light-but-not-heat-cold-or-ultraviolet-rays.html.)
      • *Molded Polystyrene Ventilation Baffles” were stapled to the plywood sheathing in each rafter bay to form channels that hold the insulation at bay and direct incoming air upward, and out the vents at the top center point of the roof of this house.
      • Lower Level – has a foundation constructed of Insulated Concrete Forms – seventeen styrofoam panels 8′ wide by 12′ high and 12″ thick are tightly glued together, put in place at the job site and filled with just the right consistency of liquid cement.  The Insulation value of this type of construction is “up to R-50.  (www.reddi-wall.com website). The basement wall are 12” thick.
  • Other Upgrades include:
  • Insulated Double Oversized Garage Door with Daylights;
  • Electric Lift-Master Remote Control and/or Keyless Opener:
  • Vaulted Ceilings to 12′ in all rooms except the Family Room and 3rd Bedroom;
  • Central heat & air in entire house with two heat pumps (Upper & Lower Units-The Upper was replaced in 2013;
  • Underground Utilities (the first house in the subdivision that has this);
  • Ceiling Fans/Light Fixtures in 3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and Great Room;
  • Central Electrolux Vacuum on both levels;
  • Venmar Electronic Air Exchange Unit on Main Level – relieves allergies;
  • Sound reducing cellulose insulation in all inside walls;
  • Attic has pull-down ladder for accessibility;
  • Bedrooms and Living Areas are pre-wired for Cable TV;
  • AT&T Home Phone and Wireless Internet throughout the house. (Optic Cable Connection);
  • Security System w/monitoring for a monthly fee of about $9/month;
  • Keyless Front Entrance;
  • Handicap Accessible with a ramp up to deck;
  • RV parking with full hook-ups;
  • Oversized Driveway includes: approx. 3637 sq ft Asphalt Driveway, and two grassed-over gravel driveways,
  • Roof is reinforced clear span at optimum pitch of 6/12 for wind deflection and reduced lift; with Asphalt Shingles with 30-year Warranty – recently inspected and claimed to be “in very good condition”.
  • Flooring: Combination of Carpet,  Alloc (the original laminate – “the first and only” HPL high pressured laminate which cost almost the same as hardwood flooring at the time with very little maintenance;
  • Laundry Tub in Workshop
  • Water and drain in Garage;
  • Lots of Storage Areas;
  • Two Motion Detector Lights outside;
  • Newly Replaiced:
    • Main Floor Heat Pump in Dec. 29, 2012;
    • New Washer & Dryer – Sept. 2013;
    • New Samsung Free Standing Range with Double Ovens – New Jan. 2014;
    • New Water Heater, Nov. 2014;
    • Living Areas freshly painted – March 2015;
    • Deck Power Cleaned and Painted and new railings installed June 2015.
  • Property Taxes in 2015: $1,099
  • Other Deltec Homes features:
    • guaranteed use of only high-quality construction materials;
      • ie: 5-ply 5/8” Plywood sheathing is used in all exterior walls, the roof, and floor systems (floor system consists of two layers of plywood sheathing making almost 1″ sub-floor.  (no squeaks in the floor)’
      • Over use of Multiple Construction Ties and Continuous Metal Strapping of roof and floor trusses which give fortified stability to the home – making this house two times stronger than traditionally-built homes.
      • In 46 years no Deltec home has been lost to a hurricane or tropical storm.  (This type of home is a  favorite along the shore.
      • Reddi-Wall modern construction techniques all add to the durability of this home.

This home is located in Parrottsville, TN, 52 miles east of Knoxville, and 40 miles north and east of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge
Three more adjacent lots are available from a different owner

Updated: Nov. 4  2016
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