Become a part of this history by purchasing this completely renovated 1900 home. Popular granite counter tops, granite work island, new cabinets, and appliances, make up the kitchen. Maple Hardwood floors in living room and throughout the home. Master bedroom and additional have modern glass door and tiled showers. Twelve-foot ceilings. Covered wrap around porch and back porch screened for evening relaxing. Separate deeded driveway and storage shed behind the home that exits conveniently on the side street allowing for ease of accessibility and ample off-street parking. Much more to view so look at the photographs and call for your private showing. St Elmo History: The St. Elmo Historic District, or St. Elmo for short, is a neighborhood in the city of Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is situated in the southernmost part of Hamilton County within the valley of Lookout Mountain below the part of the Tennessee River known as Moccasin Bend. St Elmo is at the crossroads of two ancient Indian trails and was first occupied by Native American hunters and gatherers in the Woodland period, then agricultural Mississippians, including Euchee and Muscogee, and for a brief period between 1776 and 1786, the Cherokees in a community called Lookout Town. St. Elmo became part of the city of Chattanooga when it was annexed in September 1929. Hundreds of properties in the neighborhood were listed on the National Register in 1982, and in 1996 St. Elmo was designated a Historic District. Many of the buildings from the late 19th and early 20th century have been preserved. A St. Elmo resident is an 'Elmoian'. Join the other Elmoian's and become a part of this St. Elmo history.
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