Looking for a piece of history? This home was built in 1914 (Harriman was founded in 1890). One of the older homes in the community, it is believed to have been a Peach Orchard at one time. In the 50's, it became known as the Grant house. Yet, Leo Grant always called it Land's End Farm. Leo was a carpenter, he made his fortune through a janitorial business. Mrs. Grant was known through out the area for her gardens. Several of her flowers are still on the property including wild roses, narcissus, peony, and bluebells. Many parts of the house are original including the hardwoods, bench storage (2nd floor landing), and giant 32'x11'11 front porch. Some parts have been updated though out the years, windows, kitchen cabinetry (custom made), bathrooms (1950's). The house is dream come true forthose who prefer the 1900's charm. 10' ceilings, a real butlers pantry, mudroom, laundry room, and craft room (all separated). Lake view visible from Master Bedroom and Bedroom #3. Detached garage can hold 6 cars (4 on the main level and 2 on the upper level). Short drive to Turkey Creek and Oak Ridge. Seller is providing a 1 year home warranty for buyer in order to ensure the safe keeping of this amazing home. Come see inside today!
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