Apartment Complex for Sale in Manchester TN at Jacoby Jamison Ln

Real Estate Agent with Exit Realty Partners


Multi-Family Real Estate for Sale in Manchester TN at Jacoby Jamison Ln


Jacoby Jamison Ln
Manchester, TN 37355

28 Units




Investors Look No Further! This is a 99 percent occupancy rate income producing complex. Kassidy Brooke Place apartment complex is conveniently located and just minutes from Westwood Elementary school, Westwood Junior High school, Coffee County bank, Spring Street Grocery and local commerce. There are 28 Units available for sale within the complex. This sale includes 2 duplex units and 6 quadplex units. Each duplex unit is 2 stories and contains approximately 1,845 square feet. Each unit has 3 Bedrooms and 2 and a half baths and is equipped with stove, dishwasher, microwave, and individual utility hook ups. Each quad unit is 2 stories and contains approximately 1,116 square feet. Each unit has 2 Bedrooms and 1 and a half baths and is equipped with stove, dishwasher, microwave, and individual utility hook ups. All this totals approximately 34,164 square feet of living space and is listed for less than 44 dollars a square foot. Don’t miss this investment opportunity. This complex can be purchased individually or as a whole, call the HOME TEAM today for more details!


Andrea Farless



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EXIT Realty Partners TN

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Manchester, TN 37355

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Manchester, the county seat of Coffee County, is approximately 64 miles southeast of Nashville and 69 miles northwest of Chattanooga. The recent U.S. Census revealed that Manchester has grown 21.8% from a population of 8,294 to 10,102, and Coffee County has soared past the 50,000 mark to 52,796 – up from 48,014 in 2000.


The Manchester Parks and Recreation Department, locally referred to as “The Rec Center,” offers a state of the art 69,000 sq. ft. indoor recreation complex containing two indoor pools, an outdoor leisure pool, racquetball courts, wellness room, spin room, gymnastics, aerobics, gymnasium, walking track, and casual care nursery. The beautiful parks of Manchester contains 85 acres of land in three major parks, Fred Deadman Park, Dave King Park and Rotary Park which are all nestled along the attractive Little Duck River. These parks contain ball fields, tennis courts, a skate park, our Little Duck River Greenway, picnic pavilions, the Ada Wright Community Center, horseshoes, and playgrounds.


Hiking, camping, golfing, or fishing in Manchester, the choice is yours. Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park is an 876-acre park that offers a variety of activities including fishing, camping and hiking. Looking to play a round of golf, visit WillowBrook Golf Club. This course contains 6 ponds and 52 bunkers and is sure to challenge players of all levels. To complement the well-conditioned Par 72 Championship Golf Course, WillowBrook offers a classically designed Clubhouse that provides a full range of golfing services, and the delectable onsite restaurant Boskey’s Bar and Grill. If you're looking for some of the best fishing in Tennessee, Normandy Lake should rank high on your list. The lake is 17 miles long, it's a great place to boat or ski, but be aware there are no public marinas. Normandy Lake is home to more than 500 species of aquatic life, which includes fish and insects. Some of the fish with the largest populations include smallmouth and largemouth bass, bluegill, spotted bass and longear sunfish. Another option for fishing would be Woods Reservoir. Woods is located at Arnold Air Force Base and is open to the public. Woods Reservoir is stocked by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency with walleye, and is also one of the best crappie lakes in the state.


In Industry, Manchester offers Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC) as the most advanced and largest complex of flight simulation test facilities in the world. A major employer for area residence since the 1950's, the center operates 58 aerodynamic and propulsion wind tunnels, rocket and turbine engine test cells, space environmental chambers, arc heaters, ballistic ranges and other specialized units for the United States Air Force.


Manchester also offers Music, Wine, meetings, and more. Manchester, Tennessee is the home of Bonnaroo; a four-day, multi-stage Music and Arts Festival held on a beautiful 700-acre farm every June. Bonnaroo brings together some of the best performers in rock and roll, along with dozens of artists in complementary styles such as jazz, Americana, hip-hop, electronica, and just about any contemporary music you can think of. An award winning winery, right here, we have that too. Located off Interstate 24 on Exit 111 you will find a little taste of bliss at Beans Creek Winery. The Manchester – Coffee County Conference Center offers over 13,000 square feet of flexible meeting and banquet space located behind the Holiday Inn Express. The facility is located just off Interstate 24 on Exit 114. The Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center is capable of handling any event, Seminars, Trade Shows, Wedding Receptions, Company Parties, Board Meetings, or Banquets.

Comments (1)

Bret & Meredith Amon
LIV-Sotheby's International Realty - Breckenridge, CO
Breckenridge, Keystone, Silverthorne, Frisco,

Looks like a nice opportunity, Andrea.  Hope you sell the apartment complex soon! Take care, Meredith. Breckenridge, Colorado

Sep 29, 2011 06:22 AM