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  Volunteer Development News

Metropolitan Planning Commission Awards Turning Leaf At Choto Thursday August 21, 2008:
Volunteer Development has recently been awarded the 2008 MPC Excellence Award for the Turning Leaf Trail development. The award recognizes outstanding achievement in development, both public and private, in a number of categories, namely the Environmental Conservation Achievement Category.

The award was presented on August 21 at the Knoxville Convention Center at the 27th Annual MPC Excellence Awards Banquet. Also featured was guest speaker, Ed McMahon, the Urban Land Institute/Charles Fraser Senior Resident Fellow for Sustainable Development. Estate Package Saturday May 3, 2008:
Fox Creek - Amenities, convenience, variety draw buyers to West Knox neighborhood. — By Ronda Robinson, Special Publications correspondent

Commercial real estate broker Mike Fuller enjoys living downtown, but he also wants a home out west – which he calls the new business center of Knoxville. So he bought a lot in Fox Creek, a 70-acre development on Fox Road, about a mile from the intersection of Kingston Pike and Pellissippi Parkway, and is now working on house plans.

“The development has an estate feel to it,” Fuller says. “It’s very welllocated for a subdivision out west. The location factor is one of the main reasons I chose to buy there.” He also appreciates the swimming pool and clubhouse, large trees and beautiful views. As a commercial broker with Wood Properties, Fuller has a welltrained eye for detail when it comes to real estate. He shopped for land in Bearden, Rocky Hill and the Lyons View area before settling on Fox Creek.
VIEW ARTICLE Estate Package Saturday April 26, 2008:
Turning Leaf at Choto - Lot size, privacy highlight new neighborhood, Private Conservation Area. — By Ronda Robinson, Special Publications correspondent

Turning Leaf at Choto suggests woods and privacy. And the new residential development in West Knox County delivers what its name implies. “The lots are very large. They’re one-half acre. They’re wooded, and they don’t back up to other homes,” says developer Scott Smith. “There is a lot of privacy.” He remembers growing up with woods in the family backyard, offering a great place for children to play and ride bicycles.

In addition to the privacy at Turning Leaf, the size of lots is attractive to buyers, adds his development partner, Eric Moseley. The half-acre-plus lots can accommodate everything from ranchers to traditional homes. Those already built typically have master suites on the main level and side-entry garages.

Turning Leaf encompasses more than 150 acres of rolling countryside near Choto Road that makes a tranquil, country-style setting for new homes. Amentities, including a swimming pool with clubhouse and a paved walking trail, are ready for homeowners to enjoy.


  Contact Information

Scott Smith or Eric Moseley
Volunteer Development LLC
405 Montbrook Lane
Knoxville, TN 37919

(865) 539-1112