Real Estate by Debbie Reynolds

Serendipity Sundays - Snowed In

Serendipity Sundays - Slow Down and Enjoy the Snow

First Snow of the Season

Winter weather has set in and Friday brought a predicted snow. This closed schools in Clarksville/Montgomery County and set children out to play in the snow over the weekend. 

It hasn't warmed above the high 20's so very little melting has taken place. Schools are out for the Martin Luther King Day on Monday but another snow is expected to come later on Monday. The best advice I have is to have plenty of groceries in the house, put a fire in the fireplace and enjoy the snow.

The blanket of snow is especially pretty in Stones Manor, Clarksville, TN. The rolling landscape has a blanket of 3 plus inches of snow and many of the hills make great places for snowboarding and sledding. This neighborhood welcomes growing families and is also an excellent choice for other buyers. In the spring, the pool will again open and the snow-covered street and homes will be a fading memory. 


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Serendipity Sundays - Snowed In

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Comment balloon 37 commentsDebbie Reynolds • January 15 2018 12:22AM
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