233 4th Ave, Dayton, Tennessee, 37321




MLS: 41093-22621

0.2 Acres

2,208 SqFt

4 beds

2.5 baths

What You Should Know

  • Historic Home For Sale

  • Rhea County, Tennessee

  • Historic Renovated Home

  • Downtown Dayton, Tennessee

  • Historic Tennessee Homes

  • Tennessee Homes

  • Near Lake Chickamauga

  • Jason Heathcoe: 931-808-0624

Why You'll Love It

223 4th Ave, Dayton, Tennessee, 37321 - MLS# 2262174


  • Historic Home for Sale

  • Dayton, Tennessee

  • 1900's Home 

  • Gardenhire Addition

  • Blocks from Downtown

  • Rhea County, Tennessee

  • Jason Heathcoe, Realtor

  • United Country Columbia Realty & Auction


2 Story Historic Home for Sale, Walking Distance to Downtown Dayton, Tennessee. 

Centrally located just a few blocks from the Dayton town square, this 4 bedroom 2.5 bathroom beautifully stands on the corner of Church St and 4th Ave. With over 2200 sq ft of living area, this early 1900’s home provides a wonderful opportunity to both entertain and enjoy convenient living. Restaurants such as Monkey Town Brewery and Jacob Myers on the River are just steps away from your porch. 


The home was updated in 2019, but the original hardwood flooring is still present in the living area and in two of the upstairs bedrooms. The main level fireplaces have natural gas accessibility. There is also outdoor living opportunities, with ample lawn space and numerous trees on the property. A metal utility shed is also on the property providing storage for lawn and garden equipment. This is your unique opportunity to live in historic charm, while enjoying the modern living spaces and conveniences that Dayton has to offer. 


Historic Single Family Home For Sale, with Recreational Nearby in Rhea County, Tennessee. 

This area is home to the world renowned Lake Chickamauga, which provides some of the best largemouth bass fishing in the country. This home is located less than a mile from Dayton Boat Dock, Point Park, and 3 miles from Bluewater RV Park and Resort

There are numerous hiking trails and nature areas in close proximity as well, such as Pocket Wilderness and Laurel Snow State Natural Area.

Dayton also hosts the annual Strawberry Festival in mid-June each year. The origin of the Tennessee Strawberry Festival can be found on May 24th, 1947, in downtown Dayton, Tennessee. First started as a one-day festival sponsored by the Dayton City Lion’s Club, the festival had humble and passionate beginnings. Taking its name from Rhea County’s premier crop of the early 20th century, it was not long before it became a county-wide affair. Soon this festival of strawberries, sunshine and square dancing grew to include local attractions, bands, and public figures of all kinds.

Give Jason a call at 931-808-0624 or email him at jheathcoe@realtracs.com

Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: 233 4th Ave
  • City: Dayton
  • State: Tennessee
  • County: Rhea

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