Hello, my name is Kristin Gracy. My husband and I have called east Tennessee home for many years. We only got to know a few of our neighbors during those years and lacked a connection with our neighborhood. We had the opportunity to buy our dream place a few years ago in Monroe County that allowed us to have horses and land. It’s also a wonderful place for our grandkids to come visit and experience a unique way of life and build great memories. We have developed close bonds with our neighbors and we rely on each other for help, friendship, advice and support. It’s like nothing we’ve experienced before and one we didn’t expect, thinking we would be isolated from neighbors out in the country.
We love east Tennessee because of the beautiful roads we can ride our motorcycles and explore waterfalls, mountains and valley views. We believe we found a little slice of heaven on earth. We ride horses on some of the most amazing trails I have ever seen and the nearby Great Smoky Mountains have miles and miles of trails to explore.
Real estate is a second career for me and we continue to publish two motorcycle magazines from our office on our property. We love being able to walk outside our office to watch the horses graze and the chickens roam the fields. Being a part of the motorcycle community allows us to meet people from the US and other countries who travel to east Tennessee to ride our world class roads. The visitors we meet usually end up becoming great friends and riding companions.
The real estate world is something I’ve always wanted to work in because I love looking at homes and properties to find the perfect home for a buyer or help a seller transition to the next part of their home ownership phase. I get excited thinking about all the options available. I think of myself as a matchmaker and it’s something I’m passionate about. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 865-405-6989
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