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Boone Lake Real Estate Agent

Deb Short Taylor

Lake Homes Realty

(423) 799-3207

Deborah Short's passion for lakes spans three generations. As a child, Deb spent her days with her parents and six siblings, camping, fishing, and water skiing. She continued that tradition with her own children and now enjoys taking her grandchildren fishing on the lakes and rivers of Tennessee.

 

Before finding her passion for land and real estate, Deb worked for doctors and taught fire prevention. She holds a degree in EMT/Fire Sciences with a minor in Foreign Language and American Sign Language. Deb has spent the majority of her life volunteering and helping others. She has hosted five exchange students and has volunteered for a number of charitable organizations.

 

Since becoming a real estate agent in 2001, Deb has received the Million Dollar Club award every year. She is consistently recognized with awards for excellence. Deb has spent years cultivating relationships in Middle Tennessee real estate and construction.

 

At home, Deb spends time with her family and considers her greatest accomplishment to be her children and "grandbabies." She has three children and four grandchildren. She and her husband enjoy spending time in their RV camping around Tennessee's beautiful lakes.

 

Deborah Short specializes in real estate around Dale Hollow Lake, Watauga Lake, and Boone Lake. Let her help you find your dream home!

 

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Deb  Short Taylor

Contact Deb:

(423) 799-3207

 
 
 

About Boone Lake

Boone Lake is a reservoir located in Sullivan and Washington Counties of Tennessee. Created by damming the South Fork Holston River, Boone Lake has 130 miles of shoreline and a surface area of 4,400 acres.

 

In a year with normal rainfall the water level at Boone can vary by as much as 25 feet from summer to winter, providing for seasonal flood storage.

 

Boone Lake offers many outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, camping, fishing and water skiing. Public recreational facilities include a swimming area and boat ramp.