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"Quick Takes" Continued...

Issue: "The waiting game," March 22, 2008

Final housing frontier

House hunters in Chattanooga, Tenn., could enter the space age. That's because one of the nation's most distinct houses is officially on the market: Chattanooga's flying saucer house. It is known locally as the Signal Mountain Space House for its position halfway up Chattanooga's outlying mountain, and its present owner plans on selling the house at auction. Built a story off the ground at nearly 2,000 square feet, this flying saucer has a market value that is anyone's guess.

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