Couple Builds $12K Mountain Home


A local couple is using skills and talents learned “on the job” with the Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity to avoid the high prices, mortgage payments and wait times involved in building a new home. Last December, Terrie Bush Quick, a Tullahoma dental hygienist, and Mike Hill, a location supervisor for Aramark at Nissan in Decherd, purchased several acres in Grundy County together with a plan to build a small cabin. Only six months later, they now live in a stylish mountain hideaway in Altamont for only $12,000 in construction cost…


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