Welcome to Stratford Place Subdivision, is located in the beautiful Tennessee River Valley near Chattanooga, Tennessee. We are an open community valuing the natural beauty in a community setting subdivision.
In the late 60' s developers Bill Hulsey and Chick Fleming had a vision. Over the next decade they bought one hundred and fifty nine acres and created what is now known as Stratford Place. They designed the large individual tracts to keep the rural feel of the area but wanted to give it an English flavor. The subdivision's name was derived from Mr. Hulsey' s grandfather who was a Stratton and the streets followed this same theme. Finney Point was actually a point on Lake Kissimmee in Florida where Mr. Hulsey' s mother was born. Her name was Mona and the current Mrs. Hulsey' s middle name is Lee hence, Mona Lee Drive. Peghorn was the name of Mother Hulsey' s elementary school in Florida. Branston was created from the Hulsey' s grandchildren, Brandy and Justin, Picadilly Circle and Graystone were to add to the English feel.
The land was originally owned by a Mr. and Mrs. Edmonds . When Mr. Edmonds died during the transaction, Mrs. Edmonds completed the sale. She eventually remarried and had a daughter who married into the Whittenburg family who owns the farm across Little Debbie Parkway to this day.
News:How did 2013 go by so fast?! Since our Annual Membership Meeting
in June, the Stratford Place Homeowners Association Board has
continued to keep tabs on community issues affecting our
subdivision, as well as sponsor activities to bring neighbors together
and make this subdivision a great place to live.
In September, the Fall Picnic was held at the Imagination Station. We
had a great turnout, including several of our new neighbors! If you
weren’t there, you really missed out on some great food and
fellowship, plus some activities for the kids.
For Halloween, we tried something new – a Trunk or Treat around
Picadilly Circle. Our subdivision is so big and spread out, it makes it
hard for the kids to Trick or Treat. So we invited neighbors to bring
candy and set up around Picadilly Circle. Several neighbors brought
candy and enjoyed socializing as neighborhood kids came by in their
costumes. Folks enjoyed it enough that we are planning to have this
again next year.
If you were unable to enjoy any of the 2013 activities, we hope to see
you in 2014! Some upcoming events are described in this newsletter,
along with an update on the Apison Pike widening. Happy Holidays!!
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