5 Chattanooga dream homes we wish were real

We asked our readers to describe their Chattanooga dream home, from the location + down to details on the interiors. Here are just a few homes we wish we could build.

NOOGAtoday | Lake house exterior

We’ll be seeing these Chattanooga homes in our dreams.

Photo by Imagine

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We recently ran a survey asking you all to describe your Chattanooga dream home to us, and they were all simply too good not to have AI build them for us. Here are five homes we wish were real.

NOOGAtoday | Lake House interior

Live on the water in the Scenic City.

Photo by Imagine

The Lake House

Located on Nickajack Lake, this 3,800-sqft, Tuscan-style home is built with natural stone + features large archways and windows. The 5 bed, 5 bath house also has two natural stone fireplaces, heated Italian tile floors, and a covered patio overlooking the lake and pool.

This home was designed by Debbie M.

NOOGAtoday | Ridge home

This eco-friendly home would have an on-site greenhouse + rain water collection. | Photos by Imagine

The Ridge

For the eco-friendly homeowners, this 3 bed, 2 bath home is located on an acre of land + is built with solar panels. The 2,000-sqft house has a modern cottage feel with its design and separate greenhouse to garden year-round.

This home was designed by Anna O.

NOOGAtoday | Downtown home

Imagine this overlooking the city skylines — AI doesn’t get everything right. | Photos by Imagine

Downtown Modern

Stay close to the city in this downtown mid-century modern home that is built with brick, poured concrete, and cedar. The 3,000-sqft 4 bed, 4.5 bath home features a semi-open kitchen that leads to the living and dining room + a library and music room with a floor-to-ceiling design.

This home was designed by Pamela F.

NOOGAtoday | Countryside home

Unplug in your own home on the countryside. | Photos by Imagine

On the Countryside

Located on the outskirts of the city limits, this countryside traditional cabin is 1,000 sqft and is made from logs + natural stones with a large porch. The 2 bed, 2 bath home features a stone fireplace and fitted kitchen, plus has a barn ready to be turned into a workshop space or car park.

This home was designed by Timothy W.

NOOGAtoday | Mountainside House

Wake up each morning with an incredible view of the Scenic City. | Photos by Imagine

Mountainside Livin’

See the Scenic City views every day from this upscale, modern cabin/chalet home with dark natural textures that are built with wood and paired with a metal roof. The 3,000-sqft 4 bed, 3 bath home has large windows for natural light + features a chef’s kitchen, man cave, and heated cement floors in each bathroom.

This home was designed by Devan J.

Alright, now who’s gonna take it upon them to build these so we can move in?

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