Nashville Real Estate Blog

Nashville home prices have certainly been on the rise in recent months and years, but if you know where to search, finding a charming single-family home with plenty of upside and a price tag of under $350,000 is more than do-able, especially if you consider these 3 neighborhoods.  


Greenwood is one of East Nashville’s oldest neighborhoods, presenting home buyers with a wide range of charming homes and bungalows with plenty of character and desirability. If you’re also someone who doesn’t mind doing a little work in order to save some money right off the top, few places in Nashville are a better place to begin a home search under that $350,000 price point.

Walden Village 

Walden Village is a quiet residential community that boasts

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Luxury Homes in NashvilleThe Nashville housing market is packed with sprawling country estates and lavish, multi-million dollar mansions that feature just about every bell and whistle imaginable. But with so many luxury homes available, just where should high-end home buyers in Music City begin their quest to find the perfect new place to call home? We explore several options below: 

Oak Hill 

If you're looking for a Nashville community that features luxury homes as well as a quiet suburban look and feel, Oak Hill is the place for you. Home styles and sizes are wide-ranging, providing sometime for just about any luxury home buyer, and even those with a $5 or $ 6 million budget. 

Hill Place 

Conveniently located about 6 miles south of downtown Nashville, Hill Place is

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Chicago-area-based Red Seal Development is planning a new 29-unit townhouse development for a location in McKissack Park, according to a report out from the Nashville Post. If approved, the project will be the developer’s fourth project in the Nashville area.

For now, townhomes at the proposed development, which is being called 27th Avenue Townhomes, will feature three levels and range in size from roughly 1,700 to 2,100 square feet.

As noted by the Nashville Post, 23 of the units will be priced at market rate, while the remaining 6 units will be marketed and sold as “workforce housing” units without government incentives.

The development site encompasses about 1.45 acres and is located just across the railroad tracks from the Nashville Fire Department’s

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Much like the city of Nashville, a number of suburban communities throughout Middle Tennessee are also rapidly growing and expanding, and the region’s strong job and population growth should allow this trend to continue well into next year and beyond.

Earlier this summer, construction officially started for a new subdivision dubbed Waltons Grove, which will eventually bring 400 more single-family residences to the highly desirable suburb of Mt. Juliet.

Encompassing approximately 163 acres, the first three phases of Waltons Grove have already been approved by Mt. Juliet’s planning commission and the first set of homes are scheduled to be delivered as early as this November.

Developers are estimated it’ll be another two-and-a-half years before the

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Nashville Condos with the Best ViewsLooking for a high-rise condo in Nashville with sprawling, unobstructed views of the city? If so, four buildings come to mind that offer buyers exactly that...

Nashville 505

The floor-to-ceiling windows of 505 Nashville are part of the appeal of Nashville’s tallest residential building. The 45-story skyscraper offers up exceptional views of the city and of the nearby Cumberland River.

Icon in the Gulch

At 22-stories high, Icon in the Gulch also allows for sweeping floor-to-ceiling windows, ideal for taking in the scenery. This impressive property also enjoys unobstructed views of the city from some of the private balconies attached to the homes.

Twelve Twelve

The glass high-rise of Twelve Twelve enjoys floor-to-ceiling windows itself,

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Nashville Condo Buildings with the best Pool DecksNothing says summer like a nice refreshing swim on a hot, sunny day. And if you're in the market for a new condo in or around downtown Nashville, your days of fun in the sun, or should we say fun in the pool, don't have to end. Here's a look at which Nashville condo buildings have the best pool decks...

505 Nashville

An impressive saltwater swimming pool is just part of the appeal of living within 505 Nashville. The upscale property also includes poolside cabanas and lounge chairs, offering up the luxury of exceptional city views.

The Adelica

One of Nashville’s most desirable high-rises, The Adelica is filled with a long list of exceptional amenities itself. This includes the property’s resort-style swimming pool and relaxing pool deck, plus

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Nashville Condo Buildings with the Best AmenitiesLots of condo buildings in Nashville have attractive and desirable living spaces, but if you're looking for the ultimate condo living experience, check out what's currently available inside these Nashville condo buildings with the best amenities. 


Found right in the middle of downtown, The Viridian offers up a rooftop swimming pool, fitness studio and a lounge. As well, residents also enjoy the treat of 24-hour concierge service, a theater area and covered parking.


The Encore condos, meanwhile, also allow for 24-hour concierge service, a fitness center and a swimming pool. You’ll additionally find an outdoor lounge, community kitchen, a media room and ground level retail space.

Icon in the Gulch

Incredible city views are

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Nashville New Construction CondosIf you're looking for a new construction condo in Nashville, options and opportunities are pretty limited right now. But if it's truly new construction you're after, here's a quick idea of where you may want to begin your search..

Southgate Station

You definitely won’t want to miss out on the Southgate Station townhomes and flats. This new construction community sits in a former industrial neighborhood close to downtown, Music Row and area universities.

505 Nashville

The 505 high-rise, meanwhile, offers up walls of windows and luxury in a downtown setting. Nashville’s tallest residential building, the tower supplies some outstanding views as well as some elegantly designed condo units.

Poston at the Park

With an urban flair, the Poston

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Looking for the right new construction home outside of Nashville? Well, depending on where you're looking, we have several great places in mind that might just have what you're looking for in a new place to call home..

Somerset Springs - Spring Hill, TN

With a variety of new construction townhomes to choose from, Somerset Springs allows for upscale additions such as granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. In addition, residents enjoy easy access to a community swimming pool and clubhouse, close to nearby shopping options.

Waterford Village, Henderson, TN

Meanwhile, you’ll find both single-family homes and townhomes in Waterford Village. As well, the new construction neighborhood boasts a community swimming pool, dog park and easy

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Nashville New Construction Homes For Sale If your max budget is $800,000, don't assume you can't find plenty of great options in a few of Nashville's top neighborhoods. We elaborate below...

12 South

The neighborhood known as 12 South is packed with charming stores and meticulously restored homes. It’s also the place, though, to find some four-bedroom, new construction homes in one of Nashville’s trendiest areas for less than $800,000.

Shelby Hills

Other options for new home buyers exist within the Shelby Hills neighborhood. Many of the older homes in this area are in the process of being replaced by new construction designs, with most of them priced at less than $800,000.

Green Hills

Finally, you won’t want to pass up the opportunity to see the residential options that exist

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