Nashville Real Estate Blog

Homes For Sale Near Nashville AirportOn the surface, living near an airport may seem like an unappealing proposition for home buyers looking for a new place to live in Nashville. But while the extra noise, traffic, and congestion may seem like a few good reasons to avoid buying a home near an airport, there are also a number of advantages to living within a close proximity to Nashville International that you may want to consider as well, depending on your individual situation of course and what’s important to you as a home buyer. 

First and foremost, a reduction in travel time can be extremely advantageous for anyone who frequently flies. And because the Nashville airport is easily accessible via Highway 41 and Interstate 40, anyone living nearby can also easily access Downtown Nashville

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Nashville Homes Near Belmont UniversityBelmont University is a small and private Liberal Arts college that sits just south of Downtown Nashville in between Music Row and the city’s rapidly growing 12 South neighborhood. With a student population of under 8,000, the atmosphere around Belmont University remains rather calm and low-key, making it a great place to live for anyone looking for a pleasant residential neighborhood. 

Like with most colleges and universities, a number of small restaurants, cafes, and boutique shops help fill out the area around Belmont University, especially along Belmont Boulevard, which acts are the community’s main commercial corridor. With plenty of outdoor patios and wide sidewalks to accommodate students and those who live nearby, the neighborhood surrounding

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The Jenkins NashvilleBack in late January of last year, reports surfaced about Evergreen Real Estate paying $1.85 million for a one-acre site in the Belmont Hillsboro neighborhood, which would end up being used for a fabulous new townhouse development dubbed The Jenkins. 

Now fast-forward to over a year later and townhouses at The Jenkins are officially listed on the MLS, and they’re absolutely gorgeous to say the least. With just 15 townhouse residences available, opportunities are limited, however, which will have to be something potential buyers keep in mind, especially during the busy spring season. 

Townhomes at The Jenkins feature floor plans that range in size from 1,500 to 3,000 square feet, and prices are set between $500,000 and $1 million for the most part.

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Homes For Sale Near The Warner Parks NashvilleWhen you combine Edwin Warner Park, Percy Warner Park, the Harpath Hills Golf Course, and Edwin Warner Dog Park, it’s hard to argue against this network of green spaces and recreational amenities being one of Nashville’s top outdoor attractions to live nearby. Collectively, Edwin and Percy Warner Parks are known simply as “The Warner Parks,” and combined, they feature 2,684 acres of forests, fields, and open park spaces that sometimes feel worlds away from all the hustle-and-bustle of Downtown Nashville. 

If you’re lucky enough to already live near The Warner Parks, there’s no doubt you’re probably someone who regularly takes advantage of all the hiking trails, bike paths, cross country running courses, and athletic fields each of these fabulous parks

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Nashville Real Estate Stats: February 2017The Nashville real estate market is off to a strong start in 2017 and is showing no signs of slowing down heading into what’s usually one of the busiest times of the year for the housing industry. 

According to new numbers from the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS® (GNAR), the Nashville area recorded 2,507 closings in February, which represents an impressive 9.3% jump compared to February of 2015. 

Given February was a surprisingly mild month from a weather standpoint, a bump in sales isn’t terribly surprising. But when you also factor in January saw an 11.2% increase in home sales, the strong upward trend suggests we’re off to another very busy year for the Nashville real estate market overall. 

Single-family homes in Nashville sold

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The 900 Nashville A recent report in The Tennessean indicates Strategic Options International LLC has received conceptual approval to move forward with its first large-scale development in Nashville. 

Should the project eventually move forward, the new development, which is now dubbed The 900, will include 22 townhouse residences, 28 condo flats, and 1,600 square feet of flexible commercial space, which will all be built on a vacant 1.93 acre site at 900 Dickerson Pike in the rapidly growing Dickerson Pike Corridor. 

The 900 certainly isn’t Strategic Options’ only project in the Dickerson Pike Corridor, however. As of now, the developer has seven other residential projects in the works with at least four units, which includes a similar development to The 900 that

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CityLights Nashville Condos inside one of Nashville’s hottest new developments are finally listed on the MLS, presenting potential buyers with a rare opportunity at buying a new condo right now that happens to be situated in the heart of Downtown Nashville. 

Initially revealed back in 2015, CityLights, which will be built and developed over in the Rutledge Hill neighborhood, will actually be Nashville’s first multi-story condo building with over 50 units in which every unit listed will be priced at a minimum of $400,000. 

But as you’ll quickly learn, buying a condo over at the fabulous new CityLights building will be well worth paying a premium, as each unit is fully equipped with a variety of upscale interior finishes, while the rest of the building also includes a

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Rutledge Hill Homes For SaleWith Rutledge Hill being one of the smaller Nashville neighborhoods in terms of total area, it’s often overlooked by many in the market for a new home or condo. And despite being previously known as a thriving industrial and commercial corridor, Rutledge Hill now features some of the city’s hottest residential developments that are drawing more and more home buyers to this part of the city.

Situated just an ear shout away from the heart of Downtown Nashville, it’s easy to see how appealing the neighborhood’s location is to potential buyers, especially to those who prefer a more urban vibe. For the most part, Rutledge Hill is bounded by Korean Veteran's Blvd., Interstate 40, Highway 70S, and Hermitage Avenue. 

Within these boundaries is also a

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Nashville Condos As first reported by The Tennessean, a new 38-unit residential development has been proposed for a 0.62-acre site along Whites Creek Pike just north of downtown. Current property owner Hoss Mousavi is planning the $8 million project, which will be located at 1016-1020 Whites Creek Pike, and if approved, will consist of both condo flats and lofts—a product that’s desperately needed all over the Nashville area. 

Noted in the report, the developer of 1016-1020 Whites Creek Pike feels the project’s close proximity to downtown Nashville, as well as the great views of the city’s skyline will appeal to future buyers, especially as this stretch of Whites Creek Pike continues to develop and evolve. 

While specific details haven’t been made official, condos

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A Chicago-based investor has big plans for Nashville’s riverfront, hoping to take advantage of the city’s crazy real estate boom that is continuing to sweep the region in the early part of 2017. First detailed by the Nashville Business Journal, the ambitious new project would involve completely redeveloping 105 acres of industrial land along the east bank of the Cumberland River to feature a number of high-rise towers that would combine to include office space, hotel rooms, shopping, dining, and plenty of residential units as well. 

While details relating to the mega-project have only just now been revealed, it’s a development that Monroe Investment Partners has been envisioning for the past 18 years when the company began purchasing East Bank land. In

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