Nashville Real Estate Blog

If you're looking for a historic home in Nashville and don't know where to start your search, we have a few neighborhoods in mind that may just be the perfect fit. 

Sylvan Park

Just southwest of downtown, quiet Sylvan Park is the place to find 1920s style homes and 1930s bungalows. You’ll also find some brick mid-century designs in this charming Nashville neighborhood.

12 South

With its stylish restaurants and shops, you’ll likely discover some nicely restored homes in 12 South. The neighborhood includes homes dating back to the 1920s, as well as newer construction homes designed to blend in with the historic look of the area.

Green Hills

The Green Hills neighborhood offers up shopping and live entertainment, while also serving up some

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Hendersonville HomesHome prices throughout Middle Tennessee have been on the rise in recent months but finding the right suburban home with an affordable price tag is still possible, as long as you know where to look. 

Berry Hill

With some new construction options under $300,000, Berry Hill presents an ideal choice for buyers searching in Hendersonville. This price point often affords two-bedrooms and two-baths, plus open floors plans with high ceilings and luxurious finishes.

Mansker Farms

Even more desirable options exist within Mansker Farms. This community offers some three- and four-bedrooms homes around the same price point, some of which are nicely updated with hardwoods and other higher-end additions.

Waterford Village

Single-family homes and

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Sumner County Homes For SaleWhile the Nashville housing market may be cooling down a bit, demand for homes in nearby Sumner County still remains strong. 

According to a report from the Tennessean, a recent count of 849 active listings were available on the market over in Sumner County, resulting in just a two-and-a-half month supply. 

Inventory is especially limited for homes priced $250,000 or less and homes priced between $250,000 and $300,000 are selling in just 19 days on average. 

Perhaps the secret to Sumner County’s crazy real estate market right now lies directly with affordability. Home builders throughout the area are brining plenty of new homes to market with extremely competitive price tags. Specifically mentioned were Goodall Homes offering new homes starting

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Nashville Housing Market Nashville’s housing market continued to cool last month as the Greater Nashville Realtors announced closings were down 8 percent year-over-year in September. 

Despite the overall drop in closings, however, single-family homes sold for a median price of $290,000 last month, which is up from $280,000 last year. 

Condo prices did drop, though, falling from a median price of 223,450 last September to $218,150 last month. 

Looking ahead, home sales figures for October look to continue the region’s downslide, and by a lot. According to the data, just 2,662 sales were pending at the end of September, which is almost 32 percent lower than the number of pending sales at the end of September 2017. 

The Nashville area market saw 11,031 closings the

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Nashville Area Townhouse DevelopmentGroundbreaking for a new 300-unit townhouse development in Old Hickory is scheduled for early spring, according to a recent report from the Nashville Post. 

A joint-venture between HND Realty and the managing partner at Chas. Hawkins Co. Inc., the project will be among the largest HDN Realty has ever taken on, and the first in Davidson County’s Old Hickory community.

As of now, a name for the community has yet to be determined, but its location will be at 915 Robinson Road, about three miles east of Madison. 

Rezoning for the project has already been approved by the Metro Council.

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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 

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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