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2013 

Harding House Condo $182,900 Belle Meade, located just 5 minutes from downtown off Broadway/West End Avenue, has immediate access to Interstate 24, Interstate 440 and its competitive neighbor, Green Hills. It's a true Nashville jewel! Escape to a classy and trendy spot where impressive mansions ...
01/14/2013
Leipers Fork Rancher $189,000 Franklin is where you will receive a hospitable dose of the Great American Main Street experience and plenty of chances to explore history, dine and shop. It's located 20-25 minutes directly south of Downtown Nashville, with immediate access to Interstate 65. Named ...
01/10/2013
Brentwood Pointe Townhome $189,000 Urbanities decry its stretches of planned housing as soulless, but ask ANY Brentwoodian: the people are nice, the streets are safe, the housing stock is newer, and the public middle and high schools may as well be private. Known for its antebellum mansions, cla...
01/09/2013
Hidden Creek Suburban $184,948 This southeastern Nashville town has become the MECCA of affordable housing, which makes it an ideal place to build a kingdom for humble folks. There are dozens of employment opportunities nearby, as this once rural community is now only minutes from Downtown, East...
01/08/2013
Maplewood Manor Cottage $182,500 Directly across the Cumberland River from Downtown is a relaxed enclave of local bars, fresh restaurants, coffeehouses and funky boutiques. This is East Nashville, our Little Brooklyn. Locals take special delight in a highly rendered walkability strip known as Fi...
01/08/2013
Brick Ranch-style Home $125,000 A few blocks northwest of buzzing Downtown is the charming and historic district of Germantown. Named after the European immigrants who first settled here in the mid-19th century, today it's one of the city's most architecturally heterogeneous neighborhoods. It's ...
01/06/2013
We're a city that loves to party, especially if fireworks and music are involved. Combining these together, Nashville has created an entertainment legacy for two primary holidays, both occurring at opposite seasons. One is the 4th of July. And one is  December 31st: "Rainy weather didn’t appear t...
01/02/2013
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