5 Nashville Homes That Would Make Santa And Mrs Claus Proud

Dated: 12/05/2016

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by TJ Anderson


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Nashville continues to be a steady relocation/second-home draw for successful people, and I’ve had my share of well-known clients. But sadly, there’s no indication that old Saint Nick and his good lady wife have any intention of calling me to find them a new warm-weather abode here in Music City. Bummer.


Even so, just in case, I’m keeping a short list of homes on the market around town now, right around Christmas, that have caught my eye as Claus-appropriate. For, I think, easy-to-see reasons.


Scroll through to see some Nashville homes for sale that feel a little holly, a little jolly to me.



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5211 Kentucky Ave

Nashville, TN 37209

$395,900

This historic Craftsman in The Nations feels so wonderfully red-and-green festive, from the front door to the huge backyard deck (which has lots of room to entertain — throw an outdoor heater there, and you’re ready for a Christmas party). If private woodland nooks are your thing, check out the well-landscaped yard; it’s so pretty and placid, I could see spending hours out there, making a list, checking it twice. The coolest thing about this one, too, is the dining room — with its red walls and white trim and chair rail, Santa’s suit is nothing short of Christmas camo here.


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3824 Woodmont Ln

Nashville, TN 37215

$479,000

If the green door and trim on this well-kept red-brick home don’t get you in the spirit, the evergreen-toned dining room overlooking a deep red fireplace statement wall might. It’s super close to Green Hills (and the Mall at Green Hills), too — a convenient thing for the Jolly Old Elf who realizes he’s short a stocking-stuffer on Christmas Eve.


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213 South 13th St

Nashville, TN 37206

$499,900

A newer build in East Nashville that beautifully mimics the aesthetic of the neighborhood’s historic homes, this 3-bed, 2 1/2 bath place is festive as can be. Not sure if the little red wagon/car in the large, fenced backyard conveys, but it sure does evoke Christmas-morning zeal. Seems way too perfect, too, that the place is flanked by large, lush evergreens that are just screaming for some twinkly lights.


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3621 Westbrook Ave

Nashville, TN 37205

$975,000

Inside, this well-renovated 1930 bungalow in Historic Richland is pretty muted in terms of color, aside of the huge, deep-red wine room, which is, incidentally, fa-la-la-fabulous. On the exterior, the Santa’s-sleigh-red window trim brings such an eye-grabbing pop against the soft green siding. Yuletide charm is off the charts.


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3817 Central Ave

Nashville, TN 37205

$1,390,000

Another Historic Richland/West End home, this 1920 Craftsman has lots to offer Moms and Dads, including a stunning kitchen, six bedrooms, 4 full and 2 half baths and a spacious master suite (with a serious closet). Not to mention a pretty perfect stone fireplace for hanging stockings on. But it also has something that, I can say from experience, dances in the heads of little boys (and I’d guess girls) a lot more than sugarplums: an awesome treehouse.


Is buying a home in Nashville part of your Christmas shopping list this year? If I can help you track down the perfect place, please let me know!


Properties are listed with their own respective real estate firms, and not under agreement with TJ Anderson and/or Benchmark Realty, LLC.

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TJ Anderson

TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a home and sell a home in Nashville, Tennessee. He blogs about Nashville regularly, from Nashville-area....

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