Given the inches of snow still on the ground, your mind probably isn’t on much aside of staying in and staying warm right about now. But that’s bound to change with the thaw this weekend — and if checking out Open Houses is on your agenda, I can help.
There are dozens upon dozens of options, from Nashville to Franklin to Brentwood to Spring Hill, and if you’re house hunting and trying to figure out what’ll work for you and your family, Open Houses are always a great way to explore. (If you need help narrowing down or finding some home options that suit your criteria, I’m always glad to help — just drop me a line.)
Since my mind is on wishing for spring and the renewal that comes with it, I figured I’d spotlight some attractive homes that are new to market in various areas:
1310 Grandview Dr.
This super cute Green Hills home has a ton of historic charm (it was built in 1947) and plenty of key updates, including a new roof and HVAC, updated tile baths and a bright, stainless steel-stocked kitchen. Open Sunday 2 to 4 p.m.
4010 Burrus St.
New construction in growing Inglewood with lots to love: light and bright open kitchen and living area with cool contemporary fireplace, large master with walk-in closet stocked with built-in storage, lots more. Open Sunday 2 to 4 p.m.
316 Elberta St.
Here’s a total remodel in Woodbine that didn’t mess with the great 1920s style — beautiful brick fireplaces, built-ins, transom windows and more. Plus lots of space, with 4 beds, 2 baths and almost 2200 square feet on a half acre of land. Open Sunday 2 to 4 p.m.
1837 Harpeth River Dr.
This Brentwood home (on the market about a week) is bright and sunny overall, but I’m particularly drawn to the open kitchen and living area, with a wall of windows looking out onto a full acre of land (including an outdoor living area with a paver patio tailor-made for cookouts). Open Sunday 2 to 4 p.m.
by TJ AndersonWith the continued influx of new Nashvillians from more
"In short, TJ was awesome. He never once pressured us to look for something that was outside of our budget or didn't fit our style. His main concern was that we found the right house for us. He really cared about us and our future life in the home. He was also very knowledgeable about the areas (not just the architectures) that we might be best suited for. Now that we're settling in to our new (and first) place, we couldn't be happier! We're ready for the warm weather to stick around for a while so that we can get cracking on our outdoor projects! I have already recommended working with TJ to some of my friends who are currently looking for homes in Nashville and will continue to do so."