Stylish New Listings In White Hot East Nashville

Dated: 10/23/2015

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by TJ Anderson

Update: That's all she wrote — all three East Nashville homes went under contract in a matter of hours. Wow! We love our clients and their beautiful homes, and we love what we do. What a week! 

If you’ve been here for a little while, it’s not news to you that Nashville’s real estate market is white hot, and that East Nashville is a particularly fiery point on the map.

Case in point: 612 Rudolph Avenue hit the market this week, and the impeccably cute 1935 ‎Lockeland Springs cottage earned its share of attention. See below.

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If you have your heart set on finding a new home in East Nashville, though, don’t despair: These beautiful Eastside homes are fresh to market and are stocked with the historic and creative charm the neighborhood is known for:


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This 4-bed, 2-bath Cleveland Park craftsman gem is the quintessential well-loved home — the owners put immense amounts of time, work, care and attention into turning the 1930 cottage into a stylishly updated and perfectly welcoming home.

Take a look at the sunny kitchen with a bright and inviting design, stainless steel appliances, cool open shelving, a cute island for prep and breakfast and a timeless subway tile backsplash.

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The living area is open, airy and, like the rest of the home, infused with cool, from the fireplace built-ins (perfect for your vinyl collection) to the eye-grabbing light fixture.

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The master bedroom: an Eastside retreat, with lots of space and style to match.

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The spacious, fenced backyard with large deck? Perfect for fall hangs with more than enough room for your dog to stretch his or her legs.

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Head here for lots more photos of 1206 Meridian, and let us know if you have any questions.

And just added Friday:

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1602 LONG AVE.


A quick walk to Shelby Park, the Fatherland District shopping cluster and lots more: a gorgeous East Nashville bungalow, loaded with charm and curb appeal to spare, with 4 beds, 2 baths, the perfect rocking chair porch and lots more to fall for.


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The updated kitchen gas all the high-end upgrades you could want, including granite, stainless steel and a great island for prepping.

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Your outdoor entertaining: taken care of with a private, fenced yard and spacious deck. 

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And a master with a door leading out to the outdoor living area lets you take full advantage of that spectacular yard.

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Head here for more photos of 1602 Long Avenue, and reach out if you have questions.

These will surely go fast, so if you’re falling in love, you won’t want to dawdle.

Looking to explore more of what’s available in the area? Take a look at some more East Nashville listings.

And if you want to make sure you’re in the know as soon as our latest listings hit the market, follow us on Instagram and Facebook — we routinely give the early heads up in our social spots.

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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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