Today's Favorite: Urban Treehouse

Dated: 11/28/2012

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400 Valley Trace Drive, Nashville, TN, 37221

$322,900

On the market for just over a week, I doubt this dream house will be for sale long.

Priced to sell and with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, this 2,540-square-foot two-story home is most notable for its lush surroundings and treehouse-style construction. The house is just off Highway 100 and within walking distance to Steeplechase. The new owner will get to boast no less than the beautiful Percy Warner Park as their front yard (with Edwin Warner Park just steps away). And they'll enjoy the vantage point from two roomy decks--one in front and one in back of the home--as well as from the home's many windows, including a huge built-in window seat on the top floor.

400 Valley Trace Drive has been updated with new hardwood floors and carpet, as well as granite, travertine, and slate throughout. A redone master bath has a walk-in shower with frameless glass. Plus, new cabinetry, hardware, and lighting have seen to it that the home, originally constructed in 1984, lacks none of the modern amenities.

Have a look around yourself. For an appointment, call me, T.J. Anderson, at 615.866.4670

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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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