by TJ AndersonEach year, the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury program prepares “The Report,” a “comprehensive guide to high-end property buying and selling.” They dig deep into luxury home-sale
Urban Luxury Home of the Day: An Interior Designer’s Personal Retreat
717 Brook Hollow Road, Nashville, TN 37205
Yowza, this home is seriously special. After all, who better to buy a house from than an interior designer who has invested serious time and thought infusing the space with awesome, one-of-a-kind touches?
From floor to ceiling, this 2,700-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom home in Nashville's West Meade neighborhood has been customized and completely renovated over the past three years--accented with rustic features throughout. Think rough-hewn ceiling beams, old shutters, and other reclaimed wood adornments. Even the exterior has been dressed up with rustic touches that make this brick house stand out from others on the block. And psst ... that awesome industrial-sized refrigerator and freezer in the kitchen come included with the home.
Professionally appointed details include wood floors, cabinetry, and shelving, custom tile work, spectacular light fixtures and paint colors. And among many other notables, 717 Brook Hollow Road boasts a beautiful and spacious sunroom. New homeowners will also enjoy recessed lighting throughout and an entirely irrigated lot.
I can't help but imagine this home all dressed up for the holidays or serving as the setting for many a great party and get-together. It just seems specially designed for entertaining.
Make an appointment to see it with me today:615.866.4670
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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