Like East Nashville, the community is tight-knit and friendly. Like 12 South and Melrose, the location is convenient and vibrant. I couldn’t be more in love with Woodbine, and I couldn’t be more proud of these homes. Truly can’t wait for you to see the detail and design — we channeled our inner JoJo to make sure these were classic, timeless and welcoming, top to bottom.
We’re a minute away from announcing Open Houses at these properties, but if you’ve been giving some thought to Woodbine, I’d encourage you to come explore, see what the neighborhood has to offer and see if it grabs your attention like it does mine.
Properties are going quickly in the 16th District (Woodbine, Radnor and Glencliff), so there aren’t a ton of Open Houses there this weekend, but you can get a quick look at the personality of the place, and some cute, affordable homes.
First, here’s an easy way to look at the larger Open Houses picture this weekend around Middle Tennessee:
Growing Woodbine is a busy mix: new construction, fresh renovations and older family homes, too. This 1949 property is sweet and well-kept, and has some key updates and cute touches (love that metal roof and the bold front door color). It’s a pretty perfect picture of the first-time-buyer-friendly houses you can find in the 16th District. Open Sunday, 2 to 4 p.m.
256 Thuss Avenue
Nashville, TN 37211
For the buyer who’s ready for a renovation: There’s a lot of potential in this 1942 brick cottage — on the main floor, you’ve got great hardwoods, original trim and solid wood doors, archways, even some bold beams in the living area. Sweat equity could make this property shine. Open Sunday, 2 to 4 p.m.
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