This month, I thought we’d extend a little further, to the average home cost in Williamson County. Numbers from the Williamson County Association of Realtors for May 2015 put that figure at $409,999, so let’s take a look at what you can get all around Middle Tennessee for around $400,000.
301 Demonbreun St., Unit 2004
Nashville, TN 37201
A modern high-rise condo downtown (at The Encore), with loft-like touches (concrete ceilings, open design), upscale finishes and amenities galore, including a fitness space, pool, sundeck and more — not to mention an ideal location if you’re looking to be right up in things, with busy Broadway stuff, the Schermerhorn and lots of great restaurants right nearby.
On point new construction in East Nashville with an open main floor, contemporary design and more than 2,200 square feet of living space, plus a rare grab on the Eastside these days: more than half an acre of land.
Head north of Nashville a little, and you get a lot of space on all fronts — more than 3,300 square feet inside (with 4 beds and 3 1/2 baths) and more than five private, wooded acres, plus four outbuildings, all of them really cool.
by TJ AndersonWhen the news came through in April that East Nashville
"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."