Gorgeous Renovated Historic Home Hitting The Market In Love Circle

Dated: 05/19/2017

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by TJ Anderson

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3429 Love Circle

Nashville, TN 37212 


Our latest Nashville home listing is a once-in-a-rare-while chance to plant yourself at the top in Music City, very literally.

The historic home at 3429 Love Circle is, itself, a stylishly renovated hideaway that blends crisp and bright modern updates with classic touches, like exposed stone and brick.

3429 Love Circle
3429 Love Circle

It sits on a property that’s gorgeously green and private, with shady tree overhangs and a peaceful, bubbling waterfall.

Inside and out, the home was built to make maximum use of the surrounding natural beauty, with huge windows and skylights, a stunning sunroom, massive stacked decks, a beautiful pergola for outdoor dining and lots more.

3429 Love Circle
3429 Love Circle

Every design detail here is magazine-spread cool, from the light fixtures to feature walls.

But even with all that, one of the best selling points of this home is, naturally, the location: It’s perched on Love Circle, one of the highest vantage points in Nashville and easily one of the most-desired locations in the city.

About Love Circle

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Love Circle’s general West Nashville location — right on the edge of Hillsboro-West End, close to Music Row and Vanderbilt and lots more — would make it a desirable location all its own. But its skyward perch, 744 feet above sea level, is what makes Love Circle unique, even among Nashville’s most desired areas.

That height gives Love Circle the best views of the Nashville skyline around, and makes it an ideal place to watch the sunrise, twinkling fall stars and 4th of July fireworks.

Unsurprisingly, that picturesque quality earned Love Circle a reputation as one of Nashville’s most romantic destinations — it gets called our own Lover’s Lane, and I’d put easy money on the fact that more couples have gotten engaged there than anywhere else in Davidson County.

A few pieces of high praise for Love Circle:

— USA Today’s 10 Best ranked Love Circle as No. 3 on a list of top picks for Nashville parks.

— Only in Your State called Love Circle “A Little Slice Of Paradise Hiding Right Here In Nashville.”

— Nashville’s most famous four-legged resident, “King Of Pop Culture” Doug the Pug, “said” visiting Love Circle is one of the best things to do in Nashville. 

Privacy in a popular place

Even with all the much-deserved area attention, some Love Circle properties — 3429 Love Circle, specifically — are perched in a way that lets you enjoy all that beauty with privacy and peaceful tranquility.

You don’t see Nashville homes like this come on the market often — I’d say if you’re looking to live in Love Circle, you probably won’t see one this special again.

Head here for more info/more photos of 3429 Love Circle, and please let us know if you have any questions, or would like to take a look in person.

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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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