Homes For Sale In Franklin TN That Get You In Or Close To Historic Downtown

Dated: 02/13/2018

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by TJ Anderson

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I’ve been saying this for years, but it only keeps getting more true: Historic Downtown Franklin is a treasure. Historic charm, small-town friendliness, world-class eating and drinking, walkable fun, one of the coolest theaters in the state — the list of reasons homebuyers find themselves drawn to Historic Downtown Franklin is long and lively, and next time I buy a new home, it’s definitely on my short list of locations.

Has Downtown Franklin grabbed your heart, too? It feels like a good time to be looking for a home in the area — there are some gorgeous options on the market now, across a mix of budgets and styles, from renovated historic homes to newer builds.

Curious to see specifics? Below, a few across-the-board picks that caught my eye on the MLS:

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515 Cobert Ln

Franklin, TN 37065


Getting close to Historic Downtown Franklin doesn’t necessarily mean getting close to a million-dollar budget. This well-kept newer home, built in 2014, is spacious enough for a growing family, with 4 beds and 3 baths over about 2100 square feet, and it’s just a few blocks from Downtown Franklin dining, with a list price under $420K.

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605 W End Cir

Franklin, TN 37064


You can live within a stone’s throw of Franklin’s Historic Sowntown and still own a brand new home, if that’s what you’re driven toward. Take this 4-bed, 5-bath luxury new built barely a mile from downtown — it echoes the area’s historic aesthetics (from the architecture to the timeless finishes), but you get the benefits of modern energy efficiency, with upgrades like spray foam insulation and a tankless water heater.

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117 7Th Ave N

Franklin, TN 37064


When I meet a homebuyer looking for a new place in or near Downtown Franklin, their holy grail is usually a turn-of-the-century home that’s already been upgraded and updated, with finishes that don’t fight with the home’s origins. Here it is, in the flesh: A circa-1865 home on a large corner lot, steps from downtown restaurants and shops, completely renovated, and done so stunningly well. Their ornate bathroom floor tile choices are a personal favorite, but if you’re into cooking, check out the kitchen — that French range is quite the extra.

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906 Evans St

Franklin, TN 37064


A newer luxury home with lots of bonuses, this 2014 property is walking distance from downtown, but stocked with the space to fit a large family — just shy of 3500 square feet. If you like to entertain, the bonus room with wet bar and charming sunroom are pretty key. If you like to cook — and particularly prize cabinet and prep space — you’ll likely dig the kitchen here, too.

Have your heart set on living in or near Historic Downtown Franklin? I’d love to help you find your Franklin dream home. Call or email TJ Anderson Homes here.

Properties are listed with their own respective real estate firms, and not under agreement with TJ Anderson and/or Benchmark Realty, LLC, except where noted.

Top photo: Downtown Franklin on Facebook
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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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