Brick Cottage In Inglewood For 210K

Dated: 02/22/2014

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1519 Corder Dr, Nashville, TN 37206


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This sunny, well-cared for cottage on Corder Drive is fresh on the market in Inglewood's Dugger Heights, which is a stone's throw from Shelby Bottoms, Riverside Village, and lots of the area's favorite restaurants and bars.
Whoever lived here previously obviously put a lot of effort into updating this 1950 brick home, which spreads three bedrooms and one bathroom over a single level--a total of 1,051 square feet.
This renovated home has a roof that's two years old, an HVAC unit that's 1.5 years old, and a fresh coat of paint on everything from the porch to the front door to the interior walls and ceilings. The kitchen is particularly "cottagey," in the best sense of the word, with a gray-and-white checkerboard floor, beadboard wainscoting, and fresh white cabinets. The bathroom is updated and fresh, too, with white tile, a modern vanity, and handsome black and white tile floors. Original glass doorknobs are throughout the home. 
If storage is a concern in a home of this size, it's helpful that there's a two-car detached garage behind the house that could serve many purposes. There's a little over a quarter-acre of land, a paved driveway, parking area behind the house, and a partially fenced-in backyard. This cottage, on a street lined with similar 1950s brick cottages, has a lot of curb appeal, thanks in part to new landscaping in the front yard and a happy aqua front door. 
Let me know if you have questions about this home or this neighborhood, and would like to make an appointment to see it. 
Want to see more properties in this area?
Here's a 2,500-square-foot ranch on Porter Road with an in-ground pool--priced at $224,900. 
Here's a Lethia Drive brick house for $229,900 with 3 bedrooms and two baths. 
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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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