by TJ AndersonWe work on new-construction and renovation projects in Nashville all the time, so home design concerns — paint colors, tile choices, kitchen finishes — are a big part of my life
Featured Neighborhood Sylvan Heights In West Nashville
Flanked by I-40 and 440, Sylvan Heights is close to just about everything in Nashville, or so it seems; Charlotte Avenue, Murphy Road, and West End Avenue are all just a stone's throw away. The neighborhood, known for being populated by a close-knit community, is a mix of condos, new construction, and older homes (predominately built during the 1940s) and is a cousin to nearby Sylvan Park. It was once a pretty neglected neighborhood but is now increasingly popular thanks to its affordable prices and central location. Sylvan Heights is almost entirely residential, although it's surrounded by some of the city's top restaurants, coffee shops, and bars. However, both Climb Nashville and Nashville Ballet are located within Sylvan Heights.When looking for the west Nashville neighborhood that's right for you, don't forget to look to Sylvan Heights--especially if Sylvan Park prices aren't in your budget.Here are two homes for sale in Sylvan Heights right now:3800 Dakota Ave Nashville, TN, $449,900 - This place is being called a "must-see modern masterpiece," the work of Nashville designer Shelly Carder.
3905 Park Ave, Nashville, TN 37209, $329,900 - This newer construction house comes with a two-car garage.
Would you like to see either of these homes or find out more about Nashville's Sylvan Heights neighborhood? Contact Nashville realtor T.J. Anderson today.
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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