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Own A Piece Of Music History Near Nashville
Not every area gets to see multiple pieces of serious music history hit the market all at once. Ever think about living or working inside a space that once housed a country or rock 'n' roll great? The folks at Historic Nashville, Inc. — a great resource if you’re interested in our area’s historic architecture — just tipped toward several remarkable pieces of Music City history on the market here now:
Mother Maybelle Carter’s place
1020 Gibson Dr.,
Colonel Tom Parker’s office
1215 Gallatin Pike S.
1022 Lischey Ave.
4902 Elkins Ave,
1018 W Main St.
(Top photo, another piece of country music history: Shorty Warren, Rosalie Allen, Ernest Tubb, Cy Sweat, Dave Miller, Radio Dot, Smokey Warren, Dick Richards, Minnie Pearl, Bob McCoy, and Smokey Swan at Carnegie Hall in 1947, by William P. Gottlieb.)
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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