by TJ AndersonThis prediction from Dwell magazine, from late last year, just made its way into my Facebook feed: “Step Aside, Subway Tile — Penny Tile Is the New Classic.” Penny tile,
Urban Luxury Home of the Day: Modern Tudor in Green Hills
For the Green Hills lovers out there, this stunning three-bed, five-bath Tudor-style house was built in 2008. Builders spared no detail when constructing this roomy home, which clocks in at 3,640 square feet. The house includes a wood-paneled elevator among other luxury appointments like fireplaces throughout, a wet bar that adjoins the main room, and a bright kitchen equipped with all the modern amenities. Each bedroom comes with its own private bath. Also accounting for part of the home's spaciousness: An enormous bonus room on the top floor, a formal dining room, formal sitting room, office, and entry hall.
The home opens to a breezy patio area and impeccably landscaped backyard ideal for entertaining or children. And the property includes a separate deeded adjoining lot (Tax ID 117.15.OG.115.00-CO) for use however a future homeowner pleases.
And talk about location! Situated within walking distance from The Mall at Green Hills, Hillsboro High School, or David Lipscomb University, 305 Chateau Glen Place resides in the heart of one of Nashville's most vibrant communities, surrounded by restaurants and retail, schools, movie theaters, banks, and thriving businesses.
Call T.J. Anderson for an appointment to tour this Green Hills home: 615.866.4670
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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