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Urban Luxury Home of the Day: Perfectly Secluded in Forest Hills
1706 Old Hickory Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37207
Deep set off of Old Hickory Boulevard, this stately home can be found at the end of a long gravel driveway flanked by beautiful old trees. Not short on space, the house features six bedrooms (two masters!) and five baths, as well as a recently renovated kitchen and baths, three family areas, a workshop basement that can be used as a music studio, and an in-law basement with a kitchen and bath--nearly 5,700 square feet for a family to spread out in. Hardwood floors throughout are flooded with sunlight from so many windows.
This is a home for someone who has been longing for their own plot of land, for a vegetable garden and a treehouse, for a break from city living.Though it's accurately described as secluded, surrounded as it is by nearly three fenced acres of trees, 1706 Old Hickory Boulevard is also incredibly convenient to Nashville hotspots like Green Hills, Belle Meade, and Brentwood, Radnor Lake and both Percy and Edwin Warner Parks.
The city of Forest Hills is bordered on the north by Harding Place, on the south by Old Hickory Boulevard, on the west by Chickering Road, and on the east by Granny White Pike. Hillsboro Pike (State Route 56/U.S. 431) serves as the main north/south corridor within the city limits.
For an appointment to see this home, contact T.J. Anderson at 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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