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Urban Luxury Home of the Day: When Your Backyard is the Cumberland River
Through a wrought iron gate and at the end of a long blacktop drive, you’ll find 4434 Brush Hill Road—one of the finest properties in the Brush Hill/Inglewood area and one of the most tempting listings in all of Nashville.
I’d be remiss not to mention right away that if you step onto the sprawling back deck of this 5,282 square-foot home, you’ll be treated to your very own view of the Cumberland River, also visible from the dining room and master bedroom. You know, no big deal.
For as much as the exterior of the property has the power to wow, the inside of this renovated, cut stone home may be even more of a showstopper. Done in a neutral palette to appeal to anyone’s design sensibilities and with windows letting light in at every turn, this home offers the open, contemporary feel of loft living within a single-family dwelling.
Built in 1953 but meticulously renovated to accommodate the demands of modern home owners, 4434 Brush Hill Road contains four spacious bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. The main bath includes a gorgeous soaking tub, a walk-in shower and double vanities.
Outfitted with contemporary, state-of-the-art appliances, fixtures, floors, showers, sinks and tubs, no luxe details were spared here. The floor plan is especially airy, so that the kitchen, breakfast room, dining room and living room mingle together, unified by light-colored hardwood floors. Add to this a centrally located fireplace, and you’ll see why prospective buyers see so much potential for entertaining here.
A full finished basement tacks on an additional 2,217 square feet and offers a 16 foot by 14 foot rec room, office space, additional bedroom, and a kitchenette/bar. Outside of the kitchen, this space will likely log the most family hang time.
And back to the great outdoors: A full-yard iron fence encloses a nicely landscaped .70 acres, which includes an attached two-car garage.
You may just have to see this listing in person to believe it.
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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