What You Get For The Money In Middle Tennessee Part 2

Dated: 07/01/2015

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by TJ Anderson

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In June, I started a blog post series focused on what you can get for the money, home-wise, in Middle Tennessee, starting with the median residential price for a single-family home in Nashville at the time ($235,000). 

Home prices have been rising steadily (and quickly — the National Association of Realtors said the current rate could be unsustainable). But in Middle Tennessee, you can still get a lot of house at that median price. (Check out what I found in June — a few of those homes are still on the market.)

This month, I thought we’d extend a little further, to the average home cost in Williamson County. Numbers from the Williamson County Association of Realtors for May 2015 put that figure at $409,999, so let’s take a look at what you can get all around Middle Tennessee for around $400,000.

Downtown Nashville 

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301 Demonbreun St., Unit 2004

Nashville, TN 37201


A modern high-rise condo downtown (at The Encore), with loft-like touches (concrete ceilings, open design), upscale finishes and amenities galore, including a fitness space, pool, sundeck and more — not to mention an ideal location if you’re looking to be right up in things, with busy Broadway stuff, the Schermerhorn and lots of great restaurants right nearby.


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2004 Harvington Dr.

Franklin, TN 37069


Manicured and meticulous with 2,500-plus square feet and a backyard you truly have to view — lush, leafy, large and level, for playing kids and dogs and outdoor entertaining.

East Nashville

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2303A Carter Ave.

Nashville, TN 37206


On point new construction in East Nashville with an open main floor, contemporary design and more than 2,200 square feet of living space, plus a rare grab on the Eastside these days: more than half an acre of land.


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5817 Hearthstone Ln.

Brentwood, TN 37027


Columns, covered porches, classic Southern beauty and a lot of space in a great Hearthstone location — almost 3,000 square feet, with 4 beds and 2 1/2 baths and a huge fenced backyard.

West Meade

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967 Davidson Dr.

Nashville, TN 37205


A newer 3-bed, 3 1/2 bath brick home that looks brand new, and has a few particularly great draws: masters on each level and a treehouse-like deck that’ll make it feel like you’re in Gatlinburg. 


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5673 Lickton Pike

Goodlettsville, TN 37072


Head north of Nashville a little, and you get a lot of space on all fronts — more than 3,300 square feet inside (with 4 beds and 3 1/2 baths) and more than five private, wooded acres, plus four outbuildings, all of them really cool.

Green Hills

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672 Timber Ln.

Nashville, TN 37215


A gorgeously renovated and updated townhome with magazine-grade design, from the bright and open kitchen to a courtyard that could be in an upscale European hotel.

Any of these homes fit your needs and budget? On the hunt for something different? We’d love to help, wherever you’re looking in Middle Tennessee — just reach out!

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TJ Anderson

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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