by TJ AndersonI’m forever on the lookout for places to buy vintage furniture in Nashville. I’m also forever on the lookout for places to buy unique, handmade home decor.So, when Dashwood&
Your Local ML MESS Volume 3
What time is it? It's time for the best of the worst in real estate photography.
We affectionately refer to these gems as "ML Messes." We take the best of the worst photos we have encountered on our searches for our clients. Can we get a filter in here?
If you missed the past 2 editions to the ML Mess series, check them out here:
ML Mess Volume 1
ML Mess Volume 2
1. All measurements are approximate, and based upon the wingspan of NBA Legend Michael Jordan.
2. Spacious living room....probably.
3. A master bedroom for the kid and/or carnival winner in all of us.
4. I've got a strong feline you'll love this place!
5. Housekeeper sold separately.
6. Gourmet kitchen, complete with debilitating vertigo.
7. Armchair and TV remain with home as a pair..all other furniture has turned against them.
That's it for this week! What was your favorite? Got a house to sell? Don't let instagram market your home, call us, and we'll get our professional photography team out there ASAP!
**all captions are completely satire & do not represent the pictures or homes being sold in any way**
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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