This Listing of the Week is better than brand new! The beautiful Devonshire floor plan with downstairs master, three bedrooms and media room upstairs has lots of upgrades. Lush, easy care landscaping, a dog park, a playground, and walking trails are just a few of the amenities you’ll find out your front door. It’s also close to the lake and just steps to the Hendersonville Greenway! An easy walk to fantastic shopping, dining and a 16 cinema Imax theater will make for a great evening out.
With football season back in action, you may notice a little extra hop in the step of some of your favorite football fans. A time when the air starts to cool, fans unite, and the weekends are blocked off for everything-football – for the football enthusiast, the happiest time of the year is upon us!
This week’s Listing is Historic Spring Haven Mansion, a plantation home built in 1825 that has seen many memorable guests such as Andre Jackson, Isaac Franklin, and Adelicia Acklen. The property features elegant interiors and sits on a stately three acres with large trees, springs, and picturesque grounds. The original log cabin home still exists on the property, and the estate has been used as an event venue.
How is the market? It’s a question our agents get asked a lot, and for good reason. If you’re considering buying a new home or selling one that you already own, the market trends and predictions are important in the decision-making process. Below is our most recent market update information for Davidson, Williamson, Wilson, Rutherford, and Sumner counties to help you make the most informed and beneficial choices possible.
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Water is an important resource, however many homes use more of it than they realize. As such, it’s vital to consider the ways homeowners can conserve water as this will ultimately create positive environmental changes and cut costs for them as well.
This beautiful Victorian home has undergone a magnificent renovation that brought it to the modern age, but kept all the historic charm! With lots of outdoor living space and the convenience of walking to downtown Pulaski, you can’t go wrong with this stunning Listing of the Week!
September. It’s one of a lot of Middle Tennessean’s favorite months. The air is beginning to show signs of cooling, college football has started back up, and there’s a lot to see and do around town. Whether you’re interested in some food related fun, one of the best music festivals in Tennessee, or are eager for a throwback, we’ve got some great event ideas for you to fill your September calendar!
A fresh coat of paint can make a space feel instantly new again. With a relatively low cost compared to other major renovations, usually, the biggest thing standing between homeowners and fresh paint is trying to decide on a color. While you should always go with your own personal style, we’ve scoured the internet for some of this years’ trendiest paint colors. Ready, set, paint!
This Smyrna residence within the Oaks Subdivision features a beautifully remodeled master bathroom, fresh paint, and an inground salt water pool. The beautiful Listing of the Week sits on a large lot just two miles to the lake.
Named by US News and World Report as one of the “Best Places to Retire,” Smyrna, Tennessee is located in Rutherford County and is one of the most family-friendly places to live in Middle Tennessee. The city provides plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities, as it features an outdoor waterpark, more than 10 parks, and 7 miles of greenery trails. Smyrna is an excellent place in which to work, live, and enjoy nature.
As summer trudges on and the hot, steamy, humid weather has made itself at home for the time being in the Middle Tennessee area, you can say the “Dog Days” of summer have officially arrived and settled in. While some complain that it’s the most uncomfortable time of the year, we challenge you to use the “Dog Days” as a chance to get out and enjoy the area. Sunny skies, summer hours and Middle Tennessee at your fingertips? We can think of many worse situations to find yourself in. Here are some of our favorite ways to get out and enjoy this time of year.