Opportunities Await with Middle Tennessee Acreage Listings

When looking to buy a home in Nashville and Middle Tennessee, our expert realtors often ask buyers, “Which Nashville lifestyle are you looking for?”

Typically if buyers in Middle Tennessee are looking for expansive acreage with plenty of privacy, they are also looking for unique opportunity. We have some stunning listings available now that serve as rural and recreational retreats.

From the finest corporate retreat to legendary horse farms, from untouched land to planned communities, take a look at these acreage properties for sale in Middle Tennessee.

Opportunities Await with Middle Tennessee Acreage Listings

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Welcome to one of the most beautiful retreats Middle Tennessee has to offer. This pristine 5 acre property is located on the shores of Tim’s Ford Lake in Winchester Tennessee and offers 18 bedrooms, 20 full baths, 17 1/2 baths and so much more. This brand new construction features 5 homes totaling 50,000 sq feet under roof, 3 gazebos, a 10 slip marina with boat lift, 10 slips for Jet Skis, 10 garages (20 car) and a tour bus garage.

Opportunities Await with Middle Tennessee Acreage Listings

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Stone Brook Falls is the perfect community if you are considering a waterfront property for your custom built home. This upscale gated community offers 44 lots at 59k and up on over 27 acres of rolling meadows that lead to the shorelines of Old Hickory Lake. Stone Brook Falls is located just North of I-40 and Hwy 70 between Mt. Juliet and Lebanon.

Opportunities Await with Middle Tennessee Acreage Listings

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Unique can’t even begin to describe this wondrous property. This is a versatile property that features an event center, equestrian palace and colonial home. Boasting 14,000 sq ft of marble and granite floors, 3 fireplaces, beautiful chandeliers, performing stage with 238 theater seats, a banquet hall seating 250+ guests, and a 1,900 sqft 2 bedroom apartment. This property is ideal for weddings, corporate functions, an auction house, artistic performances, and a multitude of potential future uses such as a brewery, vineyard/winery, art gallery and more.

Opportunities Await with Middle Tennessee Acreage Listings

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These 288 beautiful acres are the perfect private get away only 25 minutes from I-440. I-40 West to exit 172, yet totally secluded from the world outside. The center of this property boasts a 36 acre lake that was engineered to be the perfect water skiing environment and is stocked with bass and bluegill. Surrounding the lake are beautiful cleared areas perfect for building sites protected and made private by acres of dense timber.

Opportunities Await with Middle Tennessee Acreage Listings

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Welcome to your exclusive retreat in Williamson County’s highly sought after city of Franklin. This 100 acre plot is one of few left of this size and caliber and would make for an exquisite hilltop home site. The entry road takes you straight to the top of the mountain where you can see for miles and miles. There are road cuts throughout the property and mature uncut trees are plentiful throughout the 100 acres. Deer, turkey and a multitude of other wildlife call this beautiful land their home. Much of the lower section of the land can be cleared for pasture and cattle. This is a once in a lifetime chance to own a property like this.

Opportunities Await with Middle Tennessee Acreage Listings

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This like new custom built Nolensville home has breathtaking views from five different balconies and a beautiful saltwater pool. Located on 42 acres in Williamson County, the highest quality and attention to detail are truly something you have to see to believe. Don’t miss out on this one of a kind Williamson County home.

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Video: Stunning Williamson County Home in Nolensville

Enjoy private and peaceful views from five different balconies in this Williamson County home

1892 Burke Hollow Road
Nolensville, TN 37135

Four bedrooms, five full and two half bathrooms

This like new custom built Nolensville home has breathtaking views from five different balconies and a beautiful saltwater pool. Inside you’ll find a white and airy feel, with an abundance of storage and full finished basement with four walk out rooms. The home includes an elevator, Jeldwen windows and French doors, custom mahogany entrance doors, tons of beautiful windows, high quality columns and balustrades throughout. The highest quality and attention to detail are truly something you have to see to believe – don’t miss out on this one of a kind Williamson County home.

Video: Stunning Williamson County Home in Nolensville

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For more information on this Williamson County home for sale, please contact:

Joe Roper, The Lipman Group Sotheby's International RealtyJoe Roper
The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty
joe.roper@sothebysrealty.com
615.347.5711

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An Alfresco Guide to Greater Nashville: Where To Find Outdoor Dining in Nashville

Outdoor dining is always a treat, one that you only get to take advantage of when the weather is nice enough.

Spring in Nashville brings abundant sunshine and warm temperatures, perfect for enjoying a meal alfresco at one of Nashville’s many restaurants.

The patio at Pinewood Social can feel like being transported to Palm Springs. It offers plenty of seating, bocce ball, and pools.

The patio at Pinewood Social can feel like being transported to Palm Springs. It offers plenty of seating, bocce ball, and pools.

We asked our agents to recommend their favorite restaurants for outdoor dining in Nashville. Whether you prefer a sun-drenched sidewalk, pleasant patio seating, or catching rays on a rooftop we think you will find an ideal restaurant to enjoy an outdoor meal in Greater Nashville below.

Anne Ruark recommends the patio seating at BrickTop’s. Who doesn’t love sitting beneath their signature yellow umbrellas!

Donna Tisdale loves the beautiful outdoor dining area at Mère Bulles in Brentwood.

Who doesn’t love chips and salsa with their sunshine?! Emily Lowe enjoys the patio at Chuy’s – located in Midtown, Franklin, Opry Mills and Murfreesboro.

If you are a patio lover, then Sutton Lipman Costanza recommends Sambuca in the Gulch, Mafiaoza’s on 12th South, and East Nashville’s Pomodoro East and Rumours East. All of them have great patios!  Rumours East sits in a historic East Nashville home and their backyard seating is absolutely perfect. With string lights, occasional live music, and ambiance galore it’s no wonder Rumours East has been voted Nashville’s Best Patio repeatedly.

You will find another East Nashville patio to enjoy at Margot. Angela Wright recommends their fantastic fare, prepared from local seasonal produce, as well as the cucumber martini!

Where To Find Outdoor Dining in Nashville

Indulge in sake and sushi on the Virago rooftop patio in The Gulch which offers an incredible view of Downtown Nashville.

Monique Flores recommends a relative newcomer – Bartaco in 12 South. It opened in October 2015 and offers tacos, tequila, and an incredible outdoor dining area.

Renee Max recommends the rooftop patio at Downtown’s, Salsa. Located at 818 Palmer Place, the menu features Puerto Rican and Latin Cuisine.

Gloria Houghland enjoys the rooftop patio at Virago. Another option here is the lower patio and sake bar.

For more patio recommendations, check out this great roundup from Nashville Guru. Also check out Zomato (previously Urbanspoon) for a full list of rooftop, sidewalk, or courtyard seating at Nashville restaurants.

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Where to live near Nashville: Franklin, TN

Located in Williamson County, about 20 miles south of downtown Nashville, Franklin, TN, is home to almost 65,000 people that are surrounded by history, architecture, nature, entertainment and commerce.  The area of downtown Franklin is built around a town square located at 3rd Avenue and Main Street (U.S. Route 31), and is located in zip code 37064. Take a look at this video that offers a fly over view of everything that Franklin has to offer!

Franklin has become known for shopping and eating.  An idyllic main street is vibrant, filled with boutiques, antique shops, and shoppers. The Factory at Franklin is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and includes restaurants, antiques shops, art galleries, one-of-a-kind retail stores, culinary school, theater, working artisans, farmer’s market and much more. For a traditional shopping experience, there’s always CoolSprings Galleria.

Franklin, TN, is home to many equestrian estates...a horse lover's paradise!

Franklin, TN, is home to many equestrian estates…a horse lover’s paradise!

Many people associate the majestic rolling hills in and around Franklin, TN, with horses. There are many horse shows, horse farms, and associated businesses in the area.

The Nashville area is fortunate to have many famous people and celebrities living in its metro area. Franklin is a popular place for large estate homes for celebrities such as:

Steven Curtis Chapman

Ashley Judd

George Jones

Lee Greenwood

Franklin has lovely homes in many price ranges. From country estates to two-story brick traditional homes to historic cottages, there is truly something for everyone. The median home price is just under $500,000, but there are homes in Franklin as low as $100,000 up to well over $1 million. Click here to search Franklin homes for sale on our website.

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4 Popular Neighborhoods To Buy Homes In Nashville, Tennessee

4 Popular Neighborhoods To Buy Homes In Nashville, Tennessee

One thing residents love about Nashville is that there is some place for everyone. Whether you are a young professional or a retiree, raising a family or living the single life, there is a neighborhood that is ideal for your lifestyle. Take a look at some popular areas that are attracting new residents from all walks of life.

Green Hills

  • Location: South Nashville (below Interstate 440), east of Belle Meade and west of Oak Hill
  • Why Nashville loves it: Green Hills is a large community that feels like part city, part suburbia. You can live, work and play here without leaving its boundaries.
  • Things to Do: Shop at the upscale Mall at Green Hills; grab a drink at The Crowe’s Nest; catch an up-and-coming songwriter at the infamous Bluebird Café; or play tennis at the YMCA.
  • Real Estate Options: Established mid-century homes that sit on larger lots; some new construction and condos

8th Avenue South

  • Location: South of The Gulch and north of Melrose, along Interstate 65
  • Why Nashville loves it: A neighborhood currently on the rise, 8th Avenue South is home to some of Nashville’s favorite restaurants and shops. In recent years, it has become a residential neighborhood, as well. Its transformation over the last decade is unbelievable.
  • Things to Do: Shop at some of Nashville’s favorite antique shops; see a star comedian perform at Zanies Comedy Night Club; enjoy a Thai meal at The Smiling Elephant.
  • Real Estate Options: Mostly condos and townhomes. Developers have their eyes set on the area because of its recent growth, so be on the lookout for new residential opportunities in the future.

Germantown

  • Location: Situated between Rosa Parks Boulevard and the Cumberland River, just north of the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
  • Why Nashville loves it: One of Nashville’s oldest and most community-oriented neighborhoods, Germantown is eclectic and cozy with a green park-like atmosphere.
  • Things to Do: Walk to favorite boutiques and cafes; take part in the annual Nashville Oktoberfest; and grab local produce from the Nashville Farmers’ Market.
  • Real Estate Options: Nice blend of newer condos, townhomes and historic single-family homes

The Gulch

  • Location: Just south of Broadway and northeast of Interstates 65 and 40
  • Why Nashville loves it: One of the hippest neighborhoods in town, The Gulch happens to be the first LEED certified Green Neighborhood in the South. Extremely walkable, professionals love it because of its proximity to both work and play.
  • Things to Do: Enjoy a cup of coffee at a local cafe; listen to live music at a local club; visit Music Row next door; or take in a bluegrass show at the historic Station Inn.
  • Real Estate Options: Mostly high-rise condos with ample amenities, all of which are just a few steps away from shopping, dining and entertainment

To learn more about the real estate in these neighborhoods, contact The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty at 615.463.3333.

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