Even though we are a couple of weeks away from the official start of winter, many Nashvillians are ready to snuggle up by the fire! We have selected these four homes in the Nashville area to entice you into dreaming about the warmth and delight a fireplace can bring to a room. Some people light fires for the warmth, some for tradition, some for the light, and others just because there is something special about a crackling fire on a cool evening.
Architectural Details Highlighted in Stone Cast Fireplace in Franklin
A commanding stone-cast fireplace surround is an eye-catching centerpiece in this exceptional Franklin TN home. Click on the image for more photos and additional information about this home offered for sale by RE/MAX Homes and Estates.
Traditional Bungalow with Contemporary Flair and Fireplaces in Sylvan Park
This traditional bungalow in Sylvan Park has a decidedly contemporary flair inside. The living room is a key display of modern design with its sleek fireplace. There’s a more traditional fireplace in the dining room as well. Click on the image for more photos and additional information about this home offered for sale by RE/MAX Homes and Estates.
Historic Home in Fayetteville with Multiple Fireplaces Throughout
Historic Chilcoat-West Home in Fayetteville TN was erected in 1850, so it should come as no surprise that the home has many fireplaces, even a glamorous one in the master bathroom. Click on the image for more photos and additional information about this home offered for sale by RE/MAX Homes and Estates.
Downtown Nashville Penthouse with Two Fireplaces on the 14th Floor
One of two gas fireplaces is found in the master suite on the second floor of the penthouse in the Phoenix. Click on the image for more photos and additional information about this home offered for sale by RE/MAX Homes and Estates.
If you are ready to brave the elements, you may be interested in Nashville area homes for sale with outdoor fireplaces.
Bungalows are a favorite style of home found in the South and Southeastern parts of the United States, and there are many appealing bungalows here in Nashville. They are typically built of wood and heavily influenced by the Craftsman style. Craftsman style features include:
- A low-pitched, gabled roof
- A front porch
- Support columns for the front porch are usually tapered
- Multipane instead of single-pane windows
- Single dormers
- Stone details
- Exposed rafter tails and beams under deep roof eaves. Triangular supports called knee braces are an alternative to exposed rafter tails and roof beams.
Bungalow homes in Nashville can be almost one hundred years old, as the majority of them were built in the 1920’s and 1930’s. While you can find them in almost any Nashville neighborhood, the largest concentrations of bungalows remain in East Nashville, Germantown, 12South, and West End.
Residential builders often use the Craftsman bungalow style when building new homes in these established neighborhoods.
We found several bungalows for sale in Nashville located at 1036 Chicamauga Avenue, 3522 Murphy Road and 508 Russell Street. Click here to see all bungalow homes currently for sale in Nashville.
Classic Bungalows Near 12South
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Entertainer’s Dream with Open Floorpan in East Nashville
This East Nashville bungalow went through a “to the studs” renovation and is move in ready! Click on the image for more photos for 1036 Chicamauga Avenue.
High Tech Wiring in this Richland Bungalow
Click here to see more images of this bungalow located at 3522 Murphy Road with the appeal of an older era but updated with high tech CAT5 wiring. For more info, contact RE/MAX Homes and Estates.
Edgefield Bungalow With Huge Yard and Steps Away from Eastland Park-5 Points-Shelby Park
Click on this image to find out more about this Nashville bungalow for sale that is steps away from the Titans, downtown and so many restaurants. 508 Russell Street is in Historic Edgefield.