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
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.
Classic Bungalow Near 12South with Remodeled Interior
Click on the image to see more about this bungalow for sale in Nashville at 1510 Ferguson Ave. Just a stone’s throw away to all 12South has to offer! This classic bungalow has been remodeled to include screened in porch with a fireplace…perfect for fall!
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 The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.
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.
When looking to buy a home in Nashville and Middle Tennessee, our expert realtors often ask buyers, “Which Nashville lifestyle are you looking for?” Our great city can provide a myriad of options ranging from urban and walkable to expansive acreage with plenty of privacy.
We know many buyers are currently looking for condos that offer a low maintenance lifestyle in a convenient location. What we must point out to these buyers is that in August this year, there were 410 condo sales in Nashville, a gain of 12 percent compared to August 2014. In the same month, inventory only included 988 available condominiums, so you can see that the demand is great.
If you are looking for the condominium lifestyle in Nashville, look no further. Here we have a selection of condos at all price points throughout Davidson County:
The all inclusive HOA makes a stress free lifestyle for all at Wessex Towers. This is a North corner unit, so it is larger than most similar floor plans. Click here for more photos and information from The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.
Gorgeous top floor condo in gated community with hardwoods, stainless steel appliances, 10ft. ceilings & fireplace. Freshly painted. Balcony overlooks courtyard. Conveys with one car garage. Amenities include fitness center, pool, grilling area and car wash. Click here for more photos and information from The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.
The Adelicia #1405 | Midtown | Listing agent: Michelle Maldonado
In this one bedroom at The Adelicia, stepping out on your private balcony you can feel the warm breeze blow across your face while you soak up the magnificent view that is Nashville. Inside you will find attention to detail, a built-in bar, a custom closet, granite countertops, custom lighting and lovely window treatments. Click here for more photos and information from The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.
1101 18th Avenue S. #211 | Midtown | Listing agent: Robert Nemer
This impressive 2 story midtown boutique condo features 20′ ceiling in living room, multiple balconies, walk in closets, granite and stainless in kitchen, large storage, 2 parking space and a convenient location. This is a unique and large unit for the building with new floors and paint this year and only a short walk to Vanderbilt, Belmont and Edgehill. Click here for more photos and information from The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.
The Terrazzo #1009 | The Gulch | Listing agent: Nichole Holmes
Overlook all that is beautiful Nashville on your personal balcony in one of Nashville’s most spectacular condominium complexes, The Terrazzo. With a 2 bedroom and 2.5 bath floor plan this unit also boasts huge his and hers walk-in closets in the Master, separate soaking tub and shower, double sinks, 11′ finished ceilings, floor to ceiling glass and many more upgrades. Click here for more photos and information from The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.
The Adelicia #1015 | Midtown | Listing agent: Michelle Maldonado
This 10th floor luxury condominium boasts four, yes four spacious balconies that line the unit and provide plentiful outdoor space in addition to an open living and dinning area, laundry room, half bath, two parking spaces and a private storage unit. Click here for more photos and information from The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.
The Adelicia #1111 | Midtown | Listing agent: Michelle Maldonado
Imagine living in a space where you can view the colorful Nashville skyline from your comfortable couch, master suite or even while cooking in your luxury kitchen. This home has it all including; floor to ceiling windows, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, two private balconies and many more building amenities. Click here for more photos and information from The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.
The Adelicia #1201 | Midtown | Listing agent: Michelle Maldonado
Displaying features of a contemporary rustic hybrid by design, this condo offers more than relaxed ambiance and sunlight including; Subzero refrigerator, wine storage, wolf gas range,11′ waterfall island, Waterworks tile, silk blackout drapes and stunning downtown views of the Nashville skyline. Click here for more photos and information from The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.
At The Lipman Group, we can help you navigate the exciting and fast paced Nashville real estate market. If you are looking to live the condominium lifestyle, contact us!
It’s been a decade since Middle Tennessee has seen residential real estate boom this amazingly. Home sales sizzled this summer, with activity in Nashville topping records set back in 2005.
Properties under contract in August were across all price points, including this luxury listing in Northumberland.
For a fourth consecutive month, the region posted a double-digit increase in home sales. Last month, there were 3,770 home closings, up 16.7 percent from August last year and more than the total home sales for each full year from 2008 to 2011.
Based on 3,647 sales pending at the end of August, September’s home sales are also expected to be stronger than last year’s. The average home spent not even two full months on the market.
In addition, Nashville area home prices continue to hover around a record high set this summer, reflecting a tight inventory. In August, the median price of single-family home was $235,000, up from $219,000 a year ago, according to the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS®.
Hot Market + Low Inventory = Multiple Offers
Multiple offers, fondly referred to as bidding wars, have returned to the housing market after being virtually extinct for several years. With inventory hovering at a two- to three-month supply, it’s easy to understand why a market-ready home can become the subject of multiple offers.
You can call them the best places to buy a home right now – Nashville, Murfreesboro, and more Tennessee cities. According to WalletHub’s list of 2015’s Healthiest Housing Markets, steady economic recovery, low unemployment rates, soaring rent prices and rising consumer confidence make these the most attractive housing markets in the U.S.
WalletHub looked at 300 U.S. cities in terms of 14 indicators including median home-price appreciation to home price as a percentage of income to job growth, and came up with a list that includes these small, midsize and large cities in Middle Tennessee.
The experts WalletHub spoke to all suggested that now is a good time to buy a home – especially in communities with promising economies as we see in Nashville.
“Potential buyers should pay far more attention to their own finances and conditions in the neighborhood and far less to guessing where interest rates or the national economy will go,” Scott Deacle, assistant professor of business and economics at Ursinus College in Pennsylvania, told WalletHub.
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This open and spacious home in Brentwood TN sits on a private cul-de-sac lot. Owner’s suite and guest suite with private bath both featured on main level. Hardwood floors throughout main level, except bonus room, granite countertops in all baths and kitchen. New roof. Spacious home with lots of upgrades!
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