Town homes and Craftsman-style homes! That is the newest wave in Nashville TN real estate on the west side. For a long, long time, Vanderbilt University, and Belmont University employees, teachers and students have needed a great place to live near their university. Downtown workers have also been eager to see some affordable new life in the Nashville Tennessee real estate market. Now, three Nashvillians, raised on the west side, are investing in their neighborhoods by turning industrial land into a 28-townhome community called EastOak Groves.
These homes launched at 46th and Michigan Avenues because of revitalization efforts along Charlotte Avenue. The great popularity of nearby Sylvan Park helped. The developers and investors are targeting young professionals who want the fabulous close proximity to either the universities or downtown at an affordable price.
These cottage-style, three-bedroom town homes priced at about $210,000 fit the bill. They have energy efficient windows, fabulous appliances and beautiful curb appeal double porches.
Across Charlotte in Sylvan Park, there is another project called West End Station, with craftsman-style homes with square footages ranging from 1300 to 1700 ft. These are priced slightly higher at $249K to $310, but still well within the best price for the area. This 46 home community has already sold 17 if the 22 homes in the first phase.
Buyers in this great area on the west side of the Nashville real estate market place get good architecture, a good location and a walkable neighborhood. It’s a Generation Y hip place to live!
Posted by: Editor