Search for homes near Vanderbilt here. This is one of the most difficult areas in Nashville to find affordable homes, for obvious reasons. Not only do you have doctors, professors, and students at Vanderbilt University and Medical center who want to live close, but it’s also in downtown Nashville where a lot of business executives would like to live. Most of the homes here are at least 50 years old, and have had some type of renovation, but make sure you have a good inspector, and a good handyman. You will probably need both unless you decide to buy one of the newer condos.
You will here names of neighborhoods that tend to pop up while discussing the areas, and each one has is own character and history. It’s comforting to know that for a long time, this area of Nashville has been as good of an investment as you could ever expect. I’ll touch on a few of the most popular ones, and you can click on the neighborhood link to find homes for sale in the neighborhood.
Homes near Vanderbilt have been good investments in every economic climate, because they are always in high demand. Right now due to the shortage of available lots, and to cost to built, prices have been increasing at a rapid pace. If you would like to search for homes near Vanderbilt, give me a call.
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$335,000 : 1939 Capers Avenue, Nashville2 beds, 2 bathsListed with Synergy Realty Network, LLC
$949,900 : 1211B Sigler St, Nashville4 beds, 5 bathsListed with PARKS
$825,000 : 2524 Sunset Place, Nashville4 beds, 3 bathsListed with Zeitlin & Co., Realtors
$450,000 : 301 Demonbreun St Unit 711, Nashville1 bed, 1 bathListed with Hodges and Fooshee Realty Inc.
$1,750,000 : 3734 Whitland Ave, Nashville4 beds, 4 bathsListed with French King Fine Properties
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(all data current as of 11/17/2017)
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