This newly renovated 1930 Tudor is nestled on a hill on the Edgefield historic district in quaint downtown’s East Nashville area. Being renovated in 2014, the home has all the modern amenities of a brand new home, but still has the charm & character of the 1930’s era. The home has an open floor plan, hardwood floors, high-end stainless kitchen and modern design. The neighborhood is interwoven with coffee shops, art galleries, live music, nightlife as well as acclaimed eateries featured by the New York Times and Food Network. Within walking distance is also the well known area of East Nashville called 5 points, where you can enjoy casual dining.
This home features a high-end stainless steel kitchen which is fully stocked with gas range/oven, farmhouse sink, wine fridge and accompanying appliances. The kitchen opens up to the living room equipped with 1 of 5 flat screen TV's and modern décor. The living room opens up via french doors to the gorgeous outdoor entertaining space on the back porch. There is a stainless gas grill and chiminea and plenty of seating to relax and enjoy the outdoors in the evenings. The outdoor space overlooks a large, private fenced in backyard as well.
The main living level of the home dons a powder room, formal family room and separate dining room that seats 6, with additional seating at the kitchen bar. Also on the main level is the Master Bedroom with a large flat screen tv and Master Bath with dual shower heads & a soaking tub. This second level of the home has a nice size bonus room with a large sectional couch, 2 more spacious bedrooms with 2 queen beds, laundry room, & a full bathroom with a tub/combo shower.
This home is located in East Nashville, the most thriving, eclectic, historic and hip area which has become one of the city's most desired areas to live and work. The neighborhood is a biker's and walker's paradise. From the Bistros and white table cloths, star sightings and coffee houses, to the live music of Nashville’s “honky tonk” Nightlife such as Tootsies Orchid Lounge as well as the Nashville Convention Center, L.P. Field, Nashville Sounds “Sulphur Dell” Stadium, Country Music Hall of Fame, famous “Gulch” & “12 South” areas and Bridgestone Arena are all less than 5 minutes away.
The Catbird Seat, City House, Margot Café and Bar, Lockland Table, Holland House, Rumors East, Merchants, Pinewood Social, The Southern, Kayne Prime Steak House, Virago, Moto, Silly Goose, Sambucca, Germantown Café, The Vine, Butchertown Hall, Husk, Rolf & Daughters, & much more.
East Nashville Casual Eateries:
Edley’s Barbecue, 3 Crow Bar, The Nail Lounge, Mad Donnas, East-Centric, East Nashville Farmer's Market, The Red Door Saloon, Bongo Java, 5 Points Pizza, Battered & Fried, Rosepepper Cantina, Local Taco, The 5 Spot, The Green Wagon, Hip Zipper, Mas Tacos Por Favor, Nashville Farmers Market, The Pharmacy Burger Parlor and Beer Garden, Boltons Spicy Chicken & Fish, Arnold’s Country Kitchen, Mas Tacos Por Favor, Nashville Farmers Market, Pepperfire, Marche Artisan Foods, Las Paletas Gourmet Popsicles, Whiskey Kitchen, Jeni’s Ice Cream, I Dream of Weanie, Ugly Mugs, Sweet 16, and more....
Nashville Sights of interest
Country Music Hall of Fame, The Grand Old Opry, Tennessee Titians, Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Fontanel, Bridgestone Arena, Nashville Predators, Nashville Sounds, Roberts Western Wear, Jack’s Barbecue, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Historic Broadway, Tootsies Orchid Lounge, The Home of Andrew Jackson, NashTrash Tours, Peddle Tavern, Nashville Zoo, Nashville Convention Center, Cheekwood, just to name a few....
With all the delicious foods, star sightings, live music of all genera's and the Nashville nightlife, to the traditional must-do tourist attractions, you will sure to enjoy southern hospitality and will definitely want to visit again!