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Nashville, Donelson, Hermitage, Old Hickory, Mt. Juliet, Lebanon Open Houses for Sale

This Week’s Open Houses

Here are the upcoming Open Houses for residential real estate in Nashville and surrounding areas! If you would like to customize this search to meet your needs, click on “See All Results” at the bottom of this page and modify the search fields on the next page. Please let us know if you would like information about these, or any other properties. Please let the hosting agents know that we sent you!

Donelson TN Murals and Homes

What People Love About Middle Tennessee’s East Side

With the population rising, home prices soaring, and traffic increasing daily in Nashville’s urban core, it’s easy to guess why so many home buyers are migrating to outlying communities such as Donelson, Hermitage, and Mt. Juliet. A few years ago, most people could reasonably expect to live within 15-20 minutes of their jobs, but this is becoming increasingly difficult to find. People are now looking for affordable homes and a sense of community within an hour of their job. For many,…

Hamilton Springs Station for Music City Star Nashville's Commuter Train

Hamilton Springs Station: Music City Star’s Newest Stop to Be Complete in Mid-August

Hamilton Springs Station is about to be the newest stop on the Music City Star‘s route between Nashville and Lebanon, Tennessee. The commuter train runs Monday through Friday, stopping several times a day in Downtown Nashville, Donelson, Hermitage, Mt. Juliet, and Lebanon, making it an excellent alternative to Nashville’s growing traffic problem for those living east of the city. The train also offers an extended schedule on Friday nights, giving folks a safe and affordable way to enjoy Downtown nightlife for a few hours….

Updating America’s Traditional Home: The Mid-Century Ranch

You don’t have to drive far around Nashville to find neighborhoods full of mid-century ranch houses. Areas such as Madison, Donelson, Crieve Hall and Green Hills are teeming with ranch homes. Most commonly, this house style has one level, with living areas on one end of the house and bedrooms on the other. With a relatively small footprint, the size generally runs between 1,000 and 2,000 square feet. Many have three bedrooms and one to two baths. Following World War…