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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!

Movies Under the Stars

Outdoor Movies in Middle Tennessee

In case you missed Nashville Scene’s 24th Annual Movies in the Park and TailGate Brewery’s dog-friendly movie nights, we wanted to let you know about plenty of other opportunities to enjoy a movie under the stars! Clarksville Movies in the Park Clarksville’s summer movie series kicked off in May, but there are several movies remaining through the Fall. Follow Clarksville Parks and Recreation on Facebook for updates and weather announcements. Movies begin at sunset: July 14: Viewers’ Choice at Heritage Park (free)…

Best Donuts in Nashville

The 10 Best Donuts in Nashville

For a while, it seemed as if there was a new donut shop popping up on every corner. Donuts were the new cupcake! You may have noticed that many have closed their doors since Five Daughters Donuts opened their brick and mortar bakeries in the fall of 2015 and dominated the donut market (because they are AMAZING). With all the well-deserved hype, it would be easy to believe they’re the only donut bakery in town, but there are plenty others worth…

What’s up, Nashville?

This coming week is full of haunted houses, farmers markets, concerts, tours and more.   Festival goers will definitely want to check out: 2nd annual Light The Nations on October 21st from 4pm-10pm, free to attend, highlighting the Nations’ local businesses and featuring art, vendors, food trucks, live entertainment, a kids’ zone, and a dog park; 8th Annual Tennessee Beer and Wine Fest on October 21st from 12pm-5pm at Two Rivers Mansion in Donelson, where your ticket will get you…

Music For Your Eyes … Nashville’s Public Art

Nashville has a solid reputation as a city that values creative expression, especially in the form of music. But there’s another art form that has exploded in the last few years in Music City, and it’s free and accessible to everyone. Public art, such as colorful murals and exquisite sculptures, can be found all over downtown, in green spaces, around the suburbs, and beyond. If you’ve driven through the Gulch in recent months, you’ve likely noticed the line of people…

Nashville’s Original Suburb

Germantown Germantown covers an area of 18-square blocks and is Nashville’s oldest residential subdivision.  The streets are lined with brick sidewalks, and the neighborhood, designated as a city arboretum, has more greenery than the average urban neighborhood.  Homes in this area range from the late-1800s Victorians and cottages to newer homes, townhouses and condominiums. This charming neighborhood is only one mile from the heart of Downtown Nashville, two miles from The Gulch, and a little over two miles from East…

Relocating? Why Nashville Is The Hometown Of Choice

I’m sure you’ve heard by now that Nashville is being called the “It City” and that, depending upon the source, 60-80 people a day are relocating to Music City.  It’s really no wonder that people are drawn here, due to our relatively low cost of living, high quality of life, and central location in the Southeast.  Nashville has grown enough that, like larger metropolitan areas around the country, it has much to offer in the way of jobs, affordable residential…