Wednesday, January 16, 2019 / by Tina Suttle
1249 Sandy Valley Rd.
Hendersonville, TN. 37075
4 BR, 3.5 BA, 4013 Sq. Ft.
Gorgeous Open Plan Home situated on nearly an Acre! This 4013 sf home will be completed late April featuring Custom Cabinetry, Custom Trim Work, Wainscotting, Trey & Vaulted Ceilings, Granite, Hardwood & Tile Flooring, Tiled Showers, Covered Rear Patio, 3 Car Garage and so much more! No HOA! Only 22 miles to Nashville!
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Wednesday, December 26, 2018 / by Tina Redding
MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE! Finished basement complete with kitchenette and a full bath. Plenty of opportunities in this home for entertaining. Short commute to I-24 to downtown Nashville. In addition to a finished basement you should see the spacious bonus/family room. Located in the quiet, family friendly neighborhood of Quail Ridge. Priced at $394,000. MLS #1978379 4620 Indian Summer, Nashville TN Connect with Brenda Neely (615)417-2836 or Tina Redding (615)268-5985. EXIT Real Estate Solutions (615)826-0001
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Monday, November 19, 2018 / by Tina Redding
437 London Ct Antioch TN - New Construction in Antioch, 3BR, 2.5B, all bedrooms upstairs, large Bonus Room and a 500SF unfinished basement. Located on a dead-end street in Piccadilly Square Subdivision. Great floorplan!
4620 Indian Summer Dr Nashville - New Construction --Convenient location! Just minutes to I-24 with easy access to downtown Nashville. Seller to provide 2-10 Home Warranty. Spacious full finished basement with full bath and kitchenette. Perfect for in-law suite, man cave or teen room. Seller to pay up to 3% of buyer's closing costs.
Builder Patton Construction LLC
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Tuesday, September 04, 2018 / by Tina Redding
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