By now you’ve likely heard that the GOP recently passed a tax reform bill. What you may not know is how homeowners will be impacted in the New Year. If you’re in the market to buy or already own your home, here’s how the new tax […]
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Many home sellers often overlook easy and relatively inexpensive fixes that not only increase visual appeal, but may also add to a home’s selling price. While major remodeling is costly and may not address the needs and tastes of prospective buyers, these repair and […]
Every house has a style. Sometimes it has two or more; because of renovations and new, eclectic mixes, fitting a home into one specific category can be daunting or even impossible. Thankfully, there’s no need to memorize complicated architectural terminology. REALTOR® Magazine has compiled a convenient compendium of common styles. Delve in and learn to highlight the details that give a home character, history, and romance.
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Eating hot chicken in Nashville isn’t just food to fill the belly. It’s entertainment. An event. An ordeal. It overtakes the senses like a Hank song – all tears, fire and passion. And that might be part of why it has a home in […]
There were 3,194 closings during the month of December, according to figures provided by the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS®. This is a 12.5 percent increase from the 2,838 closings reported for the same period in 2014.Fourth quarter closings are 8,621 for Greater Nashville. That total is a 3.5 percent increase from the […]
The Bloody Mary. Its the one drink that has cured as many hangovers as its created, and any restaurants brunch menu can most often be accurately judged by the quality of its offering. In Nashville, some are better than others and were here to help you out with the 11 best (and most creative) Bloody’s in town…
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We might have mentioned it a few times in the past but Nashville has a booming food scene that shows no sign of slowing down (no complaints here). New spots keep popping up faster than on a teenager’s face, and all of them owe […]
No, walking all the way to your local bar does not count as a hike — but these dozen gorgeous, awe-inspiring, Nashville-adjacent trails certainly do… See full story on thrillist.com Image courtesy of thrillist.com
Theres some debate whether to call the Wedgewood Houston neighborhood, whose borders are defined by Houston Street to the north, Wedgewood Avenue to the south, Eighth Avenue South to the west and Fourth Avenue South/Nolensville Pike to the east, We-Ho (for Wedgewood Houston) or So-Ho (a nod to New Yorks famed SoHo area). But whateveris chosen, the treasures in Wedgewood Houston (or We-Ho or So-Ho …) abound.
The neighborhood is like a blank slate with huge potential to be one of Nashvilles most sought-after urban areas. Why? There are several reasons: 1) location with its proximity to downtown, the Gulch, 12South, Belmont and access to the interstate; 2) the great old buildings with potential for lofts, cool work spaces and interesting restaurants; 3) a ton of green space so that the city and area can work with developers to create a neighborhood-friendly environment; 4) And finally, Greer Stadium, the former home of the Nashville Sounds baseball team, which is enjoying its fantastic new home at First Tennessee Park in Germantown. The land on which Greer sitsis a gorgeous expanse with more than25 acres. Imagine the possibilities!
If you are interested in homes in the Wedgewood Houston area see the latest listings below!
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Sure, back in the old days, $5 used to be able to get you a delicious meal, a room for the night, and change for a new car. Nowadays, although it can’t be stretched quite as far, it can at least get you one of […]