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    To everything there is a season…Happy fall!

    By The ACRE Team | September 22, 2021

    Fall into these easy home care project… Now that the weather is cooling, it is a great time for outdoor home and yard care — the temperature is ideal, plants are cheaper, and veggies are hardy. Here are some projects that’ll transform your home this season: DIY a Compost Bin – If you’re serious about... Read More

    Seeing the Forest Through the Trees

    By The ACRE Team | September 1, 2021

    Escape to Beautiful Forest Hills This week, we highlighted a classic Forest Hills home on our social channels. In addition to being tucked among the trees at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, this home has been thoughtfully remodeled to preserve much of the its original character. The post receive a considerable amount of interest,... Read More

    Show your Nashville community some love this weekend!

    By The ACRE Team | August 9, 2021

    Back For The Future Fundraiser for Old School Farm Just in case you were sitting around this Monday morning wondering what you might possibly get into this week, we wanted to take a moment to help fill up your social calendar with these great opportunities. This Saturday evening, August 14, 6-10pm, is a great opportunity... Read More

    ‘Big Brother’ is casting in Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | February 20, 2019

      As Nashville Realtors, we tend to be a little more focused on helping locals find, let’s say “longer-term” housing. But when the folks in control of the Big Brother house come to Nashville, we figure it’s worth passing that along to our local friends too. We’ve learned from the response to posts we’ve made... Read More

    Nashville Restaurant Week is back in January, 2019

    By Ashley Dugger | December 31, 2018

      After Thanksgiving and/or Christmas — and after whatever you’re getting up to on New Year’s Eve in Nashville — finding food might not be the first thing on your mind. But by the second week of January or so, we bet you’ll be back looking for Nashville restaurants that capture your curiosity and entertain... Read More

    Still need Nashville New Year’s Eve plans? A few options:

    By Ashley Dugger | December 27, 2018

      It’s understandable, while you’re gathering Christmas presents and hosting parties, that you might end up a little behind on making your Nashville New Year’s Eve plans. But as busy as our city’s gotten over the past few years, last-minute New Year’s Eve planning can get a little… complicated. That said, if you’re about to... Read More

    Where to catch a Christmas tree lighting in and around Nashville in 2018

    By Ashley Dugger | November 12, 2018

      If the festive holiday chestnuts ringing through every store and restaurant you walk into haven’t quite gotten you in the Christmas mood for 2018, there’s probably one thing that’ll really do it: a celebratory Christmas tree lighting. Even the Scroogiest among us have to admit there’s something magical at a city Christmas tree lighting... Read More

    Get as good as you give this Thanksgiving with Third Man Records in Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | November 6, 2018

      Just to set a foundation: The act of giving is of course its own reward, and especially during the holiday season, it’s something those of us who have the means to help our neighbors tend to rightfully feel a pull toward. Still, it’s nice when you give and get a little something fun in... Read More

    Get some post-Halloween shopping done at Crafty Bastards Arts & Crafts Fair in Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | October 31, 2018

      We’ve mentioned this a lot of times before, but when it comes to home decor and gifts, we really love shopping local, and in particular, really love shopping at local makers markets. Fall always brings a bunch of those markets here in Nashville, including one that’s become an annual favorite: the Nashville Scene’s Crafty... Read More

    Get to know Nashville neighborhood The Nations at Light the Nations festival

    By Ashley Dugger | October 19, 2018

      Over the last handful of years or so, West Nashville neighborhood The Nations has reinvented itself — new restaurants, bars, shops, and loads of new-construction homes have popped up throughout the cozy cluster of streets, mostly named for states, like Georgia and Illinois. It’s “rapidly become one of the epicenters of Nashville’s culinary explosion,... Read More