Townhomes for sale in Nashville, TN, that’ll meet a rising demand

     

    By the middle of 2018, a lot about the housing market in Nashville was beginning to shift, from an upswing in home inventory to a rise in Nashville homes valued over a million dollars.

    Another shift, according to The Tennessean: “Growing numbers of home buyers are choosing townhomes … with lower prices, no grass to mow and locations that often are close to restaurants and shopping.”

    There are definite pluses to buying a townhome in Nashville, especially as a first-time homebuyer, while the average home price in Middle Tennessee has steadily crept upward. And it’s not just the more affordable price point — many townhome communities in Nashville also offer amenities and perks that a single-family home won’t provide, from dog parks and playgrounds to pools and more.

    If what you’re looking for, as a Nashville homeowner, is easy living, a convenient location, plus a few good perks, all at a more approachable price point, buying a Nashville townhome is probably the perfect fit.

    Curious to see what the townhome market in Nashville is looking like as we close out 2018 and move into 2019? Below, a few townhomes for sale that caught our eye (including one at Ashland Place, a community we’re listing and that we’d be proud to show you).

     

    Townhomes for sale in Nashville, TN

     


    4325 Ashland City Highway, #9
    Nashville, TN 37218
    $250,000

    This is one of a few Phase 1 units at Ashland Place still available (Phase 2 is coming soon), and it represents kind of a midpoint option in the brand new northwest Nashville community — there are smaller units available at a lower price point, and larger homes available at a slightly higher one too. This unit has 3 beds, 2 1/2 baths and over 1400 square feet of high-end new construction to offer with an open layout, hardwoods and tile, stainless appliances and lots more. And the community has a dog park and playground to keep your smaller family members of both the two- and four-footed variety happy. The location’s a major plus too — a quick shot to The Nations/West Nashville and the dining/shopping glut there, and an easy commute downtown. Phase 1 prices lapse once the last few Phase 1 homes are snatched up — if you’re curious, and would like to tour the community and the model home, just reach out and let us know! Lots more information at liveashlandplace.com.

     

     


    224 Croleywood Lane
    Nashville, TN 37209
    $349,000

    Similar size and nearby location, in the Charlotte Park area: This new townhome also has 3 beds and 2 1/2 baths, and a high-end finish grade. Serious plus if you’re into tennis: The Charlotte Park courts are within walking distance.

     

     


    206 W Mill Dr., #206
    Nashville, TN 37209
    $299,900

    Another new townhome hub on the west side of Nashville, the West Mill Townhomes community offers the big buyer asks: wood floors, granite countertops, stainless appliances and a convenient location. This unit has 2 beds, 2 1/2 baths and 1,152 square feet, plus a cute patio out back off the kitchen.

     

     


    1407 B Monetta
    Nashville, TN 37216
    $359,900

    Over in East Nashville, this new townhome complex doesn’t come with community amenities, but it does bring a cool location, just a few blocks from the new Grimey’s New & Preloved Music and the new brewery/fitness studios in the works next door. Inside, all the new-construction must-haves are in place, including stainless appliances, hardwoods and a bright, open layout.

     

     


    2013 Beech Ave. C
    Nashville, TN 37204
    $384,900

    If you’re aching to call the 12 South area home, but have a budget in the $400K range, townhome listings like this could be your ideal bet. This particular 2-bed unit is close to 12 South’s bustling business district, and is nearly brand new, built in 2016, 2005, with hardwoods, granite, 10-foot ceilings and more.

     

     


    1825 A 4th Ave. N.
    Nashville, TN 37208
    $699,000

    For plenty of townhome buyers, it’s not the lower price point that draws them in, but the ease and convenience — not everyone wants a yard. This Germantown townhome is priced on the higher end for Nashville, but you’re getting an upscale home in a much-desired location (steps from some of the city’s best dining), with a stellar rooftop deck and spectacular downtown views, plus lots more.

    Have you been thinking about buying a townhome in Nashville? Have questions or concerns about what might be the best fit for you, your family and your budget? We’d love to help. Check out some more townhomes for sale in Nashville, TN, here, and reach ACRE here to tell us about what you need.

    Listings via MLS, not under agreement with ACRE and/or Benchmark Realty, LLC, except where noted.

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