Nashville’s Hillsboro Village/West End neighborhood is sandwiched between Vanderbilt and Belmont universities and is host to a collection of local businesses. The historic residential area is also home to folks who contribute to the character of the neighborhood. “The neighborhood is intentional about their community presence and distributes a monthly news bulletin,” realtor Sharon Kinser with Tarkington & Harwell Realtors says. Located on Acklen Avenue, an inviting home boasts a certain level of charm one hopes to find in this neighborhood. “It is an exquisite home in a centrally located and desirable part of Nashville. While the proximity to all things Nashville (Belmont, Vanderbilt University and Hospital, 12 South, Hillsboro Village) is a plus, this Acklen Avenue home has all the feels of being in a ‘real neighborhood,'” Sharon tell us.
Take a look at everything this home has to offer:
The first thing you’ll notice when entering the home is the abundance of natural light that fills the generous amount of space the home offers. “There is not just one stunning feature of this home, but the one constant is the use of space and design that boasts both class and comfort,” Sharon tells us. She describes the home as simplistic and modern-chic. Clean finishes and minimalist design define the home’s 3,915 square feet. Two floors provide space to entertain and relax, plus outdoor areas offer additional living space.
A long walkway leads to the home and the main door, which opens to the main floor’s bright, open spaces. “The living area is the most used as it opens to the kitchen and eating area — allowing for fantastic flow for the entertainer,” Sharon explains.
An entertainer’s dream, the open kitchen features light quartz countertops and high-end appliances. The quartz countertops, plus grey painted cabinetry and a white subway tile backsplash set the tone for the space. An eat-in island sits at the center of the kitchen, and provides a casual dining space. The dining room, which is accessed by passing through the living area, is used for more formal dining and larger groups. The different rooms flow together to create one harmonious space. Additionally, there is a large flex room on the main floor than can be for dining, office or bedroom.
The main-floor is also home to a master bedroom with a spa-like master bathroom. Upstairs, there is plenty of space for relaxing, as well as three bedrooms that occupy the second floor. “Plus, you will find an open area that offers a nice clean area for relaxing, reading, teen hangouts, studying or all of the above,” Sharon shares. The whole family can escape to entertain themselves and step away from the hustle and bustle that is sure to be taking place on the home’s main floor.
In addition to ample indoor living, the home features outdoor living areas, including multiple living spaces and a spacious yard. “One surprise of the home is its size and space — indoor and outdoor. The view of the front can be deceiving,” Sharon says. “The detached garage offers a potentially usable space above! Another surprise is that you can walk to the Belcourt Theatre without moving your car!”
Do you love this home as much as we do? Good news: It is for sale! This home is currently on the market for $1,400,000.
This article is sponsored by Sharon Kinser of Tarkington & Harwell Realtors.
Sharon Kinser • (615) 406-9445 • License #335625
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