With nearly 100 people moving to Nashville every day, suffice it to say that Music City real estate is a hot commodity — and it isn’t exactly the cheapest place to call home. Reasonable options are getting harder to come by, but for those with some extra cash in their pockets, there’s no shortage of luxury listings to call home. From home theaters and infinity pools to massive kitchens and gorgeous views (and in order from lowest to highest price), we’ve rounded up the 10 most expensive and drool-worthy homes currently on the market in Middle Tennessee because hey, we can dream, right?
The 10 Most Expensive Middle Homes on the Market
10. 39 Bancroft Place — $6,900,000
Neatly nestled in Forest Hills, this Mediterranean-inspired home perfectly balances luxury with livability. Though obviously impressive in appearance, the design and layout make this villa approachable and inviting. Ample windows and outdoor spaces showcase the hills and forest surrounding this lovely home.
9. 1078 Vaughn Crest Drive — $7,250,000
Guests at this extravagant Franklin home have more than enough entertainment options to keep occupied. The backyard patio and full summer kitchen lead to a three-tiered cascading pool and waterfall. Rainy day? Pick between the two-lane bowling alley, professional-quality theater or the full sauna and spa room.
8. 2281 Old Hickory Boulevard — $7,800,000
This farm home by Percy Warner Park overflows with Southern hospitality. Its columns and checkered floors echo plantation-like elegance. Not to be confused with the horse barn and riding ring, the spacious guest house is nicknamed the “party barn” and offers a fabulous entertaining space.
7. 1224 Waterstone Boulevard — $7,995,000
This stately Franklin home includes everything you’d expect from a multimillion-dollar home — and then some. In addition to a wine cellar and home theater, it also features a pool room, gym and stately office.
6. 1816 Pace Haven — $8,100,000
It’s hard to know where to look first in this lavish Franklin home. Designed with an active family in mind, the home features an exercise room, racquetball court and a large pool. Even the most mundane home features are luxurious in this piece of real estate — the kitchen has three islands, and the garage has room for eight cars.
5. 8134 Mountaintop Drive — $9,449,900
This home in College Grove was designed with the entertainer in mind. Just some of the features include an infinity pool, indoor basketball court, sprawling patios, game rooms, sliding glass walls and a man cave with a bar. Color-changing LED light accents make this home just as eye-catching at night as it is in the daytime.
4. 5353 Hillsboro Pike — $10,900,000
Nicknamed Nashville’s “Fountain House,” this French chateau-like home is surprisingly inviting for a home of this size. With a rich contrast of dark wood with lighter accents, it adheres to many design trends as well. The opulent pool overlooks a large hill leading to the tennis court. Guests can even choose to take the elevator to see the second story of this gorgeous estate.
3. 2423 Hidden River Lane — $17,900,000
Grand columns and a stunning imperial staircase welcome visitors to this Franklin home. Complete with a wine cellar, home theater and large pool, this home begs to entertain. Look up at the 30-foot ceilings to find more than 100 chandeliers.
2. 1358 Page Road — $17,999,999
This gorgeous Belle Meade home could be better described as a castle with its wood beams and stone accents throughout. After a long day of protecting the kingdom, the enormous pool and patio area beckon. Additional jaw-dropping amenities include 11 bathrooms and a gorgeous (and massive) wine cellar.
1. 9170 Hester Beasley Road — $32,500,000
The most expensive home on this list sits on more than 1,600 acres of pastures, creeks, valleys, springs and two lakes. The four-bedroom, four-bath house isn’t quite the size of some of the other homes on this list, but it overflows with Southern charm and luxury. The property also includes an equestrian center, barns, sheds and a pavilion to entertain and enjoy the natural beauty.
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