Nashville, TN is BOOMING!
The BOOM is exciting, but it brings with it a sizable number of growing pains the most often of which mentioned is GRIDLOCK!
As the city has grown, the urban areas have been the first to become more dense as developers and builders resort to creative “In-Fill” construction (AKA “Tall Skinnies”). They buy a 60 year old house on a city lot, raze it, and replace it with two very skinny multi-story (at least 3) abodes.
We Native Nashvillians don’t get it.
Why would anyone want to live in a house with all those stairs, minuscule yards, and near zero elbow room from their neighbors?
While we don’t get it, we do understand the age old truth as report by Albert Naggar, who said his grandfather, the late LordHarold Samuel, a real estate tycoon in Britain, coined the expression: ‘There are three things that matter in property: location, location, location …”
Most people desire convenience to get to the places they want to go with minimum hassle . . . and best if by foot. I’ve never heard anyone say that they chose to live in that suburb because they rather enjoy the 45 minute commute that is sometimes an hour and a half.
So . . . In Nashville, TN, these houses in quaint neighborhoods “close in” to the core of downtown with easy access to all the Interstates, on reasonably sized lots with appropriate privacy and tranquility are getting sparse at ANY price.
Chad Smith – REALTOR Extraordinaire (One of the Vital Few Members of Pareto Realty) – is offering for sale this beautifully updated, traditional home in the oh-so-perfect Close-in West Nashville location nestle between Historic Richland and the estates of Green Hills (Bowling, Golf Club, Hampton, Whitworth).