Nashville Specialty Homes
The Nashville real estate market is incredibly diverse, with everything from horse properties to downtown lofts. Whatever you're searching for, The Ashton Real Estate Group can help you find the Nashville property right for you. Choose your preferred property type from the list below, or scroll down for a glimpse of housing options.
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While many markets in the U.S. have seen huge increases in the number of foreclosure filings, the Nashville real estate market has weathered the storm fairly well. There have been fewer foreclosures in Nashville, though there is a nice selection of bank owned homes for buyers to choose from. Click for more information about Nashville foreclosures, or contact us.
Commercial Real Estate
Commercial real estate is in part responsible for the growth in popularity of Nashville in the past several years. Once the major corporations became aware of the high standard of living enjoyed by the residents of Nashville, and the relatively low real estate values in the area, Nashville began to attract major employers such as Nissan, LP, and Mars.
This positive business environment has had the trickledown effect of producing more jobs, which in turn leads to increased demand for new housing and subdivision developments. See Nashville commercial properties for sale.
Are you looking for homes with rolling hills and acreage for your horses to roam freely? Leipers Fork, which is located just south of Franklin, may be the perfect choice for you. Leipers Fork is home to some of the wealthiest people in Nashville, as well as Hollywood royalty.
Beechwood Plantation is the newest equestrian community with homes in the $2M range, and lots from around $450,000. Gallatin is also home to a new equestrian community, The Paddock, which is in the early development stage. Lots are currently for sale, homes will range from the low-$400s to $600,000. Learn more about Nashville equestrian homes and properties.
Nashville Lofts, Condos &Townhomes
To accommodate the demand for urban loft, there has been a great deal of renovation happening among Downtown Nashville's historic buildings and warehouses. New condo developments like the Signature Tower and projects in the Gulch are revitalizing the downtown residential community, and ushering a return to urban living.
Compared to other urban centers, Downtown Nashville still has very affordable condos and lofts, and is well below the density of cities like Chicago and New York. Developers anticipate a great deal of demand for inner city living. Find lofts, condos, and townhomes for sale in Nashville, TN.
Lakefront Homes in the Nashville Area
Lakefront homes in the Nashville area are selling fast, even with the slight downturn in the Nashville housing market. Lakefront homes have always been seen as a sound financial investment because waterfront homes are in demand whether its a buyer's market or a seller's market.
Lakefront homes can be found in communities such as Gallatin, Lebanon, Hendersonville, and Mt. Juliet. Click the link to view Nashville lake homes for sale.
Luxury Homes & Estates
Nashville is home to some of the country's most impressive luxury homes. With gated communities set along golf courses and lakes, as well as high-end condos and wooded retreats, there are numerous upscale housing options to choose from in Nashville. Click to see luxury homes for sale in Nashville.
For advice on buying or selling property in Nashville, be sure to contact our team of Nashville REALTORS®.