Home Prices On The Rise in Nasvhille's Sylvan Park Neighborhood

If you’ve been paying any attention at all to home prices in Nashville’s Sylvan Park neighborhood, you might be inclined to agree that it’s now beco...

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Home Prices On The Rise in Nasvhille's Sylvan Park Neighborhood

Posted by Gary Ashton: Blog on Friday, August 26th, 2016 at 12:06pm.

Sylvan Park Home SalesIf you’ve been paying any attention at all to home prices in Nashville’s Sylvan Park neighborhood, you might be inclined to agree that it’s now become one of the city’s hottest places to call home. Demand for housing here seems to be at an all-time high, and when you take a closer look at both listing prices and recent sales prices in the area, you’ll also find that housing costs around Sylvan Park are also breaking records as well. 

As of today, the neighborhood’s most expensive listing is priced at $1.28 million—a price that would shatter Slyvan Park’s current record-setting sale of $985,000 should  the property be sold for anywhere near what the current home owners of 109 42nd Avenue are asking. 

Several other homes for sale in Sylvan Park are also priced in the $700,000 to $900,000 range, which only further reflects just how much this charming little neighborhood has grown in just the past few years alone. Potential home buyers love Sylvan Park’s walkability, not to mention the eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and cafes you’ll find scattered throughout its quiet residential streets. 

Sylvan Park’s closer proximity to downtown Nashville also makes it a convenient place to live as well for anybody who already works in the city, and if you’re looking for that classic cottage or bungalow-style look and feel in a new Nashville home, there are few places better to begin your search than right here in Sylvan Park. 

Whether or a not a buyer will pay nearly $300,000 more for a Sylvan Park home than the neighborhood’s current record sale price is still very much in question; but the neighborhood’s popularity and supreme desirability is certainly no longer in doubt, at least in the eyes of so many of today’s active Nashville home buyers.

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