- Price: $1,380,000 ($708/sq. ft.)
- 1801 Sevier Street
- City: Nashville
- Subdivision: East Nashville
- County: Davidson County
- Beds: 0
- Type: Land
- Elementary School: Kirkpatrick Enhanced Option
- Middle School: Bailey Middle School
- High School: Stratford Comp High School
Resting majestically on the banks of the Cumberland River between Briley Parkway to the east and north I-24 and I-65 to the west we find the popular Nashville destination of East Nashville. East Nashville is an area east of downtown Nashville comprised of a collection of residential neighborhoods intermingled with retail shopping destinations, a vast array of restaurants and food fare and endless entertainment venues. Like many of the cities and towns and other unincorporated areas of the Greater Nashville, East Nashville has a great deal of appeal due to this fact.
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Another wonderful part about being a resident of the beautiful East Nashville area is the many community and state parks that grace the area interconnected by a network of hiking and cycling trails. These open green spaces offer local area residents a retreat to nature while maintaining many natural areas for local flora and fauna to flourish even in the dense city scape of vibrant Downtown Nashville. Residents can enjoy the Shelby Golf Course, dog park and public park, South Inglewood Park, Cornelia Fort Airpark, East Park and Cumberland Park. All of this adds up to making East Nashville one of the most inviting areas of Nashville for the outdoor thrill seeker in the family.
But fret not ye shopaholics of the East Nashville area, there are a wide variety of local and nationally recognized retail storefronts with everything your heart desires within minutes of your front door. Not to mention the endless dining destinations sure to please even the most sophisticated of pallets. But the most alluring aspect of East Nashville is the stable housing market and the incredible home values to be found. With lots, land and new home sites starting in the mid $30’s and up and home prices ranging from the low $100’s for foreclosed properties and newly constructed or homes for sale ranging from the mid to high $100’s to the $500’s plus range there are properties available for families of all sizes and income levels here in East Nashville.
Distinct architecture, new construction homes and condos, a variety of different style existing homes and wonderful turn-of-the-century Victorians make up the diverse housing choices in one of Nashville's coolest places to live.
Work, fun, and play is a short drive away. A quick 10 minute commute puts you right in the middle of downtown Nashville. Or stay on this side of the river and enjoy a Titans game or concert at LP Field, or dine in one of the many fine restaurants, pubs, and cafes near 5 Points.
The historic neighborhoods of Edgefield, Lockeland Springs and Eastwood Neighbors provide many fine examples of beautiful restorations that bring together historic charm and new tastes in home renovations. Soaring three story Victorians, charming cottages and bungalows are commonplace here.
Old churches, East Park, and 5 Points call these neighborhoods home, as well as homes that boast 100 year old hardwood floors and columned front porches perfect for your rocking chair, waiting for you to enjoy Sunday morning coffee.
If historic urban living isn't your style, enjoy the park like setting in the tree lined streets of Inglewood. This popular established neighborhood just north of East Nashville provides quiet living with a rural feel, yet is only minutes away from downtown.
Listing information last updated on July 28th, 2014 at 12:50pm CDT.