- Price: $0 ($0/sq. ft.)
- 442 E Iris Dr
- MLS #: 1915246
- City: Nashville
- County: Davidson County
- Type: Commercial
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Commercial for sale in Nashville, TN at 2401 White Ave. This commercial is priced at $0/sqft.
Great opportunity close to 8th Avenue corridor. Bright and clean 1200 sq foot free standing cottage. Charming appeal, gleaming hardwoods, 5 offices with kitchen, bath and tech room. Private parking. Easy to show, call Deirdre Kerr @615 423-7604.
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Listing information last updated on April 23rd, 2018 at 3:48pm CDT.
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