1120 Mcchesney Ave,
Pending Sale (No Showings)
- 1,614 SqFt
- $210.59 / SqFt
Description of 1120 Mcchesney Ave, Nashville
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- MLS® #1802133
- Main Floor Bedrooms3
- Full Baths2
- Square Footage1,614
- Year Built1930
- Sub-TypeSite Built
- StatusPending Sale (No Showings)
- Contingency TypeFinancing
- # of Stories1
- Cooling SourceElectric
- Heating SourceGas
- FloorFinished Wood
- Has RangeYes
- Tax Amount$2,368
- OvenSingle Oven
- Oven SourceElectric
- Range SourceGas
- Water SourceCity Water
- Main Floor SqFt1,614
- Full Baths2
- Living Room Dim17x14
- Bedroom 1 Dim15x11
- Basement DescriptionCombination
- Basement TypePartial
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Listing information last updated on February 25th, 2018 at 7:17pm CST.
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