MLS #1821783 Official listing information! N/A neighborhood - 1828 Old Murfreesboro Pike located in Nashville TN 37217, priced at $4200100, with 0 bedrooms.1828 Old Murfreesboro Pike Nashville TN - MLS #1821783 Close
Land for sale in Nashville, TN at 1828 Old Murfreesboro Pike. This land is priced at $763,655/acre.
No sign on property. Part of the approved airport expansion plan, investors and builders here's your opportunity! Please DO NOT CONTACT, VISIT, OR DISTURB OWNERS. Zoned OL, buyer to verify additional restrictions. Questions, call Mario @ 615-481-0515.
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Listing information last updated on February 21st, 2018 at 9:03am CST.
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