- Price: $499,000 ($36/sq. ft.)
- 4401 Nolensville Pike
- MLS #: 1849261
- City: Nashville
- County: Davidson County
- Type: Commercial
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Commercial for sale in Nashville, TN at 4323 Nolensville Pike. This commercial is priced at $36/sqft.
Excellent Commericial Corner Lot with Nolensville Pike street frontage for your next Business Commercial Lot accross the street is also available: 4401 Nolensville Rd Own Both
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Listing information last updated on June 24th, 2018 at 8:03am CDT.
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