Rental property for rent in Nashville, TN at 713 Summerwind Circle. This 4 bedroom rental property is priced at $1/sqft.
Membership to pool and tennis courts included. Awesome neighborhood, convenient to Green Hills Mall, shopping, restaurants. Quick access to major roads and highways. Home in pristine condition. 4 Hrs, 2.5 BAs, 2 car garage, wooded back yard and quiet patio. Lawn care included.
Clubhouse, Playground, Pool, Tennis Courts, Underground Utilities
Ceiling Fan, Central Vacuum, Smoke Alarm, Storage, Utility Connection
Dishwasher, Disposal, Microwave, Washer
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Listing information last updated on March 21st, 2018 at 12:17am CDT.
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