- Price: $784,900
- 3105 Belwood St
- MLS #: 1892830
- City: Nashville
- Subdivision: Mills
- County: Davidson County
- Beds: 0
- Type: Land
- Elementary School: Eakin Elementary
- Middle School: West End Middle School
- High School: Hillwood Comp High School
Land for sale in Nashville, TN at 3107 Belwood St. This land is priced at $4,360,556/acre.
Premium build site located in near Centennial Park/Vandy/West End -Potential for 4 pads with current zoning/lot size. Developer moving on to another project. Zoned RM20.
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Listing information last updated on January 20th, 2018 at 5:47pm CST.
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