Traditional style condo for sale in Nashville, TN at 415 Bradford Grn. This 2 bedroom condo is priced at $167/sqft.
Very desirable Ashley Green 55+ Community. Light and bright with granite countertops, new bathroom fixtures and vanities. Built in bookshelves. 2 BDR, 2 Bath all on one level with 1-car garage and floored attic space *Great clubhouse with pool*Close to Bellevue Park, Library, Fire Hall w/ EMT*** Great place to call HOME!
Exterior Maintenance, Grounds Maintenance, Maint. on Pool/Tennis/Club, Trash Pickup
Clubhouse, Pool, 55-Up Community
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Listing information last updated on May 20th, 2018 at 8:49am CDT.
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