MLS #1908488 Official listing information! Green Hills Terrace neighborhood - 1900 Richard Jones Rd Apt C109 located in Nashville TN 37215, priced at $169000, with 1 bedrooms.1900 Richard Jones Rd Apt C109 Nashville TN - MLS #1908488 Close
Condo for sale in Nashville, TN at 1900 Richard Jones Rd Apt C109. This 1 bedroom condo is priced at $270/sqft.
Walking distance to Green Hills Mall, Trader Joe's, and lots of good restaurants. This property is low maintenance and is in the heart of Green Hills. This condo features a newly renovated pool area located on park like grounds.
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Listing information last updated on March 19th, 2018 at 7:02pm CDT.
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