Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: March, 2019

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March 2019

Found 8 blog entries for March 2019.

Where to Find the Best Speakeasies in Nashville TNSpeakeasies have a nostalgic feel to them that appeals to the romantic in all of us. There's something about stepping into a slightly forbidden world of fun that can give anyone a little thrill. And while speakeasies of today aren't quite as illicit as they were a hundred years ago, Nashville, TN still has plenty of charm to explore in its neighborhood bars. Whether guests are looking for a quiet atmosphere to chat with their date or something a little more lively, speakeasies offer a wide range of experiences and benefits. See which ones come out on top.

The Patterson House

The Patterson House is a speakeasy with great cocktails, delicious food, and a trendy crowd. The prices may run a bit on the high side, but the ambiance is well worth the

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5 Window Types You Need To KnowWhether buying a new construction home and giving the builders specifications or just replacing old windows on the home they already own, homeowners need to know the different types of windows they can choose from. Different types of windows pose different advantages and aesthetics, so it’s up to the homeowner to decide which type to decide which type they want for their home. Here are some of the most common types of windows homeowners can have installed in their homes and what sets them apart from the rest.

Double- and Single-Hung Windows

The most common type of window used for home is single-hung and double-hung windows. What’s the difference between the two? On single-hung windows, only the bottom window can open, while on double-hung

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5 Tips for Buying a Home in a Retirement CommunityWhen researching for a new home, retirement communities can be a great way to meet new friends, form new routines, and explore new opportunities. But at the same time, not everyone realizes just what it means to buy in an age-restricted development. Before falling in love with a property, homeowners may want to keep the following tips in mind.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Talk to People

Homeowners should, but unfortunately, few homeowners do actually read over all the rules of the HOA of the community they choose to live in. It's far easier (and usually far more effective) to just strike up conversations with people who already

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The Best Places to Watch Nashville FireworksFireworks are a quintessential American celebration, and have long been used to commemorate the Fourth of July. In Nashville, Independence Day is quite the holiday. The city boasts one of the largest fireworks displays in the entire country. The fireworks are set off in Downtown Nashville, over the river, and are a favorite activity of people both young and old.

These are some of the best places to watch the famous Fourth of July fireworks in Nashville:

The Best Places to Watch Fireworks in Nashville

If you’ve ever seen one of Nashville’s Fourth of July fireworks extravaganzas, you know it’s a truly amazing experience. This year’s display will be the biggest in the city’s history, lasting 27 minutes and filling the downtown sky with more

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Summer Activities to do in Nashville, TNWith the month of July winding down and back-to-school season right around the corner, there's not much time left to enjoy all the fun-filled summer activities the Nashville area collectively has to offer. But even as we approach the end of what's really been one HOT summer, things are still heating up and there's still plenty to see and do before the leaves begin to change! Here are three things you’ll want to make sure you do in Nashville before the summer ends.

Explore the Parks

Nashville is packed with thousands of acres of parks, perfect for hiking, running, walking or enjoying a picnic lunch. Be sure and hit up downtown’s Bicentennial State Park to view the monuments, the unique play area of Cumberland Park and tour the replica of a

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The Best Bakeries and Sweet Shops in Nashville, TNTennessee is known for many things. One of them is the many sweet shops and bakeries found on just about every corner. With this brief article I am going to share with you some of the best sweet shops and bakeries found in the Nashville TN area. All of which serve up some of the tastiest treats you will ever indulge in.

Fiddle Cakes

This neighborhood bakery also highlights as a coffee shop and cafe. They offer guests a variety of different lunch options in the form of fresh baked goods, espresso drinks, and of course coffee. They also have a full catering menu and the option to customize your order. Find out more about Fiddle Cakes visit

HomeStyle Bakery

This family owned bakery has been around since 1975. They

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Septic Tank Care Information for New Home BuyersA septic tank can be intimidating for home buyers who have never had one in the past. Knowing how one works, how to maintain a septic tank and when to get an inspection can help the homeowner decide whether or not a home with a septic tank is right for them.

How a Septic Tank Works

A septic tank is a tank that collects waste water from the home. Septic tanks are found in rural areas, where there is no community sewer system to manage waste water. Typically, a septic tank will be buried in the yard where it can be easily accessed by the septic tank pumping company. Home buyers who are planning to purchase a rural property will have no choice but to buy a home with a septic tank.

When someone in the house flushes water down the drain, it

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Where to Go for Lunch in Nashville, TNWhen hot chicken became a fad around the country, it had a lot of epicureans turning their eyes to the city of Nashville. What else had everyone been missing out on all these years? And as the city's population grows, the number of amazing lunch spots is only going up. To help narrow down the picks, check out these choices for best lunch spots in Nashville. These restaurants have managed to stand out among a very competitive pack.

Ruby Ann's

This place is open for breakfast and shuts down at 2 p.m. Its no-frills menu has two major sections: Biscuits and Not Biscuits. Reviewers rave about all the food, but they really seem to enjoy the Biscuits portion of the menu. It has just enough variety that patrons will be able to find something they

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