837 Otter Creek Rd,
- 3,594 SqFt
- $194.74 / SqFt
Description of 837 Otter Creek Rd, Nashville
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- MLS® #1930384
- Sold Price$645,000
- Full Baths2
- Square Footage3,594
- Year Built1965
- Sub-TypeSite Built
- Address837 Otter Creek Rd
- Area02-Davidson County
- SubdivisionOak Hill
- CountyDavidson County
- Zip Code37220
- HeatingTwo Systems
- # of Fireplaces3
- # of Stories2
Ice Maker, Refrigerator, Dishwasher
- ElementaryPercy Priest Elementary
- MiddleJohn T. Moore Middle School
- HighHillsboro Comp High School
- AmenitiesPark, Walking Trail
- # of Garages2
Ceiling Fan, Redecorated, Storage, Walk-In Closets, Wet Bar, Wood Burning FP
- Exterior FeaturesGarage Door Opener
- Lot DescriptionWooded
- RoofComposition Shingle
- ConstructionPartial Brick, Wood Siding
- Date ListedMay 15th, 2018
- Days on Market66
- Listing Office:Bailey & Ivey, Realtors
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Listing information last updated on May 26th, 2019 at 5:00am CDT.
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