Residential property for sale in Nashville, TN at 2413 Branch Street. This 2 bedroom residential property is priced at $206/sqft.
Great neighborhood with A LOT of new construction. Lot is zone r6 with almost 7,000 sq ft. Keep house, renovate it, then build one behind it or tear down and build 2. This is a great house could be renovated and kept as a single family home in Inglewood.
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Listing information last updated on July 19th, 2018 at 2:33am CDT.
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