(615) 301-1650: MLS #2308073 Official listing information! 505 High Rise Condominium neighborhood - 515 Church Street 3406 located in Nashville TN 37219, priced at $1225000, with 2 bedrooms.515 Church Street 3406 Nashville TN - MLS #2308073 Close
Contemporary style residential property for sale in Nashville, TN at 515 Church Street 3406. This 2 bedroom residential property is priced at $1,156/sqft.
Attention Investors: Rare SouthEast Corner Unit Offering Iconic Downtown Nashville Views from the 34th floor in the 505 Luxury High-rise Condominium Building. Building amenities include State of the Art Gym, Two Pools, Tennis & Pickle Ball Courts, Dog Park, Wine Cellar, 24 HR Concierge, & more. Unit conveys w/ one assigned parking space in private garage. Expanded lighting, wall coverings, custom closets. Tenants in Place through 10/15/2022 sale subject to lease transferring to new owner.
Exterior Maintenance,Maintenance Grounds,Recreation Facilities,Trash
ICFs (Insulated Concrete Forms)
Zeitlin Sotheby's International Realty
Clubhouse,Fitness Center,Park,Pool,Tennis Court(s),Underground Utilities
Ceiling Fan(s),Elevator,Walk-In Closet(s)
Garage Door Opener,Gas Grill,Tennis Court(s)
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Listing information last updated on November 28th, 2021 at 8:09pm CST.
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