(615) 301-1650: MLS #2410299 Official listing information! Haynies Dewey Heights neighborhood - 2315 Whites Creek Pike located in Nashville TN 37207, priced at $1450000, with 0 bedrooms.2315 Whites Creek Pike Nashville TN - MLS #2410299 Close
for sale in Nashville, TN at 2315 Whites Creek Pike. This is priced at $1,058,394/acre.
19 Townhome BUILD OPPORTUNITY - MAXIMUM 27-Unit, Apartment or Townhome Development. 1.37 ACRE RM20-A-NS Land off intersection of BOOMING West Trinity Ln and Whites Creek Pike. Stunning Downtown Skyline Views. 10-Minutes from Downtown, 4-5 Minutes from East Nashville, New Oracle Development, Dickerson, I-24 and so much more. See Townhome Concept. +$600k Unit sales. Do roof-tops to max out Downtown Views. Conservative Monthly Rental Comps for New Construction 3-bed +$3000 a month and climbing! Water and Sewer on site. Amazing Opportunity to build For Sale or Rent in fast growing area. Survey and additional materials available upon request. Includes Combined 2311, 2307, and 0 Whites Creek Pike; Parcel IDs - 07004011200, 07004011100, 07004011000, 07004014000. Sold as-is for land value.
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Listing information last updated on September 28th, 2022 at 1:57pm CDT.
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