Residential property for sale in Nashville, TN at 415 Church St 2004. This 1 bedroom residential property is priced at $683/sqft.
Luxury living at its finest! This beautiful 20th floor condo has been remodeled to fit every need! With new paint & luxury vinyl plank flooring installed throughout. Powered dual sheer & blackout shades with remote control & Alexa connectivity. Custom closet systems in both sides of double closet. Custom storage area made in bathroom that match the custom closets! Converted half of the laundry area to a pantry with brand new stacked washer/dryer unit. New counter depth refrigerator! New lighting installed throughout. With a private balcony that overlooks beautiful Nashville! FREE WIFI included in the unit! Rooftop pool on the 31st floor! All the amenities you need & walking distance to everything. 5 min walk to Broadway, down the street from Printers Alley! DONT MISS OUT!!
Exterior Maintenance, Maintenance Grounds, Insurance, Internet
Air Filter, Ceiling Fan(s), Extra Closets
ICFs (Insulated Concrete Forms)
Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Washer
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Listing information last updated on October 6th, 2022 at 7:09pm CDT.
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