June 2019

Found 3 blog entries for June 2019.

CapStar Investor Gaylon Lawrence Spends $2.65M on Belle Meade House

Gaylon Lawrence, the billionaire who owns banks and a portion of CapStar Bank, just purchased a Belle Meade mansion. According to The Tennessean, he purchased the home at 307 Jackson Boulevard for $2.65 million. 

The home has a gorgeous white exterior with a turnaround driveway. The two-story, 6,973-square foot home is surrounded by lush greenery and was built in 1996. When you walk into the home, you’re greeted by a split foyer and tons of natural light. There are plenty of high ceilings and gorgeous light fixtures but our favorite wall is comprised of all mirrors. A formal sitting room looks outside on the home’s property and a smaller living area is cozy and features wooden beams

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Its no secret that the Nashville real estate market is on fire. With the good sometimes comes the bad. If you are an agent working with a buyer or if you are a buyer winging it on your own considering new construction, please thoroughly research the builder/developer in question.

We have seen an influx of new builders/developers in the market and some are in over their head. Don’t rely on a high-octane agent’s sales pitch who are sometimes not forthright in their relationship with the builder/developer. A lack of investigation could cost buyers and agents lots of money, time and heartache.

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Four Ways to Get More Privacy on Your Porch

Warm weather is here which means it’s time for cookouts and family dinners outside! Whether you’re having an evening cocktail or a game night on the porch, a little extra privacy isn’t a bad thing. RealEstate.com says, “There’s an entirely different level of comfort when you feel like you’re free from the prying eyes of neighbors and random passersby. A porch that is in full view of the neighborhood is a porch you can really use when you’re dressed and ready to go out. A porch that is private is a comfortable place no matter how ‘presentable’ you feel at the moment.”

If you’ve got neighbors that can see your every move when you’re enjoying your outdoor space, we have some ideas for you.

Build a Privacy

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