Amongst these on this month’s listing: A beverage distributor’s CEO, the proprietor of a neighborhood chain of outside shops and the founding father of a preferred on-line advertising podcast
Subdivisions. This month’s listing is loaded with subdivision gross sales, with 4 out of 10 houses being newly constructed residences in Brentwood’s Witherspoon and Avery communities. Properties comparable to these are sometimes constructed to the consumers’ tastes and means of us know what they’re stepping into. Learn: No hidden rotting basis or 100-year-old plumbing. A lot of that new development, although, lacks the appeal of older houses. Fortunately, there are a couple of quirky characters on this month’s listing, too — together with a secret playground accessible by bridge and a hearth fabricated from wooden that used to belong to Andrew Jackson.
Beneath are November’s high 10 dwelling gross sales in Nashville and the encircling counties, ranked by sale worth.
1. 7300 S Harpeth Street, Franklin
Purchaser: Edgar and Michelle Begun
Sale worth: $6,995,000
Vendor: Brandon and Christie Binkley
Vendor’s agent: Dan McEwen, McEwen Group
Purchaser’s agent: Aaron Kirchner, Business Properties of Tennessee
Not many houses include a custom-built signal at first of the driveway, however that’s hardly essentially the most spectacular characteristic in November’s high sale. This Williamson County property, aka “The Farm at South Harpeth,” options an up to date 4,387-square-foot farmhouse on 220 acres of sprawling woods that line the South Harpeth River. The land is described as “park-like” and photographs present trails, streams, bridges and wild turkeys.
The four-bedroom house is outfitted with geothermal heating and cooling and it options greater than 2,000 sq. toes of porches — each coated and uncovered. A close-by barn is outfitted with high-speed fiber web. Do horses watch Netflix?
The vendor is Brandon Binkley, founder and proprietor of Bink’s Outfitters, a neighborhood chain of outside gear shops.
2. 1456 Witherspoon Drive, Lot 5, Brentwood
Purchaser: Michael and Debora Mirt
Sale worth: $3,103,472
Vendor: Legend Properties
Vendor’s agent: Mary Kocina, Fridrich & Clark Realty
Purchaser’s agent: Mary Stinson, Zeitlin Sotheby’s Worldwide
This six-bedroom, 9,201-square-foot dwelling, custom-built by Legend Properties as a part of the Witherspoon neighborhood, was set to be accomplished in January. Michael and Debora Mirt — he’s a former president of HealthSpring — bought the plot for $490,000 in October 2019, so why is it exhibiting up right here, in late 2020? As a result of the discover of completion was filed in November and the Mirts bought the newly accomplished abode for $3.1 million. Could the paint fumes dissipate rapidly.
3. 1855 Laurel Ridge Drive
Purchaser: Leon Shivamber and Leslie Jones
Sale worth: $3,100,000
Vendor: Wallace Tennessee Neighborhood Property Belief
Vendor’s agent: Starling Davis, Fridrich & Clark
Purchaser’s agent: Dana Griscom, Pilkerton Realtors
Nfocus readers will acknowledge this 10,000-square-footer from this 12 months’s Properties of Distinction subject. The house is filled with imported and customised options: The entrance door and a number of other ceilings are fabricated from wooden from a “150-plus-year-old barn in Leiper’s Fork,” the hearth within the library options “vintage walnut from Andrew Jackson’s dwelling” and a hearth within the residing space is fabricated from coastal limestone introduced in from France.
4. 9287 Fordham Drive, Lot #56, Brentwood
Purchaser: Joel and Erica Parker
Sale worth: $2,814,644
Vendor: Mike Ford Customized Builders
Vendor’s agent: Mark Kocina, Fridrich & Clark
Purchaser’s agent: Carolyn Atkins, Carolyn Atkins Actual Property
Look, one other Witherspoon sale! This six-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot dwelling constructed by Ford Basic Properties was simply accomplished in September. It comes with a four-car storage, a wine room, a exercise room full with a ballet barre and mirrored partitions and an elevator to all three flooring. Consumers Joel and Erica Parker can even have entry to all of the facilities Witherspoon has to supply, together with two swimming pools and a clubhouse with a neighborhood kitchen and convention room.
5. 4004 Harding Place
Purchaser: Michael Lipp and Lauren Max
Sale worth: $2,720,000
Vendor: Charles W. Hand Jr. and Kailey Hand
Vendor’s agent: Steve Fridrich, Fridrich & Clark
Purchaser’s agent: Steve Fridrich, Fridrich & Clark
Although this “stone and brick tudor” was solely available on the market for seven days, it isn’t the quickest sale on this month’s listing. (See quantity eight for the winner of that title.) The house is loaded with 4 bedrooms, and many bonus house, together with a house workplace, a playroom, a rec room with a moist bar and a two-story visitor home. The yard options lush landscaping, a pool, a patio with an out of doors fire and a really cute small stone bridge that crosses over into a non-public playground.
Vendor is Charles W. Hand Jr. is the president and CEO of Hand Household Firms, the beverage distribution firm that was began in 1949 by his grandfather, Raymond C. Hand.
6. 5029 Lone Oak Pvt Path, Franklin
Purchaser: Kathleen and Dale Schneider
Sale worth: $2,700,000
Vendor: Baird Graham LLC
Vendor’s agent: Alex Helton, Keller Williams Realty
Purchaser’s agent: Nina Cooper, Keller Williams Realty
One other model new home accomplished simply months in the past, however this one comes with Eight acres of land in Leiper’s Fork.
7. 9244 Lehigh Drive, Lot 43, Brentwood
Purchaser: Matthew Bowersox, trustee, Matthew T. Bowersox Revocable Belief
Sale worth: $2,625,000
Vendor: Aspen Development Holdings
Vendor’s agent: Mark Kocina, Fridrich & Clark
Purchaser’s agent: Jennie Garth Lovvorn, Fridrich & Clark
The third Witherspoon sale on this month’s listing, this 7,352-square-footer was additionally accomplished in September and it includes a porte-cochère, a four-car storage, 4 fireplaces and two laundry rooms.
There might be greater than 150 houses within the Witherspoon complicated when all is alleged and finished. With costs beginning at $1 million and about 15 builder-owned heaps nonetheless obtainable (with a number of different heaps ready to be claimed), we will anticipate to see loads extra from this improvement on future lists.
8. 6458 Penrose Drive, Brentwood
Purchaser: Brian S. Shelton, Trustee
Sale worth: $2,555,000
Vendor: James Spangler
Vendor’s agent: Lauren Pennington, The Designated Company
Purchaser’s agent: Ashley Boykin, Coldwell Banker Barnes
Right here it’s, the fastest-selling dwelling this month. It was solely available on the market for 3 days earlier than being snatched up for about $44,000 under asking worth. And this isn’t the primary time developer James Spangler has been featured in Headline Properties this 12 months: He additionally bought the home that sat atop April’s listing. (Coincidentally, that home is simply down the road at 6448 Penrose Drive.)
Like many houses in Avery, this two-story new construct has loads of patio house, massive walk-in closets and many herringbone tile and woodwork. Folks love that herringbone. There’s additionally a mudroom with actually 12 coat hooks. That’s a whole lot of coat hooks!
9. 259 Vaughns Hole Street
Purchaser: Amy and Hobert Porterfield
Sale worth: $2,495,000
Vendor: Mac LLC
Vendor’s agent: Lana Pargh and Franklin Pargh, Compass Actual Property
Purchaser’s agent: Ed Eason, The Garrett Firm
This dwelling comes with all of the adjectives: a “distinctive outsized grasp lavatory,” a “built-in wine wall,” and “hovering vaulted ceilings.”
Consumers are Amy and Hobert Porterfield. Amy is a web based advertising educator and founding father of the digital course and podcast On-line Advertising and marketing Made Simple.
10. 504 Westview Ave.
Purchaser: Benjamin and Katherine Griffin
Sale worth: $2,450,000
Vendor: Matthew and Emily Cook dinner
Vendor’s agent: Eve Stuart and Jennifer Telwar, Zeitlin Sotheby’s Worldwide
Purchaser’s agent: Andy Beasley, Brentview Realty
Typically it appears like Headline Properties is simply the identical 20 or so houses rotating house owners each couple of years. Such is the case with 504 Westview Ave., a house that brags in the actual property itemizing, “Featured within the Wall Road Journal!” Sellers Matthew and Emily Cook dinner purchased the house, and appeared on this right here column, in December 2018 for $2 million.
It comes with “built-in good dwelling automation” (which sounds very The Jetsons-y), an elevator, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, and, exterior, a fountain and a firepit.