The Most Expensive Homes Selling In Nashville

Dated: 01/18/2017

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Deep down, we're all a little nosy. Sure, for most of us it would take a miracle and a winning lottery ticket to afford these homes, but that doesn't mean we can't be curious. Here are the top 5 most expensive homes that have sold in Nashville recently.


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This massive Belle Meade mansion sold for $5.25 million. It's almost 12,000 square feet, and features a guest house, and a great outdoor space. The owner will have plenty of space and privacy with almost 9 acres to explore.


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A beautiful, historic 1840's home on over 170 acres, this house went for a cool $3 million recently. With smaller homes, barns, and buildings dotting the property, and a ton of water-frontage alone the Cumberland, this property is vintage Nashville in a nutshell!


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This immaculately appointed Victorian was built in 1881, and spans over 7000 square feet. Going for almost $2.4 million, this home features a ton of amazing little details, a guest house, and a 3-car garage.

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What does roughly $2 million get you? How about a 5000 square foot estate with lakefront views and a private dock? Even better, you'll have a private pool and an amazing outdoor area for relaxing, and dual offices for when it's time to get down to business!

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Finally, the cheapest on our list at a mere $.175 million, this might be the best bang for your buck. This 7000 square foot home has it all - aside from all the incredible living space, you get a four car garage, beachfront pool, barn, and equestrian area with space for riding.


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