The horrendous flood of May 2010 brought much devastation to Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Many homes were damaged, many families were displaced, and many hearts were broken.
But the Nashville Flood of 2010 has also created opportunities to own waterfront property at a fraction of pre-flood values. There is a finite supply of buildable sites on navigable waterways. They simply aren’t making any more of them. The next-best thing to owning a new Ole South home (unless you are Charlotte and Bill on the Great Loop) is most definitely living on a navigable lake or river, especially if you like boats!
My wife Beth is now listing one of these great opportunties. Located directly on the Cumberland River in Pennington Bend is this unique craftsman-style home. (Please understand the home did receive flood damage. Mold-remediation has been performed and the home is now ready for reconstruction – the way you want it to be!)
The home features one-level living with an upstairs office area and loft overlook. The home has many other unique features to include an indoor hot-tub, multiple decks, an outdoor kitchen and bathroom. Excessive foliage adorns the park-like setting, complete with underground irrigation.
The home is priced to sell quickly, in as-is condition, at $189,900.
If you have a vision for what life “could be,” you really need to see this home before you miss out.
Trey Lewis is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Tennessee with Ole South Realty, 615.896.0019 direct 615.593.6340. Specializing in new home sales in the Greater Nashville area to include Nashville, Murfreesboro, Smyrna, and Spring Hill, Tennessee.