Beautifully Updated Home in East Nashville with Downtown Views

Absolutely amazing home located in East Nashville with easy access every where you want to be!

504 Russell Street has a wonderful combination of old world charm and modern touches. It is perfectly designed and thoughtfully updated for living a modern life in a historic home. With amazing interiors designed by Landy Garner, the home also features smart technology.

Beautifully Updated Home in East Nashville with Downtown Views

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The home’s handsome exterior is brick with wood trim and a breathtaking decorative finish on the porch. Step inside the entry hall and the walls are appointed with metallic wallpaper and the floors are reclaimed wood.  A home office is located off the hall to the right. The room has a fireplace on one wall and a built-in bookcase on another. There is ample room for a sitting area, making this a perfect library.

Beautifully Updated Home in East Nashville with Downtown Views

The kitchen and butler’s pantry have wood cabinetry and both solid surface and wood countertops. There are exposed brick accents in the kitchen that add history and charm to the gourmet space. Gourmet features include a multi-burner gas stove, pot filler, and over-sized ovens. With room for stools at the island, this is a great place for a special someone to sit and chat with you while you prepare a meal or hors d’oeuvres.

Beautifully Updated Home in East Nashville with Downtown Views

The home has two exquisite master suites, one on each level. The master on the main has custom wood floors with inlays, French doors to exterior of the home and a fireplace. The master bath has separate vanity areas and a delightful sunken tub. This is a retreat fit for luxurious living. The second bedroom is also on this main level.

Beautifully Updated Home in East Nashville with Downtown Views

On the second level of the house is another expansive master suite. This upper level master suite has French doors that lead to a 31 x 20 foot deck for entertaining. This deck provides amazing views of Downtown Nashville!

Beautifully Updated Home in East Nashville with Downtown Views

The back of the house has a brick and stone walkway that opens to the beautifully landscaped back yard. The backyard features several areas perfect for entertaining including a courtyard with seating and a firepit and a built-in hot tub with surrounding deck and fire feature.

Beautifully Updated Home in East Nashville with Downtown Views

The two car garage has a carriage house apartment that is great for guests, a home office, or an in law suite. It would also be a great fitness area if you prefer a home gym. With a washer/dryer connection, this area could serve as a completely separate space.

504 Russell Street is gorgeous inside and out. Great design features throughout the home include high ceilings, fine finishes and details, and beautifully preserved historic elements such as transoms, oversized moldings and so much more!

For more information, contact listing agent:

Jackie Karr, The Lipman Group Sotheby's International Realty

Jackie Karr, The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty

Jackie Karr

The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty
jackie.karr@sothebysrealty.com
615.330.9779

Completely Remodeled Home in East Nashville

A lot of style is packed into this East Nashville home! This home was originally built in 1955 and underwent a complete remodel in 2012! The original hardwoods were refinished, a new roof and new siding added, tile work, granite counters and so much more.

Completely Remodeled Home for Sale in East Nashville

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Step in the front door and you enter into a living room that connects to the kitchen via an eat at bar with a pass through window. The living room is the perfect size for conversation and fun with friends and family.

Completely Remodeled Home for Sale in East Nashville

The kitchen has beautiful dark wood cabinets and granite countertops. There are multiple work spaces and you will welcome friends into this cheerful space as you entertain.  As a gorgeous decorative touch the side-door is a captivating blue.

Completely Remodeled Home for Sale in East Nashville

The home has three bedrooms and one bath. Each bedroom has hardwoods and multiple windows to showcase the beautiful craftsmanship in the remodel.

Completely Remodeled Home for Sale in East Nashville

The entire home has been touched by someone who knows design. The choices showcase how much this home truly has to offer the next owner. Bedrooms can function as true bedrooms, an office or an extra living space. What a wonderful home!

Completely Remodeled Home for Sale in East Nashville

The home is situated perfectly on the lot to allow for a spacious backyard for relaxing.  Lush green grass and the shade from mature trees will make your back yard the envy of all of your friends.

Completely Remodeled Home for Sale in East Nashville

And the neighborhood – East Nashville puts you in a very desirable location. Walk to local favorite eateries and shops including Jeni’s Ice Creams, Eastland Café, Portland Brew and many more.

Contact Sutton Lipman Costanza today to make an appointment. This home will not last long!

USA Today names East Nashville one of best neighborhoods tourists haven’t found

Where to live in Nashville: East Nashville

A wall mural in 5 Points in East Nashville

East Nashville is among the 10 best neighborhoods to visit that tourists have not yet discovered, USA Today reports. They compiled the list of 10 neighborhoods for travelers who want to “live like a local” when visiting major metro areas throughout the U.S.

Check out their praises of this great Nashville neighborhood!

East Nashville: Great eats, vintage finds

East Nashville is a breath of fresh alternative air to the crowds of downtown and upscale shopping district Green Hills. East Nashville is where urban pioneers are headed now, and its abundance of quirky shops and excellent restaurants, along with a few nightlife venues, make it well worth investigating.

The 5 Points District – Woodland St. at N 11th St. – is ‘vintage central.’ Alegria, Moss, Hello Boys, and Goodbuy Girls (major cowboy boots alert!) will have you making tough decisions or blowing through wads of cash. If Music City has you dreaming up your own stage name, pop in to Fanny’s House of Music for vintage instruments and dressing room garb.

Foodies eat dessert first at Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, where modern décor is as cool as the cones. Silly Goose (creative sandwiches), Wild Cow (vegetarian), Mas Tacos Por Favor and The Eastland Café are all worth consideration. Marché Artisan Foods and Lockeland Table (a James Beard Foundation nominee) are two of the reasons The New York Times says Nashville is giving Atlanta a run for ‘food capital of the south.’ Head upstairs at Marché to network at community tables.

Live music venues channel local talent, and East Nashville doesn’t disappoint. The 5 Spot keeps it going all week long, while 3 Crow Bar also offers darts, TV, trivia and a beer garden.

We love all that East Nashville has to offer! In fact, you can read more about things to do, restaurant reviews, homes for sale, and videos of East Nashville here.

East Nashville Rebounds From Tough Times

The year 1998 was a significant one for East Nashville, an area that comprises several small neighborhoods directly across the Cumberland River from the Tennessee capital’s downtown. The locale, which had already fallen on tough times, got even shoddier when a tornado ripped through the community, wreaking havoc on its infrastructure. Yet, in hindsight, the disaster also brought opportunity. After an influx of insurance money, creative types began flocking to the area thanks to cheap rents; young entrepreneurs followed, slowly transforming it into a hub for Nashville’s culturally savvy.

Nashville’s East Rebounds From Tough Times

The Art & Invention Gallery, opened in 2001 and pioneer of the area’s revival, sells everything from art by local painters to artisan-crafted jewelry to whimsical knickknacks. Every August, the gallery draws thousands to its adjacent streets for the Tomato Art Fest, its end-of-summer celebration. Photo Credit: Eric Been, The New York Times

Although East Nashville was also hit hard by the 2010 flood that inundated the city (though not as badly as downtown), its rebound has continued. Perhaps thanks to all these misfortunes, it has also developed a strong sense of solidarity. “I’ve lived all over the country,” said Roderick Bailey, the owner and chef of the Silly Goose restaurant, “and I’ve never experienced a community that’s more supportive of its neighborhood and businesses.”

Nashville’s East Rebounds From Tough Times

Photo Credit: Eric Been, The New York Times

No. 308
407 Gallatin Avenue
(615) 650-7344
bar308.com

This bar, which opened in December 2010, is already a favorite among East Nashville’s scenester set. Mixologists dole out shots and cocktails melded with house-made sodas and fresh juices, like the William Burroughs (a cola-infused vodka shot, $5), and the excellent Yardbird (bourbon, orange, lime, nutmeg and a whole egg, $9). Click here to read a No. 308 review from Sutton Lipman of The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.

Nashville’s East Rebounds From Tough Times

Photo Credit: Eric Been, The New York Times

The Green Wagon
1100 Forrest Avenue
(615) 891-1878
thegreenwagon.com

In a renovated Craftsman-style home, this  general store sells only all-natural items, with an emphasis on locally produced goods, like  Peace of Love soap ($4.50). At the “refilling station” customers can replenish empty bottles with  cosmetic and cleaning products.

Nashville’s East Rebounds From Tough Times

Photo Credit: Eric Been, The New York Times

The Wild Cow
1896 Eastland Avenue
(615) 262-2717
thewildcow.com

This popular vegetarian restaurant, which opened in late 2009, proves that Nashville cuisine is more than just barbecue. Ask the friendly servers for the sweet potato and black bean tacos ($8.50), which pairs nicely with a bottle of Yazoo Sue ($4.50), a locally brewed beer.

Nashville’s East Rebounds From Tough Times

Photo Credit: Eric Been, The New York Times

The 5 Spot
1006 Forrest Avenue
(615) 650-9333
the5spotlive.com

Rolling Stone recently named Nashville’s music scene the best in the country, and this live music venue is one reason. Local acts are the focus (with genres like indie rock and Americana favored over country pop), along with dive-bar drink prices and inexpensive cover charges.

Source: The New York Times. Written by Eric Been.

Where to live in Nashville: East Nashville

Where to live in Nashville: East Nashville

A wall mural in the 5 Points in East Nashville

East Nashville is an up-and-coming area east of downtown Nashville across the Cumberland River. The area is mostly residential and mixed-use areas with businesses lining the main boulevards. The main thoroughfare is Gallatin Avenue and Ellington Parkway with smaller arteries interconnecting the neighborhoods.

East Nashville is an area of creative and artistic flair. It has a trendy progressive atmosphere and after ten plus years of a slow and steady rise, the neighborhood has managed to keep its eclectic, artsy vibe while welcoming a diverse mix of newcomers.

Like it attracted many in the late 19th century, it continues to attract young urban professionals and liberal minds because of the easy-going environment and quaint neighborhood qualities. There are many coffee shops and art galleries interwoven within the neighborhoods making it a bikers’ or walkers’ paradise.

Pied Piper Creamery Nashville

The Pied Piper Creamery is a notable stop for many in East Nashville.

Unique and notable restaurants include Margot Cafe, Marche Artisan Foods, Batter’d and Fried, Pied Piper Creamery and Pied Piper Eatery, and Sweet 16th Bakery. The Tomato Art Fest is a popular summer festival in East Nashville specifically at the Five Points, where Woodland, Clearview and 11th streets intersect. There are many other festivals and fairs throughout the year also.

East Nashville has many smaller neighborhoods, each with their own character and housing styles. Historic houses fill these smaller neighborhoods, along with some residential redevelopment in the outer neighborhoods since it has been spreading from the Edgefield area and more young people are calling it home.

Where to live in Nashville: East Nashville

This home for sale at 407 Bushnell St sits on Shelby Golf Course in East Nashville. Listed at $499,000. Click on the image for more information and photos from The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty.

Information courtesy of Wikipedia and East-Nashville.com.