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Impeccably restored brick home asks $2.1M

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The Dutch Renaissance home is located in East Nashville

A three-story brick home with ornate, peaked front facade and large windows sits behind metal gate.
The three-story brick residence overlooks East Park in Nashville.
Photos by Jeff Graham Photography, LLC

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Location: Nashville, Tennessee

Price: $2,100,000

This impeccably restored and renovated Dutch Renaissance home in the historic neighborhood of Edgefield in Nashville, Tennessee, dates back to circa 1900 and was built by William Bush Herbert, grandson of William G. Bush, founder of one of the area’s largest brick and masonry companies at the time. It is only a handful of homes that survived the Great Fire of East Nashville of 1916.

Combining historic architecture with modern updates, the 4,835-square-foot three-story brick construction features a plethora of details that create a bright and dynamic residence right outside the downtown area.

Four bedrooms, four baths, an au pair apartment, grand foyer, formal living and dining, and a huge chef’s kitchen with marble countertops and custom cabinetry are complemented by heart pine floors, soaring ceilings, multiple fireplaces, and generous windows including curved bay windows. An open staircase connects all three levels.

As for its outdoor spaces, a three-car garage, manicured lawns, and a Japanese maple garden round out the property. Located at 714 Russell Street and overlooking East Park with downtown views, the home is offered at $2.1M.


Courtesy of Dave Haverkamp and Keith Merrill/Worth Properties