November Newsletter

Taste of Nashville

A night to celebrate Nashville’s premier culinary destinations will be on November 4th from 7pm-12am. This food festival will feature Nashville’s best restaurants, bars, desert-makers, distillers, brewers, and more. The Taste of Nashville is the longest running food festival in the area and benefits the Boys and Girls Club of Middle Tennessee, Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee, W.O Smith Music School, and more. Support Nashville’s youth by coming out to eat and drink. You can purchase tickets here.


Brunch & Bid

Gather for the 16th Annual Brunch and Bid for an afternoon of delicious food, silent and live auctions and special appearances from Tennessee’s School for the Blind’s choir and santa! 100% of the proceeds go…

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This listing of the week comes from Brentwood in an unbeatable location near a library, park, & YMCA, which makes it the perfect family home. Everything is new in this home like new paint and carpet, new kitchen with Wolf range and stainless steel appliances, Cambria Counters, and a new luxury master bath. The master bath is one of the best features of this home with a free standing tub, chandelier and 2 separate full-sized “his and her” closets. Outdoor space is no concern with a large lot with enough space for a pool and a considerable sized screened-in porch which is perfect for outdoor entertaining or relaxing evenings. The final touch is the spacious finished basement. Listed for $1,080,000 by Rachel Brooks from Parks in Green Hills. Find out more…

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Pumpkin Carving Fall weather has arrived in much of the country, and with it comes a desire to partake in autumn-inspired activities. Apple-picking, haunted hay rides and pumpkin carving are among some of the most popular things to do at this time of the year.
  Whether you’re carving your pumpkin with or without kids this year, it can be a blast! Most people have experienced at least one jack-o-lantern “fail”, but if you follow some basic guidelines, you’ll be more likely to end up with a handsome looking result.
  For pumpkin carving success, be sure to follow these 5 basic steps:
  1. Select the right kind of pumpkin and tools for carving – The smaller the pumpkin, the more difficult it will be to work with, so choose one that’s large enough to…

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Trick-or-treating is all about family fun, halloween decorations, costumes and of course…..CANDY! Going door-to-door screaming “TRICK-OR-TREAT”, collecting candy, and showing off your best costume is a halloween tradition. And Nashville has landed in Zillow’s Top 20 Best Places to Trick-or-Treat. Middle Tennessee has some of the best streets to take your children to, complete with out of this world decorations, spooky haunted houses, spider webs, zombie graveyards and so much more. Here are some of the best neighborhoods to go trick-or-treating this halloween:

  • River Plantation in Bellevue
  • The Richland Neighborhood off West End
  • Fatherland Street in East Nashville
  • Belmont Boulevard in Nashville
  • Essex Street in Hillsboro/West End
  • Westhaven…

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Breathtaking home nestled in the hills between Cheekwood Botanical Gardens & Percy Warner Park. This home features a gorgeous kitchen, oversized reclaimed wood island, Thermador appliances, 2 show-stopping master suites, Lyric Smart Home technology, plus 888 square feet expansion space in basement. The front yard comes with landscape lighting and cedar flower boxes to complete the outside of this home. Listed at $1,190,000 by Kyle Mullicane from Parks in the Gulch. Find out more details about this home here.

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Fall Maitenance Along with decorating your home for fall, there are some important home maintenance tasks that you should attend to this season to ensure that your home is in tip-top shape all year-round. Autumn is a great time to take care of the following:

  • Clean out your gutters – There’s a reason we’ve nicknamed autumn as “fall” – because of all of the leaves fluttering to the ground. Naturally, many of them will end up in your gutters, leaving them clogged and ineffective. Clean them out several times a year, but most importantly in, after most (or all) of the leaves have fallen closest to your home.


  • Examine exterior for peeling paint or mildew – If you need to repaint your home’s exterior, fall is the best time to make it happen…

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Pumpkin patch

Nothing screams fall quite visiting a local pumpkin patch. Getting to be outside and enjoy the beautiful weather, selecting the best pumpkins to take home, running around a corn maze, and experiencing a hayride are all available in Middle Tennessee. Here are some of the best places to relish in all things fall:



Williamson County

  • Gentry’s Farm
  • Cooper Trooper Foundation Pumpkin Patch
  • Morning Glory Orchard

Rutherford County

  • Lucky Ladd Farms
  • The Maize at Milton
  • Walden Farm

Sumner County

  • Fiddle Dee Farms
  • Madison Creek Farms
  • Bottom View Farm

Wilson County

  • Mrs B’s Pumpkin Patch
  • Pumpkin Hill

Davidson County

  • Honeysuckle Hill Farm

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Exquisite custom built home in Hidden Point located in Hendersonville, TN. Enjoy the gourmet kitchen that comes complete with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Love to entertain? This home has a wine cellar and a screened in porch that has a new timber tech deck and two built-in grills, so bring family and friends! Listed for $589,999 by Irene Leonard from Parks in Sumner County. Find out more here.

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Fall decor outside Seasonal decorating is fun regardless of the time of year, but fall is an especially popular time of year to add cozy touches to both the interior and exterior of a home. Because of its simplicity and affordability, outside decorating in autumn is something everyone can participate in.
  Fall brings about comforting feelings of nostalgia for many people, along with cooler temperatures that turn our minds toward spiced coffees and warm muffins in the oven. The scents of fall beget memories of our childhoods that most of us look back on fondly.
  Here are a number of ideas to spruce up your home’s exterior as you find yourself getting into the autumnal spirit:


Make it colorful

While the colors of fall are typically darker and…

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The leaves are changing colors, the air is getting cooler, and Middle Tennessee is beginning to welcome fall. With fall comes pumpkin patches, hayrides, and festivals to enjoy with friends and family, and fortunately there are countless events to celebrate Autumn.


Cheekwood Harvest

Cheekwood has planned a month of family-friendly activities to showcase all that fall has to offer. From now until October 30th, enjoy scarecrows, a house made of all pumpkins (must see!), pumpkin patch, fairytale cottage, trains, and treehouse’s. This year, Cheekwood added something for the adults, the Cheekwood Beer Garden! Sip on craft beers on tap and delicious pub fare on a delightful autumn afternoon. Find out more information here.


Pumpkin Patch Festival…

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