July 2019

Found 14 blog entries for July 2019.

 

Wedgewood Houston is one of Nashville’s most sought-after urban areas, sitting just a short drive from other trendy neighborhoods such as the Gulch or 12 South. WeHo, as the area has been coined, has developed a unique identity, attracting artists, foodies, history enthusiasts, music lovers, and families. Watch our Local’s Guide to Wedgewood Houston video to take a look at this wonderful community!

Art galleries, mixed-art collaborative spaces, and recording studios give a distinctly original feel to this well-established neighborhood. This creativity has also found its way into the residential areas where you can find a mix of new homes and remodeled vintage charmers full of character. Condos and townhomes are also making their way into the mix as

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Many Americans will put plenty of hours into beautifying their lawns and gardens. However, it’s not always easy to do so, and it’s certainly not always cheap. With that in mind, here are 12 tips that will help you save money while still making sure your yard looks its best all summer long, without breaking the bank:

1.) Stay on the lookout for weeds

Weeds are a problem for your lawn or garden simply because they consume nutrients your preferred plants also need, according to Wisebread. Consequently, you will need to be vigilant about what you planted and if anything growing on your lawn or in your garden shouldn’t be there. As long as you pull the weeds out roots and all, you should be safe from the issue, but if some are being particularly

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With the summer heat in full swing, it’s the perfect time to head out to spend a sultry evening at a local brewery. To help you choose from the many beloved spots throughout the region, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best breweries in Middle Tennessee! Whether you’re looking for a pale ale or the tastiest cider in town, we’ve got the taproom destinations you don’t want to miss this season.

Diskin Cider

1235 Martin St | Nashville | Wedgewood-Houston
Best Bet: Six One Five

Diskin Cider burst onto the Nashville brewery scene in 2018. Offering a range of crisp, lightly sweet, mostly dry ciders along with a chef-curated seasonal menu, they quickly earned rave reviews.

The Cidery’s cocktail and beer selections here are outstanding on their

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August is here! Let the month of National Watermelon Day, National Smile Week and the dog days of summer begin! The Wilson County Fair is back, as are other local favorites such as Live On The Green and the Williamson County Fair. New events are also popping up so make sure to mark your calendars and prepare yourself for a whole lot of fun!

August 2-4th: Boro Balloon Fest
The Grove at Williamson Place | Murfreesboro

Take part in the first-ever Boro Balloon Fest! They will be hosting several hot air balloons for adventure flights, tethered rides, and balloon glows for three days. In addition, activities will also include food trucks, live music, craft vendors, hayrides, a slime creation station, and a hot air balloon photo booth. This picturesque

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Just minutes away from Vanderbilt, Green Hills, and I-440, this new construction in the Historic Hillsboro District offers stunning modern detail and historic charm all at the same time! Resting on a beautifully landscaped lot, this home features soaring ceilings, expansive window walls, custom built-ins, an amazing chef’s kitchen, a private balcony, and a family room opening to a screened porch with an outdoor kitchen.

The West End/Sylvan Park area is wonderful for families of all types, or for singles who want to live in a more residential area. Located south-west of Downtown Nashville, Sylvan Park is the perfect place if you are community-minded, as residents in this area tend to be heavily involved in the community and local businesses.

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Located on a private lot in Westhaven, this amazing home backs up to a gorgeous pond! Featuring three-story living, a spacious open layout, and many unique spaces, this home is perfect for all types of lifestyles and needs. With it’s attention to detail throughout and high-end finishes, you feel like you’re home from the moment you walk through the door.

Known for it is picturesque main street, historical attractions, antique shops and lively music scene, Franklin (fondly known as “Small Town, USA”) was voted the number one small town in Tennessee.

Main Street in downtown Franklin bustles with southern hospitality, historic preservation, and modern sophistication. There, you can catch an outstanding performance or screening at the historic

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How is the market? It’s a question our agents get asked a lot, and for good reason. If you’re considering buying a new home or selling one that you already own, the market trends and predictions are important in the decision-making process. Below is our most recent market update information for Davidson, Maury, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, Bedford, and Coffee counties to help you make the most informed and beneficial choices possible.

See the Previous Month’s Stats! 

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It’s July and we are so excited to announce this month’s LOLO gifts! There are so many unique, wonderful local businesses in Middle Tennessee and we are so ready to celebrate them this month!

LOLO, Locals Supporting Locals, is an amazing program for your Parks realtor to give to you! Each month, a completely free, new gift comes to your cell phone for you to enjoy. The gifts are selected by county and are only for local businesses, no nationwide chains!

LOLO helps remind us to shop local and support our friends and neighbors! Here are July’s gifts to you!

Stroud’s Barbeque

Williamson County

 

Owned and operated by a life long resident of Middle Tennessee, Stroud’s has locations in Franklin, Lebanon, and Cookeville. They have dine-in or

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When it comes to energy -saving, planet-helping home changes; little things add up. Not only do the little things add up in energy savings for your own home, but for the environment, as well. Let’s all do our part (and save some money in the meantime!), and think about implementing some of the energy tactics below:

Filters, and More Filters

Not only does changing filters mean healthier air and water, but changing air filters can reduce the energy it takes to heat and cool your house, as well. A win-win.

Lighting

Check each light bulb to make sure they are the correct wattage for the fixture, replace burned out bulbs, and think about converting to LED for reduced energy and heat. Bonus: Don’t forget to use natural light when possible – no

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Nestled on an 18-acre gorgeous mini-horse farm, this newer home is a rare and lovely find that makes a perfect everyday getaway! With its green pastures fenced for horses, red barn, pond, trails, bridges, and creeks, this property is the closest you will get to a country oasis. Throughout the home, you will find special touches like leathered granite, restoration hardware, reclaimed hardwood floors, an expansive screened porch, and a swim spa!

Listed by Marsha Mauney & Lee Lunsford

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