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Located in Historic Cherokee Park, this charming 1920's home is nestled near the end of a peaceful dead-end street! This home offers tons of character, plenty of space, a unique layout, a great backyard, a location just a walk away from local hotspots, and easy access to the interstate. You don't want to miss out on this one!

Sylvan Park, Sylvan Heights, and Charlotte Avenue all border one another and many locals see the lines between the neighborhoods as blurred. Generally, this area is bordered by Charlotte Avenue, goes south down Richland Creek and cuts back north to reach the Interstate 440 barrier. Many outdoor-loving city-dwellers call Sylvan Park home due to an amazing golf course and greenway system. This area is also known for being avid

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Fall has swept in once again, and soon homeowners will be faced with the challenge of managing the piles of leaves Middle Tennessee’s beautiful trees are dropping into their yards and across rooftops. Today, we’ve got our top tips for leaf removal primed and ready to share with our dedicated readers. We’ll also discuss the ongoing gardener’s debate over whether we should be removing leaves at all.

In the United States, over 25% of household refuse consists of yard waste, so clearly gathering up leaves and discarding them is the tactic preferred by most Americans. However, many master gardeners encourage homeowners to consider what else they can do with the bounty that descends on their yards every year. If you’re interested in finding an earth-friendly

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We’ve all seen the posts about how this Halloween is a full moon, a Saturday, and daylight savings - an ultimate setup for THE Halloween. The only thing? COVID. Fear not though (well, aside from Halloween spookiness); Halloween can never be canceled! While large group gatherings may not be able to happen, and things may not look the same - Halloween is and should, absolutely be celebrated! Here are a few activities (ranging for little ones to adults ) that we’re looking to try this Halloween season:

Spider Web Walk 

By creating a spider web (or part of one) with painters tape in your home, you’re essentially creating a Halloween themed playground on the floor that your little ones can play on all season long! How? Take painters tape and create

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Thoughtfully adapted for modern living, this incredible home is an oasis of warmth with a neutral palette! The property features an open floor plan with numerous vantage points, a high-end kitchen with Viking appliances, a first-floor master bedroom with two walk-in closets, Italian lighting throughout, custom fencing, and two separate patios that encourage an easy relationship between indoor and outdoor living.

Belle Meade is one of Nashville's most luxurious neighborhoods. Home to football players, entertainers and politicians alike, this area has a rich history marked by beautiful sprawling estates. With easy access to the city, Belle Meade is central to Nashville but seems removed from the city atmosphere.

Belle Meade, which means

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Parks is proud to highlight one of our outstanding agents from our Brentwood office, Scott Klein! With only one year of experience in the industry, Scott has had an incredibly fast start to his real estate career and is closing in on nearly 30 homes sold so far.

Scott attended Harper College in Palatine, Illinois, and earned an associate’s degree in Business and Finance. Post-college, he spent six years working in the construction industry where he did everything from painting to electrical and carpentry. After his time in construction, Scott moved into an administrative role for big tobacco and worked hand-in-hand with the Food and Drug Administration for 12 years. During his time in the tobacco industry, he worked in many cities and played a

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It feels like everyone followed a similar pattern over the past few months in terms of cooking: the pandemic happened and everyone decided they were going to cook and bake like they never had before (four-week sourdough recipe, why not?). Slowly, as the weather warmed up, take out wasn’t as scary and as life inched ever so slightly closer to “normal”, cooking and baking were no longer at the top of most people’s list. Now, cooler weather is rolling in, and warm, nourishing meals sound so good … if only there was the time again to cook! Enter: slow cookers. We’ve gathered our top five favorite slow cooker recipes so you can fix it and forget it until you’re ready to sit down to that warm deliciousness! 

Bon Appetit’s Slow Cooker Pot Roast

We’re

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Real estate sales are primarily a localized market. That's why you wouldn't ask a Dallas real estate agent for assistance in purchasing a duplex in St. Louis. Likewise, you wouldn't ask a San Diego mechanic to winterize your Denver car or a Tallahassee-based educator what he thinks about the public school system in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

While it's true that a professional's industry knowledge will extend nationally, their expertise is specific to the local market they serve. The same goes for mortgage professionals. Here are more reasons to choose a local mortgage professional's expertise over a faceless, impersonal "rocket" one. 

The Neighborhoods We Serve Are Our Neighborhoods

Each neighborhood has a particular flavor that makes it

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Located on the 38th floor of the 505 high-rise, this condo is urban living at its finest and offers amazing downtown views! The property features high-end finishes throughout, a great layout, incredible community amenities, and easy access to sports venues, restaurants, workspaces, and local attractions.

The Gulch is an upscale neighborhood known for its chic hotels, high-end fashion boutiques, and trendsetting restaurants. This pocket of the city even became the first neighborhood in the South to get LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.

The Gulch is one of the historic neighborhoods of Nashville and once housed the downtown railroad terminal. Today, the industrial history of this area is long gone. Instead, hip

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If you’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting Tennessee in the fall, we know you’ll agree that our gorgeous state reaches the pinnacle of its seasonal beauty from mid-October through late November. 

With the arrival of autumn in late September, the show starts in the dense forests that crown the Great Smoky Mountains. As they begin their transformation, their leaves drape the mountains in vivid hues of crimson, orange, and gold. By the last two weeks of October, the colors have traversed to the foot of the mountains and spread across the state, making riotous autumn hues visible from nearly anywhere! However, for those of you who want to experience the ultimate fall vistas, we’ve curated a list of some of the best places to enjoy fall foliage in

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Autumn has returned to Tennessee, and with it, a cape of riotous crimson and gold hues is rippling down the Great Smokies to the valley floors. Despite the hurdles the pandemic continues to raise, we’re proud to say that our local farmers have nevertheless been hard at work preparing beautiful corn mazes for children and adults alike to conquer.

Today, we’re sharing our picks for the Best Corn Mazes in Tennessee, from petite to mega-massive! If a homegrown challenge is just your speed, then don your pumpkin-patch boots, grab a sweater, and high-tail it over to a maze in your neck of the woods.

Please note: Due to current social distancing requirements, each farm has established new rules to keep each group of guests a safe distance from other patrons.

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