House

$499,900

HOA
$58/mo.

This home will be available soon!

701 William Howard Pl
Nashville, TN 37209

  • 4 beds
  • 3 baths
  • 1,733 sqft
  • 3,920 sqft lot
  • $288 per sqft
  • 2001 build
  • on site

Great floor plan w/ 4 bedrooms (office could be 5th) - two primary suites, one on each level - well maintained - updated fixtures and finishes - fresh paint throughout - modern luxury polished concrete floors on main level - wood laminate and tile upstairs - huge unfinished storage area upstairs - ideal corner lot - covered outdoor space and open outdoor space in back w/ privacy fence - 3 minutes to I-40 - 10 minutes to downtown - desirable location near waterfront dining, parks and entertainment - all appliances remain - showings begin Friday, Jan. 21 - Open House Sunday, Jan. 23 from 2-4pm

REALTRACS logo Listing courtesy of REALTRACS / Keller Williams Realty - Murfreesboro

Last checked: Checking… • Last updated Jan 18, 2022 •

MLS# 2346248 —

Monthly cost estimate

701 William Howard Pl

Asking price

$499,900

Expense Monthly cost
Mortgage

$1,831

Taxes $228
Insurance $137
HOA fees $58
Utilities $153 See report
Total $2,407/mo.*
*This is an estimate

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Sale history

Date Event Source Price % Change
1/14/22
Coming Soon REALTRACS $499,900 132.6% (21.0% / YR)
9/17/15
REALTRACS $214,900
8/14/15
REALTRACS $214,900

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