1,520 square feet on 1.94 acres for $315,000. An architect specializing in historic homes bought this house and did a comprehensive renovation while maintaining the historic character. Deeded access to nearby sandy beach and 120 ft pier. The comprehensive 2009 renovation included: Opening up first floor to allow River views from front to back with dramatic sunset views of Lancaster Creek; New eat-in Kitchen with huge pantry space, Addition of light filled Family Room with stunning river views; new screened porch; new half and full baths, new 2-zone HVAC, new underground electric; all new electric and plumbing, new insulation, outdoor shower, new standing seam metal roof. Beautiful!
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA), the fastest-growing Asian brand in the U.S. for the second consecutive year*, will relocate its headquarters from Cypress, California, to Franklin, Tennessee. The move is part of an ongoing plan to reinvent every aspect of Mitsubishi Motors in the U.S., from corporate leadership to dealer partners to every touchpoint in a customer’s relationship with their vehicle, and will sharpen the company’s focus on future growth and innovation.
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These are the best places to live in America
U.S. News & World Report just released data for its 2019 Best Places to Live in America.
Nashville leaps ahead of Seattle, Los Angeles — now a top-five real estate market
Sandy Mazza, Nashville TennesseanPublished 12:00 p.m. CT Oct. 10, 2018 | Updated 1:24 p.m. CT Oct. 10, 2018
Nashville's real-estate market bounded ahead of Seattle, Los Angeles, and other major markets as the nation's fifth-surest investment bet for 2019, according to one of the industry's most comprehensive and influential reports.
The study, released Wednesday, promoted Music City from 9th to 5th place among U.S. cities for its hot overall real-estate prospects.
Six other southern cities – most in the southeastern U.S. – also topped the list developed by researchers from PricewaterhouseCoopers and Urban Land Institute in the "Emerging Trends in Real Estate" study.
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