Headline Homes: December 2016

4512 Price Circle Road

December saw more listings out of Williamson County than Davidson County — a somewhat unusual if not necessarily surprising development. The list of top sales also included more older homes and newly built homes than usual — a Victorian house built in 1881, an abode built in 1955 in Hillwood, a 1929 home with some major renovations and a couple of houses built in 2016.

Below are December’s top 10 home sales in Nashville and surrounding counties, ranked by sale price.

1. 415 West Brookfield Drive, Nashville 37205

Buyer: Lucianne F. Wilt 

Sale price: $2,828,000

Seller: Thomas W. Cook III

Seller’s agent: Janice R. Lovvorn, Fridrich & Clark Realty

Buyer’s agent: Caroline Cook, Worth Properties, LLC 

This home was bought by Lucianne Wilt, who’s listed as a homemaker on political donation records and is married to Toby Wilt, an investor. This home is a “classic Southern beauty that sits majestically on 2.62 acres,” according to the listing. Though it was built in 1929, the 8,300-square-foot home has been renovated for “today’s more casual living,” which in this case means a guest apartment, two wet bars, a media room, an exercise room, and a pool and spa.


2. 1200 Waterstone Blvd., Franklin 37069

Buyer: Michael D. Sontag, trustee

Sale price: $2.7 million

Seller: Christopher Hyatt 

Seller and buyer’s agent: Nancy Torrans, Zeitlin & Co., Realtors

Sold by Christopher Hyatt, the chief operating officer at New Perspective Senior Living, this home has more area in covered porches than most homes have overall, boasting more than 3,000 square feet of porch. The home, which is nearly 10,000 square feet total and sits next to a large pond, features a four-car garage, a “sensational” master bedroom, a saltwater pool and a porte cochère.


3. 214 Third Ave. S., Franklin 37064

Buyer: Regions Bank, trustee

Sale price: $2,275,000

Sellers: J. Michael and Ann G. Bodnar 

Sellers’ agent: Richard B. French, French King Fine Properties

Buyer’s agent: Loy Hardcastle and Lauren Sullivan, PARKS Realty

This Victorian-style home was built in 1881 and is located in the Downtown Franklin Historic District. The listing calls it “grand, but livable,” and notes its 13-foot ceilings, two-bedroom guest suite and three-car garage. The home was sold by J. Michael Bodnar, a restaurant entrepreneur who is a founding partner at Fresh Hospitality, and his wife Ann.

4. 110 Woodward Hills Place, Brentwood 37027 Buyer: Ephriam Herbert Hoover IV

Sale price: $2,195,000

Sellers: Joe D. and Joy Roper 

Sellers’ agent: Joy Roper, Caden Roper Real Estate LLC

Buyer’s agent: Anne A. McGugin, Fridrich & Clark Realty

An “entertainer’s delight!” that is “white and light” inside, this 9,700-square-foot home has a resort-style backyard, including waterfalls (yes, plural), a large spa and a saltwater infinity pool.The master bedroom has a heated marble floor, his and her bathrooms and closets.


5. 538 Rochester Close #1266, Franklin 37064

Buyer: Amanda Katherine Hampton Revocable Trust

Sale price: $2,026,796

Seller: Westhaven Partners

Seller’s agent: Lisa A. Cahalan, Westhaven Realty

Buyer’s agent: Kelly Dougherty, VILLAGE

This newly constructed home — built in 2016 — includes three fireplaces, five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a separate $349,000 tract of land for future building, which was included in the final sale price. 

6. 8 Colonel Winstead Drive, Brentwood, 37027

Buyer: Joy S. Powell 

Sale price: $1,857,000

Seller: Daniel Charles Vild 

Seller’s agent: Jeff Pate, Keller Williams Realty

Buyer’s agent: Teresa Beard, Fridrich & Clark Realty

 Located on a golf course, this home just went through an “amazing makeover with no expense spared!” The upgrades included technology enhancements and an outdoor living area. The home has more than 8,600 square feet, and was sold by pilot Daniel Charles Vild and bought by Joy S. Powell, the chief operating officer for Network Solutions at Healthways Inc. 


7. 8495 Heirloom Blvd., College Grove, 37046

Buyer: William Siren

Sale price: $1,844,663

Seller: Hatcliff Construction LLC

Seller’s agent: Michael Lorence, Grove Realty LLC

Buyer’s agent: Sarah A. Kilgore, Pilkerton Realtors

 This 6,500-square-foot home is in College Grove, which is a small unincorporated community in Williamson County between Franklin and Murfreesboro. A new home, it sits on less than half an acre and has four bedrooms and six bathrooms. It was purchased by William Siren, the director of hospital and health care provider M&A Strategy. 


8. 5227 Lysander Lane, Brentwood, 37027

Buyer: David K. Ward 

Sale price: $1,835,000

Seller: Lloyd G. King 

Seller’s agent: Paula Hinegardner, Keller Williams Realty

Buyer’s agent: Andy Beasley, Brentwood Realty Company

Sold by gastroenterologist Lloyd G. King, this more than 7,500-square-foot home boasts five bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. In the McGavock Farms subdivision, it was purchased by David K. Ward, who sold his previous home in McGavock farms for $1.67 million in April 2016.


9. 4512 Price Circle Road, Nashville 37205

Buyer: Laren Donnelley

Sale price: $1,725,000

Seller: Wanda McNeil 

Seller’s agent: Melanie Baker, Zeitlin & Co., Realtors 

Buyer’s agent: Suzanne Elmer, Fridrich & Clark Realty

 This 1955 home in the Hillwood area has views of downtown Nashville “in the winter” and a 1.37-acre lot. Its amenities include a new pool, “chic outdoor porch,” luxurious master suite, gourmet kitchen, “fabulous formal and casual rooms, all suite bedrooms and a perfect flow for entertaining!”


Headline Homes: December 2016

112 Brookfield Ave.

10. 112 Brookfield Ave., Nashville 37205

Buyer: Mollie Perry 

Sale price: $1,620,000

Seller: Baird Graham 

Seller’s agent: Shauna W. Brooks, Christianson, Patterson, Courtney & Associates

Buyer’s agent: Katie Wayne, XMi Property Management

 Purchased by Mollie Perry, the president at VidaFuel LLC, a nutrition company, this home includes European architecture, copper gutters, a gourmet kitchen and butler’s pantry as well as two laundries, and (the apparently popular) porte cochère. It was sold by Baird Graham, the general contractor who built the home.

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