Headline Homes: March 2017

3811 Harding Place

This month in the area’s top home sales, Ronnie Dunn — the Ronnie Dunn, of Brooks & Dunn — sold his modest digs in Forest Hills; a former Nashville Symphony show house sold; and a stylish modern white-brick went off the market after a long sale period. This month also saw lots of acreage and beautiful outdoor spaces.

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

1. 1209 Chickering Road, Nashville 37215

Buyer: William T. Chapman IV, trustee

Sale price: $2.9 million

Seller: The Anne H. Zelle Revocable Trust

Seller’s agent: Richard B. French, French King Fine Properties

Buyer’s agent: Unknown

This nearly 7,000-square-foot home includes a “dramatic motor court side entry” and an all-custom interior. It also features a pool, paneled library, covered porch and seven bathrooms. 

2. 2 Bridleway Trail, Nashville 37215

Buyer: Tyler R. Skinner, trustee

Sale price: $2.365 million

Sellers: Brian and Page Weissmann 

Sellers’ agent: Candie Worsham, Nashville Area Homes

Buyer’s agent: Tim Bennett and Mara Thompson, Fridrich & Clark Realty

Once used as a Nashville Symphony Show House, where owners Brian and Page Weismann gave tours in the home to benefit the Nashville Symphony, this is the “prettiest home in all of Nashville,” according to its listing. Built by Brian’s brother Wade Weissmann, the home features more than 5,500 square feet, with three bedrooms and four baths.

3. 6651 Cross Keys Road, College Grove 37046

Buyer: Michael L. Sullivan 

Sale price: $2.25 million

Seller: Thomas C. Naslund 

Seller’s agent: Stephanie Webb, Benchmark Realty LLC

Buyer’s agent: Tim Thompson, Tim Thompson Premier REALTORS

“Every detail from ground up” in this home, sold by vascular surgeon Thomas C. Naslund, was “meticulously designed.” It includes a saltwater pool, a barn and a 1-acre pond as well as extensive upgrades to the kitchen. The 5,400 square feet of “comfortable living areas” also allow new owner Michael L. Sullivan to “enjoy peaceful picturesque views from every window and balcony.”

4. 3719 Woodmont Blvd., Nashville 37215

Buyer: Mark E. Humphreys 

Sale price: $2.15 million

Seller: The Scott Underwood Trust

Buyer and seller’s agent: Garrett Beasley, Brentview Realty Company

Mark E. Humphreys, CEO of Humphreys and Partners Architects, bought this 5,500-square-foot white-brick home after it was on the market for a little more than eight months. It includes a pool, an outdoor kitchen and a firepit, as well as a media room and wet bar, a “handsome study” and reclaimed wood floors. It features five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

5. 4200 Two Rivers Lane, Franklin 37069

Buyer: Michael Todd Abner, trustee

Sale price: $2.15 million

Sellers: George Seiters III and June J. Seiters, trustees

Sellers’ agent: Paula Hinegardner, Keller Williams Realty

Buyer’s agent: Bill E. Henson, SilverPointe Properties

This home has quite a bit of acreage — 7.25 acres on an equestrian estate with an “absolutely stunning” 8,500 square feet of custom interior. It has a wine room that will hold more than 1,500 bottles of wine, a 2,000-square-foot screened outdoor room and a “fabulous smart pool.” 

6. 3811 Harding Place, Nashville 37215

Buyers: Keith and Maria Naisbitt

Sale price: $2.15 million

Sellers: Richard D. and Kim J. Fletcher 

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

Buyers’ agent: Mande Roberts, Christianson, Patterson, Courtney & Associates

Sold by Richard D. and Kim J. Fletcher, who were featured in Nashville Arts for their home’s stark-white and modern appearance, this home sits on almost 3.5 acres in Forest Hills. The property includes seven gabled pavilions, which “join to form an inspirational modern farmhouse.” According to the listing, the home is, “crisp, bright. WOW!”

7. 1700 Chickering Road, Nashville 37215

Buyers: Arthur R. Tyler Jr. and Margaret B. Tyler

Sale price: $2 million

Sellers: Ronnie and Janine Dunn

Sellers’ agent: Steve G. Fridrich, Fridrich & Clark Realty

Buyers’ agent: Betty Finucane, Fridrich & Clark Realty

This modest home was sold “as is” by Ronnie and Janine Dunn and sits on nearly 6.5 acres in Forest Hills. The large plot of land could accommodate a new build or grand renovations to the 1960 home, which sits far away from the road, and the abode features five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

8. 9530 Sanctuary Place, Brentwood 37027

Buyer: James C. Hyatt 

Sale price: $1.95 million

Seller: Lee Molette II

Seller’s agent: Bernie Gallerani, RE/MAX Choice Properties

Buyer’s agent: Tony Carletello, Weichert Realtors

This 12,000-square-foot-plus home was sold by Lee Molette II, owner of Molette Investment Services. The “luxury executive home” offers a “sleek and stylish chef’s kitchen” as well as a luxurious master bath, a high-definition theater, a wine cellar, an elevator and a very secluded backyard. On less than an acre, the home also includes six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

9. 308 Deerwood Lane, Brentwood 37027

Buyers: Jonathan Barnes Huddleston and Amy P. Huddleston

Sale price: $1.95 million

Sellers: Margaret and Taylor Lou Stephens

Buyers’ and sellers’ agent: Tiffany Paige Harwell, Synergy Realty Network LLC

This “unique stone and glass contemporary home” features more than 8,500 square feet on three acres in a “prime Brentwood location.” The property includes stables and an outside entertaining area, including an outdoor pavilion with a pool and waterfall. 

10. 8 Oxmoor Court, Brentwood 37027

Buyers: Kevin L. and Michelle D. Kremke

Sale price: $1.875 million

Seller: Asberry Partnership LLC

Seller’s agent: Kimberly Schumacher, Benchmark Realty LLC

Buyers’ agent: Donnel Milam, Fridrich & Clark Realty

This home was purchased by Kevin L. Kremke, who just joined Delek US Holdings as its executive vice president on April 1, and his wife, Michelle. “No matter how you entertain, this home is designed to host,” the listing says. Whether it’s “cocktail parties, quaint family gatherings or mega game day events,” this 9,000-square-foot home in Governors Club will do the trick. It has a view of the 18th fairway at the club and includes an elevator, seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

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