Headline Homes: May 2018

4504 Wayland Drive

It’s hard to tell through all the sale’s layers, but it looks as though Tennessee Titans co-owner and board of directors member Kenneth S. Adams IV (Bud Adams’ grandson) may have bought a $5.5 million Forest Hills home this month. We can’t be sure, but the home was purchased by a newly created LLC out of San Antonio, Texas, where Adams hails from. The company, Lennochmore LLC, did not respond to questions about whether Adams was the person behind the purchase, but a search of Adams’ name and the company shows they have ties. May was also a big month for folks in the health care industry to purchase homes.

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

1. 4409 Chickering Lane, 37215

Buyer: Lennochmore LLC

Sale price: $5.5 million

Sellers: Bailey P. Robinson III and Laura S. Robinson

Sellers’ agent: Janet T. Jones, Worth Properties LLC 

Buyer’s agent: Grace Oneal Clayton, Neal Clayton Realtors LLC

As noted above, this spacious, pricey abode may have been purchased by Kenneth S. Adams IV. The home is on 4.5 acres in Forest Hills, and it has seven fireplaces, a detached studio, four bedrooms and a six-car garage.

2. 410 Hudgins Lane, McEwen

Buyer: Pear Tree Farm LLC

Sale price: $3,009,000

Seller: Martin Rash

Seller’s agent: MacKenzie Strawn, Scout Properties

Buyer’s agent: Dan McEwen, McEwen Group

This purchase demonstrates just how much bang-for-your-buck you can get if you look outside Davidson County or Williamson County. This 5,800-square-foot house in Humphreys County (about an hour from Nashville) is on a whopping 719 acres. Seventeen acres of that is a lake, and the property also includes a two-stall horse barn, a five-stall tractor barn, an eight-stall dog kennel and more. It was sold by Martin Rash, chairman and CEO of RegionalCare Hospital Partners.

3. 2046 Fransworth Drive, 37205

Buyer: Kevin D. Montgomery, trustee

Sale price: $3 million

Seller: Amy S. Eskind

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

Buyer’s agent: Jonny Lee, The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

This five-bedroom home in the Hillwood neighborhood was sold to an unknown buyer by Amy S. Eskind, a freelance journalist who contributes to the Nashville Scene. The listing describes it as a “bold, stunning & exuberant modern villa.”

4. 201 Lynnwood Blvd., 37205

Buyer: TongueBoy Trust

Sale price: $2,779,250

Seller: Mark S. Goldfarb, trustee

Seller’s agents: Katherine McGill, Home Buyers Marketing II Inc.; and Richard G. Courtney, Christianson, Patterson, Courtney & Associates 

Buyer’s agent: Jacob Priestley, The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

This buyer — named TongueBoy Trust, of all things — picked up this Belle Meade abode in May. The listing calls it “truly one-of-a-kind,” and the property includes a swimming pool, outdoor terraces and lush landscaping all in a “serene setting on a quiet, tree-lined street.” We hope TongueBoy, whoever he is, loves it.

5. 1154 Hillview Lane, Franklin

Buyer: Colby Rasmus

Sale price: $2,499,000

Seller: Adkins 2007 Living Trust

Seller’s agent: Kim Fennell and John Lott, Main Street Real Estate

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

This home on 23 acres in Williamson County includes a large art studio, two barns, an infinity pool, a stocked pond and a private quarter-mile driveway. 

6. 9292 Exton Lane, Brentwood

Buyers: David A. Mitchell and Rachael Mitchell

Sale price: $2.15 million

Sellers: Paul Mason and Jennifer Aspen Mason

Sellers’ agent: Denise Cummins, The Wilson Group Real Estate Services

Buyers’ agent: Bruce Jones, RE/MAX Fine Homes

This home was sold by Paul Mason and his wife, Jennifer Aspen Mason, senior vice president of global innovation at CP Kelco, a company that specializes in food-thickening agents. It has five bedrooms and six bathrooms and is in the Annandale subdivision.

7. 4504 Wayland Drive, 37215

Buyers: Jonathan B. and English C. Flack

Sale price: $2,080,750

Sellers: Bryan Bolton and Rachel Bolton

Sellers’ agent: Tristan Kinsley, Keller Williams Realty 

Buyers’ agent: Susan Gregory, PARKS

This home was purchased by Jonathan B. Flack, leader of the private company services sectors at PricewaterhouseCoopers, and his wife, English C. Flack, a pediatric cardiologist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The sellers, Bryan and Rachel Bolton, appear to have been on a Nashville-specific episode of House Hunters on HGTV in 2009 looking to purchase a tiny home. This house in the Forest Hills neighborhood is not so tiny — it’s 6,100 square feet. 

8. 111 Taggart Ave., 37205

Buyers: Thomas F. Cowhey and Cynthia E. Lasker

Sale price: $1,906,000

Sellers: Tohid A. Vahedian and Halle S. Vahedian

Sellers’ agent: Whitney Musser, Worth Properties LLC 

Buyers’ agent: Amy Jackson Smith, Worth Properties LLC

This home has an open floor plan and more than 5,700 square feet. It has a fenced backyard, two fireplaces, a screened-in porch and an outdoor kitchen. It was purchased by Thomas F. Cowhey, executive vice president and CFO of health care company Surgery Partners Inc., and his wife, Cynthia E. Lasker. It was sold by Tohid (Tony) A. Vahedian, chief product officer for health care company naviHealth, and his wife, Halle S. Vahedian.

Headline Homes: May 2018

1029 Noelton Ave.Photo: Eric England

9. 1029 Noelton Ave., 37204

Buyer: Tristar Sports & Entertainment

Sale price: $1.9 million

Seller: Keep It Together Inc.

Seller’s agent: Ivy Arnold, PARKS

Buyer’s agent: Leisa Wilcox, RE/MAX Homes And Estates

This home sits on 1.3 acres of wooded property near Granny White Pike and Woodmont Boulevard. It was purchased by Tristar Sports & Entertainment, a Music Row consulting group. The listing calls it one of the most sought-after pieces of land in the city.

10. 4001 Dorcas Drive, 37215

Buyer: Brian Shelton, trustee

Sale price: $1,891,200

Sellers: Linda H. Glisson and Todd D. Glisson

Sellers’ agent: Fiona Parish King, Worth Properties LLC 

Buyer’s agent: Jennie Garth Lovvorn, Fridrich & Clark Realty

This 6,000-square-foot home was featured in Southern Living magazine. It was sold by financial planner Todd D. Glisson and his wife Linda. 

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