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Enjoy the lifestyle and views in this custom-built hallmark home in The Grove – an award-winning, gated, private-club luxury community in Williamson County!

Built by Stonegate, this craftsman-style home features five bedrooms, four baths, a bonus room, an office, two bedrooms on the main level, and a backyard with a lush private view. The home also offers custom built-ins, high-end finishes, and incredible storage! Life in The Grove provides a Greg Norman signature golf course, a full-service spa, fitness facilities, pools, tennis courts, pickleball, trails, parks, equestrian, the Manor House, fine and casual dining, a general store, and more. You have to see this home in person!

Listed by Linda Smith

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With energy prices on the rise and the number of dangerously hot days increasing each summer, we’re all looking for ways to keep our homes cooler. Today, in our guide to home window tinting, we’re doing a deep dive on this affordable, energy-saving, privacy-boosting approach to preventing summer from scorching your home’s interior.

Why Window Tinting?

Window tinting is installed as an adhesive layer. We recommend it to enhance curb appeal, protect artwork and home furnishings from damaging UV rays, reduce your need for sunscreen indoors, improve your view of your home’s surroundings, reduce your AC costs, and shield your family and belongings from prying eyes.

Window Tinting Will Not Make your Home Colder in the Winter

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As a renter, you weren’t responsible for performing routine home maintenance, let alone dealing with repairs and emergencies. As a homeowner, however, it’s essential that you are financially prepared to handle each of these unavoidable events. While facing repairs and emergency expenses will still be stressful, being prepared for them will ensure that your financial position isn’t threatened by the unexpected.

As you read through our recommendations, keep in mind that they are developed with the average expenses faced by a homeowner in the US. If you have purchased a new home, your repair fund will not need to be as large. If you’ve purchased a home that is over 30 years old, plan for roof, plumbing, window, HVAC, and electrical issues that are

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This newly renovated ranch in Hillsboro Acres allows you to enjoy all that Franklin has to offer!

Sitting on half an acre, this three-bed two-bath charmer has been fully updated. The single-level, open-concept home includes a designer kitchen, two living areas, a formal dining room, wood flooring throughout, and fully updated baths. The flex room makes for the perfect playroom, office, gym, or anything else you can envision. Don't miss the large walk-in pantry with additional room for a pocket office! It's hard not to fall in love with the peaceful scenery of the backyard which includes a covered porch, mature trees, and a dry creek. This home is conveniently located just minutes from Cool Springs and Downtown Franklin. Best of all, there's no

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Who doesn’t want to get a good deal on a home? It’s normal for home buyers to try and negotiate with sellers to get the best deal possible.

But in this seller’s market, where homes are selling fast and buyers don’t always have a lot of wiggle room to negotiate, you may be wondering if you can still bargain.

The good news is, yes, there are still concessions you can get. We share some things you can haggle with your seller even if they don’t want to budge on price.

Ask sellers to make repairs to the home.

If the home you are buying needs some repairs, it can be an excellent opportunity to ask your seller if they can make repairs before they sell. If damages come up during a home inspection, sellers would likely agree to a concession since

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While house hunting, you might have seen some listings of homes sold “as is.” Home buyers might find these types of homes attractive because they’re typically priced lower than similar houses. Before you purchase an “as is” home, you must be able to decipher if the home is sketchy or not.

Here’s what to watch for if you plan to purchase a home as is.

Potential Foundation Problems

Correcting foundation problems is one of the most expensive repairs you can do to your property. The foundation of a house is one of the most, if not the most important, part of a house. Purchasing a home with a faulty foundation can cause you thousands of dollars to fix the problem.

All poured concrete foundations will crack sooner or later, but hairline cracks

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With luxurious finishes and timeless design, this incredible home feels like a dream come true! At first glimpse, you are welcomed by three sets of french doors leading to a beautiful stone-covered porch and professionally manicured landscaping. This gorgeous home is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the coveted Troubadour community that surrounds it. The home itself is a masterpiece of architectural perfection, boasting a sunny, open floor plan that is sure to impress.

Listed by Marabeth Poole - LCT Team

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Autumn is finally here, and that means it’s time to head out into the crisp, cool air and enjoy the many fall activities available to us here in Middle Tennessee! And if you haven’t picked a trick-or-treat destination yet, take a look at our recommendations for the best places to trick-or-treat in your neck of the woods.

Cheekwood Harvest
1200 Forrest Park Drive | Nashville
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Cheekwood Harvest is one of Nashville’s most treasured autumn celebrations. The oaks, maples, dogwoods, and many other species among their thousands of trees have begun to change their colors, and activities for the whole family are being set up alongside the art exhibits, statues, and gardens surrounding Cheekwood Estate.

Families with young

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Nashville and the surrounding area boast an art scene that grows continually. Our artists are diverse, innovative, and committed to creating works for the community to enjoy and interact with. Throughout the year, Middle Tennessee’s art galleries are open, with new works and exhibits shown often.

Additionally, our region hosts various festivals and art crawls, all of which are vibrant celebrations of the talented artists who make their homes here. In fact, with so much art to choose from, you may have trouble deciding which art crawls and exhibits in Middle TN are best! If so, today’s Top Ten list is for you.

100 Taylor Arts Market
100 Taylor St | Nashville

1oo Taylor Arts Market is located in the Germantown neighborhood within a massive

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Located on a quiet Murfreesboro cul-de-sac, this entertainer's dream allows you to enjoy your own personal resort-style living in the coveted Riverview community!

This single-level, fully renovated ranch has had everything updated – inside and out. The home offers high-end finishes throughout, a pool room, a private pool area, a covered porch, a gym, a home office, plenty of storage, an extra deep two-car garage, and much more. You don't want to miss out on this dreamy property!

Listed by Rachael Harmon - Harmon Home Team

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