1705 Champions Drive
$295,000 | 2,012 SF | 3 BR / 2.5 BA + Bonus
The Sellers have cherished this beautiful, leafy, cul-de-sac home, but they are re-locating out of state. Features include a flat, fenced backyard with abundant trees, an updated, eat-in kitchen, hardwoods & tile downstairs, a light-filled living room with gas fireplace, a formal dining room / office, large bonus room, oversized master with large walk-in closet and separate shower / tub, and a 2-car garage with an extra parking space adjacent to the driveway.
* Co-Listed with Angela Wright | Abode Nashville & The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty
10 Things We Love About Where We Live
1. The back yard – Some of our best memories are of entertaining in the back on summer and fall nights by the fire pit.
2. The front porch – Listening to children playing on warm nights or relaxing in the morning with a coffee. It’s one of our favorite places to be. And be still.
3. The Neighbors! You will not find a more helpful and cheerful group of people on one street. Everyone is always willing to lend a hand, a truck or a tool.
4. We love how close we live to restaurants. There’s Mexican, sushi, Burger Republic, Blue Coast Burrito, ice cream and coffee, right around the corner!
5. Workout anytime in Lenox Village. We LOVE this gym and how close it is.
6. There’s a common area directly across from our home. Our daughter loves to venture over there to pick flowers and play ball.
7. Our master bedroom. Husband tours the country and beyond. He often comes home with his internal clock set to different time zones. He loves to reset in an oversized, dark and quiet room. I love how green it is in the summer from our bedroom and bathroom windows.
8. The extra guest parking space. This is so wonderful for when our parents come to visit!
9. THE grocery store. Publix at Concord and Nolensville has always been our #1 choice. Their meat and deli department are THE BEST. Their customer service is IMPECCABLE! We always leave happier than when we walked in.
10. The Amish market in Nolensville. It is so amazing to be so close to both a rural and downtown environment. Often on Sunday’s, we head down to the Amish Market in Nolensville for some homemade breakfast and come home with homemade bread, jams, candies and all kinds of goodies.