Richland is a historic district in west end Nashville, Tennessee. John Brown Craighead owned an Antebellum Era plantation until the end of the American Civil War, and in 1905 the Richland Realty Company began to develop residential real estate on the land. The neighborhood has been on the Historic Register since 1979, and the original Craighouse has been awarded different titles for its gardens and stunning architecture.
Future homebuyers looking for properties to fit their fancy in Richland will find absolutely gorgeous properties, some of which were erected over the span of thirty years between 1905 and 1935. Bungalow and Craftsman style homes, along with seventy Foursquare homes are scattered throughout the neighborhood. Richland amasses over twelve blocks of area and the community has a designated page on their website listing all of the historic properties and their individual histories; so when homebuyers get their hands on one of the breathtaking houses they can read up on the dwelling's past. Homes for sale in Richland in the west end include properties with five bedrooms and up to 3,000 square feet. If you are interested in buying an impressive home for sale in Richland or in West End, Tennessee, please contact us today.
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