Buying a home is one of the toughest decisions to make. It is one of the most difficult procedures you will go through in life. You want something to fit the budget, be safe, allow room for growth and entertaining, and be conducive to your hobby. If you have horses, you will need a barn and pasture. If you collect antique cars, a big garage is important. If you collect ball caps, you need a room for display. Your home is your castle, your getaway, your pride and joy.
Here you can view four of the finer homes for sale in the Nashville area to help you make you decision. True, they are the most expensive homes on the area's market, but they will surely fit your needs and desires. And they will make you say, "WOW."
Home 1: $17,999,999.00
At $17,999,999 you are getting 6 bedrooms and 8 full baths (plus 3 partial) in this 20,533 square foot home located on Page Road. Built in 1999, it boasts a 3,000 bottle cellar.
A stairway to heaven here
The house has a pool, a cabana, and a barn. This is a two story home with basement. There are 18 rooms total. Yes, there is a fireplace.
Make a grand entrance
In 2012 the property tax was listed as $2,389,625.00. Monthly payments are listed at $91,610.00. It is near a park and surrounded by lush trees.
Sunbathe like a star, baby
The home features a pool where you can do your morning laps or just float with a fruit - laden exotic drink wondering what the masses are up to.
Home 2: $14,900,000 .00
At 14,900,000 you can entertain in style and grace. Monthly payments estimated at $75,832.00 for this 8 bedroom, 12 bathroom (and 2 partial) home.
Read a magazine or play some classical
There is space to park your four cars and 16,050 square feet of home to grow in. Built in 2008 and considered one of Nashville's "better homes."
Not "just a kitchen"
This two story with full basement sits on 1.99 acres. The taxes for 2012 were assessed at $1,167,400.00. There is a 10,000 bottle wine cellar, in-law quarters, and gorgeous decor. Proof of funds required.
Home 3: $775,000.00
Antebellum style beauty and listed at $20,000,000.00 in Franklin, Tennessee. It features spring - fed creeks on 753 acres. "'Tis the land, Katy Scarlett, the land!"
Go back in time
There are 3 bedrooms, 4 baths for a total of 8 rooms. The home boasts 6 fireplaces. Imagine the dances you can host in this room! And you can make your entrance on this staircase.
A barn with personality
A 12 stall barn to house your four-legged babies is on the property. The barn has a caretaker's 1,188 square foot apartment above. Plenty of room to graze, run, and roll (for you or the horses).
Home 4: $775,000.00
If it is privacy you crave, consider this $775,000.00 home in Chapmansboro. Two stories with a total of 14 rooms. It sits away from the main road.
A great porch for story telling
The brick home sits on 82.54 acres where you can sit on your porch and watch the wild life -- the four legged kind (or the two-legged. It IS your home).
A little comfort, a lot of style
It features a rec room, office, finished basement, and "plenty of room for entertaining" says realtor Amanda Bell. Lots of room to relax at the day's end.