The market stats for February show continued growth in Nashville and surrounding areas. The jump in $1 million plus sales in Williamson County vs. 2016 is notable, with new construction accounting for some of these gains.
While the total units sold in February were down 9%, average home sales prices were up 11% from last year.
There were 920 home sales recorded averaging $294,627 compared to 1,015 sales recorded in February 2016 averaging $264,497.
Median home sale prices were up 15% from last year to $236,000 versus $205,000 last February.
Antioch (37013) had the most home sales for the month with 107 recorded averaging $194,970.
Oak Hill (37220) recorded the highest average sales price for the month of $1,306,160 across 5 sales.
Home sales over $1 million were up 18% from February 2016 with 20 recorded compared to 17 recorded last year.
Home sales were up 10% with 376 sales recorded for the month compared to 343 recorded in February 2016.
The average home sales price was up 8% to $461,226. The median sales price was $424,900, up 8% from last year.
Franklin West (37064) had the most home sales for the month with 117 sales recorded averaging $451,530.
Brentwood (37027) had the highest average sales price of $661,790 across 53 sales.
Home sales over $1 million were up 140% from last year with 12 recorded for the month compared to 5 recorded in February 2016.
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Photo by Carbine and Associates.
I was lucky enough to preview the House for Hope over the weekend, and encourage everyone to visit and tour the modern farmhouse designer showcase. Built by Carbine and Associates, with rooms designed by some great local talent, proceeds benefit various area children’s charities, and there is a lot of beautiful eye candy to take in during the tour!
You can see some of the snaps I took on my Instagram feed.
Tours are running through the 12th, and tickets are available HERE or at the gate.
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Because I’m a food nerd, I always like sharing something fun from the kitchen each month, and today I’m excited to share my take on “The 108” from the Clock Bar in San Francisco. I tested it out on a few willing takers as an aperitif before a meal of Indian food recently, so if you’re a curry lover, I have your new cocktail!
This recipe will make a batch of 12-16 cocktails, depending on how generously you pour!
- For Maple Masala Syrup:
8 ounces maple syrup
24 ounces of water
3 ounces garam masala spice
- For Cardamom Infused Gin:
750 mL gin
20 cracked green cardamom pods
(Let gin steep with pods for 3 days)
1.5 ounces Old Raj Gin
1 ounce maple masala syrup
3/4 ounce cardamom infused gin
1/2 ounce Lillet blanc
Add all of the above into a cocktail shaker with ice, and pour into a chilled glass and top with
1 ounce club soda, and garnish with a piece of star anise.
Until next time,