Nashville Real Estate

Most expensive homes sold in Nashville 2011

Nashville is home to many of the South’s most beautiful estates and mansions. We are fortunate to have many industries in the area that support the Nashville luxury real estate market. In 2011 year to date, there have been some incredible homes transferred to new owners.  Click here to see the most expensive zip codes in Nashville.

Check out the pictures of the top three most expensive homes sold in the Nashville area in 2011 year to date.

  1. 413 West Hillwood (Hill Place) – List price: $3,995,000
  2. 311 Jackson Boulevard (Belle Meade) – List price: $3,750,000
  3. 2509 Iron Gate (Franklin) – List price: $3,895,000
Hillwood is home to the most expensive home sold in Nashville year to date in 2011.  413 West Hillwood was listed for $3,995,000.

Hillwood is home to the most expensive home sold in Nashville year to date in 2011. 413 West Hillwood was listed for $3,995,000.

With an original list price of $3,750,000, 311 Jackson Boulevard in Nashville's Belle Meade is the second most expensive home sold in Nashville year to date.

With an original list price of $3,750,000, 311 Jackson Boulevard in Nashville's Belle Meade is the second most expensive home sold in Nashville year to date.

Located in Williamson County's Laurelbrook, 2509 Iron Gate in Franklin is the third most expensive home sold in the Nashville area in 2011.  It had an original list price of $3,895,000.

Located in Williamson County's Laurelbrook, 2509 Iron Gate in Franklin is the third most expensive home sold in the Nashville area in 2011. It had an original list price of $3,895,000.

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