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Wondering what makes an estate different from a conventional residence? If you're searching for a home with ample acreage, a larger than average main home, as well as various on-site facilities, an estate property could be the right fit for you. And here in Middle Tennessee, we have plenty of estate listings designed to fit your ideal lifestyle for generations to come. Let's explore.

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Buying an Estate Home in Middle Tennessee?
Here Are a Few Things to Consider

Owning an estate home is more than just an experience—it's a one-of-a-kind way of life that comes with quite a few perks. One of the biggest draws of estate properties is their ample acreage, but that's not all these unique listings have to offer. Here's what you need to know before you buy.

What exactly is an estate property?

The short answer depends! Today, an estate is generally regarded as a property with a large main house and at least a few acres of space. However, some estates also come with room for pastures, farming, and recreation. It's not uncommon to find estates with outbuildings, water features (like pools or lakes), as well as other luxury upgrades.

Are estates suitable for farming and horses?

Yes! Because estates come with more land than the average home, you'll have room to enjoy all the activities you love. Some estates even have their own barns, pastures, and farmland, so you won't have to put in any effort to remodel or improve the land yourself.

Are all estates rural?

Not necessarily. It's possible to find estates throughout Middle Tennessee, but you'll likely pay a premium as you get closer to bigger cities like Nashville or Murfreesboro. Above all, it depends on your desired lifestyle. If you want to get away from it all, a more rural estate could be the right fit for you—and you'll also enjoy a lower price tag. Our area also has plenty of estates near the suburbs, so you won't have to sacrifice any everyday conveniences.

Can I purchase a new construction estate?

Absolutely! If you want to customize your estate from the ground up, try exploring some of the latest new construction listings throughout Middle Tennessee. It's also possible to purchase land and work directly with a builder to customize every aspect of your estate.

Work with an Estate Expert

If estate living sounds like the right fit for you, I'd love to help you find the perfect property. Contact me, Chuck Simpson, for all your Middle Tennessee real estate needs. I look forward to guiding you through every step of the transaction!

Need to sell an estate home? Let me know—I'm here to assist you!

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