Nashville | $2.2 million
A Victorian house built in 1899, with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a guest apartment, on a 0.24-acre lot
The owner of this house, Kortney Wilson, is also the listing agent, as well as the host of “Masters of Flip” and “Music City Fix,” HGTV shows focused on restoring historic homes in Nashville. This house, in the Lockeland Springs neighborhood, is a mix of old and new, with an open kitchen, exposed-brick walls and several original fireplaces.
The property is half a mile from an Aldi supermarket and a Walgreens drugstore, and close to Eastlake Avenue, home to bakeries, coffee shops, a Japanese restaurant and an outpost of the popular Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams.
Size: 5,266 square feet
Price per square foot: $418
Indoors: A paved path leads from the street to the wide porch, which wraps around part of the pale pink facade. Behind the front door is a grand foyer with a white-brick fireplace.
To the left is a parlor currently used as a music room, which has blonde oak floors, windows facing the front yard and another fireplace with a white-brick surround. The oak flooring continues through original pocket doors into the main living room, which is open to a combined dining area and kitchen, with space for a table in front of a waterfall-style center island. Off the kitchen is a spacious butler’s pantry with access to the backyard.