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Introducing a new blog series! | Nashville Waterfront

The warm weather has been graciously upon us for several months now, but it seems that it isn’t until May comes around that we really start to get antsy for the water here in our office. Some of our favorite things about Nashville are all of the great lakes and rivers surrounding the city that make for a lot of fun under the sun during the summer months and also some great waterfront real estate opportunities!

This month we are introducing our newest blog series, Nashville Waterfront. This series will explore the Middle Tennessee lakes and rivers that are popular at this time of year as well as showcase the waterfront recreation and real estate available around each. From Percy Priest Lake to the Cumberland River, Old Hickory Lake to the Tennessee River, we’ll examine many of the lakes and rivers that we, and many of you, know and love around Music City. Keep your eyes peeled for the series’ grand entrance on our blog later this month!

Click the link to read up on each Nashville Waterfront covered in our series:

1. J. Percy Priest Lake

2. Center Hill Lake

3. Old Hickory Lake

4. Cumberland River

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