Real Estate by Debbie Reynolds

Another Closing in Aspen Grove Clarksville TN

Last Closing of 2017

Aspen Grove Closed home

This completed another fine year in real estate in Clarksville TN. 633 Winding Bluff Way in Aspen Grove is now closed. It was my final closing of the year and being bought as an investment home.

This neighborhood is located 5 minutes from I-24 near Exit 1 where you will find lots of restaurants, theaters, shopping. Aspen Grove has family size homes ranging in prices from the high $100's to the high-$300's. This home is priced very moderately and will make a good executive type home.

633 Winding Bluff Way has 3 bedrooms and a huge bonus room. On the main floor is a formal dining plus an eat-in kitchen and fireplace in the living room. The backyard is fenced with a custom in-ground swimming pool.

Schools are Glen Ellen Elementary, Northeast Middle and Northeast High. The affordable sales price was $172,000.

Click here to see  all homes for sale in Aspen Grove Subdivision.

To see all Clarksville TN homes for sale in this price range click here or contact Clarksville TN Real Estate Agent Debbie Reynolds at 931-320-6730.

 Centruy 21 Platinum Properties2130 Wilma Rudolph Blvd.

Clarksville, TN 37040

When you need Real Estate services in Clarksville TN

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Debbie Reynolds
"The Real Debbie Reynolds"

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Comment balloon 12 commentsDebbie Reynolds • January 01 2018 02:55AM
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