Massive Palace Close to Downtown!

From $575 / night

Nashville, TN
Massive Palace Close to Downtown!
4 bedrooms
10 guests
Varies min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 10
Type: Home
Per night: $735 - $1,999
Per week: $5,950
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Nashville vacation home rental
This plush 3500 sqf. house is close to anywhere you need to go in Nashville! Completely renovated in 2013 with the finest furnishings and finishes. Perfect for your VIP event or luxurious getaway, it comfortably fits 10 (or more) and has plenty of off-street parking. Each room has been meticulously decorated and stylishly decorated. Includes a gourmet kitchen, huge TVs, and tons of space!


This new 3,500 square-feet house in historic Germantown Nashville is close to all there is to see and do; you can walk or take a short cab ride to almost everything!


3 bedrooms with a king bed, queen bed, double bed, two couches, and a blow-up mattress

2 full bathrooms, each with double vanities

1 half bathroom

Sleeps 10

3,500 square-feet

Upon entering this stylish and luxurious house, you'll love the open floor plan and mix of modern and traditional décor. There are hardwood hickory floors throughout most of the common areas, with 100% wool, handwoven Persian rugs from the Serapi, Heriz, and Tabriz regions giving the house a warm and inviting feel. All of the bedrooms and living rooms have ceiling fans to keep the house well-ventilated. 10' ceilings, exquisite molding, and large outwork set the stage for this outstanding living space. Oversized windows provide a great view of the urban landscape-this includes a view of the Tennessee State Capitol from the second floor-and plenty of natural light. Mahogany Venetian blinds will let you relax and retreat into the privacy of the home.

The kitchen features beautiful cherry cabinets, leathered granite countertops, a tile backsplash, and all stainless steel appliances. If you like to cook, there are dual KitchenAid ovens, a Samsung French door refrigerator, a KitchenAid standing mixer, and a 36-inch Thermador cooktop with 5 elements and a dual element bridge. Hanging above the entire room is a 5-light Venetian bronze and teak crystal chandelier. The open kitchen flows into a high-bar seating area and a dining table for four people, all within view of the main floor living room. The main floor living room features a fireplace with stone surround and a huge 65" LCD TV.

If work is on your agenda, the office features a large 3'x6' desk with ample workspace. The room features a beautiful mahogany coffered ceiling and mahogany wainscoting capped by a chair rail. There is a wi-fi printer, in-ceiling speakers, and other various office supplies.

The master bedroom has a luxurious king size bed with plenty of storage space and a 42" plasma TV with DVD player. There are dual night stands that offer you the choice of lamp lighting or indirect floor lighting. The suite features dual his and her closets between the bedroom and bathroom. The relaxing master bathroom is appointed with heated tile floors, dual vanities, frameless glass shower with shower wand and massaging jets, and a jetted jacuzzi tub. Hanging over the tub is a 2-tier, 18-light Venetian bronze and crystal chandelier.

If you need a little fresh air, you can go upstairs and step out onto the balcony, which has gorgeous view of the State Capitol and downtown. At the top of the stairs, you will enter a 24'x20' bar area with a bar sink, microwave, and wine refrigerator with 57-bottle capacity. Triple arches lead into a large 16'x24' second living room with a 70" LCD TV, surround sound, and in-ceiling speakers. The room also features a couch that is perfect for sleeping and an open area for an air mattress if you need it.

There's a commercial-grade Landice L8 Pro Sports treadmill in the house if you like to work out. It has the optional Orthopedic shock absorption system, which is 7x softer than grass. There are also medicine balls, 2 kettle bells, a balance/stability ball, and an ab roller.

There are 2 driveway parking spots included with the house. Additionally, there 8 spots on the adjacent property that normally offer plenty of overflow parking.

If you are coming from the airport, there are 2 routes that will give you great views of Nashville.

Route 1 takes you past downtown, west of the Cumberland River.

* Off of I-40W, take Exit 209A onto Charlotte Avenue.

* Turn left onto Rosa L Parks Boulevard.

* Turn left to stay onto Rosa L Parks Boulevard.

* Turn left onto Locklayer Street (across the road from the Farmers' Market).

* Take the first right onto 9th Avenue North.

* Take the first left onto Jackson Street.

Route 2 also takes you past downtown, but east of the Cumberland River and past LP Field.

* Keep right at the I-40/I-24 fork onto I-24W.

* Take Exit 47 onto Jefferson/Spring Street.

* Continue onto Jefferson Street.

* Turn left onto 10th Avenue N.

* Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto Jackson Street.

Daniel Neal Lewis

Area Information
It's only a short walk to Nashville's historic Germantown, where the Nashville Sounds minor league baseball team--Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics--is constructing the new First Tennessee Park on the site of its original 1870 Sulphur Dell ballpark. Nearby restaurants include Rolf and Daughters (named in Bon Appétit's "Best New Restaurant" list), City House, Germantown Cafe, Mad Platter, Silo, Monell's, Lazzaroli Pasta, 312 Pizza, 5th and Taylor, and Butchertown Hall. You're also close to the Nashville Farmers' Market, home to 100 farmers/artisans, 14 restaurants, and over 50 merchants. There is a full-service Kroger grocery store, a wine and liquor store, and Rite-Aid Pharmacy only a few blocks away.

You are only a mile or two (depending on your destination) from Printers Alley, Lower Broadway & the Honkytonks, Ryman Auditorium, Tennessee Performing Arts Center & 5th Ave Arts District, Bridgestone Arena, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Music City Center and LP Field, where you can catch a Titans game, Music City Bowl, CMA Music Festival, and other major events and concerts.

Just a short drive or quick cab ride away, you'll discover nearby neighborhoods including the Gulch, East Nashville, Midtown, Music Row, West End/Vanderbilt, Hillsboro Village and 12South. There is a full-service urban grocery store (HG Hill Urban Market) downtown. If you brought the kids, don't miss the Adventure Science Center. You'll have as much fun as they do!

Whether you are in Music City to work or play, this house is ideally located to everything Nashville has to offer.

About the owner

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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 05 2017 Feb 28 2017 $735 $945 - - 2 Nights
Mar 11 2017 Mar 13 2017 $1,499 - - - 2 Nights
Jun 06 2017 Jun 14 2017 $1,999 - - - 5 Nights
Jun 15 2017 Dec 31 2017 $980 $1,260 $5,950 $17,250 2 Nights
Lodging tax: 15.5%
Deposits: Refundable damage deposit $1,000 Property Damage Protection $79
Payment Options: Mastercard, Visa
Other Fees: Please respect the house as if it's your own. * Guests must be over the age of 25 and will be an occupant of the unit during the entire reserved period. * No parties, excessive noise, or any illegal activity shall take place at property. Just use your best judgment * No pets are allowed unless pre-approved. * No smoking is allowed in or around any property. Nashville is a huge place - smoke anywhere and everywhere but the house! Cleaning: The house will be cleaned and inspected after your departure. Please help me enable the cleaning crew as much as possible. If you do simple things like leaving the house tidy, running the dishwasher, starting to wash the towels, and taking out the trash, I'm more than happy to return the cleaning fee. Travel Insurance is highly recommended for any stay. 100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
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