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Clarksville classic goes on forever, or just seems to

The 1920 home with a big garage apartment is asking $2.45M

Exterior dusk shot of front of older wooden home with a peaked roof over a small porch and a sidewalk leading to the front door. The roofline of a second story behind it echoes that of the front one.
612 Blanco Street
Via Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty

If these (admittedly beautiful) rambling old Clarksville homes are going to ask (and get) outrageous purchase prices, they can at least offer some multifamily options. In fact, many in that neighborhood do—including this two-story, wood-frame home perched at 612 Blanco Street, just west of downtown and its satellite hot spots.

The home measures 2,510 square feet total and features a main house with three bedrooms as well as a one-bedroom garage apartment (according to the listing, there are four bathrooms, but it doesn’t detail how they’re distributed).

The home also features longleaf pine flooring, beadboard ceilings, antique fixtures, granite and marble surfaces, clawfoot tubs, and lots of built-ins. There’s also a private, fenced backyard and a two-car garage under that apartment. The listing for the property is held by Kumara Wilcoxon at Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty.