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Two lots, one house in Clarksville will cost you $3.3M, more or less

Century-old home, sans adjacent property, asks $1.15M

Exterior of unremarkable but good-looking old two-story wooden house painted blue with yellow trim.
705 Highland Avenue
Via Gottesman Residential Real Estate

While contemplating the actual purchase of this fancy, three-story home and the lot adjacent to it is obviously the rightful activity of bazillionaires, it can be a fun exercise in the abstract for the less-endowed as well. Built in 1912 in the now highly desired Clarksville neighborhood, the 2,917-square-foot house looks to have been most recently used as a vacation rental (or maybe it’s just generic staging). Nevertheless, it contains a number of historic and period features, including high ceilings, wood floors, a fireplace, wooden stairs and railings, and lots of double-hung, sash windows with multiple panes and original frames.

The home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as a powder room and a private suite with its own entrance. There’s also a private stone patio in back and a small porch in front, as well as a one-car garage and a carport.

If all that sounds great for $1.15 million, you can go for it—or add on the vacant adjoining lot to bring the total asking price to $3.3 million. The whole shebang is listed by Megan Gattis at Gottesman Residential Real Estate.