It is hard to imagine Murfreesboro without The Avenue and the ever-growing area in which it lies. Rewind ten short years and Medical Center Parkway was a vast area of fields and farmland. Lindy Mullen, Marketing Consultant for The Avenue, explains that the area had a vision to become a new hub of growth for Murfreesboro with a 400-acre planned commercial development that included retail, dining, hotels, residential apartments and condos.
The new kids on the classic yet trendy East Main Street area of Murfreesboro describe their recently renovated home in simple terms: “It’s perfectly imperfect.” Blake and Priscilla Smith, married a little over a year, chose to build their blended family in the 125-year-old home at 446 E. Main St. for a few reasons, mainly location, location, and location. Plus, it was just a really cool house that needed a little attention.
In the age of HGTV, Pinterest, and too many to count house flipping shows, never has there been such a plethora of home design ideas at our fingertips. My job as a realtor allows me to see the influence of these mediums every day in our local market. In my 24 years of helping clients buy and sell homes never have I seen home buyers and home sellers be more in tune with new home design trends.
As the CEO of TDK — whose flagship properties (in Murfreesboro) include places like Vintage Avenue, Vintage Blackman, and 3343 Memorial, high-end residential complexes; Creekside, a newer assisted living home; St. Andrews apartments; and many more school and healthcare facilities — Keach has plenty of projects that reflect TDK’s dominance in the construction business.
While having a home of your own is still considered sweet, as our culture changes, so are the requirements for living. That American cultural icon of the two-story, one-family home with the white picket fence as the penultimate of a happy life has expanded. Living options are as diverse as the slices in an Ancestry.com pie chart.
Cold weather, twinkling lights, hot cocoa by the fire with family --it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. The holiday season brings about a lot of hustle and bustle but it also brings a warm and inviting atmosphere full of family and friends. The task of decorating your home for Christmas can be a daunting one. Many people opt to take a load off and let a professional help them with the stress of holiday decorating.