It turns out this two-story townhouse is a hit on the short-term rental market. An Airbnb listing for the home says it can accommodate up to eight guests, with prices ranging up to $320 a night.
We saw the entire makeover of the the two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom residence on Season 6 of the "Property Brothers." In an episode aptly titled “Overcoming Analysis Paralysis,” the owner turned out to be quite exacting and changed her mind more than once in the course of remodeling the home.
She paid $290,000 for the place in the city's West End neighborhood and budgeted a sizable $105,000 for the renovation.
While you might think a six-figure remodel budget would be more than plenty to cover work on a 1,200-square-foot townhouse, drama ensued. The brothers wound up gutting the place and doing extensive replumbing—so every penny and more was put to use.
All that work means that a new owner will get a home that's nearly brand-new, because every inch of it was renovated four years ago.
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A buyer will also benefit from all the gorgeous furniture the brothers picked out, since the property is offered fully furnished.
A sparkling white and gray kitchen is one of the home's most dazzling features. It now has a peninsula and an island, quartz countertops, and all-new appliances, including a wine fridge.aside">
There's also a cozy breakfast nook, with a built-in banquette next to it.
The two bedrooms each have their own attached bathroom, and there's also a charmingly decorated powder room.
In addition to the chic new interior, the location of the townhouse has a lot to offer. Within walking distance of trendy cafes and shops, it's also close to Vanderbilt University and Nashville's famous Music Row.
That all makes this place a popular rental, and the listing mentions that it's often booked. Similar-sized homes in the area rent for around $160 per night, but those places can't boast a "Property Brothers" redo, for which HGTV fans will happily pay a premium.
Quickly doing the math, you could cover the house payments by renting out the place for 15 nights a month—or less! All of which leaves you room to touch down at an HGTV-approved crash pad, in a town with plenty to do.
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