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West Nashville’s new luxury community of townhomes + condos from the $500s is officially open for sale.

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A modern kitchen with white cabinets, countertops, and light wood flooring. There is an island in the middle with a stainless steel sink.

The warm, spacious kitchens offer ample counter space + storage.

Photo provided by Toll Brothers

Drumroll, please.

After months of anticipation, Toll Brothers at The Nations — West Nashville’s new luxury community — just announced it is open for sale.

Located three miles from downtown in the flourishing neighborhood of the same name, The Nations offers a stunning selection of two-level condos and spacious three-story townhomes in a variety of designs + layouts.

Homebuyers can choose from flexible floor plans and designer packages featuring open, modern kitchens and luxe finishes, with the added option to further customize both indoor + outdoor living spaces.

🏠 Take a tour

Like the idea of walking through a home to really get a feel for it? The community’s professionally decorated Hutcherson model is now open daily for tours.

The community also has several quick move-in options with pre-selected designer features that will be move-in ready later this year.

See floor plans + schedule a tour

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