A Music Row home highlighted by an office environment setting up that once served as a residence has been stated for sale for $3.45 million.
Located on a .18-acre web-site at 1024 17th Ave. S., the American Foursquare structure delivers about 4,650 square toes and was made in 1925.
By means of an LLC, Ken Royer owns the home, owning compensated $1,325,000 for it in Oct 2019, in accordance to Metro documents. Given that the buy, Royer has undertaken key renovations to the historic setting up and included a approximately 1,200-sq.-foot professional construction, according to advertising and marketing supplies.
The offering is the equivalent of $590 per foot centered on the buildings’ collective sizes.
Royer also owns Horton Group, a web page structure and promoting corporation that operates from the key constructing, and is CEO of Brentwood-based mostly marketing and advertising, technological know-how, program and world-wide-web design products and services organization JLB.
Royer has enlisted Michael Havens, Ronnie Wenzler and Madison Wenzler — senior director, senior associate and govt director, respectively, with the Nashville business office of Chicago-based mostly Cushman & Wakefield — to manage the marketing and advertising and sale of the residence.
Of observe, former Ernest Tubb History Store owner David McCormick seemingly the moment owned the home.