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Daves's East Tour

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Here we go. Part II.

This old house was on the property of the Martin's Corner development. It was moved one block away and is undergoing a 2000 sq ft addtion along with the rehab. Hmmm, copper flashing. I like it.

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They moved the old house for Martin's Corner and these single family homes are the replacements. This is Phase One Martin's Corner development. Very cool. Inside and out.

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I think I've show this one before, but it's worth a revisit. First time I saw this house, it was literally falling down. Hundred's of thousands later, and you've got this nice little place.

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And this one is next door. There's a lot in between. Something will go there someday. Hopefully, it will fit in. Regulations on building are more than tough, we won't worry.

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Was inside this one years ago. Larry and Larry have been working on this Italianate mansion for 20 years. Utterly amazing. It's on South 5th.

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Holly Street

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Here's your chance. Fatherland St. I think. A little TLC and...

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Back of a Forrest Ave. rehab. I've been watching this one. They took it down to barebones, but kept the historical integrity. Will look great. And think state-of-the-art kitchen and the works. Amazing stuff going on around here.

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New discovery on Forrest.

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More Forrest Ave.

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Fatherland Street approaching Shelby Park. Note the trees. This one was missed by the 1997 tornado which pretty much wiped out the large trees in a large portion of East Nashville.

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Fatherland St. All new construction. Think not cheap here, too. Note the little market at the end. I'll have a pic of that later on. Gritty.

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Fomerly Fatherland Baptist Church. Now, I'm not sure, something religious. I see full bands through the windows.

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One of many rainbows in the area.

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East Middle School. High School is next door. My mom attended here. Graduated Class of '41 from East High.

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Eastland Avenue. The closest house is new. The large white one is mid-19th Century. It took a lickin' in the tornado. Lost the entire roof. Rebuilt nicely.

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More great pics Dave. I'm really enjoying your photo tours. East Nashville is getting a good showing by you camera! I like it!

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Great pics Dave. I've always liked the mansion on the corner of South 5th & Fatherland St. Its one of my favorite designed home, in East Nashville. :lol:

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Hey Dave, You forgot to show us a picture of Williams house. :lol:

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Great shots of East Nashville, Dave! I really like the way the new housing is being designed to fit in with the character of the neighborhoods. Very cool!

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