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2708 NATCHEZ TRCE
NASHVILLE, TN 37212




This home is 3194 sqft, which is 1261 sqft larger than the average of the houses our sources can identify on Natchez TRCE. This home was built in 1930 with 10 total rooms. This residential property was last sold on 07/31/2007 for $650,000. When this property was assessed in 2017, the assessment value improved from $166,650 to $196,350. This home is 2 stories tall. This property is located in the E C SCRUGGS subdivision. The entire market value of this property is $785,400. The land is valued at $290,000. Use Diedinhouse.com to learn of any stigmatized details and history about 2708 NATCHEZ TRCE. This home was built in 1930 with 10 total rooms. This residential property was last sold on 07/31/2007 for $650,000. When this property was assessed in 2017, the assessment value improved from $166,650 to $196,350.
Tax Legal Information
LOT 5 SCRUGGS SUB LOT 24 BELAIR
5
E C SCRUGGS
Tax Assessed Information
$196,350.00
$123,850.00
$72,500.00
63
$785,400.00
$6,194.00
2017
63.00
$166,650.00
$495,400.00
$290,000.00
2016
09/15/2016
12/14/2017
Building Ownership Information
1930
Residential
07/31/2007
$650,000.00
$2.00
011
07/31/2007
0000090936
Building Composition
3194
1183
6970.00
150
47
Central
CENTRAL
4.00
1
4
10
2
1
1
4435
0.1600092
1241
1241
1
380
999
1
4Y
109
1

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