Walk to Eastland Village. Bike to Five Points. Ten minutes from downtown. This house is a lot like East Nashville in general. On the outside looking in, you don't see anything special and you're skeptical. Once you spend a night 'on the other side of the river,' though, you fall in love and discover a totally agreeable way of life, full of good surprises. The open living/dining area features a huge picture window for wildlife watching when there's nothing on TV. Adjacent to the formal dining room is an eat-in sized kitchen with great light- the window over the sink looks out over the park-like backyard. If your phone rings while you're cooking, don't go searching frantically through your pockets; just leave it on the handy old-school phone stand down the hall. In addition to the retro tile bathroom and two 'traditional' bedrooms with ceiling fans, there are at least two other areas to crash or study. The larger of the two is a huge space with wood burning stove, high ceilings, and access to the back patio and yard. It would be perfect for a den, music room, or bedroom. Out back, you have an expansive covered patio area that looks out on a humongous yard with storage shed. If you ever want to leave this place, you're literally a 10-15 minute walk from Rosepepper, Jeni's Ice Cream, Wild Cow, and the rest of Eastland Village. Five Points is just another mile down the road, and downtown is just a quick jaunt over the bridge. Call today for a showing.