1305 S High Street

Columbia, TN 38401

Rent $2,975 month

4 Beds
3 ½ Baths
2,500 sq ft
Lot 0.22 acres
Year Built: 1900
Parcel: 100L E 028.00
Property Tax: $1,003/year

Property Description

This turn of the century beauty, conveniently located near Columbia's bustling Art District and a short distance to the Historic Square, has been carefully and thoughtfully renovated from the ground floor. All new everything! On the first floor, you'll find an open concept floor plan with large kitchen island, fireplace with shiplap surround, a 1/2 bath for guests, a large owner's suite with a beautiful bathroom and walk-in closet with custom closet shelving, and the first of two laundry rooms found in this home. Upstairs features the second large en-suite bedroom with large bathroom and walk-in closet, along with two additional bedrooms with walk-in closets, jack-n-jill bathroom and the second laundry room with included washer and dryer! Both upstairs and downstairs have a front covered porch and are absolutely perfect for sititing and enjoying the sights and sounds of this neighborhood. The backyard, which also features a covered porch, has plenty of room for playing, or for building a detached garage or studio. If you're looking for that historic Columbia charm but want a newer home, this is the one to make all your own! 


Air Conditioning
Built-in Vanities
Ceiling Fans
City View
Composition Shingle
Free Standing Appliances
Guest Bedroom
Guest Suite
Island Countertops
Lap Siding
Near Restaurants
Near Public Transport
Near Shops
New Cabinets
Separate Shower
Stainless Appliances
Tile Surfaces
Walk-in Closets
Walk-in Shower

Downtown Columbia

Welcome to Columbia, a TOP 10 Best Small Town and a Tennessee Main Street Community!

Downtown Columbia is a classic, Southern downtown anchored by the iconic Courthouse on the town square. Yes, we're historic and quaint with that Southern charisma that shows up in every friendly wave and 'hello' from the locals. We've got the perfect mix of history blended with a modern, trendy vibe of shops, restaurants, breweries & tap rooms, and cool places to hang out with friends.  We have special events and festivals throughout the year like the city's long-time Mule Day celebration in April. If you’re here on the first weekend of the month, be sure to check out First Fridays for live music on the square, inside and outside the shops. 

Adjacent to the beautiful downtown district is the emerging Columbia Arts District and the ancestral home of U.S. President James K. Polk. The scenic outdoors is highlighted by the Duck River that winds its way around the edge of downtown. The Duck River is notably the most ecologically diverse river in North America.  

An afternoon in downtown Columbia promises good eats, great finds, live music and relaxing options for both the ladies and the guys. Coffee shops, vintage records, book store, pie shop, tap room, brewery, barber shops, spa, boutiques, antiques and vintage finds make it worth the trip.


The town of Columbia is the county seat of Maury County. It was chartered in 1807 and laid out on the south bank of the Duck River consisting of four blocks. The town was incorporated in 1817. In 1984, the Columbia Commercial Historic Downtown District was established on the National Register of Historic Places recognized for its Federal, Victorian, and Mid 19th Century Revival architecture. The current population is estimated to be 41,690 (2020 Census).


From: https://www.visitcolumbiatn.com/

Columbia's Art District

The emerging Columbia Arts District was established in 2017 as a home to artists, artisans and creative professionals sharing their diverse talents through varied art forms. The Columbia Arts District draws from historic and cultural roots as one of Tennessee’s oldest Grand Cities. Today, a mix of local artists, artists new to the community and relocating creatives looking for a live/work environment, culminate in an eclectic mix of contemporary creative culture near the heart of downtown Columbia, only blocks from the Town Square. The revitalized, rustic Columbia Arts Building houses working artist studios, maker retail, CAB Cafe and more. While you're there, sign up for an arts workshop to bring your own masterpiece to life. Other businesses in the Arts District include Row & Co., Windmill Bakery, The Lumberyard, Columbia Culinary Arts Center, Lumberyard Gardens, Battleground Cigars, and Artists Studios: Warren Greene, Andy Moore, Hannah Odom, Ryan Rado and Jennifer Kasdorf. The Arts District spans from 8th & S. Garden Streets to 11th & Depot Streets.


From: https://www.visitcolumbiatn.com/

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1305 S High Street
Columbia, TN 38401
4 Bed | 3 ½ Baths

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