The Iconic Ambrose House is the crown jewel of East Nashville Real Estate. The home, designed by Hugh Cathcart Thompson, most famous for his design of The Ryman Auditorium, was built in 1890 and holds a place on the National Register of Historic Places. This amazing residence has been thoughtfully renovated and boasts a chef's kitchen, luxurious primary suite, pool, rooftop deck with panoramic views of downtown Nashville and the surrounding rolling hills and a detached 915 sq. ft. guest house. Perched at the highest point in East Nashville, the Ambrose house is located in the heart of the East End neighborhood. This premier location boasts walkability to countless neighborhood restaurants, bars, retail stores, parks and other area hotspots. The renowned architecture, rich history, quality craftsmanship and fine finishes combined with the home’s scale, generous lot, and convenient location are sure to captivate anyone fortunate enough to occupy its four walls.