The concept of home has always been an influential factor in Mary-Margaret's life. Raised in Historic Franklin, daughter of a Realtor on Main Street, she was exposed at an early age to the many facets of real estate, design and architecture. She graduated from Brentwood Academy in 2014 and then began her interior architecture journey at Franklin's private college, O'More College of Design. While at O'More, Mary-Margaret interned with one of Nashville's top interior designers, Lori Paranjape, which deepened her appreciation of design. In 2019, Mary-Margaret graduated from Belmont University with a bachelor of fine arts in interior architecture, from the O'More School of Design.
While studying at O'More, Mary-Margaret took a special interest in historic preservation, which allowed her to lead the restoration and preservation of an 1890s home located in Downtown Franklin. This project prompted her to be featured in the Tennessean for bringing back to life the 'Little Blue House,' which she has renamed the Hazel House after its late owner.
In 2020, Mary-Margaret made the decision to expand her knowledge and pursue her real estate license. She’s joined alongside her mother, Michelle Glass, and they have created Home Nashville.
Home Nashville, a boutique-minded team, combines the world of real estate and interior design. Mary-Margaret is able to offer their clients design services whether it be home staging, material selection for new construction, or after home purchase consultation and design. This unique and specialized approach provides their buyers and sellers with a white glove experience from start to finish.
– Brentwood Academy Graduate (2014)
– Member of St. George's Episcopal Church
– Belmont Graduate, BFA Interior Architecture (2019)
– Heritage Foundation Member
– Greater Nashville Association of Realtors