Neighborhoods

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Hillsboro Village/Vanderbilt/Belmont
Hillsboro Village is conveniently located near Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt Medical Center, and Belmont University. In the Village you can enjoy a selection of shops and restaurants, boutiques, coffee shops, pubs, salons, and the historic Belcourt Theatre. Surrounded by a historic district, the homes are eclectic and may require approval from a historical commission before restorations/renovations.

12 South
12South is Nashville’s newest trendy neighborhood! Enjoy Sevier Park, unique restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, and retail in a setting of historic homes and churches. Over the past few years developers have been busy renovating homes and supplying infill in this neighborhood. 12South boasts a central location and a hip vibe – there is always a demand in 12South.

Eighth Avenue/Waverly
Not far from downtown, antique stores line both sides of Eighth Avenue South. A collector’s haven, the area has become known as a premier antiques district. 8th Avenue features many restaurants and bars, including: Arnold’s Country Kitchen, Flyte World Dining, The Smiling Elephant, Craft Brewed, M.L. Rose, and more! The best comedians in the world frequent Nashville’s comedy venue, Zanies Comedy Night Club, located at Douglas Corner. Lately, 8th Avenue is becoming the new music hub in Nashville featuring Grimey’s, The Basement, and Douglas Corner Café, with more popping up all the time.

Green Hills
Green hills boasts Nashville’s most upscale shopping district, restaurants, and desirable high-end homes, with many homes topping the one million dollar mark. For your organic shopping needs, Whole Foods and Trader Joes are nearby, as well as Warner Parks, The famous Blue bird Café, and so much more.

The Gulch
The Gulch was once the hub for Nashville’s industrial industries and is now home to the city’s most upscale condominiums, restaurants, and shops. Enjoy a short cab-ride to downtown, the new convention center, the arts, and the Titan’s stadium. The Gulch offers a luxurious and convenient lifestyle.

Downtown/Germantown
Germantown, named because of the influx of German immigrants in the mid nineteenth- century, was Nashville’s first suburb. This district is one of Nashville’s most architecturally heterogeneous neighborhoods, containing a significant concentration of Victorian building styles. It also features the Nashville Farmer’s Market, which operates year-round featuring artisans, 10 restaurants, and a flea market! Germantown also boasts some of the best restaurants in the city such as City House, Germantown Café, and Silo. You can have it all living in Germantown!

East Nashville/Inglewood
East Nashville has an eclectic and creative vibe that has attracted many homeowners to the area over the years. Growth continues to flourish with new builds erupting throughout the historic neighborhoods. Mingle with the patrons of the local hangouts and you’re bound to meet more than a few musicians and songwriters. The area boasts many upscale and eclectic eateries, several art galleries and coffee houses. The area has a low-key vibe and neighborly personality making this community a great place to escape without ever leaving town.

The area has been featured on the HGTV network during Bob Vila’s “Restore America” and in HGTV’s “Our Place” series. If it is a cool vibe with an entrepreneurial aura that you desire, East Nashville is the community for you.

West End/Richland/Central
The Richland-West End neighborhood was created in 1905, when a group of investors bought a large parcel of property on West End Avenue (formerly Richland Pike), laid out the streets and sidewalks and subdivided the property into small lots, constructed medians and lined the streets with trees. Richland-West End became one of Nashville’s earliest planned subdivisions and still is one of the most popular areas in Nashville. One thing that draws residents to the neighborhood is close proximity to West End Ave, Vanderbilt, several hospitals, many private schools and the charming feel of the historic homes.

Sylvan Park/Sylvan Heights
Southwest of Downtown Nashville lies the quaint and quiet neighborhood of Sylvan Park, a beautiful setting with homes and businesses that run the gamut from funky to upscale. Here, 1920s clapboard homes and 1930s stone bungalows look right at home together. Enjoy a short walk or bike ride to Star Bagel, Café Nonna, or the market!

West Meade/Hillwood
If you take a drive through the West Meade/Hillwood neighborhood, Northwest of Belle Meade, you will notice the beautiful tree lined streets and the peaceful atmosphere. West Meade/Hillwood is only a mile or two from the businesses, college campuses, and hustle and bustle of Downtown Nashville, yet offers a peacefulness oftentimes hard to find in the city.

Belle Meade/Belle Meade Highlands/Belle Meade Links
Belle Meade was absorbed into the metropolitan government of Nashville-Davidson County in 1963, but retains its independent city status with it’s own police department. Most of the land that makes up the city was formerly Belle Meade Plantation. Belle Meade Plantation still exists, but the city also boasts many of Nashville’s finest homes, Belle Meade Country Club, and Percy Warner Park.

Bellevue
Bellevue is a neighborhood of Nashville, located roughly 13 miles Southwest of Downtown. Since 2000, Bellevue has drastically grown in population and development because of the close proximity to Downtown Nashville and the great real estate prices. Bellevue boasts tons of retail, restaurant options, and new construction.

Brentwood
Brentwood is an affluent, family-friendly suburb of Nashville located in Williamson County about 20 miles from Nashville. Brentwood is located just a few miles from Cool Springs, which features upscale shopping, restaurants, schools, and churches.

Cool Springs/Franklin
Franklin, Tennessee has a unique blend of history and new growth. Founded in 1799 and named after Benjamin Franklin. One of the bloodiest wars in the Civil War took place here, bringing thousands of historic tourists each year to visit the site of the Battle of Franklin, Carnton Plantation, the Carter House and many other historic locations throughout the City. In 2009, The National Trust for Historic Preservation awarded Franklin the prestigious title of Distinctive Destination for offering an authentic visitor experience by combining dynamic downtowns, cultural diversity, attractive architecture and a strong commitment to historic preservation. In the same year the American Planning Association named the downtown Franklin area a Top Ten Great Neighborhood for the Downtown Franklin’s outstanding historic character and architecture and meaningful protection measures the City has adopted to ensure Franklin’s unique sense of place is not compromised by future growth and development. Cool Springs is located just miles from Downtown Franklin and offers all of the retail, new development, business parks, and restaurants you could want!