Greater Nashville Community Guide | Davidson County

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DAVIDSON COUNTY COMMUNITY GUIDE
12 South Belle Meade Bellevue Berry Hill Crieve Hall Downtown + Sobro East Nashville Edgehill/Music Row/Demonbreun Germantown + Salemtown Green Hills Hillsboro Village Midtown Oak Hill/Forest Hills Richland/Cherokee Park Sylvan Park/Sylvan Heights The Gulch The Nations Wedgewood Houston West End/Elliston Place 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12 13–14 15–16 17–18 19–20 21–22 23–24 25–26 27–28 29–30 31–32 33–34 35-36 37-38 Live the life you envision. Live Nashville. Updated December 2022
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12 SOUTH

Driving through 12 South, you might think you stumbled upon a quaint small town, but 12 South is just minutes from Downtown Nashville, giving residents the best of both worlds. 12 South is dotted with coffee shops, eccentric boutiques, and a plethora of restaurants offering everything from Mexican to barbecue. and down the sidewalks, you’ll see plenty of couples, groups, strollers and dogs, probably headed to nearby Sevier Park, a perfect outdoor escape right in the neighborhood. Many 12 South residents live in adjacent blocks lined with charming restored homes and newly built homes.

HIGHLIGHTS: Sevier Park, One of the Most Walkable Areas in Nashville, Coffee Shops, Bakeries, Shopping, Restaurants, Dog Friendly

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $715,500 - $3,399,900 | Median: $1,175,000 Condos: $300,000 - $375,000 DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 3 miles ZIP CODE: 37204 12 SOUTH | NASHVILLE

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BELLE MEADE

Belle Meade, an independent city located between Harding and Hillsboro Pike, is one of Nashville’s most affluent and luxurious neighborhoods. Conveniently located just a few miles from downtown, this neighborhood is ideal for commuters. In Belle Meade, you will find a mix of Tudor-style and mid-century modern homes, as well as historic, estate-style homes surrounded by plenty of options for fine dining, country clubs, golf courses, and parks.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Luxury Homes, Cheekwood Estates and Gardens, Warner Park, Belle Meade Plantation, Belle Meade Country Club

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $1,125,000 - $11,350,000 | Median: $2,625,000 Condos: $396,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 7 miles ZIP CODE: 37205

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BELLEVUE

Bellevue, which has rapidly grown over the last few years, offers the convenience of a quick commute to Downtown Nashville as well as countless new businesses, restaurants, and subdivisions, more desirable suburbs of Nashville. There are plenty of housing options for everyone in Bellevue, with a mix of homes built in the late 20th century, as well as affordable new homes, townhouses, and condominiums.

HIGHLIGHTS: Edwin Warner Park, Percy Warner Park, Loveless Cafe, Bellevue Antique Mall, Established Neighborhoods

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $239,500 - $4,250,000 | Median: $550,000 Condos: $119,700 - $700,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 12 miles ZIP CODE: 37221, 37209, 37243

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BERRY HILL

An independent city widely considered a Nashville neighborhood, Berry Hill offers a small-town feel with city convenience. It is known for its thriving music scene, as it is home to many of Nashville’s music publishing and recording studios. There is always something to do in the neighborhood, with its handful of shops, restaurants, its proximity to the Nashville Zoo, and four parks. Many of the living options in Berry Hill are 1940’s era singlefamily homes, intermixed with condominiums and new builds.

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $350,000 - $1,850,000 | Median: $562,500 Condos: $349,000 - $495,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 4 miles ZIP CODE: 37204

HIGHLIGHTS: Recording Studios, Restaurants, Community Atmosphere
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CRIEVE HALL

The peaceful, primarily residential Crieve Hall is located just 15 minutes from Downtown Nashville, and a few minutes away from downtown Brentwood. Here, you will find many 1950’s era homes, including a handful that have been recently renovated with today’s trends. The charming neighborhood is filled with tree-lined streets, while still offering the convenience of stores and restaurants nearby. Additionally, Crieve Hall is home to Radnor State Park, Whitfield Park, and Ellington Agriculture Complex, giving residents plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.

HIGHLIGHTS: Charming neighborhoods with sizable lots, Ranch-style homes, Radnor State Park

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $399,900 - $1,690,000 | Median: $646,312 Condos: N/A

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 8 miles ZIP CODE: 37220, 37211

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DOWNTOWN + SOBRO

Living in the heart of Nashville, you will never be more than a short walk away from some of the city’s best restaurants, shops, and live music offerings. Most of downtown and SoBro living is made up of high-rise apartments and condos that offer sweeping views of the city’s skyline and the convenience of a location central to everything. On the weekends, you can catch a show at the Ryman Auditorium, a Preds game at Bridgestone Arena, or grab a drink and a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants and honky-tonks that will be right outside your front door. You can even take a stroll over the pedestrian bridge for some fresh air and skyline views.

HIGHLIGHTS: Ryman Auditorium, Bridgestone Arena, Honky-Tonks and Live Music, Broadway, Nissan Stadium PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $475,000 - $990,000 | Median: $665,000 Condos: $180,000 - $4,650,000

DOWNTOWN:
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EAST NASHVILLE

Over the last decade, East Nashville has seen extreme revitalization and has become one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Nashville. Located across the Cumberland River from downtown, East Nashville is home to many restaurants of all types of food, hip bars and live music venues, and plenty of boutiques and shops. While there are a few apartment and condo options in East Nashville, the neighborhood is mostly made up of historic single-family homes intermixed with new construction. East Nashville truly offers something for everyone.

HIGHLIGHTS: Historic Homes, Culinary Destination, Dive Bars, Craft Cocktail Joints, Coffee Shops, Vintage Stores, Murals

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $223,000 - $2,250,000 | Median: $600,000 Condos: $215,000 - $2,200,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 2 miles ZIP CODE: 37206, 37216, 37213, 37207

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EDGEHILL/MUSIC ROW/DEMONBREUN

Just south of The Gulch are the Edgehill, Music Row, and Demonbreun areas, centrally located and just minutes away from downtown and Midtown. Bustling, tree-lined streets guide you through the residential streets of Edgehill, which have many bungalow-style homes and four square buildings. You will also find a handful of recording studios and record labels along these streets. Popular restaurants such as Barcelona Wine Bar and nightlife hotspots like Tin Roof call these areas home, so residents will always have somewhere fun to explore on the weekends.

HIGHLIGHTS: Heart of the Nashville’s Entertainment Industry: Recording Studios + Record Labels, Casual Dining, Shopping

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $575,000 - $3,000,000 | Median: $999,000 Condos: $372,500 - $880,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 2 miles ZIP CODE: 37203, 37212 EDGEHILL/MUSIC ROW/DEMONBREUN | NASHVILLE

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GERMANTOWN/SALEMTOWN

Just a few blocks from bustling downtown, you will find the charming and tree-lined neighborhood of Germantown. With a mix of low-rise apartments, duplexes, 3-story townhomes, and historic Victorian homes, Germantown has something to offer everyone. Germantown is home to a handful of restaurants and shops, such as Rolf & Daughters, Cupcake Collection, and the year-round farmer’s market, which includes a food court, a garden center, crafters, and artisans, and plenty of produce from local farms. In the spring and summer, enjoy being within walking distance to the Nashville Sounds Stadium to catch a baseball game.

HIGHLIGHTS: Nashville Sounds Stadium, Nashville’s Farmers Market, The Tennessee State Museum and Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, Highly Walkable, National Register of Historic Places

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $344,000 - $1,530,000 | Median: $904,950 Condos: $320,000 - $1,011,750

DOWNTOWN:
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NOTES: 1 mile ZIP CODE: 37208
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GREEN HILLS

Green Hills, home to The Mall at Green Hills, an abundance of restaurants, and the famous Bluebird Cafe has everything you could ever need right in the neighborhood. One of the more affluent neighborhoods in Nashville, Green Hills offers high-end shopping and close proximity to golf courses, parks, and fine dining. Many of the housing options are newly built, on-trend houses, as well as ranch-style homes and townhomes.

HIGHLIGHTS: Upscale Brands and Boutiques, High-end Shopping (The Mall at Green Hills), Bluebird Cafe, Luxury Homes

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $182,000 - $18,000,000 | Median: $1,363,820 Condos: $169,000 - $1,152,000 DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 5 miles ZIP CODE: 37215

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HILLSBORO VILLAGE

The four-square-block encompassing Hillsboro Village has so much to offer, from restaurants, shopping, and entertainment all within proximity to Belmont and Vanderbilt. Walking up and down 21st Avenue, you will find a handful of boutiques, dining options such as the famed Pancake Pantry, plenty of trendy murals, and entertainment such as the Belcourt Theater. In addition, Hillsboro Village is conveniently just minutes away from downtown.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Pancake Pantry, Belcourt Theater, Walkable, Shopping, Restaurants, Close to Vanderbilt Hospital and University, Close to Belmont University, Murals

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $555,000 - $3,790,000 | Median: $1,225,000 Condos: $300,000 - $1,630,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 2.5 miles ZIP CODE: 37212 HILLSBORO VILLAGE | NASHVILLE

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MIDTOWN

Because of its bustling nightlife scene and proximity to Vanderbilt, Midtown is popular with college students and young adults. Home to popular bars such as Losers, Winners, and Tin Roof, and classic Nashville restaurants like Midtown Cafe, there is always something new to discover - but if you ever run out of options, Midtown is just minutes away from West End, The Gulch, downtown, and more.

HIGHLIGHTS: Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt Hospital, Chef-driven Restaurants, Highly Walkable Area, Multitude of Hotels, Condo Living

PRICE RANGE: Residential Homes: N/A Condos: $205,500 - $2,525,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 2 miles ZIP CODE: 37203

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OAK HILL/FOREST HILLS

Oak Hill, bordering Green Hills on the west and Brentwood on the south, is a small community of about 4,500 residents. Although the city is administered by Metropolitan Nashville, Oak Hill does have its own municipal government. The majority of Radnor Lake State Park is located in Oak Hill, giving its residents plenty of opportunities to enjoy outdoor recreation. Homes in Oak Hill range from post-war era cottages to on-trend new builds in subdivisions.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Radnor Lake State Park, Tennessee Governor’s Mansion

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $650,000 - $6,500,000 | Median: $1,100,000 Condos: N/A DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 6 miles ZIP CODE: 37027, 37204, 37220

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RICHLAND/CHEROKEE PARK

Richland and Cherokee Park are two adjacent neighborhoods situated between West End and Sylvan Park, with easy access to I-440 and downtown. Many of the homes in these neighborhoods are recently renovated bungalows and cottages, and the neighborhood has a friendly, tight-knit community. Residents can also enjoy being minutes away from shops and restaurants in Sylvan Park and West End.

HIGHLIGHTS: Historic Homes, Close Proximity To West End And Downtown, Great Community

PRICE RANGE: Residential Homes: $815,000 - $1,942,000 | Median: $985,000 Condos: N/A DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 3.5 miles ZIP CODE: 37209

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SYLVAN PARK/SYLVAN HEIGHTS

Just a short distance from downtown, Sylvan Park has been on the upswing in recent years and is now a hot spot to live in, with many new houses in the neighborhood intermixed with the historic and charming renovated cottages. Sylvan Park is known for its tight-knit community feel that many residents fall in love with. In addition, there are plenty of outdoor spaces to take advantage of, such as McCabe’s Golf Course and The Greenway. Sylvan Park is home to many popular restaurants such as Edley’s BBQ, Star Bagel, McCabe’s Pub, and proximity to Charlotte Avenue restaurants and shops. Though walkable within itself, Sylvan Park is a quick 15-minute drive to Downtown Nashville. HIGHLIGHTS:

Locally Owned Restaurants, Shops and Bars, McCabe Park, McCabe Golf Course

RANGE: Residential Homes: $535,000 - $2,075,000 | Median: $985,000 Condos: $284,500 - $485,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 4 miles ZIP CODE: 37209 30 SYLVAN
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THE GULCH

Located just south of Downtown Nashville, The Gulch is a trendy neighborhood with plenty of high-rise living options. While The Gulch is walkable to downtown, eating and entertainment options are abundant right in the neighborhood, with both upscale and casual restaurants as well as shops and boutiques. Enjoy breakfast at the famed Biscuit Love, a margarita at Saint Añejo, or catch a Bluegrass show at The Station Inn.

HIGHLIGHTS: Highly Walkable Area, High-rise Living, Boutique Shopping, Variety of Casual and High-end Restaurants, High-end Hotels, Turnip Truck Grocery, Murals

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $1,165,000- $1,165,000| Median: $1,165,000 Condos: $426,000 - $2,425,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 1 mile ZIP CODE: 37203

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THE NATIONS

Nestled in West Nashville, The Nations is one of the city’s most rapidly developing neighborhoods area has had an abundance of bars and restaurants popping up in recent years, giving its residents plenty of new options to explore, and is expected to continue growing in the near future. The two neighborhood parks, England Park and West Park give residents space to spend time in the fresh air. Most people living in The Nations reside in newly-built single-family homes with trendy and modern architecture.

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $261,000 - $1,035,000 | Median: $695,000 Condos: $346,000 - $662,985 DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 5 miles ZIP CODE: 37209

HIGHLIGHTS: Craft Breweries, Convivial Bars, Unique Fast-casual Eateries, Innovative Chef-driven Restaurants, Art Galleries
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WEDGEWOOD-HOUSTON

Wedgewood-Houston, or “WeHo,” is a rapidly growing neighborhood just minutes from Downtown Nashville with an abundance of art galleries, local restaurants, antique stores, and eccentric shops. Many of the businesses are located in revitalized old industrial buildings, which has helped grow the neighborhood rapidly in the last few years. Many residents live in single-family homes, but quite a few apartments and modern townhome options are also available.

HIGHLIGHTS: Art Galleries, New Construction, Trendy Shops and Restaurants, Co-working Space

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $490,000 - $1,012,500 | Median: $780,000 Condos: $326,000 - $730,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 2 miles ZIP CODE: 37203

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WEST END/ELLISTON PLACE

Bordering Music Row and Hillsboro Village is the West End/Elliston Place area. Home to Centennial Park and the Parthenon, there is plenty of outdoor space for residents to enjoy here. West End is the ideal location for someone looking for an all-inclusive city experience, just minutes from Downtown Nashville, Vanderbilt, Midtown, and more. Most of the living options in West End include apartments, condominiums, and a few townhomes.

HIGHLIGHTS:

The Parthenon, Centennial Park, High-end Condo Living, Hotels, Anderson Design Group

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $450,000 - $570,000 | Median: $510,000 Condos: $268,000 - $2,100,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 2 miles ZIP CODE: 37203

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