Woodland-WaverlyRunning along 8th Ave is the Historic Woodmont-Waverly Neighborhood. Sidewalks, shops, restaurants and our local comedy club
are all in the area, as well as Victorian, Bungalows and some new construction homes. A little lower in price than the neighboring 12South neighborhood, Woodland-Waverly continues to increase in value because of its proximity and as new businesses move to the area.
Belmont/ Hillsboro VillageLocated just next to Vanderbilt, Hillsboro Village has some great shopping like Fire Finch and Pangea, and restaurants like the Pancake
Pantry and Fido. Fanny Dees Park borders Eakin Elementary and there are sidewalks everywhere. Belmont and the Hillsboro Village neighborhoods are a little more expensive because of these amenities, but there are opportunities to buy homes that still need renovation or buy something that already has been completely re-habbed.
Woodbine/ GencliffLocated close to Nashville, but just a little out side to make it more affordable, Woodbine is a changing neighborhood of many cultures and
generations. Most homes are somewhat modest, there are many being renovated and priced below $200,000. Within driving distance are many great ethnic restaurants, a vibrant community center and close proximity to the highways. Just beyond Woodbine, the Glencliff neighborhood is a little close to the Nashville airport. Lots here tend to be much larger than Woodbine. Many ranch style homes in the area have been renovated and the homes tend to be priced similarly to Woodbine.
Berry HillBerry Hill is a super convenient neighborhood to 100 Oaks shopping, Vanderbilt Medical Annex and many smaller shops that run
through the heart of Berry Hill. What differentiates Berry Hill from many neighborhoods in Nashville, is that most of this neighborhood is zoned commercial. So many small homes are also offices, shops and recording studios. Because of this special zoning, homes tend to be sold at a higher price per foot in Berry Hill.
RichlandThe historic Richland neighborhood consists of grand homes with sidewalks. Along the West End corridor towards downtown, Richland
neighbors have a great annual yard sale and home tour. Close to many hospitals and universities,homes in Richland tend to be on the higher end of the price range for Nashville.
West EndIn the West End neighborhood there are many condo options. From newer construction townhomes and high rises to older condos
from the 1950′s and 60′s. Within this neighborhood there are many shopping options including large grocery stores, a Target store and smaller boutiques and shops.
Sylvan ParkSylvan Park is a diverse neighborhood with smaller homes, although there has been a surge of new construction in this area. Homes can
range between $250,000-$550,000. There is a great little shopping area with a few good restaurants, produce store and bagel store. Adjacent to this is a new community center, golf course and fabulous greenway for walking.
Belle MeadeBelle Meade is probably the premier neighborhood in Nashville. Large homes line the streets. The Belle Meade Country Club boasts
a large golf course and swim club. Belle Meade Blvd. is a large tree lined street that leads to Warner Park and Cheekwood, Nashville’s lovely botanical garden. Homes in Belle Meade run into the millions of dollars.
West Meade/ HillwoodBordering Belle Meade is West Meade and Hillwood. There are an abundance of ranch homes with large lots,an acre or more. Recently
there have been a lot of tear downs in the area and larger homes are being built. Prices range from $300,000 to over a million for the newer homes.
Green HillsThis neighborhood boast many shopping destination, including, Trader Joe’s,The Green Hills Mall with Tiffany’s, Nordstrom’s
and many other fine stores and the Hill Center with Whole Foods, Anthropologie and smaller boutiques and restaurants. The area is becoming more pedestrian friendly and is always a favorite place to live. Modest to high end homes are in Green Hills along with a few gated subdivisions and some condo complexes. Residents enjoy having the library, shopping and a large YMCA in their backyard.
East NashvilleBecoming THE destination in Nashville for restaurants and bars, East Nashville is a thriving area for new business. Crossing the
Cumberland River from downtown, there are a few sections that comprise East Nashville. Lockeland Springs, East End and Five Points have many of the new restaurants, coffee houses and boutiques. Victorians and bungalows line the streets, as well as sidewalks. Inglewood and Brush Hill are a bit farther out, but the homes tend to have larger yards and more space. There is a lot of new construction in East Nashville and homes tend to be a little less expensive than on the other side of the river.