Nashville’s exponential growth over the last few years has made Music City a popular tourist destination and an even greater place to call home. To help you navigate the changing, and at times confusing, layout of new Nashville, we decided to create a resource on the distinctive neighborhoods that give this city its charm. This blog will be updated with bimonthly posts containing lengthier descriptions of each individual neighborhood—highlighting the dining, shopping and housing options in each area.
Downtown is home to world famous Lower Broadway. Lined with high-rises, restaurants, shops and staple Honky-Tonks (like Tootsies or The Stage), Lower Broadway is an attraction for country fanatics, business people and tourists alike. Similar to the rest of Nashville, the downtown area continues to see rapid and large-scale growth. With high-rise living options such as the Encore and the Viridian in the heart of Nashville, the promise of life in the center of it all draws a vast array of people Downtown. See Properties Here
2. Hillsboro Village/Belmont:
Hillsboro Village has recently undergone some fresh development, but much of Hillsboro Village’s allure is due to its rustic landmarks like The Belcourt Theater, Bookman Bookwoman and coffee shop/eatery Fido. It is a quaint yet incredible area of Nashville that is a must-see for both visitors and locals. With great restaurants and nearby Dragon Park, as well as its convenient proximity to the interstate, this neighborhood is certainly an ideal (but expensive) place to live. Green Hills, Belmont Blvd and neighboring Vanderbilt are all very close to this small and vibrant borough of Nashville. See Properties Here
Germantown is a fun, historic and charming area of Nashville. The interest in Germantown skyrocketed several years ago when the untapped potential and incredible downtown views captured the attention of all. Prices and popularity are steadily rising in this highly desirable area. From Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, to quaint local storefronts, to the brand new Nashville Sounds Minor League Baseball Stadium, to the Farmer’s Market and incredible eateries such as Rolf & Daughters and City House, this area has a multitude of great offerings within walking distance. One of the oldest boroughs in Nashville, Germantown’s historic charm is a huge plus that has made it a magnet for home flippers and developers. You can find great single-family homes as well as newly-built and renovated townhouses and condominiums in the area. See Properties Here
4. Sylvan Park:
Sylvan Park is another Nashville neighborhood that has experienced a popularity boost, with its first million-dollar residential listing hitting the market just recently. The Greenway, which is a 3-mile trail looping around the McCabe golf course, is a big draw for neighborhood walking, biking and running junkies. True to most Nashville neighborhoods, Sylvan Park is home to a handful of delicious eateries,