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There’s always been something special about Nashville. Maybe it’s the fact that Southern hospitality is alive and well here; perhaps it’s the low cost of living and high quality of life.
Whatever it is that you find special about Nashville, you’re not alone. More than 600,000 people call this gorgeous city home. Music City is the hub for many multi-national companies, including Country Music Television, Gibson Guitars and Cokesbury, and it’s packed with rich American history as well. Whether you are searching for a condominium in a high-rise building or you’re searching for new construction in a newly developed neighborhood, you will find it in Nashville.
People know Nashville for its low cost of living, its friendly people, and its reputation as the country music capital of the world. What people who don’t live here may not know, though, is that each of the neighborhoods has its own personality.
The cozy community of Belle Meade has its own police force, mayor and city hall, but it’s still a wonderful part of Nashville. Celebrities make their homes in this historically rich area, which is where the famous Belle Meade Plantation is located, and it’s as beautiful as its name implies. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in Belle Meade
Belmont is a great place for a leisurely stroll, a power walk or anything in-between. Quaint, tree-lined streets with trendy restaurants, cafés and a busy nightlife combine to make this eclectic neighborhood a wonderful place to live. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in Belmont
Surrounded by beautiful rolling hills and filled with remarkable connections to history, Crieve Hall is a well-equipped community that features several restaurants, boutique shops and so much more. With many parks, walkways and trails, this is the ideal place for many people. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in Crieve Hall
East Nashville is a quaint, picturesque neighborhood where most of the homes were constructed in the early 1900s. There’s ample new construction, too, which means this beautiful community has something for everyone, whether you’re looking for a cozy one-bedroom or a roomy 5-bedroom home. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in East Nashville
A beautiful community nestled in Davidson County, at the border of Williamson County, Forest Hills is surrounded by steep, wooded hills, and when you’re here, it feels like you’re a world away from downtown Nashville. This area comprises roomy homes on spacious lots. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in Forest Hills
As one of Tennessee’s many spots listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Germantown is overflowing with gorgeous Victorian homes. It’s also a city arboretum, named by the Nashville Tree Foundation, and its natural beauty is interspersed with quaint restaurants, shops and so much more. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in Germantown
Green Hills, just south of downtown Nashville, is extremely close to Vanderbilt, Belmont and Lipscomb Universities. One of the area’s premier shopping destinations, The Mall at Green Hills, is located here. With plenty of retail shops, restaurants and beautiful properties, this neighborhood might be just right for you. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in Green Hills
Right between Music Row and downtown, The Gulch is an epicenter of urban development and redevelopment. This trendy, modern area has direct access to downtown on I-24 and I-65, as well as transit connections that make getting around easy. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in The Gulch
The community surrounding David Lipscomb University is tranquil, friendly and beautiful. Mature trees line the streets, and the real estate here comprises single-story and two-story homes, mid-century ranch-style homes, and ample green space. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in Woodmont / Lipscomb
Busy and vibrant, Midtown Nashville features easy access to everything Music City has to offer. With beautiful homes connected to Nashville’s early history, this eclectic neighborhood is modern, trendy and always filled with friendly people. Click Here to Search all Lofts for Sale in Midtown
The Tennessee Governor’s Mansion is located in Oak Hill, a picturesque enclave in the southern part of Nashville. With its own municipal government and beautifully established neighborhoods, this community features gorgeous homes that you have to see to believe. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in Oak Hill
Otter Creek Hills has a spectacular selection of homes. This neighborly, friendly enclave overlaps into a breathtakingly beautiful 1,200-acre nature preserve, complete with walking trails, wildlife and so much more. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in Otter Creek Hills
West Meade is a popular neighborhood with large, spacious brick homes situated on one-acre (or larger) lots. With spectacular shade thanks to the mature trees, this community is a great place to enjoy the fresh Middle Tennessee breezes within close proximity to downtown Nashville. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in West Meade
With beautiful detached homes and meticulously maintained green space, West Nashville is a wonderful place to live. Because this community is located at the junction of Briley Parkway and I-40, it’s easy to get anywhere you need to be. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in West Nashville
With beautiful, established homes located on the south side of Nashville, Whispering Hills is filled with green space and as much natural beauty as you can handle. This friendly neighborhood features homes all over the size spectrum. Click Here to Search all Homes for Sale in Whispering Hills
Nashville is served by the Nashville-Davidson County School District. Unlike many places in Tennessee, some parents can send their children to one of the area’s charter schools or enhanced option schools.
There are 68 elementary schools, 42 middle schools and 24 high schools located in Nashville. In addition to these public schools, there are several private institutions for children, including those with religious curriculum and those with secular curriculum.
Adults who wish to pursue further education can attend any of Nashville’s more than 20 colleges and universities.
Whether you’re the type to enjoy one of Nashville’s 22 public libraries, you love a good stroll on miles of wide-open walking trails, or you’re an avid Sounds, Titans or Predators fan, there’s something for you in Nashville.
We have five-star restaurants, spectacular shopping destinations, and the most vibrant nightlife in the entire state (and possibly even the country). Dozens of country’s hottest stars started in the bars, pubs and clubs around town, so you never know who you might see when you’re out and about in Nashville.
The city of Nashville dedicates more than 12,000 acres to green space. There are 108 parks in the city, including a handful of Bark Parks for your four-legged family members. You’ll find community pools, tennis and basketball courts, and even skate parks in this well-rounded city.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority operates within Nashville, making it easy to get from Point A to Point B while you’re downtown.
Drivers don’t have far to commute from Nashville to:
When you’re ready to find the perfect home in Nashville, the Tenpenny Team can help. We’re completely committed to your satisfaction, and we look forward to making your experience a pleasant one.