Our Favorite Neighborhoods
Waverly-Belmont, along with Belmont-Hillsboro, sits between the Hillsboro Village and 12South neighborhoods and is home to Belmont University. In addition to historic homes, there are many townhome and condo developments throughout the neighborhood. If you're looking for a grand historic home in a traditional small town setting, this is a neighborhood worth visiting.
Midtown is an area between Hillsboro Village and Downtown that includes Music Row, Edgehill Village, and Vanderbilt University. While some neighborhoods in Midtown have single family residences, it predominantly consists of condominiums and commercial property including offices, restaurants, and Vanderbilt Medical Center.
West Meade is one of Nashville's mid-century suburbs consisting of 1950s ranch homes on large lots located west of Harding Road/West End Avenue. It is perfect for buyers looking for a home that is close town while also having a country feel.
The residential side of Green Hills is comprised mostly of charming older (and some newer) homes on secluded, stately lots, as well as many ranch-style homes and cottages near Lipscomb University. The retail side of Green Hills includes the Green Hills Mall and the Hill Center, both of which feature upscale chain stores selling clothing, jewelry and other gifts and accessories.
Tree-lined streets, sidewalks, and early 20th century homes such as Bungalows, Cottages, and Four Squares define West End as such a charming neighborhood that it has been used for countless movie and TV sets over the years. West End includes mini-neighborhoods such as Richland-West End, Cherokee Park and Whitland.