Historic East End began as a suburb of Edgefield in 1876. It has many beautifully restored historic homes. The famous Tomato Fest is held there, and it is on the border with Five Points, the hub of East Nashville’s commercial activity. It is often called by the names of its neighbors, Lockeland Springs and Historic Edgefield so don’t be confused if you hear it called something else. If you’re not sure, just call it all East Nashville.
Here is a link to Kate’s entire map of East Nashville and Inglewood where you can see the boundaries of East End. Kate’s Take on East Nashville and Inglewood