Last March was rough. It started off with a major tornado through Middle Tennessee overnight on March 2nd into the early morning of March 3rd. Twenty five people died and over 300 were injured. My block in East Nashville narrowly missed it but it left a huge path of destruction.
Riverside is not a neighborhood but a street. However, it is emerging as its own location. It goes from Shelby Park through all of East Nashville, and has a grassy median and bike lane much of the way.
Inglewood used to be a town separate from Nashville but it was incorporated and became a neighborhood. It’s more of a historic suburb than a historic neighborhood in Nashville’s urban core.
If you’re a Dwell fan, then you have to see the renovated modern takes on the classic ranch that people are undertaking in Rosebank.
Centrally located along Eastland Avenue but easily missed, Rolling Acres offers a great location at an affordable price.
If you want a ranch (or rambler if you’re from Minnesota), then this is the urban spot you’ll love. The Shelby Bottoms Greenway, bike paths, and Shelby Park, are in your backyard.
On the border of Shelby Park, community garden, dog park, golf course, ball fields, and the Shelby Bottoms Nature Center and Greenway, Boscobel Heights offers quite a bit to anyone who likes to do things outside.
Located just north of Lockeland Springs, Eastwood Neighbors is a neighborhood in East Nashville that has significant appreciation and many renovations over the last five years.
Historic East End began as a suburb of Edgefield in 1876. It has many beautifully restored historic homes.
Grand historic homes are the norm in Edgefield, and there are more affordable smaller homes, too.