If your image of Nashville is the Grand Ole Opry and honky tonks, then this is probably the spot you’re envisioning. It’s also the place where you can live in a high-rise condominium or converted historic building and go completely urban.
Germantown is Nashville’s oldest traditional neighborhood. From here you can walk downtown or to the Farmers Market by way of the greenway or Bicentennial Park.
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.
When most people say “East Nashville” this is the neighborhood they are imagining.
East Park is a small neighborhood between Inglewood and Eastwood Neighbors that offers a unique opportunity to affordably live in 37206.