One thing residents love about Nashville is that there is some place for everyone. Whether you are a young professional or a retiree, raising a family or living the single life, there is a neighborhood that is ideal for your lifestyle. Take a look at some popular areas that are attracting new residents from all walks of life.
Location: South Nashville (below Interstate 440), east of Belle Meade and west of Oak Hill
Why Nashville loves it: Green Hills is a large community that feels like part city, part suburbia. You can live, work and play here without leaving its boundaries.
Things to Do: Shop at the upscale Mall at Green Hills; grab a drink at The Crowe’s Nest; catch an up-and-coming songwriter at the infamous Bluebird Café; or play tennis at the YMCA.
Real Estate Options: Established mid-century homes that sit on larger lots; some new construction and condos
8th Avenue South
Location: South of The Gulch and north of Melrose, along Interstate 65
Why Nashville loves it: A neighborhood currently on the rise, 8th Avenue South is home to some of Nashville’s favorite restaurants and shops. In recent years, it has become a residential neighborhood, as well. Its transformation over the last decade is unbelievable.
Things to Do: Shop at some of Nashville’s favorite antique shops; see a star comedian perform at Zanies Comedy Night Club; enjoy a Thai meal at The Smiling Elephant.
Real Estate Options: Mostly condos and townhomes. Developers have their eyes set on the area because of its recent growth, so be on the lookout for new residential opportunities in the future.
Location: Situated between Rosa Parks Boulevard and the Cumberland River, just north of the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
Why Nashville loves it: One of Nashville’s oldest and most community-oriented neighborhoods, Germantown is eclectic and cozy with a green park-like atmosphere.
Things to Do: Walk to favorite boutiques and cafes; take part in the annual Nashville Oktoberfest; and grab local produce from the Nashville Farmers’ Market.
Real Estate Options: Nice blend of newer condos, townhomes and historic single-family homes
Location: Just south of Broadway and northeast of Interstates 65 and 40
Why Nashville loves it: One of the hippest neighborhoods in town, The Gulch happens to be the first LEED certified Green Neighborhood in the South. Extremely walkable, professionals love it because of its proximity to both work and play.
Things to Do: Enjoy a cup of coffee at a local cafe; listen to live music at a local club; visit Music Row next door; or take in a bluegrass show at the historic Station Inn.
Real Estate Options: Mostly high-rise condos with ample amenities, all of which are just a few steps away from shopping, dining and entertainment
To learn more about the real estate in these neighborhoods, contact RE/MAX Homes and Estates at 615.463.3333.
Renovated with paint, hardwood floors, rec room, basement for storage, and amazing two story entrance; this prestigious gated home off of West End is an entertainer’s dream. Four bedrooms, three full baths, one half bath.
Please click on the image of 325 Whitworth Way in West End for more information and additional images.
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2002 Richard Jones Road, Suite C-104
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Since Nashville is digging out of the blizzard of 2016, we thought it might be fun to think about anything but snow. There are so many Nashville mansions with swimming pools! While you await warmer weather, rising temperatures and those precious signs of spring, take a moment to dream about the warmth of other seasons by the pool, and in incredible homes. This blog post from RE/MAX Homes and Estates presents million dollar homes for sale in Nashville. All of these homes over $1 million have incredible interior features and at least one exterior feature in common: a swimming pool.
If it might seem that winter will never end, keep in mind that Nashville enjoys four beautiful seasons….and one of them is named SUMMER! In fact, the average high temperature in Nashville during the month of June is only 86 degrees (see all the weather averages for Nashville by clicking here).
A peaceful swimming pool in the warm glow of the lights from inside 7380 Cumberland Drive. Click on the image for more pictures and information on our website.
This intricately designed custom estate, located at 7380 Cumberland Drive, is unsurpassed in its level of craftsmanship and quality located within 10 miles of Nashville, TN. Click on the image to see more photos.
789 Elysian Fields Road – Nashville, TN
We selected this photo of the pool area at 789 Elysian Fields Road in Nashville to make sure the view could see the lovely outdoor living space directly off the home, and then the dramatic transition to the pool above. Please click the image for more information and additional photos.
789 Elysian Fields Road in Nashville is a new home with all the modern amenities, including a beautiful pool.
4606 Shores Road – Murfreesboro, TN
A lovely pool has an even lovelier view in this home for sale in Murfreesboro, located at 4606 Shores Road. Click on the image for more information and additional pictures.
Sitting on 15 acres with over 5,926 of square feet, this mansion in Murfreesboro is a delight to every member of the family, especially those who enjoy a swim now and then.
933 Forest Acres Court – Nashville, TN
The outdoor space at the home for sale at 933 Forest Acres Court is very impressive. The careful plan features a pool, koi pond, waterfall, fire pit, spacious patio and large, wrap around deck.
933 Forest Acres Court in Nashville is chic inside as it is outside by the pool. All set in a natural surroundings, this home is truly an oasis.
The dynamic Nashville residential real estate market produced some incredible home sales in 2015. Our new video features the top five homes sold in 2015 in Davidson County (Nashville), Williamson County (Brentwood and Franklin), and the top five most expensive condos sold in Nashville.
Interested in finding out the most expensive areas in Nashville to buy a home?
Even though we are a couple of weeks away from the official start of winter, many Nashvillians are ready to snuggle up by the fire! We have selected these four homes in the Nashville area to entice you into dreaming about the warmth and delight a fireplace can bring to a room. Some people light fires for the warmth, some for tradition, some for the light, and others just because there is something special about a crackling fire on a cool evening.
Architectural Details Highlighted in Stone Cast Fireplace in Franklin
A commanding stone-cast fireplace surround is an eye-catching centerpiece in this exceptional Franklin TN home. Click on the image for more photos and additional information about this home offered for sale by RE/MAX Homes and Estates.
Traditional Bungalow with Contemporary Flair and Fireplaces in Sylvan Park
This traditional bungalow in Sylvan Park has a decidedly contemporary flair inside. The living room is a key display of modern design with its sleek fireplace. There’s a more traditional fireplace in the dining room as well. Click on the image for more photos and additional information about this home offered for sale by RE/MAX Homes and Estates.
Historic Home in Fayetteville with Multiple Fireplaces Throughout
Historic Chilcoat-West Home in Fayetteville TN was erected in 1850, so it should come as no surprise that the home has many fireplaces, even a glamorous one in the master bathroom. Click on the image for more photos and additional information about this home offered for sale by RE/MAX Homes and Estates.
Downtown Nashville Penthouse with Two Fireplaces on the 14th Floor
One of two gas fireplaces is found in the master suite on the second floor of the penthouse in the Phoenix. Click on the image for more photos and additional information about this home offered for sale by RE/MAX Homes and Estates.
Welcome to your new home atop High Point Ridge Road in Franklin TN.
This beautiful 4 bedroom home was constructed by the homeowner in 1995 and is just as beautiful today.
The great room of the home has a formal but comfortable feel to it. Enhanced by the gas fireplace and views of the rear of the property, this room is the focal point of the home.
In addition, the views from your patio in the rear of the home are breathtaking and rare. The property line goes over the top of the hill and there is an abundance of deer, turkey and other wildlife which frequent this peaceful property.