A lot of style is packed into this East Nashville home! This home was originally built in 1955 and underwent a complete remodel in 2012! The original hardwoods were refinished, a new roof and new siding added, tile work, granite counters and so much more.
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Step in the front door and you enter into a living room that connects to the kitchen via an eat at bar with a pass through window. The living room is the perfect size for conversation and fun with friends and family.
The kitchen has beautiful dark wood cabinets and granite countertops. There are multiple work spaces and you will welcome friends into this cheerful space as you entertain. As a gorgeous decorative touch the side-door is a captivating blue.
The home has three bedrooms and one bath. Each bedroom has hardwoods and multiple windows to showcase the beautiful craftsmanship in the remodel.
The entire home has been touched by someone who knows design. The choices showcase how much this home truly has to offer the next owner. Bedrooms can function as true bedrooms, an office or an extra living space. What a wonderful home!
The home is situated perfectly on the lot to allow for a spacious backyard for relaxing. Lush green grass and the shade from mature trees will make your back yard the envy of all of your friends.
And the neighborhood – East Nashville puts you in a very desirable location. Walk to local favorite eateries and shops including Jeni’s Ice Creams, Eastland Café, Portland Brew and many more.
East Nashville is among the 10 best neighborhoods to visit that tourists have not yet discovered, USA Today reports. They compiled the list of 10 neighborhoods for travelers who want to “live like a local” when visiting major metro areas throughout the U.S.
Check out their praises of this great Nashville neighborhood!
East Nashville: Great eats, vintage finds
East Nashville is a breath of fresh alternative air to the crowds of downtown and upscale shopping district Green Hills. East Nashville is where urban pioneers are headed now, and its abundance of quirky shops and excellent restaurants, along with a few nightlife venues, make it well worth investigating.
The 5 Points District – Woodland St. at N 11th St. – is ‘vintage central.’ Alegria, Moss, Hello Boys, and Goodbuy Girls (major cowboy boots alert!) will have you making tough decisions or blowing through wads of cash. If Music City has you dreaming up your own stage name, pop in to Fanny’s House of Music for vintage instruments and dressing room garb.
Foodies eat dessert first at Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, where modern décor is as cool as the cones. Silly Goose (creative sandwiches), Wild Cow (vegetarian), Mas Tacos Por Favor and The Eastland Café are all worth consideration. Marché Artisan Foods and Lockeland Table (a James Beard Foundation nominee) are two of the reasons The New York Times says Nashville is giving Atlanta a run for ‘food capital of the south.’ Head upstairs at Marché to network at community tables.
Live music venues channel local talent, and East Nashville doesn’t disappoint. The 5 Spot keeps it going all week long, while 3 Crow Bar also offers darts, TV, trivia and a beer garden.
Stephanie Lloyd, Marketing Director, The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty
The Nashville food scene is ever-changing and we always have new restaurants that become the talk of the town in an instant – Lockeland Table in East Nashville is one of them.
Lockeland Table opened in August 2012 and has been the talk of the town ever since. I finally tried it last week with a friend visiting Nashville from Birmingham and we both loved it.
My first recommendation? Make a reservation. This restaurant is very quaint (aka small) so I can’t imagine the wait without reservations. When I called, they asked if we were willing to sit at the pizza bar as that is all that remained available for the evening. We said yes and had a great time watching them prepare many pizzas and other small dishes in the wood-burning oven.
Everything on the menu sounded great and we really had a hard time making a decision on what to order. We asked the waitress for her recommendations and she confirmed that the best-sellers included all of the dishes we were debating. In the end, we ordered the baked oyster appetizer (baked in the wood oven), then split a salad and two different types of pizza: The Pig and the Special.
Both pizzas were so good that we knew instantly there would not be any leftovers… The Pig featured sausage, pepperoni, pancetta, and ham – it was a meat lover’s delight. The Special pizza featured sausage and diced peaches and was absolutely amazing!
We enjoyed wine with our pizzas but many friends have recommended the cocktails from the bar at Lockeland Table. Another friend swears that their chocolate pot de creme is a magnificent dessert, but after polishing off both pizzas we were too full to even try it.
I would recommend Lockeland Table to anyone! It could be perfect for a date night, their large table with unique seats next to the bar could host a fun crowd, and the cozy/casual feel of the restaurant is warm and inviting!
We often write about where to live in Nashville – it’s an easy topic because each area is unique and they all have their own amenities.
East Nashville is an area east of downtown Nashville bound by the Cumberland River, I-24/65, and Briley Parkway. The area is mostly residential and mixed-use areas with businesses lining the main boulevards. The main thoroughfare is Gallatin Avenue and Ellington Parkway with smaller arteries interconnecting the neighborhoods.
East Nashville is an area of creative and artistic flair. It has a trendy progressive atmosphere and after ten plus years of a slow and steady rise, the neighborhood has managed to keep its eclectic, artsy vibe while welcoming a diverse mix of newcomers. There are many coffee shops and art galleries interwoven within the neighborhoods making it a bikers’ or walkers’ paradise. The culinary scene is home to some of the most-talked about restaurants, breweries, and bars. In fact, The New York Times featured some of the best from the food scene in this article.
Residents of East Nashville enjoy the small-town feel inside our growing metro area. Beautiful historic homes combined with tree-lined streets and sidewalks blend with new developments of condominiums and lofts. The front porch culture has developed a tight-knit and proud community of residents that lend their time and talents to preserving the authentic character of East Nashville.
Now that Labor Day Weekend, the unofficial end of summer, has passed many Americans are preparing for fall temperatures, football season, and festivals galore! Nashville is such a great city with plenty of things to do and see throughout the fall. It seems like there is a great festival in Greater Nashville just about every weekend!
fEASTival is a concept that will bring together ground-breaking national musicians and artists and combine them with Nashville’s most respected local musicians, artists and restaurants. It occurs once a year in East Nashville and combines the community’s food, music, art and fashion for a day of enjoyment and fun.
A free community event along Main Street, featuring an Antique Appraisal Show presented by the Goodlettsville Antique Dealers, the 100 for 100 Art Show & Sale presented by Artists on Main and a Goodlettsville Food Court with samples from local restaurants and caterers presented by the Goodlettsville Chamber of Commerce. Sure to be a fun day for the whole family with live music, the Goodlettsville Farmers Market, and local vendors!
Attention all Foodies and Food Truck followers!! Lenox Village area businesses are sponsoring this event to support Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee’s Hunger Action Month. Collection boxes will be available for donations of unexpired and non-perishable food items.
With fifteen food trucks committed to attending, this will be one of, if not THE, largest event of this type in Middle Tennessee. Live music will be provided by The Buzz Band with special guests: Three Simple Rules and Akoustyk Fyre. The Festival will be held on Lenox Village Drive, from the entrance to the parking deck to the pavilion with parking at Oasis Church.
Don’t miss this wonderful evening of great music and delicious food provided by Biscuit Love Truck, Deg Thai, Dixie Bell Cupcakes, Grilled Cheeserie, Hit and Miss Ice Cream, Hoss Loaded Burgers, Hot Diggity Dog Cart, Hot Spot, Jonbalaya, Mean Green Ice Cream Machine, Puckett’s Trolley, Retro Sno, Sum Yum Yum, Terra Delicious, and Yayo’s OMG.
Dance Theatre of Tennessee in partnership with the Metropolitan Nashville Parks and Recreation present the 1st annual “Ballet at the Park” concert series. Opening the program is “Ecole de Ballet”, a perfect introduction to the world of ballet. Dance Theatre of Tennessee gives the audience an inside glimpse into the world of ballet dancers, their training and journey from a young student to a professional. Each performance starts at 7:30pm at Centennial Park Bandshell. Dance Theatre of Tennessee will present the one-act ballet “Carmen”.
Stephanie Lloyd, Marketing Director, The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty
Pied Piper Eatery located in East Nashville is awesome. The food, along with the customer service is stellar!
My favorite dish is the Jerry Garcia Frito Pie – a generous helping of Fritos topped with their made-from-scratch chili, lettuce, diced tomatoes, chopped white onion, jalapenos, cheddar cheese, and sour cream. De-lish!
My first visit was during the winter of last year, and having their fabulous chili…well it just warmed me right up! On a healthier note, I’ve had the veggie burgers numerous times and they are one of the best in Nashville.
The atmosphere is real chill and the staff is attentive with a laid-back attitude – perfect when you’ve had a stress day. If you’re looking to relax, enjoy some great home cooked food, come out to the Pied Piper – you won’t be disappointed!