Nashville Neighborhoods

New to Nashville? Still learning the difference between East Nashville, The Gulch, Cool Springs & Midtown? Here’s a quick overview to help you find the best areas to consider buying a new home that fits your needs. Downtown Nashville “Ask any downtown resident what the advantages of urban living are – and you get as many different answers as there are residents! But there is a common theme – people enjoy being where the action is. Downtown living offers easy access to exciting sports and entertainment venues…over 175 restaurants within easy walking distance of home…and great skyline views. Plus, if you live and work downtown, a five-minute walk may replace your daily commute.” From Nashville Downtown Partnership.com East Nashville “Broadly speaking it’s all of Nashville east of Downtown bound by the Cumberland River, I-24/65, and Briley Parkway. (This definition is frequently used by newscasters in reference to crime, and real estate agents borrowing the ‘East Nashville’ buzz) Narrowly speaking, it can mean just the east side of Gallitan Rd south of Douglas (Edgefield, Lockeland Springs, East End, Eastwood Neighbors and Shelby Hills neighborhood).” – from East-Nashville.com What’s so great about East Nashville? Its diversity and its liveability. Walkable, bikeable Front porch culture Urban and green Small town feel inside a big city Cost of living View East Nashville Neighborhoods in a larger map Green Hills Green Hills is one...

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