Home to some especially historical venues and near Elliston Place is West End. Check out great dining, a full scale Parthenon in one of Nashville’s most beautiful parks and other interesting attractions.
Another of Nashville’s historic Districts with an industrial history, originally home to the public railroad terminal. More than 100 trains made their way to and from here from the turn of the century. Now a hot spot for young townspeople, The Gulch has distilled the industrial with the contemporary. Disused storage houses have been converted into residential and commercial space, and fine dining and exciting nightlife have made The Gulch a hot spot for culture and entertainment.
Southwest of downtown Nashville is the quiet, picturesque Sylvan Park neighborhood, a quaint setting where homes and businesses coexist in an eclectic array of styles and offerings.
This vibrant neighborhood, located across Broadway and Division Street, is the place for a multitude of bars, restaurants, and hotels that comprise the exciting Nashville night life.
Pair some of the finest homes with plenty of attractions for a night out and you have a wonderful place to call home.
Germantown is a historic neighborhood named after the influx of German immigrants in the nineteenth-century. It was also Nashville’s first suburb. Germantown is one of Nashville’s most varied architecturally, with many Victorian style structures. The Nashville Tree Foundation designated it as a city Arboretum with more than a hundred species of trees there. In 1979 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Germantown is now being restored.
A commixture of historic and modern, Franklin holds something for everyone. Under 20 miles from Nashville, you’ll find a Pax Americana of Southern charm. This 16-block National Register district has won awards for its diverse shops; everything from gifts, books, antiques, galleries, salons and residences live together here providing an unparalleled experience for the senses.
Eighth Avenue / Melrose
A collector’s dream come true, antique shops line both sides of the street. The monthly auction in the center of the neighborhood opens its doors for a night of auctioning at high speed to a packed house.
East Nashville has fused the historic with the hip and provides a place for young and old urbanites alike. The nonchalance of the neighborhood belies a quaintness that cannot be found elsewhere. Budget Travel Magazine calls Historic East Nashville “Nashville’s version of New York’s East Village.” Beckoning to young musical and visual artists, East Nashville’s patrons and local hangouts are home to a kindred body of musicians, painters and songwriters.
Brentwood hosts prime shopping, fun parks and luxuriant hotels. Experience Southern hospitality here.
South of the Eighth Avenue South district lies Berry Hill. With a constituency of more than four hundred businesses and forty recording studios and music publishers, this colorful, musical neighborhood and boutique shops allows residents and visitors to experience an extensive blend of sights and sounds.
Nestled near Vanderbilt and Belmont Universities, Hillsboro Village is home to a plethora of shopping options and sensational restaurants. A four-block radius set up like a small, rural village; this picturesque neighborhood is a well-spring to the community by attracting a younger set who are looking for homes and work.
A patchwork of some of the most desirable homes in Nashville, Belle Meade is actually an independent city. Residents here pay taxes to both Nashville as well as the city of Belle Meade. Belle Meade streets have their own signage, its own police force, its own city hall and its own mayor. The 3.1-square-mile city takes its name from Belle Meade Plantation, royalty of the southern plantations.
A hot, up and coming Nashville neighborhood, 12 South is the destination to live, dine, drink, dance, and interact. sophisticated shops, historic homes, quaint cafes, and a variety of food options are within short walking distance, making 12 South a one stop for all things as well as a vibrant place to live.