Guides

    • Hermitage

      One of Nashville’s most historic sections, Hermitage is named for President Andrew Jackson’s Tennessee estate. Houses in these parts rival Jackson’s mansion, with sizable homes on expansive lots making up…

    • Smyrna

      This fast-growing town 20 miles from Nashville is best known for its low property tax rate and scenic views near area greenways and Percy Priest Lake. In 2017, Money magazine named…

    • Bellevue

      Less than a 20-minute drive southwest of Nashville’s city center, Bellevue is best known for its affordable ranch-style homes, apartments and condo complexes, all within city limits. Bellevue has easy…

    • Antioch

      Conveniently located 15 minutes from downtown Nashville on I-24 East, Antioch is an ideal suburban community for families and individuals wishing to live within city limits. Antioch has the perfect…

    • West Meade/Hillwood

      About 10 miles west of downtown Nashville, you’ll come across this charming neighborhood. Home to Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and near Edwin Warner Park and the Belle Meade Plantation, there are…

    • Franklin

      Consistently voted one of the best places to live in America by Money magazine, Franklin truly lives up to its reputation. From charming, historic downtown Franklin to Cool Springs’ business…

    • 12South

      12 South has become one of Nashville’s hottest neighborhoods, especially among young professionals and families. Centrally located and flanked by the popular Melrose and Belmont sections, 12 South is surrounded…

    • Belle Meade

      Belle Meade is a small, independent city located along the southwest corner of Nashville.  Bordering Nashville’s largest city park space, Percy Warner Park, its idyllic landscape exemplifies what its name…

    • Downtown Nashville

      The site of such attractions as the state capital, Bridgestone arena (Go Preds!), and several blocks of crowded honky tonks along the famed Lower Broadway, downtown Nashville is a heavily-populated…

    • Germantown

      Germantown is one of Nashville’s most sought-after neighborhoods. Once an underdeveloped area, booming Germantown now boasts the area’s hottest restaurants and businesses. Walkability enhances its appeal. Most residents bike or…

    • Green Hills

      Green Hills, nestled in one of Nashville’s highest-end zip codes, is in the center of Nashville’s largest commercial district. Home to the Mall of Green Hills and the open air…

    • The Gulch

      One of Nashville’s first urban gentrification efforts, the Gulch has blossomed into a neighborhood of upscale condos, trendy restaurants, and swanky hotels.  A LEED certified community, it attracts locals and…

    • Oak Hill

      Tucked away, just minutes south of Nashville, is prestigious Oak Hill,  known for its gorgeous, sizable homes and immaculate, sprawling, shaded yards. Homes in this neighborhood come at a premium…

    • East Nashville

      When Rolling Stone magazine calls a place “Nashville’s hippest neighborhood,” you know it must be special. East Nashville has become one of the city’s most popular communities for newcomers and…

    • Forest Hills

      Nestled along the southwest border of Davidson County, the upscale, rolling green suburb of Forest Hills is strictly residential, containing absolutely no commercial development whatsoever.  Flanked by some of Nashville’s…

    • Charlotte Park

      The next neighborhood in line on the Charlotte Avenue corridor, past Sylvan Park and adjacent to the sprawling estates of Hillwood, Charlotte Park is teeming with renewed energy.  New construction…

    • Gallatin

      The seat of Sumner County, Gallatin maintains a large presence in spite of its relatively small population.  Several international companies are headquartered in the 22 square mile town, keeping the…

    • Columbia

      An hours drive south of Nashville lies the Columbia, a town steeped in southern history and regular public events reminiscent of days gone by, it’s no surprise Southern Living awarded it…

    • Fairview

      Located in northwest Williamson County, Fairview is located 20 miles southwest of downtown Nashville. With a population of 7,993 people, the town sits within the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area containing…

    • Ashland City

      Northwest of Nashville, the county seat of Cheatham County, Ashland City, is an ideal home base for nature lovers who also need to be within reasonable commuting distance of the…

    • Crieve Hall/Caldwell Hall

      Crieve Hall, as well as neighboring Caldwell Hall, is largely a bedroom community synonymous with mid-century brick ranch homes on larger-than-average lots at the southern end of Nashville proper.  Mature,…

    • The Nations

      One of Nashville’s newest revitalizations, the Nations is a popular neighborhood for those looking for a beautiful, historic home with a slightly lower price tag than those of neighboring Sylvan…

    • Wedgewood-Houston

      In this industrial-turned-charming neighborhood, you can enjoy all the benefits of South Nashville, including its award-winning dining scene, shopping scene, and walkability. The Historic Wedgewood-Houston Community continues to see growth,…

    • Donelson

      A mere 15 minute drive to downtown, Donelson has a myriad of chain restaurants, retail shopping options, and greenways and parks. The close-knit community recently rebranded itself as “Hip Donelson”…

    • Inglewood

      Part of the vibrant East side, Inglewood has become a mecca for buyers looking for affordable options but still seeking to experience the East’s hip vibe. The popular neighborhood offers…

    • Brentwood

      A short 15-minute drive down I-65 South will land you in Brentwood, a large suburban community spanning two counties. Though the Williamson County area of Brentwood is better known, a…

    • Murfreesboro

      Southeast of Nashville lies Murfreesboro, home to Middle Tennessee State University and several large state corporations. Murfreesboro has boomed over the past decade, becoming Tennessee’s fastest growing major city, and…

    • Madison

      Convenience is key in Madison, a suburb northeast of Nashville. Hop on Ellington Parkway for a straight connection to downtown, Gallatin Pike to be in vibrant East Nashville in minutes,…