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In the 19th century, the area that would become Belmont-Hillsboro was part of the estates of Adelicia Acklen (Belmont) and Colonel A. B. Montgomery. The oldest sections of the neighborhood were subdivided in 1890 and 1891. In 1901, the Belmont Land Company secured a franchise to operate a street railway line along Belmont Boulevard, accelerating the development of the area as a “street car suburb”. Development would continue for several decades, with some of the more southerly portions of the neighborhood developed about 1940.
Changes in tastes over this span of time resulted in recognizable changes in architectural styles. The mix of bungalows, cottages, American foursquares and tudors are common, though you will find examples of the prairie, eclectic revival and more contemporary styles as well. The neighborhood became the home of a large middle-class population, reflecting the average American lifestyle from 1890 to 1940.
In the 21st century, the housing of the neighborhood exhibits a variety of architectural styles as well as size, thereby suiting a range of families and lifestyles. The process of home renovation and restoration continues today, the sum of which, along with a wonderfully central location in Davidson County, have helped the area become a very desirable Nashville address. Belmont-Hillsboro is conveniently located just south of Downtown Nashville and is within minutes of Belmont University, Vanderbilt University, Sevier Park, hospitals, Hillsboro Village, 12South, and Green Hills Mall.
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Located in West Nashville, most Sylvan Park homes are priced between $450,000 and $900,000. Many of the streets in this neighborhood are named after states because when this area was first being developed, city planners hoped that people from all across the country would aspire to live here. Sylvan Park is filled with two main styles of homes: 1910-1940s style frame-and-brick bungalows as well as 1900-1915s style Princess Anne cottages. The neighborhood is currently going through a transitional phase as new construction is being built in some areas while historical homes are being preserved in others. The area is known for many local hotspots such as The Produce Place, McCabe’s Pub, Nashville Ballet School of Dance, Nashville Opera, and Climb Nashville, the city’s best indoor climbing gym. Restaurants such as award-winning Star Bagel Café, the oldest and only locally owned and operated bagel café in Nashville, Café Nonna, and The Local Taco are other local Nashville favorites. This is a very family friendly & walkable community with an undeniable charm that is very inviting!
WEST MEADE / HILLWOOD
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The West Meade mansion was built in 1886 by U.S. Supreme Court Judge Howell Jackson and his wife, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of General William G. Harding, of the Belle Meade mansion.
The West Meade area was originally owned by Mrs. Jackson - a gift from her father. In the early to mid 1950s, the property was subdivided and developed into the West Meade and Hillwood neighborhoods. The houses in West Meade and Hillwood are all unique and individual, having been built at different times by the individual owners. Lots range from 0.5 acres to 6 acres, but the average home in West Meade has just over an acre of land.
If you take a drive through the West Meade neighborhhood, two things will stick out as uniquely pleasant - the quiet and the large trees. Many of the trees were here long before the 50s, and still stand tall. Also, there is a beautiful natural spring creek, complete with waterfalls and rapids, that runs beside Jocelyn Hollow.
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Parking might be the one and only issue with this neighborhood since the streets of 12South are not only filled with resident cars, but those of visitors popping into the growing number of restaurants and shops along the main corridor. Corner Music, Reese Witherspoon's Draper James, Edleys BBQ are just a few of the plethora of walkable amenities in 12 South! Real estate here continues to draw first-time home buyers as well as music industry insiders who fall in love with the residential lifestyle. The history in this neighborhood is rich dating back to the first quarter of the 20th Century. Foursquare and Victorian homes have been beautifully preserved in the neighborhood which creates the perfect union of new and old. The amenities seem endless: Tuesday Farmer’s Market in Sevier Park; distinct architecture; stylish shops and restaurants. And don’t forget accessibility to the city’s best popsicles at Las Paletas.
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Green Hills is a beautiful sprawling area just 8 miles south of town complete with plenty of restaurants, grocery stores (including our beloved Whole Foods) The Green Hills Mall & The Bluebird Cafe. Convenient to downtown businesses and 3 major universities, Belmont, Lipscomb, and Vanderbilt, this neighborhood is a great option for many. Your home here can vary from a newly constructed single family home to a mid-century ranch home. Green Hills is in the higher price points of real estate in the Nashville area and lies slightly north of Historic Franklin. Forest Hills is a neighboring residential area with beautiful homes on large lots that house some of Nashville's most refined, luxury architecture.
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Belle Meade is Nashville's most exclusive neighborhood, offering a delightful mix of old world, sumptuous plantation estates dating back to the mid 1800's along side charming tudor-style homes, classical and neo-classical, and mid-century modern architecture. There are several gated communities in Belle Meade. Belle Meade was absorbed into the metropolitan government of Nashville-Davidson County in 1963, but retains its independent city status, and its residents pay taxes both to the Metro government and to the City of Belle Meade. Belle Meade streets have distinct signage and the city has its own police force, its own mayor, and its own city hall. The vast majority of the Belle Meade area is designated by the ZIP code 37205. A few homes are in Zip Code 37215.
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The City of Oak Hill is a hidden jewel just south of downtown Nashville. The City encompasses 8 square miles with about 1,800 homes. Its 4,700 residents are drawn to the exclusive single-family zoning and low-density housing on large, tree-filled lots. Incorporated in 1952 before the formation of Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, Oak Hill exists as a satellite City within the Metropolitan family. The City's primary responsibility is community planning, land use, and zoning. Home values range from moderately priced ranches in the low $400k's to luxurious custom estate over $5 million.
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East Nashville has many pocket neighborhoods within itself. Lockeland Springs, Eastwood Neighbors, McFerrin Park, Cleavland Park, Greenwood & Inglewood are all lovely neighborhoods each with their own charm. The always growing, thriving, eclectic, historic, and hip, East Nashville has become one of the city’s most-desired areas to live and play. Its low-key vibe and neighborly personality make this community a great place to escape without leaving town. As Budget Travel Magazine calls Historic East Nashville “Nashville’s version of New York’s East Village,” East Nashville has attracted many musicians and visual artists to the neighborhood.
GERMANTOWN / SALEMTOWN
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One of Nashville’s historic neighborhoods is bringing people closer to town to live, dine and relax. Germantown, so named because of the influx of German immigrants in the mid nineteenth- century, was Nashville’s first suburb. The district is one of Nashville’s most architecturally heterogeneous neighborhoods, containing a significant concentration of Victorian building styles. It has been designated as a city Arboretum by the Nashville Tree Foundation because there are more than 100 species of trees in the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979, the neighborhood is now being restored to its original grandeur.
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Ninety percent of the homes in Richland-West End were built between 1905 and 1935. The neighborhood’s special historical character has been protected by going through the statutory process and successfully lobbying the Metropolitan Council to approve this neighborhood as a conservation zoning district. Conservation zoning is a type of zoning overlay that requires review and approval by the Metropolitan Historic Zoning commission of certain exterior work on buildings, including new construction, additions, demolitions, and relocations. The guidelines protect the neighborhood from new construction or additions not in character with the neighborhood, as seen from the street, and from the loss of architecturally or historically important buildings.
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Forest Hills is a small residential city in southwest Davidson County along the northern border of Williamson County. The City is almost exclusively residential with no commercial development & high-density housing is prohibited. Known for it's sprawling acre + lots, top rated school system and close proximity to all of the Green Hills shopping, Forrest Hills is a sought after neighborhood by many.
WEDGEWOOD / HOUSTON
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Wedgewood-Houston is located between downtown Nashville, Belmont University and the Tennessee State Fairgrounds and is considered the Arts destination for Nashville. The Neighborhood is experiencing a revitalization that is conducive to the artist's lifestyle. Several new homes are currently being constructed, including mixed use developments that incorporate a live/work essence to the neighborhood. Wedgewood Houston, commonly referred to as WeHo, is convenient to the interstates, Downtown, Belmont, Vanderbilt, 12South and East Nashville. Home to several of Nashville's restaurants, galleries, and small businesses, WeHo is the desired location for many locals who desire a close inclusive community vibe for their professional lifestyle.