A Practical Guide for Moving to Nashville

A big part of moving to a new city is choosing the right neighborhood. If you're single and moving, this may not be that big of a deal, but if you're moving as a couple or with a family, the wrong neighborhood can make it hard to adjust.

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A Practical Guide for Moving to Nashville

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Thursday, October 10th, 2013 at 1:17pm.

A big part of moving to a new city is choosing the right neighborhood. If you're single and moving, this may not be that big of a deal, but if you're moving as a couple or with a family, the wrong neighborhood can make it hard to adjust. Here's a quick breakdown of some of the neighborhoods throughout the city.

The Gulch

This is a neighborhood found south of downtown and it's very walkable. If you don't own a car, this may be the perfect choice for you. It's a small area with high-rise housing and apartment buildings, which makes it perfect for a single, but not so much for a family. Many bars and restaurants are found throughout, along with some upscale living choices.

Downtown

Downtown is a unique experience, but not for everybody. It's known as "Nashvegas" because of the Riverfront, LP Field, the Ryman and Bridgestone. If you're here to play music or listen to music, downtown is a great choice. However, this is not the best place for a family to settle.

Hillsboro Village

A friendly area with more housing options than downtown or The Gulch, Hillsboro Village is a great place for young adults, families and college student. Single-family homes provide the majority of the housing and the location makes it convenient to downtown Nashville. This is another very walkable neighborhood.

Sylvan Park

A very cool neighborhood with plenty of good restaurants and shops, this is a great place for the active person. The McCabe Community Center, Richland Greenway and Climb Nashville are all found here. Families of all types can settle here and enjoy the area, which provides access to all the best Nashville has to offer.

Other neighborhoods in Nashville include:

  • Germantown - Good for a families, couples and singles
  • Belmont Boulevard - Great for first time homebuyers
  • 12 South - Perfect for young families, new couples and professional singles
  • Edgehill Village - Good for young couples and singles
  • Green Hills - Perfect for well-established families and adults

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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