Nashville is comprised of many different neighborhoods that are all quaint and charming in their own unique way. As you might suspect, though, some are of course more desirable than others and few are as antiquated and old fashioned as the one-and-only Hillsboro Village, located just three miles southwest of downtown. A tiny, four square block neighborhood that packs in some of the city’s best shops, boutiques, and locally-owned establishments, walking around Hillsboro Village is almost like taking a step back in time in many ways, but the area ambiance is also now more lively and vibrant than it has ever been.
The primary thoroughfare through Hillsboro Village is Hillsboro Road, a street that’s now loaded with vintage clothing shops, used bookstores, art galleries, and all sorts of independent restaurants and cafes. The neighborhood’s close proximity to Vanderbilt University also makes it popular among college students, which helps explain the eclectic mix of shopping and dining you’ll find all throughout this part of the city.
On the interiors streets, Hillsboro Village is packed with an assortment of lovely Tudors and Bungalows, which are easily the more highly sought after homes for sale in the entire neighborhood. In recent years there’s been somewhat of an influx of new condos and townhomes developed in the area to accommodate the growing demand for housing in Hillsboro Village, but as popularity for the area continues to soar, it’s charming character continues to remain constant.