The suburban driving culture of America seems to be fading more and more with each passing year, and the days of home buyers opting for a place to live that doesn’t provide easy, quick, and even walkable access to amenities like coffee shops, grocery stores, and pleasant outdoor spaces also seem to be a thing of the past. But is buying a walkable home even possible in some of Nashville’s suburbs, or are today’s home buyers stuck with only looking for a home or condo in or around downtown Nashville?
Well, if you're already familiar with Franklin’s Westhaven master-planned community or perhaps even live there already, you’re probably already well-aware that not only does this fabulous community provide any number of different attractions and amenities for residents to enjoy, but also plenty of housing options that help making living here a
Specifically designed to live like a small town, Westhaven is almost like taking a step back in time, only with all the modern amenities and conveniences today’s home buyers want in a new place to live. Westhaven’s Town Center has just about everything you could every want or need in a community, from a big box grocery store and medical offices to all kinds of different retail shops and restaurants that never leave you wanting more. In additon, Westhaven is also filled with lush landscaping, wide sidewalks, and over half of the community’s 1,500 acres kept as dedicated green spaces, you’ll absolutely love taking a stroll through the neighborhood, especially in the spring and summer.
So while Nashville’s suburbs are filled with walkable communities, Westhaven is always a great place to being a home search if convenience and walkability are as high up on your wish list and most of today’s active buyers.