Nashville’s Upcoming Cleveland Park

Cleveland Park is situated in the east of Nashville alongside the trendy communities of Maxwell Heights and Greenwood Neighbors.

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Nashville’s Upcoming Cleveland Park

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 at 5:36pm.

Cleveland Park is situated in the east of Nashville alongside the trendy communities of Maxwell Heights and Greenwood Neighbors. The neighborhood derives its name from the Cleveland Park that was hand over to Nashville in 1963 for management. Cleveland Park provides excellent opportunity to investors, business owners, and young professionals. 

Plantation owner Thomas Talbot once owned a majority of the area. The neighborhood’s notable main street is Dickerson Pike. Robert Cartwright, a revolutionary soldier was contracted to construct a road starting from Nashville to Goodlettsville. He constructed the Dickerson Pike adjacent to the old buffalo trail. As part of the neighborhood’s 10-year recovery effort, Buffalo statues were built at the corner of Spring St. and Dickerson Pike. This road offers plenty of commercial capacity and superior views of downtown skyline, making it an ideal investment opportunity. 

The recent years show Cleveland Park as an emerging neighborhood. The following are the reasons most individuals think of Cleveland Park as emerging neighborhood. 

  • Situated east of the rejuvenated Maxwell Heights and Greenwood Neighbors on the east of Nashville.
  • Several notable Victorian Homes, bungalows, and cottages in the neighborhood. 
  • Ongoing constructions.
  • Steady improvement of living conditions.
  • Nearby the downtown Nashville.
  • Public transportation access via Metro Transit Authority.

Cleveland Park’s identity and commercial district are currently undergoing development. Areas in the neighborhood with excellent opportunities for establishment such as stores, cafes, and restaurants are Dickerson Pike, Cleveland Street, and Douglas Street. Meridian Street and Lischey Avenue offer pleasant street design with areas that are redevelopment-ready. 

A lot of people consider the Cleveland Park because of its value as compared to its nearby neighborhoods. The difference in the prices of similar houses in the East Nashville area is impressive. In Cleveland Park, the current average sale price is $113,852 compared to $202,800, which is the average sale price of properties in Greenwood Heights. 

Individuals considering an emerging East Nashville neighborhood should try Cleveland Park. 

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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