The Best Suburbs in Nashville

Nashville isn't quite the city most people expect it to be, which we always find a little amusing. In Nashville we know that we're world famous for our country and western music and the Grand Ole Opry and that's something we're proud of too.

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The Best Suburbs in Nashville

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 at 2:59pm.

Nashville isn't quite the city most people expect it to be, which we always find a little amusing. In Nashville we know that we're world famous for our country and western music and the Grand Ole Opry and that's something we're proud of too. So in an effort to give you a flavor for the types and quality of real estate you'll find available in Nashville we wanted to pause and give you a quick guide to some of the more popular neighbors and suburbs in Nashville - just so you know exactly what you're missing.

Belle Meade

If you want to see those large Victorian and Georgian homes that are part of the history of the old South then Belle Meade is a suburb you'd love living in. The area itself was named after a large farm and homes in this area tend to be of the large and spacious type and have price tags to match - starting in the mid $400,000's for a home in this area with a ceiling well in excess of $1,000,000. There are a number of excellent restaurants and boutiques in the area for you to enjoy too.

12 South

This suburb is going to be far more suitable for a younger family because there's a lot of musicians and other freelancers living here. Sevier Park nearby provides a welcome break from the day, as do all the fantastic eateries in the area too. This is one of the more "hip" suburbs of Nashville but a very vibrant one at that, with a median property price of around $325,000.

Brentwood

If you want to live far enough from Nashville to enjoy some exclusivity but close enough that you can take advantage of all its amenities then Brentwood is an ideal place for you and your family to relocate to. There are two massive shopping malls here as well as any other kind of store a modern family might need and you can expect to pay in excess of $400,000 for the average home in this area.

The above is not a complete list by any means but it does give you some idea of the real estate diversity available in Nashville.

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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