If you're moving to Nashville, it's important to find the right neighborhood for your family. Some communities make it easy to fit right in, while others seclude you from the things that make a neighborhood a community. Here are a few of the best neighborhoods in Nashville.
The West End/Richland area used to be known for early streetcars, but now it's known for 20th century mansions and starter cottages. Most of the homes in the area average around $1 million. You will find plenty of great porches, historic homes, sidewalks and medians throughout the area. The area is walkable and attracts creative types.
Found at the intersection of Clearview Avenue, 11th Street and Woodland Street, Five Points is a hipster area found in the Eastern part of the city. Many of the homes here are bungalows and cottages from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Five points is considered one of the most walkable areas in the city and attracts many young families, couples and singles.
Known as a very friendly neighborhood, this is a great place for transplants. Franklin Road runs through the area with plenty of shopping options. The schools in the area are great and plenty of open space is found throughout the area.
Found at the southern edge of the city, Crieve Hall features many ranch-style homes from the 1950s and 1960s. This area also has many newer homes throughout, along with affordable apartments and condos. Many of the best attractions are found nearby including shopping in Brentwood and Vanderbilt University. First-time homebuyers make up the majority of buyers in this area and many are recent graduates from the University.
These neighborhoods are some of the best choices throughout Nashville. They all provide something unique and the right match for your family will allow you to fit right in and feel at home.
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