Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: May, 2014

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May 2014

Found 9 blog entries for May 2014.

Shopping MallEverybody enjoys doing a little shopping. When you just want a day out to enjoy some of the luxury shops available in Nashville, you have a variety of places to go. These shops offer the best of everything, and ensure quality products that you will love.

It doesn’t matter what you're looking for, there is a shop in Nashville that will accommodate your needs. There are lots of specialty shops, as well as general shopping malls. Here are some of the luxury shops you can enjoy when in Nashville.

Hill Center Green Hills - 4015 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville

Located in the Green Hills neighborhoods, this shopping center is home to numerous well-known retailers such as, Anthropologie, Whole Foods Body, West Elm, and Calypso St Barths. You will also enjoy

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Maybe you're not all about finding the best happy hour for a cheap drink, but you do like a great deal on food. Nashville has plenty of bars and restaurants perfect for your food happy hour needs. Here are a few of the best choices to try.

Etch - 303 Demonbreun Street, Nashville

At Etch, you can enjoy food happy hour specials from 4pm to 6:30pm on weekdays. They also provide the same happy hour for food on Saturdays from 4pm to 5:30pm. Most choices are around $8 each and one of the local favorites is the Octopus and Shrimp Bruschetta.

Eastland Cafe - 97 Chapel Avenue, Nashville

At the Eastland Cafe, you can enjoy food happy hours from 5pm to 6:30pm, Monday through Thursday and from 5pm to 6pm on Fridays and Saturdays. They even provide a

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Nashville is full of dog-friendly patios you can enjoy. There are plenty of great choices and here's a list of some of the best ones throughout the area.

Breweries and Taprooms

Some of the best patios for dogs are found at the local breweries and taprooms including:

  • TN Brew Works
  • Fat Bottom Brewing
  • Yazoo
  • 12 South Taproom
  • Jackalope

Bars and Pubs

Another great place for your dog on a patio is a bar and here are a few good ones in Nashville:

  • Drifter's
  • Bar Louie
  • South
  • Tin Roof
  • Dan McGuinness
  • Neighbor's

Coffee Houses

Maybe it's too early for an adult beverage or you want a cup of coffee. If so, bring your dog to any of these patios:

  • Frothy Monkey in 12 South
  • Barista Parlor
  • Portland Brew East
  • Bond
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On April 21st 2014 the Williamson County School Board unanimously approved the district’s zoning proposal. This re-zoning was sparked by extensive growth in Williamson County and the building of three new schools expected to open in 2016.

The new schools, Mill Creek Elementary, Mill Creek Middle, and Nolensville High, will share a campus off York Road. According to Williamson County Schools, Mill Creek Elementary School will open with kindergarten through fifth grades. Mill Creek Middle School will open with sixth through eighth grades, and Nolensville High School will open to only freshmen and sophomores.

The re-zoning for these schools falls within the current Ravenwood High School zone and all its feeder schools within a part of Brentwood and all of

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Awesome video from Australia. Cat and dog trainer Robert Dollwet created a fantastic video with underwater cameras, dogs-eye-views, and cat-eye-views, all synched up to Happy by Pharrell Williams.


Keep watching for more Happy can and dog videos!

As you know, a home is not a home without a dog, so if you need to find a new home for your dog just use our state of the art website to search for all the homes listed for sale in middle Tennessee.

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Nashville is certainly a growing city, but this statistic is a bit shocking. According to CNN, over 30,000 people moved to Nashville last year. That breaks down to just over 82 people per day. The population is now at about 1.8 million people and the city grew by nearly 2% last year.

What is Causing all the Growth?

Typically, cities grow because of new job opportunities and Nashville is no different. The healthcare industry is thriving throughout the area along with the music industry. However, another reason the city is growing so fast is the start-up scene.

Business start-ups are very popular today and many companies are finding success in the Music City. Typically its businesses found in the music industry, but lately, it has been many other

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1.    Inglewood- It is no secret that East Nashville is one of the most sought after neighborhoods for home buyers. But homes in the coveted 37206 zip code, anchored by Five Points and including Eastwood Neighbors, Lockeland Springs, Historic Edgefield, Greenwood Neighbors, Rosebank, Rolling Acres, Maxwell Heights and Eastland Park, are quickly becoming too pricey for many buyers. As a result, Inglewood in the 37216 zip code is quickly gaining popularity as a great alternative. Close enough to all the hip Five Point amenities and located just four miles from downtown Nashville this neighborhood is still accessible for buyers who can no longer afford the hefty 37206 prices. About 65% of Inglewood homes were built prior to 1960 and so many of the lesser

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Image Credit: paddleboarding or SUP has become very popular as a hobby and as a way to get exercise. Even though Nashville isn't near the ocean, this activity has become very popular throughout the city. Part of the reason for the popularity is the fact that it can be performed without needing waves or even a current. Here are a few of the places you can enjoy paddling away in Nashville.

Nashville Paddle

As far as rates for stand-up paddleboarding go, Nashville Paddle is the cheapest. They also have a number of locations and they donate some of the profits to the Cumberland River Compact. Locations for Nashville Paddle include:

  • Cumberland River
  • Percy Pried Lake
  • Old Hickory Lake
  • Stones Rivers

The cost for SUP here is $35 for 2 hours,

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