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East Nashville is one of the best places to shop in the Music City. The district is full of independently-owned stores, boutiques and shops. They are mainly found in Five Points, but some are found in other parts of the East Side, as well. Many of the best shops are found here including:

Old Made Good - 3701B Gallatin Pike

If you love to find something old that has been turned into something incredible, Old Made Good or OMG is the store for you. This East Nashville store provides many beautiful furniture pieces, vintage clothing, jewelry and more.

Hey Rooster General Store - 1106 Gallatin Avenue

This native store provides plenty of different items with a modern take on a general store. You will find all kinds of handmade goods, small-batch

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It's easy to find a great shopping district throughout the city of Nashville. However, once you're in the right place, how do you find the best stores to visit? Here's a list of some of the top and most unique stores in the Music City.

The Hip Zipper

The name says it all and this unique shop found at 1008 Forest Avenue is one of the best boutiques in the city. With funky vintage shoes, purses and more, you can find all the right accessories here.

Katy K's Ranch Dressing

Found at 2407 12th Avenue South, Katy K's Ranch Dressing isn't a place for salad dressing. The name is a bit misleading, but it's one of the most well known shops in the area. Find your next pair of boots, cowboy hat or a petticoat here, along with many other choices.

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The Gulch is a distinct historical area known for the industrial influence with plenty to offer. Home to the original downtown railroad terminal, more than 100 trains have passed through The Gulch in the past century. This is now a hotspot for urbanites and provide a great blend of modern style with industrial background.

Many old warehouse spaces were converted into office space, upscale restaurants and even residential spaces. The vibrant nightlife provides young professionals the best of the big city right in their backyard.


If you're looking for a luxurious dining experience, the Watermark is the perfect choice. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide beautiful views, along with the elegant atmosphere found within the restaurant. With a southern-style

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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

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Even though something like 70% of the people on planet Earth live within 150km of the ocean it's very rare that these same people get to enjoy a tropical climate. If you're living in the pacific northwest or the east coast of the United States for example you'll know what it's like to be able to count the number of days of sunshine on one hand maybe. You'll also have separated rain into several different categories - including the rain that seems to fall sideways.

The point we're making here is that because Nashville has what's called a humid subtropical climate you’re not going to have to deal with continuous and torrential downpours for most of each year. In fact what Nashville can offer you is a climate where you have 4 very distinct seasons so you

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You're already well aware that Nashville is famous for it's country music and that same music industry is responsible for pumping billions of dollars into the city's economy each year. The cultural beat of Nashville goes way beyond just the country music scene, even though that is at the heart of the city itself. Nashville enjoys a cultural diversity due in no small part to the vibrant music scene of the city but this diversity has seen Nashville rank #4 in the United States for its overall cultural vitality.

So what else can Nashville offer any lover of the arts?

The Tennessee Performing Arts Center deserves to get a special mention here because of its sheer size (with three theaters and taking up an entire city block) and the fact that it acts as

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The neighborhood with the only unobstructed view of the Tennessee State Capitol, North Capitol is a popular choice for residents and visitors. It's found in Downtown Nashville between the Cumberland River and 8th Avenue. The neighborhood used to be known for industry and was once called the Black Business District, but quite a bit has changed over the years.

What's more, the downtown area of Nashville bounds this neighborhood, starting from the edge of the Cumberland River and continuing to 8th Avenue and then extending south to Charlotte and north to Jefferson Avenue.

History of the North Capitol Neighborhood

The Sulphur Dell, the Market District, and the Black Business District are some of the former names that locals used to call the

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Many people don't like living in the crowed areas of a large city, even if that large city has the home town feel like Nashville Tennessee. Of course, the conveniences of living in or around a big city are virtually endless making it difficult for many people to choose where to live. Most people find that living in a subdivision of a large city offers all the benefits of the big city without the crowds and noise. There are dozens of beautiful subdivisions of Nashville Tennessee to choose from, one of which will be perfect for you.


If you're looking for an exclusive area with an Arnold Palmer designed gated golf course, many houses featured in the Parade of Homes, and much more than Brentwood is perfect for you. Located just south of Nashville it

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Ask anyone in Nashville why they're proud to live there and you're likely to receive a host of different answers, from the southern cookin' to the live entertainment to the friendly and culture-rich vibe that encompasses the city as a whole, but in the end there are 3 solid reasons above all why anyone should be proud to be a Nashvillean:

  • Handled the 2010 Flood Independently – You may not remember if you're a new Nashville resident, but in 2010 Nashville was hit by one of the worst natural disasters in our nation's history when high tides combined with torrential downpours to make the Cumberland River overflow 13 feet beyond flood level and wreaking havoc across a large part of the city. Unfortunately, media coverage was limited at best, and for the
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Did you know that just a little less than a year ago, Forbes magazine ran a piece on the top 52 most populated cities in the entire USA and projected Nashville, Tennessee to rank as the 3rd best 'boom city'? That means that out of every major city in America, over the next 10 years Nashville is projected to cement its position as an economic stronghold through continued economic growth and smart development.

So, why does this matter to you as a home buyer? Well, to understand that question, you need to understand what makes Nashville such a great place to live in right now. It doesn't take much investigation to turn up the reason for the region's economic resilience – a 2008 regional study revealed that 50% of the entire population of the United States

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