Are you wondering where to find Nashville cottages for sale? Cottage-style homes feature charming rustic exteriors, asymmetrical facades, and efficient footprints, making them popular in some of Nashville's best neighborhoods. Common characteristics of cottage architecture include shingled, stucco walls, gable roofs, and bay windows. Additionally, most cottages boast small porches, balconies, and bay windows. Ready to find the Music City cottage of your dreams? Keep reading to learn about four Nashville neighborhoods with cottages.
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Sylvan Heights is located west of I-440, bounded by train tracks in the south and west and by Charlotte Avenue in the north. Sylvan Heights homes for sale start in the high $200s to $2 million and numerous recreation, entertainment, and education opportunities thanks to its central location.
Homes in Sylvan Heights vary considerably in size, with one to four bedrooms and one to five bathrooms. While many are cottages, the neighborhood also has condos, apartments, and split-level homes. Sylvan Heights' homes come in various styles, including traditional, modern, and craftsman.
Sylvan Heights and the surrounding area provide countless things to do, from golf and rock climbing to ballet and fine dining. The L&L Market on Charlotte Avenue features various luxury shops, fitness boutiques, and gourmet restaurants. Further down the street, Climb Nashville West offers an indoor rock climbing experience. The Nashville Ballet has a practice facility in Sylvan Heights, where it holds performances occasionally.
The community is also close to several outdoor recreation options. Centennial Park in the east features a replica of the Parthenon, a one-mile trail, a dog park, sand volleyball courts, and more. Meanwhile, the public McCabe Golf Course to the southwest offers 27 challenging holes and a driving range.
Sylvan Heights is also less than 10 minutes away from Vanderbilt University, a prestigious private research university.
Stretching from Nolensville Road to Glenrose Avenue and Thompson Lane, Woodbine is a beautiful suburban neighborhood in south Nashville. The cozy wooded community features charming cottage-style homes ranging from the mid $200s to over $1 million, impressive yards, and modern amenities, like parks, shopping centers, and electric car charging stations.
Woodbine homes for sale tend to be midsize, but some are significantly larger. While most homes in the neighborhood have two to four bedrooms and one to two bathrooms, some have up to six bedrooms and four bathrooms. Most Woodbine homes are bungalows, but other cottages and ranch-style homes permeate the neighborhood. Woodbine has a reputation for having some of the largest yards of all Nashville neighborhoods, but the community's natural beauty doesn't stop there.
Several neighborhood parks offer great opportunities for exercise, fresh air, and community events. Woodbine Park features a large field with a backstop. Meanwhile, the dog-friendly Whitsett Park has a 3/4-mile paved loop, a community garden, and a playground. The Coleman Park Community Center features an outdoor playground, an indoor swimming pool, a gymnasium, and indoor and outdoor running tracks. The center offers numerous programs and classes, including dance cardio, yoga, and water exercise. The Nashville Public Library Thompson Lane Branch lies just next door.
Woodbine has some of the best malls in Nashville, with Nolensville Road in the west and Willowbrook Commons to the southeast. Nolensville Road offers countless restaurants, shops, and businesses, from craft stores and music studios to veterinarians and pharmacies. Meanwhile, Willowbrook Commons features a Kroger and various electric car charging stations.
Nestled on the Cumberland River, Inglewood spans from I-155 to Cahal Avenue in the south and Gallatin Pike in the west. The beautiful riverfront neighborhood offers delightful homes ranging from the mid $200s to $1 million and plenty of things to do at various venues, from exercise and recreation to dining and drinking.
While most homes in Inglewood are cottages, ranch-style homes, craftsman-style homes, foursquare homes, and modern condos can be found throughout the community. Inglewood homes tend to be small- to medium-sized, with one to four bedrooms and bathrooms, but some larger homes have up to six bedrooms and bathrooms.
The 960-acre Shelby Bottoms Greenway and Natural Area start south of Inglewood, spanning 3 miles of the river's banks. The park features over 5 miles of paved ADA-accessible trails alongside more than 5 miles of primitive trails. The on-site Shelby Bottoms Nature Center offers a library, gardens, and a nature play area.
Meanwhile, the South Inglewood Park and Recreation Center provide two playgrounds, walking trails, and a free gym and game room. While the park's picnic shelter is available for rental, the nearby Riverwood Mansion offers a more luxurious venue.
Gallatin Pike hosts numerous businesses, including popular restaurants and bars like Sip Cafe, Inglewood Lounge, and Mickey's Tavern.
Waverly Place, also known as Historic Waverly, spans from Wedgewood Avenue to Bradford Avenue and from 10th Avenue to US-31. The historic neighborhood features homes ranging from the mid $100s to $2.5 million and impressive recreation, entertainment, and dining opportunities.
Homes in for sale Waverly Place tend to be medium- to large-sized, with three to six bedrooms and four to six bathrooms. However, the community also offers smaller homes with as few as one bedroom and bathroom. While bungalows and other cottages dominate Waverly Place, foursquares, rowhouses, and condos also line the neighborhood's streets.
The Nashville 8th Avenue Reservoir and Reservoir Park are several blocks north of Waverly Place. The centenarian park features a playground, a shaded picnic area, and basketball and tennis courts.
US-31 hosts Waverly Place's business scene, with everything from restaurants and supermarkets to clubs and music stores on the strip. Zanie's features nightly comedy shows alongside standard American fare like wings, fries, and sandwiches. Other drinking and dining hotspots in Waverly Place include Hattie B's Hot Chicken, The Smiling Elephant, and 8th & Roast.
Waverly Place is a five-minute drive away from Vanderbilt University, and walking there can take less than 30 minutes.
Finding Cottage-Style Homes in Nashville
Cottage-style homes offer a cozy, traditional feel paired with modern efficiency. Nashville's best neighborhoods feature numerous cottages at various price points, with easy access to the music city's best amenities, from impressive parks, schools, and libraries to popular shops, bars, and restaurants.
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