7 Most Expensive Neighborhoods in Gallatin: Luxury Awaits

If you want to live in a high-end neighborhood of Gallatin, there are a number of luxury neighborhoods to consider. Here's what to know about some of the most expensive neighborhoods in Gallatin.

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7 Most Expensive Neighborhoods in Gallatin: Luxury Awaits

Posted by Gary Ashton on Monday, January 30th, 2023 at 11:59am.

Gallatin Most Expensive Neighborhoods

With several lakes and a river, it should be no surprise the city of Gallatin has several waterfront neighborhoods and other beautiful communities for residents to consider. About 30 miles northeast of the city of Nashville, Gallatin is home to just over 44,000 residents and is the county seat of Sumner County. While the city offers properties at various prices, those seeking luxury should consider these seven expensive neighborhoods in Gallatin, Tennessee, to call home.

Foxland Harbor

Foxland Harbor is approximately 5.5 miles southwest of downtown Gallatin. On the shores of Old Hickory Lake, this neighborhood is made up mostly of newer homes built after 2000, although some were built between 1970 and 1999.

Homes for sale in Foxland Harbor have an average price of $725,000. However, listing prices vary significantly, ranging from the mid-$200s to around $2.5 million, with most homes selling in the $400–$500,000 range.

Foxland Harbor is an excellent community for those who appreciate lakeside living and a short drive to Nashville. The neighborhood offers several lake homes, including a mix of three- to four-bedroom single-family properties, high-rise apartments, and condominiums. Most residents have one-way commutes of 15–30 minutes.

Residents enjoy the Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club, featuring an 18-hole course for all skill levels with gorgeous views of the Old Hickory Lake area. Set in an old farmhouse, local eatery Alberto's features an eclectic menu of foods from Brazil and parts of Europe. Diners can enjoy brunch or dinner in a home-like setting and wine with their meal or bring a bottle for a small corkage fee.

Foxland Harbor Amenities

  • Lock 4 Mountain Bike Trailhead
  • Lock 4 Park - The Point
  • Nat Caldwell Park
  • NCG Cinema - Gallatin
  • Old Hickory Lake
  • Cages Bend Campground

Kennesaw Farms

Kennesaw Farms was once the site of a storied thoroughbred horse farm in the 1800s. The original home, called The Baber House, still stands today approximately 4.5 miles southwest of downtown Gallatin. After renovations in 2005, it's now the location of the Kennesaw Development and Southeastern Building, which oversees residential and commercial development within the area.

Residents have a short commute to Nashville and experience the relaxed lifestyle and amenities of an upscale suburb. Available homes for sale in Kennesaw Farms range in price from the mid- to high-$500s, and most are within walking distance of high-end retail stores, local parks, and recreational areas.

Local hotspots near Kennesaw Farms include Double Dogs, a local restaurant featuring a menu of American comfort favorites such as wings, pizza, sandwiches, and hot dogs. The popular restaurant is open daily and includes a dog-friendly patio where four-legged patrons are welcome.

Coffee shop Kávé at House of Haggai offers an extensive menu of beverages and a small selection of breakfast treats. The cafe also has a spacious indoor seating area with an excellent setup for working remotely.

Kennesaw Farms Amenities

  • Boxwell Scout Reservation Children's Camp
  • Lock 4 Park - The Point
  • Nat Caldwell Park
  • NCG Cinema - Gallatin
  • Station Camp Creek

Cambridge Farms

Living in the Cambridge Farms Neighborhood

Nearly five miles west of downtown Gallatin is the Cambridge Farms community, featuring primarily single-family residences. Homes for sale in Cambridge Farms range in price from the high-$300s to the mid-$600s, with occasional outliers selling closer to $700,000. Properties here typically range from three to five bedrooms, with the largest floor plans topping around 3,600 square feet.

Most Cambridge Farms homes were built after 1999. Not only are there plenty of new construction homes here, but the entire area has the look and feel of a new neighborhood. As with several other Gallatin communities, Cambridge Farms is a short drive from Nashville.

Living in Cambridge Farms gives residents easy access to the Long Hollow Golf Course, one of the best golf courses in Nashville. It's well-known for offering affordable play and has a putting green and driving range. Long Hollow is open daily year-round and also hosts several tournaments throughout the year.

The historic Douglass-Clark House is another attraction in Cambridge Farms. It was established in 1786 when Tennessee was part of North Carolina and served as an early courthouse for Sumner County. Today, the house is a free museum offering guided tours.

Cambridge Farms Amenities

  • Gallatin Triple Creek Park
  • Last Car Bar & Grill
  • Lazy J Farm
  • Municipal Park

Fairway Farms

The Fairway Farms community features properties near the Long Hollow Golf Course. Established in 2006 and just a short 2.5-mile drive west of downtown Gallatin, homes for sale in Fairway Farms have a median sale price of around $580,000. Because of their proximity, Fairway Farms homes are sometimes grouped in with Cambridge Farms, considered one larger neighborhood. Most houses were built after 2006, so Fairway Farms has a new and modern feel.

The Sumner County Museum is near Fairway Farms, set in a 19th-century home and established in 1975. Celebrating the history of Sumner County and the city of Gallatin, this museum features several curated exhibits of relics unique and local to the immediate area. Examples include Gallatin's first pumper fire engine, a blacksmith shop, and more. The museum hosts several events each year and offers membership at various levels.

Local restaurant The Original Campione's Taste of Chicago offers Chicago-style Italian eats, where diners can enjoy sandwiches, pizza, pasta, and desserts for lunch and dinner every day except Sundays.

Fairway Farms Amenities

  • Gallatin Triple Creek Park
  • Last Car Bar & Grill
  • Long Hollow Golf Course
  • Municipal Park

Grandview Estates

Living in the Granview Estates Neighborhood

Gallatin neighborhood Grandview Estates, located approximately three miles northeast of downtown along Highway 31E, offers residents a more rural feel than others. This community features medium to large single-family homes, most built between 1970 and 1999. However, some properties were built after 2000.

Homes for sale in Grandview Estates range in the low-$400s. While a bit lower than other Gallatin neighborhoods, these prices are still higher than about 73% of Tennessee properties. Although this neighborhood is east of Gallatin, Grandview Estates residents can usually commute to Nashville in under 30 minutes.

Grandview Estates provides convenient access to Triple Creek Park, the largest in the area at 185 acres. Triple Creek offers several amenities, including a dog park, a covered pavilion, a playground, walking trails, and fields for football, softball, frisbee disc golf, and soccer. It's open daily until 11 p.m. during summer and 7 p.m. during winter.

Another popular hotspot in the Grandview Estates area, Grand Inheritance is a historic mansion built in 1790. It now serves as an event venue for weddings, business meetings, and concerts and includes a large ballroom ideal for rehearsal dinners and private banquets.

Grandview Estates Amenities

  • Gallatin Civic Center
  • Gallatin Country Club
  • Municipal Park
  • Sumner Regional Medical Center

Clearlake Meadows

Clearlake Meadows is a neighborhood approximately 2.5 miles south of downtown Gallatin, a community mainly comprising late 20th-century small to medium single-family homes and apartments. The average home price in this area is in the low-$400s, but it's not uncommon to see homes listed in the $600s.

As with other Gallatin neighborhoods, Clearlake Meadows is just a short drive to Nashville, and most working residents have less than 15 minutes for one-way commutes. The area is adjacent to Route 109, providing direct access to the Tennessee-Kentucky border.

Clearlake Meadows residents enjoy having a Publix supermarket right in their neighborhood in The Shops at Windsong. Located on Maharris Drive, this Publix is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. It includes a pharmacy, full-service deli, bakery, money order sales, and check-cashing.

Five minutes south of Clearlake Meadows in the city of Lebanon, Starstruck Farm is a family-owned and operated multipurpose property that includes vacation rentals, campsites, stables, and an event venue with limousine and catering services. It was formerly owned by country music superstar Reba McEntire and was established in 2019.

Clearlake Meadows Amenities

  • Cherokee Marina
  • Lock 4 Mountain Bike Trailhead
  • Music City Executive Airport
  • Nat Caldwell Park

Bay Watch Pointe

Bay Watch Pointe is adjacent to the Cumberland River, situated three miles southeast of downtown, offering a slightly more rural feel than many other Gallatin neighborhoods. The community features small to medium-sized homes, most of which were built between 1970 and 1999. Some homes and several high-rise apartments in this neighborhood were built after 2000.

The average home price in Bay Watch Pointe is in the mid-$300s, higher than about 70% of homes in Tennessee. Bay Watch Pointe is noted for its proximity to Nashville, as most residents commute less than 15 minutes.

Los Torritos Mexican Restaurant is popular with Bay Watch Pointe residents. The local chain, with a Gallatin location on S Water Ave., serves authentic Mexican and Tex-Mex food daily for lunch and dinner, along with refreshing non-alcoholic drinks and cocktails.

The publicly-owned, public-use Music City Executive Airport sits just east of Gallatin, close to Bay Watch Pointe. Ninety-six percent of its operations are general aviation, with the other four percent being air taxi and military-related. The airport hosts a monthly breakfast open to the public several times throughout the year.

Bay Watch Pointe Amenities

  • Cherokee Marina
  • Lock 4 Mountain Bike Trailhead
  • Nat Caldwell Park
  • Starstruck Park

Greetings from Gallatin!

While Gallatin is just a short drive from Nashville, this well-established, vibrant area has a distinct personality and charm all its own. Several of its neighborhoods offer a suburban or rural feel while still being close to the bustling downtown. Newcomers should expect the allure of an incredible city when moving to Gallatin.

If the possibilities of Gallatin inspire you, contact The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage with Nashville's MLS at (615) 603-3602 to get in touch with a Gallatin real estate agent and find your dream home today.

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