Great. Diverse. Hip. That's the best way to describe this bustling urban neighborhood district located two miles south of downtown Nashville. This area features some grand hitoric homes built in the 1920s/1930s with the bulk of residences being more modest cottages and bungalows built after 1940. What's nearby? See list, links and photo album below.WATCH ME:
Eclectic. Entrepreneurial. Diverse. That's how we'd describe East Nashville, generally speaking. Located across the Cumberland River and interstate from downtown Nashville, East Nashville boasts a large in ventory of historic homes of all styles. Many of its historic homes have been restored with a wave of small, new urban condo and mixed-used developments taking shape. Numerous well-defined mini neighborhoods thrive here. The closer-in neighborhoods (including Historic Edgefield and East End) are defined by popular, unpretentious restaurants, bars and hangouts. Five Points boasts the greatest concentration of neighborhood favorites. Nearby Shelby Bottoms Park and Greenway (and dog park) serves as East Nashville's playground.
The following destinations are convenient to most East Nashville neighborhoods:
All of our properties are conve niently located within a five- to 10-minute drive of downtown Nashville. They offer easy interstate access and are within close proximity to some of the most recognized places, institutions and landmarks that make Nashville--Nashville. Explore the neighborhoods and districts in which our properties are located.
You don't have to travel far from Waverly-Belmont/12South to transitio n to Belmont and Hillsboro Village. This area offers all the same great features as Waverly-Belmont/12South, although it's a bit less diverse. Similar mix of charming older homes with some located closer to places like Vanderbilt Universty & Medical Center and the shops of Hillsboro Village (think blocks rather than miles).
The following destinations are convenient to the Waverly-Belmont/12South and Belmont/Hillsboro neighborhood districts.