Guides

    • Belle Meade

      Belle Meade is set in a beautiful landscape, just minutes from downtown Nashville. This notably high-end residential community is bordered on the west by historic Belle Meade Plantation, on the…

    • Green Hills

      Green Hills, home to the iconic Blue Bird cafe, located just south of downtown Nashville, is noted for location, affluence, prestige, and shopping – its 37215 zip code is one…

    • Oak Hill

      The City of Oak Hill encompasses eight square miles, generally bounded by Old Hickory Boulevard on the south, Woodmont Boulevard on the north, and I-65 on the east.   The western border…

    • Hillwood / West Meade

      West Meade and Hillwood are established neighborhoods located just west of Belle Meade. Originally composed almost entirely of ranch-style, one-story brick homes, set on large rolling lots and loaded with…

    • Hillsboro Village-Belmont

      Nestled in the shadow of Vanderbilt University’s hallowed ivied halls, the Hillsboro-West End community is one of Nashville’s most desirable areas. Offering a diverse mixture of architectural styles and construction,…

    • Historic Richland-West End

      Think tree-lined streets with sidewalks and front porches and a small town feel, close to the center of a big city. That’s what you’ll find in these neighborhoods just beyond…

    • Williamson County

      Williamson County Home buyers choose Williamson County, located just south of Nashville, for a variety of reasons, but the most compelling one is that life in Williamson County provides the…

    • Brentwood

      Brentwood is the Williamson County community that is closest geographically to Nashville, and, as such, is known as Nashville’s premier “bedroom” community. Brentwood boasts magnificent million-dollar homes with stately black…

    • Franklin

      Franklin is famous for its beautiful historic homes, its town square and surrounding area, its Civil War battleground; for antique shopping, art galleries, bakeries, and a variety of excellent restaurant…

    • Bellevue

      At the southwestern edge of Area 2, Bellevue has experienced great population growth in the last few decades. This suburban community is an excellent location both for first-time homebuyers and…

    • East Nashville

      East Nashville is so named because of its location on the east side of the Cumberland River, and it is one of Nashville’s most interesting and evolving neighborhoods. This resilient…

    • Sylvan Park

      Sylvan Park has become one of Nashville’s great neighborhoods. Located in an established residential area just southwest of the Vanderbilt University area, this community has developed a personality of hipness…

    • Charlotte Park

      Tired of those high Area 2 prices? Because of its affordability, Area 3 is a popular Nashville real estate alternative. Developed in the late 60’s, the street names such as…

    • Leiper’s Fork

      More rural and further removed from city-life, little Leiper’s Fork has definitely emerged as the new “place to be”. Painters, musicians, craftspeople, sculptors, and photographers have discovered Leiper’s Fork. With…

    • Nolensville

      As growth in Williamson County heads east, Nolensville is experiencing a boom. This is an “up and coming” community! A home-building explosion is going on in historic Nolensville, however homes…

    • Fairview

      With the county’s most affordable housing and a relatively undeveloped small town atmosphere, Fairview is another good Williamson County choice for young families. Homes here may contain more acreage than…

    • Thompson Station/Spring Hill

      Thompson Station, the county’s smallest city, is another “find” for affordable housing for those willing to drive a little farther south from Nashville. This area is a mix of young,…

    • Dickson/Hickman Counties

      Dickson County consists of the towns of White Bluff, Dickson, Burns and Cumberland Furnace. A bit farther out but within an hour to Nashville is Hickman County for those of…

    • Cheatham County

      Kingston Springs, Pegram and Ashland City are all small towns within minutes to Nashville. If you are the type who likes the quieter country side of life then head on…