Bellevue, TN Homes for Sale

Wild, wooded, and only 13 miles outside of downtown, Bellevue offers a lifestyle alternative to cosmopolitan living without having to sacrifice its convenience. During the 1950s, Bellevue was a simple farming community with a few shops. As it was slowly folded into the Greater Nashville real estate market the farms may have gone, but the area’s reputation as a peaceful, green shelter persisted. Today, it stands as one of Nashville’s largest and most established suburbs, and a pleasant aesthetic contrast to the bustling city life.

About Bellevue, Tennessee

How's the Bellevue real estate market?

Bellevue’s age and proximity to downtown have allowed the neighborhood to cultivate a wide range of properties, nearly all of which offer impressive value. The vast majority of single-family homes in the area were built between 1970 and 1999, which keeps property values from appreciating too rapidly. These two or three-bedroom houses usually sell for anywhere from the mid-$200s to the low-400s. New construction in the area tends to provide modern updates at a similar price. These homes tend to appear on compact lots that contrast with the more sprawling spaces of earlier construction eras. If you want this kind of space along with new construction, one of Bellevue’s advantages is an abundance of available and reasonably-priced land for building. Lots of all shapes and sizes are common and can provide you a custom suburban Nashville experience. One of the main reasons all this land is available so close to downtown is that, over the years, Bellevue has become a haven for upscale apartment living.

The majority of residents rent at one of the large complexes along I-40 and Highway 70 in the direction of town. For this close to the city, rent can be quite reasonable, ranging from $1,000 to upwards of $3,000 per month depending on the space you need. However, rent in the area averages around $1,700 thanks to the area’s enviable features and convenience. To get an accurate home valuation estimate, use our Bellevue home value calculator.

Why are homes in Bellevue a good investment?

Homes in Bellevue have always been a sound financial commitment, but all indications are that the next few years should see things really take off. Already average home sale prices have increased by 15% over the last twelve months, and the infusion of new construction should keep property values surging. Many new single-family housing developments are taking advantage of the available land, and the numbers suggest that people are clambering to fill the new spaces. Just over 6% of homes in Bellevue are vacant, which is an impressively low percentage considering the high number of apartments and condos available. Such a low vacancy rate, combined with a new and diverse array of properties, means home value appreciation. Therefore, it’s no surprise that property values are expected to grow by 8% next year.

What are things to do in Bellevue?

For nature lovers, this is simply the place to be. Percy Warner Park, a mountainous tract of land full of fields, hiking, and mountain biking, is the headliner. It’s truly a one-of-a-kind urban park complex big enough to handle as many visitors as the Greater Nashville area can muster. If you want more off-the-beaten-path options, though, the Harpeth River Greenway, Bellevue Park, Harpeth River State Park, and Hidden Lake Entrance Park all rest along the meandering Harpeth River. The northern end of the Natchez Trace Parkway, a scenic route that follows the path blazed by Native Americans and settlers through the area, also originates near Bellevue. Once you’re done with your exploring, get a bite to eat at Bellevue’s tremendous restaurant district along Highway 70; and if you’re willing to travel, the famous Loveless Cafe is right down the road.

How's the job market in Bellevue?

The median household income in Bellevue is $70,588 and the average household income in Bellevue is $83,205. Bellevue’s population is 42,144 of which 20.82% of people work in Healthcare, 12.02% of people work in Retail, and 11.29% of people work in Education. Furthermore, of the residents in Bellevue, 15.36% hold a Highschool diploma, 30.32% hold a Bachelor's degree, and 21.17% hold a Graduate degree.

How's the cost of living in Bellevue?

Overall, Bellevue’s cost of living is 25% more expensive than the national average. This is broken down further by the following cost of living factors:

  • In Bellevue education costs 38.5% more than the national average.
  • In Bellevue entertainment costs 23.20% more than the national average.
  • In Bellevue food costs 22.70% more than the national average.
  • In Bellevue utilities costs 17.5% more than the national average.
  • In Bellevue healthcare costs 10.20% more than the national average.

Is there a lot of crime in Bellevue?

In the past year in Bellevue there were 4% more assaults, 0% more burglaries, 24% more robberies, 5% more vehicle thefts compared to the national median.

Who is the most active real estate agent in Bellevue?

There are currently 191 real estate agents who serve the Bellevue market. The most active real estate agent in Bellevue by number of sold listings is Bryce Bell with 42 sold listings in the past 12 months. To see a list of the top realtors in Bellevue, use our real estate agent rankings tool.

Bellevue estate listings & homes for sale trends

There are currently 36 active listings in Bellevue. Sold homes in Bellevue took an average of 137 days to sell. The average listing price in Bellevue is $373,693 and the average sales price is $369,463 resulting in a sales-to-list ratio of 98.87%. At Felix Homes, our new listings in Bellevue are updated every 2 minutes so you can see new homes in Bellevue as soon as they come on the market.

Nearby cities to Bellevue

Nearby zip codes to Bellevue

What are popular subdivisions in Bellevue

Ashley Green

Avondale

Avondale Park

Belle Forest

Belle Pointe

Bellevue

Bellevue Commons

Bellevue Station

Boone Trace At Biltmore

Creekside Meadows

Cross Timbers

Devon Park

Doral Country Villa

Eagle Ridge At The Reserve

Harpeth Valley Park

Harpeth Woods

Holt Meadows

Horseshoe Bend

McPherson Place Townhomes

Montview

Natchez Pointe

ParkVue

Pine Forest

Poplar Creek Estates

Poplarwood

River Plantation

Riverbridge Community

Riverwalk

Rolling River Estates

Sheffield On The Harpeth

Somerset Farms

Stacy Square

Stephens Valley

Stonemeade

Summit Oaks

Traceside

Travis Trace

Wessex Towers

Westfield

Woodbury

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