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What is Nashville known for?

Located in Davidson County, the city of Nashville is the anchor to a metro population of nearly 2 million residents. The growth of Nashville has caused residents to expand outside of city limits and explore neighboring cities such as Gallatin and Hendersonville to the north, Mount Juliet and Lebanon to the east, Franklin and Brentwood to the south, and Pegram and White Bluff to the west. Much of this growth is thanks to a lower cost of living and a strong local economy. Tennessee has a favorable tax rate for residents and businesses alike. Many businesses are relocating their corporate headquarters to Nashville in response and residents from high-tax states such as California and New York are moving to Nashville daily.

Who is Nashville a good fit for?

If you’re a fan of great food, live music, and endless entertainment, then you’ll want to consider planting your roots in Nashville, Tennessee. Although Music City gained its notoriety for the lively Honky Tonks on Broadway, the city isn’t just for music aficionados. The favorable cost of living, low unemployment rate, and rapid development make it a great place to raise a family or even begin your professional career.

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Homes For Sale in Nashville

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NEW NEW NEW! Looking for a fresh newly renovated home that is move in ready with tons of NEW things!! The home has new hvac, new cabinets, fixtures, custom tile. new flooring, refinished hardwoods, new paver patio and much more! finished basement area for extra living area and a garage with some extra storage space!

2615 Ennis Rd

Nashville, TN 37210

$339,900Save $5,099

2 Beds

1 Baths

1,319 sqft

Looking for your dream home in Sylvan Park? Look no further than 4003 Utah Avenue! This home is 3,654 square feet with an additional 484 square feet of heated loft space above the garage. The sprawling primary suite is situated on the first level with a massive walk-in closet. Enjoy your morning coffee or cozy evenings by the fire on the covered porch. Three additional bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom, as well as a massive bonus room, are located on the second level.

4003 Utah Ave

Nashville, TN 37209

$1,590,000Save $23,850

4 Beds

6 Baths

4,142 sqft

Looking for your dream home in Sylvan Park? Look no further than 4005 Utah Avenue! This home is 3,654 square feet with an additional 484 square feet of heated loft space above the garage. The sprawling primary suite is situated on the first level with a massive walk-in closet. Enjoy your morning coffee or cozy evenings by the fire on the covered porch. Three additional bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom, as well as a massive bonus room, are located on the second level.

4005 Utah Ave

Nashville, TN 37209

$1,590,000Save $23,850

4 Beds

6 Baths

4,138 sqft

MOVE IN READY!! This 3/2 with over 1600 Sq ft includes a two story living room with a fireplace, catwalk over looking family room from upstairs loft area! Large bedrooms, well thoughout floor plan with tons of outdoor space for family, friends or the furry kind!

2921 High Rigger Dr

Nashville, TN 37217

$289,900Save $4,349

3 Beds

2 Baths

1,650 sqft

SOLD AS-IS. Property has tenant do not disturbed tenant. Great property for a complete renovation or tear down and build new. Currently renting for $895. New sewer line to street in 2019, new water line to street in 2015.

877 Granada Ave

Nashville, TN 37206

$224,900Save $3,374

3 Beds

1 Baths

968 sqft

Exquisite design meets world-class service at the Residences at Broadwest, Nashville's first high-rise with access to hotel services including room service, housekeeping, valet parking & more. Never before seen high-rise finishes including Subzero-Wolf kitchen appliances, motorized shades & refrigerated wine storage, all standard. Resort-style rooftop amenities on the 34th floor exclusive to owners (not shared w/ hotel guests). Private Sales Gallery appointments available.

1616 West End Avenue

Nashville, TN 37203

$1,010,000Save $15,150

2 Beds

2.5 Baths

1,323 sqft

This 1915 renovated Cleveland Park home has it all! If you're looking for charm, modern, and new - this is it! The home has a covered, wrap-around porch, soaring ceilings, design galore - from the tile in the bathrooms to the fixtures, quartz countertops in bathrooms and kitchen, a tankless water heater, a big deck & yard, & so much more! The MASTER is a showstopper! It gets better! The home has income potential! A DADU can be built in the backyard for an owner-occupied Airbnb or rental.

1004 N 5th St

Nashville, TN 37207

$625,000Save $9,375

3 Beds

2.5 Baths

2,067 sqft

Great home with original hardwood floors, large backyard, spacious garage, and stellar location - 6 miles to Germantown/Downtown, 6.5 miles to East Nashville, and 7 miles to Sylvan Park

4009 Meadow Road

Nashville, TN 37218

$315,000Save $4,725

3 Beds

1 Baths

1,300 sqft

Come sit on a full length shaded porch with drink in hand! Beautiful updated 4bed/2.5bath home feature bamboo hardwood floors. Formal living and ding rooms. Spacious primary downstairs w/ en-suite, soaker tub and double vanities. Large eat-in kitchen, SS appliances. Fully fenced in backyard with deck and large mature trees prefect for entertaining!

1125 Meridian St

Nashville, TN 37207

$699,999Save $10,500

4 Beds

2.5 Baths

2,446 sqft

Brand new beautiful home features vaulted ceilings, white kitchen with stainless steel appliances, walk in closets, quartz countertops, hardwood flooring, large front porch & tons of natural light. Flex room would make a great office or exercise room. Just 4 miles to downtown. The community offers a drop-in kayak ramp to Mill Creek, walking trails, and beautiful courtyards. Non smoking home. Pets are allowed with screening. 50 lbs max, 2 pet max. $500 non refundable per pet. App fee is $100.

759 Mill Creek Meadow Dr

Nashville, TN 37214

$3,100Save $47

4 Beds

3.5 Baths

2,466 sqft

Beautifully appointed & fully furnished studio in midtown’s premier full-service high-rise. Floor to ceiling windows, gated assigned parking, fiber internet, and Directv included. Adelicia is a secure access, building with a 24-hour concierge, Olympic pool, poolside lounge, fitness center with a personal trainer, fiber internet and Directv included. Walk to Vanderbilt, Music Row, and Hillsboro Village, and Midtown’s best shops & restaurants.

1920 Adelicia St

Nashville, TN 37212

$2,100Save $32

1 Beds

1 Baths

658 sqft

Updated 3-Bedroom, 2-Bath single family home for rent in great location in East Nashville. The home features a spacious open living room and kitchen with vaulted ceilings. The master is located at the back of the home and features a decrative fireplace. There are two large additional bedrooms and a large laundry/mud room. Enjoy the big fenced-in backyard, off street parking and shorage shed. Freshly painted with up-to-date appliances, fixtures. Washer/Dryer included. Dogs Only, must be appoved.

1604 Essex Ave

Nashville, TN 37216

$2,800Save $42

3 Beds

2 Baths

1,600 sqft

**FURNISHED, BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED TOWNHOME NEAR NIPPER'S CORNER CONVENIENT TO BRENTWOOD AND DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE** Completely remodeled kitchen, baths, flooring, and lighting. Open living/ dining/ kitchen. Two beds and two full baths on upper level. Office/ second living area on lower level with a 2-car garage. Deck overlooks wooded area behind the home. Just around the corner from Nipper's Corner with grocery stores, restaurants, and retail. Can also rent unfurnished. Rent includes utilities!

4704 Brighton Village Dr

Nashville, TN 37211

$2,500Save $38

2 Beds

2.5 Baths

1,530 sqft

Short term rental eligible residences along the riverfront, in the heart of Nashville!

700 1st Street, N

Nashville, TN 37201

$989,900Save $14,849

3 Beds

2.5 Baths

1,553 sqft

Sparkling clean, brick home located on short cul-de-sac. LIVE IN NOW WHILE YOU UPDATE to your favs! Vaulted ceilings in all bedrooms. Master has large walk-inn closet, dbl sink vanities. Open plan in Living, Dining, Kitchen area. Oversized bonus room has soaring ceilings and palladium windows. New deck overlooks fabulous back yard with nice shade trees. Roof installed 2021. Inspections welcome but seller will do no repairs. Sold in "As Is" condition.

2501 Polo Pl

Nashville, TN 37211

$430,000Save $6,450

3 Beds

2 Baths

1,960 sqft

Short term rental eligible residences along the riverfront, in the heart of Nashville!

700 1st Street, N

Nashville, TN 37201

$999,900Save $14,999

3 Beds

2.5 Baths

1,599 sqft

Short term rental eligible residences along the riverfront, in the heart of Nashville!

700 1st Street, N

Nashville, TN 37201

$579,900Save $8,699

1 Beds

1 Baths

961 sqft

Short term rental eligible residences along the riverfront, in the heart of Nashville!

700 1st Street, N

Nashville, TN 37201

$1,019,900Save $15,299

2 Beds

2 Baths

1,445 sqft

Short term rental eligible residences along the riverfront, in the heart of Nashville!

700 1st Street, N

Nashville, TN 37201

$1,039,900Save $15,599

2 Beds

2 Baths

1,360 sqft

Owner Agent property...This one won't last long. It is the cheapest residential listing in Nashville at the time of this listing. On top of that, it is completely renovated! The first floor 1 bed 1 bath condo has been completely remodeled from the studs out. This includes new electric in 2019, New HVAC in 2019 & 100% of the finishes. Including a new bathroom and kitchen.

270 Tampa Dr

Nashville, TN 37211

$84,900Save $1,274

1 Beds

1 Baths

728 sqft

Modern luxury new construction in Woodbine. No detail was spared in this custom home by Uncommon Development. Wide plank European white oak hardwood floors throughout, custom cabinets with huge island, 8ft Pella windows, 36 inch gas range, Herringbone fireplace insert, 10ft ceilings on main level, marble tile. Open concept floorplan with separate guest suite on 1st floor, 2 car garage, and deck spanning entire back of house. Too many upgrades to list!

115 McCall St

Nashville, TN 37211

$650,000Save $9,750

3 Beds

3.5 Baths

2,025 sqft

Short term rental eligible residences along the riverfront, and in the heart of Nashville!

700 1st Street, N

Nashville, TN 37201

$819,900Save $12,299

3 Beds

2.5 Baths

1,599 sqft

Modern luxury new construction in Woodbine. No detail was spared in this custom home by Uncommon Development. Wide plank European white oak hardwood floors throughout, custom cabinets with huge island, 8ft Pella windows, 36 inch gas range, Herringbone fireplace insert, 10ft ceilings on main level, marble tile. Open concept floorplan with separate guest suite on 1st floor, 2 car garage, and deck spanning entire back of house. Too many upgrades to list!

113 McCall St.

Nashville, TN 37211

$650,000Save $9,750

3 Beds

3.5 Baths

2,025 sqft

The ultimate Nashville lifestyle awaits! Desirable neighborhood, next to parks,12 South & 10 min to downtown! Old character meets updated contemporary. 2 car garage-huge unfinished basement, laundry room and a charming outdoor patio and big front yard. Light and bright w/ no detail spared. This home is an entertainers dream! The master suite has vaulted ceilings, built-ins, double vanities and a large walk-in closet. New plumbing, electric, HVAC, windows, appliances. Glendale Elem priority zone.

843 Battlefield Dr

Nashville, TN 37204

$749,000Save $11,235

3 Beds

2.5 Baths

1,750 sqft

Incredible condo in the heart of Downtown Nashville's Art District. Historic building right next to Woolworths with 2 Beds 2 Baths, juliette balcony, hardwoods, assigned parking in gated garage and rooftop terrace. Amazing location, walk out your door to Frothy Monkey, YMCA, Starbucks, D. Andrews, Ryman, Printers Alley...you name it! Pets are allowed on a case by case basis with applicable deposit. Water is included. Other utilities are secured by renter. Does NOT come furnished.

231 Rep John Lewis Way, N

Nashville, TN 37219

$2,800Save $42

2 Beds

2 Baths

1,184 sqft

Listed on Nashville MLS-Please have a real estate agent call for inquiries. Like new beautiful townhome in Bellevue Station. Bright open floor plan, 2 large bedroom suites, 1 car garage, hardwood floors, quatrz kitchen counter tops, convenient location minutes from Warner Park, shopping, etc. No pets, No smoking, No vaping. Must submit to credit & background check.

7635 Veranda Ct

Nashville, TN 37221

$2,000Save $30

2 Beds

2.5 Baths

1,412 sqft

Completely renovated house, all appliances included, washer dryer included, lawn care included. No Smoking. NO Cats. Small dogs may be approved with non-refundable deposit. Call/Text Donna @ 615-339-8550 for more information/schedule showing.

615 Nashua Ln

Nashville, TN 37209

$1,800Save $27

3 Beds

1 Baths

900 sqft

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Where to eat, hang out and have a good time

Nashville is home to a number of James Beard award-winning restaurants. Catbird Seat, Henrietta Red, Folk, and Bastion are a few of the many standout restaurants located in Nashville. The city has a strong and growing culinary presence throughout several of its neighborhoods. With so many great options narrowing down the top favorites isn’t easy, but you can never go wrong with the Nashville classics at Arnold’s Country Kitchen, Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, or The Loveless Cafe.

The world-famous Downtown Honky Tonk bars feature live music throughout the day and night. Iconic Broadway favorites include The Stage and Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge. The city also offers many upscale cocktail lounges, such as the Patterson House. You can even find several popular rooftop bars at prestigious Nashville hotels, such as the Westin or Thompson Hotel.

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Pros & Cons of living in Nashville

Pros

  • Endless entertainment and live music.
  • Favorable cost of living for a metropolitan city.
  • Low unemployment rate & rapid development.

Cons

  • Public transportation is not the most efficient.
  • Heavy traffic.
  • Intense humidity during the summer months.

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How to get around in Nashville

The average one-way commute time for those living in Nashville is approximately 26 minutes. Some neighborhoods in Nashville are very walkable, however, depending on where you live and work, you’ll likely need a car. WeGo is the city’s public transportation bus system. It operates throughout Nashville and Davidson County, but most of the bus routes run closer to the downtown region. Using the public transport system is not as common in Nashville as compared to many traditional metropolitan cities.

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Parks and Recreation in Nashville

Even with the rapid development occurring in Nashville, the city still offers a variety of green spaces and parks. Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park features 19-acres of land and stunning capitol views. The location hosts a number of local events, such as the Nashville Farmers Market. Centennial Park is another popular park centrally located in Nashville. It stretches over 132-acres and is home to the iconic Parthenon replica. Additional favorite parks located throughout the city include Cumberland Park, The Warner Parks, and Radnor Lake.

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Cumberland Park

592 S 1st St, Nashville, TN 37213

Cumberland Park is a play space for children and families and a location for events. There is a stone climbing wall, spray park, bouncing pad, a maze, see-saws, and an outdoor amphitheatre for events.

Things to do around Nashville

You can't mention Nashville without making reference to its nickname, "Music City." Nothing epitomizes this nickname better than the Broadway strip found in Downtown Nashville. This road lined with Honky Tonk bars brings in over 16 million tourists per year. Nashville is also a sports town and is home to professional teams such as the Nashville Predators hockey team, Tennessee Titans football team, and Nashville FC soccer team. The Nashville Sounds, a AAA baseball team also calls the popular Germantown neighborhood home. Nashville is known as much for its rich history as it is for its music and sports. Most notably, the former home and current museum of President Andrew Jackson is located in Hermitage, a neighborhood located between Old Hickory Lake and Percy Priest Lake. Speaking of lakes, Nashville has a rich landscape. The Cumberland River passes directly through Downtown Nashville and the Smoky Mountain National Park is a three-hour drive east.

Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

Zoo

3777 Nolensville Pike, Nashville, TN 37211

Country Music Hall of Fame Museum

Country Music Museum

222 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Nashville, TN 37203

Ryman Auditorium

Concert venue

116 5th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219

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Nashville School Info

Nashville and its surrounding suburbs offer a number of top-performing public and private schools. Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet and Martin Luther King Jr Magnet School are the two leading public schools within the city limits. Another Grade A public school in Nashville is Meigs Academic Magnet, which offers classes for grades 5-8. The top private institution in the area is University School in Nashville.

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Crime in Nashville

In the past year in Nashville there were 41% more assaults, 32% more burglaries, 41% more robberies, 44% more vehicle thefts compared to the national median.

According to Neighborhood Scout, Nashville has one of the highest documented crime rates in the nation. While this is likely influenced due to tourism, both property and violent crime rates are exceptionally high. One thing to note about the crime rates is that it does vary by area. Certain neighborhoods are less affected by crime, whereas others have higher reports. Nashville’s metropolitan police department partners with Crime Mapping to disclose reported crime in various areas of the city.

Cost of Living in Nashville

Nashville’s overall cost of living is comparable to the U.S average. While housing costs are the highest expense category, it is still favorable for a metropolitan city. The average home cost in Nashville is $474,939. Renters account for roughly 41% of the residential population, and the average rental price for a one-bedroom unit is around $1,000.

  • Education costs 1.30% more than the national average.
  • Entertainment costs 6.40% less than the national average.
  • Food costs 0% more than the national average.
  • In Nashville utilities costs 2.70% more than the national average.
  • Healthcare costs 13.5% less than the national average.

Overall, Nashville’s cost of living is 0.5% less expensive than the national average.

Job Market of Nashville

436,563 Total Popultation

The median household income in Nashville is $56,597 and the average household income in Nashville is $71,966. 15.56% of the population people works in Healthcare, 11.49% works in Education, and 11.48% works in Retail.

Real Estate Trends of Nashville

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Active Listing
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Avg. Days on Market
$482,879
Average Listing Price
$474,939
Average Sales Price
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Sales-to-list Ratio

Music City as it's known is mostly comprised of single-family homes although Downtown Nashville has a number of luxurious high-rise residential condos. The residential real estate boom Nashville is undergoing is largely the result of a city-wide housing shortage. Even though Downtown Nashville seems like it has been taken over by cranes and new construction in the suburbs, people are moving to the city faster than developers can provide extra housing. As long as home buyers are competing over a limited number of desirable properties, home values should continue to skyrocket.

This isn’t to say, however, that all Nashville neighborhoods are created equal. To treat the city as a real estate monolith would be selling short the astounding housing variety within city limits. Although most options do not come cheap, Nashville offers homeowners everything from The Gulch’s downtown penthouses (typically 1,000 - 2,000 square feet) to the tree-lined suburban avenues of Green Hills (typically 2,500 - 4,000 square feet). Whatever style of living you're seeking, it’s somewhere to be found in Nashville’s patchwork of distinctive neighborhoods.

Homes in exceptionally walkable areas, like West End, often list for anywhere from $400,000 to over one million dollars. Places like Germantown, with easy access to Downtown, feature properties that range from around half a million dollars to three times that much.

Those looking for a more affordable entry into the city limits might consider settling in the Antioch, Bellevue, Donelson, or Madison neighborhoods. Many of the homes in these neighborhoods were built in the 1960s and 1970s but have since been updated.

Since becoming a homeowner in Nashville often represents a considerable financial commitment, it’s wise to get to know the character of each neighborhood to find the one best suited to your lifestyle and budget. Once you become well-acquainted with the real estate market of your desired area, you’ll have all the tools to secure your future in Nashville, Tennessee,

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Reviews of Nashville

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“Nashville as an entire city is so diverse.”

Nashville as an entire city is so diverse. It really has something for everyone. There are neighborhoods for families or single people. There are areas that feel very suburban and areas that feel like you are living in a large city. There are even parts of Nashville that still have farmland. I love that I can go to different parts of the city and find different foods and cultures, and because Nashville is always changing these neighborhoods stay dynamic. I will admit that I do not like going downtown, so I urge all visitors to look beyond the honky-tonks of broadway.

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“The city of Nashville is so awesome!”

The city of Nashville is so awesome! It is growing like crazy, even if you’ve been in the last five years it likely looks totally new. I’ve spent time on the West Coast & in Chicago, and living in Nashville is truly a great experience. There are so many neighborhoods located all around the city center and they each have a unique vibe. Some of my favorites include Germantown, The Gulch, and 12 South. Many areas in Nashville are also up and coming, so you can likely find great prices on homes! The surrounding suburbs are also beautiful, have top-performing schools, making it an ideal spot for raising a family! Some of my favorite surrounding areas include Franklin, Green Hills, and Nolensville The one downside to Nashville is the lack of public transportation around the urban center, so you can likely count on needing a car (depending on where you live/where). However, many of the downtown neighborhoods are very walkable though & the city has electric shareable scooters!

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FAQs

What is life in Nashville like?

When living in Nashville, you can expect a rockin’ music scene, lively nightlife entertainment, and a variety of good eats. The metropolitan city is rapidly growing, and each neighborhood has a unique atmosphere. Nashville has something great to offer for everyone.

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Why are homes in Nashville a good investment?

Purchasing a home in Nashville is a good investment due to the city’s rapid development, growth, and low unemployment rate. The city has a favorable cost of living, especially compared to many metro cities, and buyers can choose from several affordable properties.

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