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Beautiful single level living with a large bonus room and bath above garage. Beautiful tall ceilings, arches, and hardwood in open concept main living area. Large master with sitting area and updated master bath. Fenced in back yard. Enjoy a chance to live in desirable Christiansted Valley! $633,000 Active

6281 Palomar Ct Nashville, Tennessee

3 Beds 4 Baths 2,963 SqFt 0.220 Acres

Fresh and airy cottage within walking distance to Sip Cafe! 3 bedrooms plus office! Perfect fenced level yard, covered porch, hardwoods, replacement windows, original retro tiled bathroom, lots of natural light, large kitchen w/ ample counter space, new butcher block, tile, back splash and spray faucet, designated laundry room w/ separate back door. Musicians - paneled bedroom has been used for recording studio - has sound proof dividing wall and door. $349,900 Active

1019 Horseshoe Dr Nashville, Tennessee

3 Beds 1 Baths 1,103 SqFt 0.250 Acres

Stunning One level home on huge double lot in East Nashville*Beautifully Renovated 4 Bdrm, 2.5 bath home features an Amazing Chef's kitchen w/tons of cabinets*stainless appliances & granite counters*4th bdrm w/bath makes a perfect set up for a private office*Master has a custom closet & patio doors that open to a large deck that looks over the 1/2 acre park-like yard*Back yard is truly a private retreat*2 Car Gar w/carport*Great neighborhood & Zoned for Dan Mills elementary. Lots of updates. $615,000 Active

1215 Kirkland Ave Nashville, Tennessee

4 Beds 3 Baths 2,206 SqFt 0.540 Acres

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Quick Facts

Population (2016): 684,410
Zip Codes: 37201, 37203, 37204, 37205, 37206, 37207, 37209, 37210, 37211, 37212, 37213, 37214, 37215, 37216, 37217, 37218, 37219, 37220, 37221, 37228
Median Listing Price: $350,000
Median Closing Price: N/A
County: Davidson County
School District: Metro Nashville Public Schools

Travel & Commute Times

Brentwood: 16 mins
Franklin: 28 mins
Gallatin: 36 mins

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About Nashville

Affectionately known as Music City, U.S.A., Nashville is truly one of the most spectacular cities south of the Mason-Dixon Line. As Tennessee’s capital and home to the prestigious Vanderbilt University, it’s a wonderful mix of history and modern amenities. The music scene is second-to-none, and the city’s mild climate and beautiful transitions between seasons make it a wonderful place to live, work and play.

There are dozens of live music venues, restaurants, shops and entertainment hot spots all over Nashville. It’s home to the historic Ryman Auditorium, the Grand Ole Opry, the Bluebird Café and the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Music Row is a vibrant downtown district that houses the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the Bridgestone Arena, the Frist Art Museum and so much more.

It’s not just about the entertainment, though. Nashville is home to distinctive neighborhoods that each have their own character – and there’s one that’s made for you. From Belmont and Hillsboro Village to 12South, SoBro and Wedgewood-Houston, you’ll find the perfect place to settle in when you move to this spectacular city.

Commute Times From Nashville to Major Cities

Nashville is conveniently situated on three interstates: I-64, I-40 and I-24. That means you can live in Nashville, in the heart of it all, and easily commute to other areas. Here’s a quick run-down of what’s close by.

  • Brentwood: 10.2 miles
  • Fairview: 32.9 miles
  • Franklin: 21.5 miles
  • Hendersonville: 18.8 miles
  • La Vergne: 20.2 miles
  • Lebanon: 31.6 miles
  • Murfreesboro: 34.4 miles
  • Nolensville: 22 miles
  • Spring Hill: 35.8 miles
  • Springfield: 29.4 miles

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Schools in Nashville

Children living in Nashville are part of Metro Nashville Public Schools. The district runs approximately 160 elementary, middle and high schools. There are several private schools in the city, as well.

Dining, Shopping, and Entertainment in Nashville

Music City is an excellent place to live. Several shopping districts, including Green Hills, 12 South and Marathon Village, have all kinds of boutiques, stores and shops. There are dozens of fantastic restaurants in the city, which is also known for its spectacular nightlife. There’s never a dull moment in Nashville – unless you want to slow down in one of the city’s myriad public parks, green spaces or golf courses.

Golf in Nashville

There are several award-winning golf courses in Nashville, including:

  • Harpeth Hills
  • Hermitage
  • Percy Warner
  • Ted Rhodes
  • Two Rivers
  • Vinny Links

Public Parks and Recreation in Nashville

The city of Nashville maintains and operates several public parks, playgrounds, sports fields and dog parks. Some of the most notable include Sevier Park and Centennial Park and Sportsplex.

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