We love Nashville—it's a thriving hub of activity and culture, with a bustling night life, a booming economy, and so many places to go and things to see. Nashville, Franklin, and the surrounding areas offer the best of both worlds; you have the option to live in the suburbs with that small town charm or live the big city life. We are proud to call it our home.
What makes Nashville special?
Nashville serves as a hub of activity in the state due to its centrality. This is ideal for residents, as they have access to several scenic destination spots, all within a 2-hour drive. Additionally, an international airport is nearby, only 15 minutes from Downtown Nashville.
Job Market Growth
Nashville has seen consistent and rapid growth. At only 3%, the unemployment rate is incredibly low, ranking lower than the national average. Nashville offers opportunities in both large businesses and thriving start-ups, in a variety of industries including music, technology, and health.
Low Cost of Living
With job market growth comes a booming economy and a burst of new construction. The Nashville area is an affordable place to live compared to other major cities and metro areas. Considering average housing costs and household incomes, this area offers better value.
Thriving Green Space
The Nashville area is one of the most inviting for outdoor activities. Green space is plentiful, with parks, walking trails, and lakes. Centennial Park, Nashville’s most famous park, features a reproduction of The Parthenon. There is even a scenic river walkway along the Cumberland River.
Music City Culture
Home to the Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville's biggest draw is music. Along with Nashville's vibrant live music scene and several world-class stages, you will love the bustling nightlife at famous honky-tonk bars like Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge and Robert’s Western World.
Attractions & Destinations
Nashville is home to several well-known destination spots like the beautiful Centennial Park. Our popular food scene boasts southern meat-and-three style restaurants, where hot chicken is a must! Nashville is known for this cayenne-spiced treat, originating from Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack.
Explore the Neighborhoods
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- EAST NASHVILLE
- 12th SOUTH
- THE NATIONS
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Only 15 miles south of Nashville, Franklin offers all your modern conveniences. It is located in the Cool Springs area, a major commercial center bustling with activity. The historically rich charm of Downtown Main Street is a plus, and they’re always celebrating a different festival. Here you can find beautiful architecture with historic homes and businesses lining the streets. Franklin is known for its suburbs, history, new construction, and top-rated schools. SEARCH HERE
One of the wealthiest cities in America, Brentwood boasts a low density residential community with an average lot size of 1 acre. It is located just south of Nashville in Williamson county, among rolling hills, beautiful neighborhoods, and the Maryland Farms Office Park. SEARCH HERE
In both Williamson and Maury counties, Spring Hill lies 30 miles south of Nashville. Characterized as a metropolis of new restaurants, businesses, and subdivisions, this area is distinguished by its new housing and affordable pricing. SEARCH HERE
This charming rapidly growing city, incorporated in 1996, is located southeast of Nashville in Williamson county. Neighborhoods have continued to sprout up with restaurants and commercial buildings with many new shops. This area has a small-town feel, combining rural and suburban lifestyles. SEARCH HERE
Only blocks from downtown Nashville, this area is home to Nashville’s largest year-round Farmers Market, AAA Baseball Stadium, and Bicentennial Capitol State Park. You can enjoy the brick-paved street while taking in the Victorian architecture on your way to the many shops and restaurants this area offers. You can find both new and historic structures making it a place for all. Live, work, play. SEARCH HERE
This neighborhood, one of the largest in Nashville, lies on the eastern side of the Cumberland River and is made up of many burrows. Here, one can find repurposed historic homes along with vibrant, hip shops and restaurants, making this a go-to for many. Everyone can find something they enjoy in East Nashville, whether it’s a style of home or way of life; it has it all. It contains communities at Five Points, Inglewood, Cleveland Park, and Lockeland Springs. SEARCH HERE
One of the most visited neighborhoods in Nashville, 12th South is known for its local boutiques, delicious restaurants, and high price points. It makes for one of the most desirable communities in all of Nashville. Sidewalk-lined streets make it walkable, but it also offers easy access to the interstate. SEARCH HERE
A newer, hot neighborhood on the west side of Nashville has undergone many industrial and residential revitalizations. Its popularity has boomed with the introduction of new restaurants, walkable streets, breweries and newly constructed homes. This smaller neighborhood offers modern, affordable, and convenient options to those wanting to live in the city. SEARCH HERE
Its proximity to downtown, 12th South, 8th Av, The Gulch, and Belmont offers endless possibilities to this newly discovered area once called the Faigrounds. Host to the new professional soccer stadium, this area has had a resurgence of development, both commercial and residential, making it ideal for those wanting convenience and growth. SEARCH HERE
This area is located 13 miles southeast of downtown and borders the Harpeth River, Warner Parks, and the Natchez Trace Parkway. Bellevue is rated one of the top areas for hiking and exploring the outdoors. A new outdoor mall and many restaurants make this area hard to leave. Bellevue offers both traditional homes and new construction for a more affordable price. SEARCH HERE