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Downtown Nashville, TN - Homes for Sale and Community Information
Downtown Nashville is sort of a friendlier, countrified Manhattan, with its tall bank buildings and lively nightlife. Downtown Nashville residents benefit from a revitalized area, the result of efforts initiated by numerous public and private partnerships,
and community preservation efforts are ongoing
. As a result, Downtown Nashville is an attractive and welcoming environment that includes the central business district and a vital entertainment and dining scene. Downtown Nashville residents enjoy a sense of Nashville history as well as scenic parks and other attractions. Homes for sale here include spectacular high rise condos with a river view and the best amenities, as well as modern townhouses close to the action.
area includes West End Avenue and Vanderbilt University, Church St. west of I-65, and Hillsboro Village. The southern magnolia dotted streets of Midtown are an attraction in their own right, with a great array of shops, restaurants and art galleries.
is a master-planned urban district, a vital neighborhood that attracts visitors for its trendy restaurants, clubs and shops. Luxury condos in The Gulch have dazzling city views (from up to 22 stories high), high ceilings, walk-in closets and spacious balconies.
Both modern Nashville and historical Nashville is intertwined with the evolution of and history of
. However, Downtown Nashville started out as an Indian hunting ground, and was briefly visited by Spanish explorer De Soto. The French established fur trading posts in 1717. The area's first initial settlement was called Bluff Station, and the area was eventual established with about 60 families that settled along the Cumberland River. General and U.S. President Andrew Jackson started as a Nashville politician. He made his fame at the battle of New Orleans, which he largely won thanks to the crack Tennessee militia. Nashville became the state capital in 1843. Today, owners can explore the area through the lively performances of the Tennessee History Festival in Bicentennial Capitol Mall.
Parks and Recreation
Parks and recreation
areas are plentiful near Downtown Nashville. There are many open spaces for walking, biking and other activities. For golfers, McCabe Golf Course is a "must play" course for locals. The best known park is
Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
. This park is known for the yearly spectacular events held there and its beautiful fall foliage and unique and scenic Court of Three Stars. Others include Centennial Park and the Parthenon, Radnor Lake Natural Area, and the Cheekwood Art and Gardens Center.
Attractions and Events
Downtown Nashville homes are a brisk walk from a lively nightlife scene (especially music shows) and more than 110 shopping options. Attractions include the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Nashville Children's Theater, and War Memorial Auditorium. Downtown Nashville Properties also offer easy access to Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Music City Marketplace, and the Bridgestone Arena. The Gulch offers its own brand of nightlife, including restaurant/clubs like Bar Louie, Hops and Crafts, and Music City Flats.
From the Music City New Year's Eve Bash to the Country Music Marathon, Downtown Nashville offers many exciting
and annual gatherings. These include the CMA Awards, the Nashville Film Festival, the Annual Nashville Auto Fest, and the Ragin Cajun Crawfish Boil. There's also Nashville's Wine on the River event, Grand Ole Opry Birthday Bash, the Annual Tennessee State Fairgrounds Christmas Village extravaganza, and the Jack Daniel's World Championship Invitational Barbeque. For sports fans, the NFL’s Tennessee Titans play across the river in LP Field.
Downtown Nashville: Music City is a Vital and Thriving Community
Anyone looking for a home in Downtown or Midtown Nashville has plenty of choices, and an assist is definitely a good idea. To help weigh all your options, get in touch with the Nashville team of
right away to find out more about this upscale city and its wealth of beautiful homes. Call them at
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