Guides

  • Franklin

      Historical Franklin Tennessee, named after Benjamin Franklin, offers residents and tourists a charming and well preserved history.  The infamous Battle of Franklin raged here and monuments abound.  The downtown…

  • Brentwood

    Rich with history dating back to the Civil War, Brentwood is home to over 800 acres of parks and greenways, with over 20 miles of trails for biking, running and…

  • Williamson County

    As of 2012 Census, Williamson County population was estimated at 456,232. History Before settlers settled in 1798, the area was originally inhabited by at least five Native American cultures, including…

  • East Nashville

    Perfectly located on the other side of the Cumberland River from downtown, East Nashville boasts an eclectic, artistic culture that appeals to many residents of Nashville. There is an abundance…

  • Germantown

    With over 100 species of trees in the area, Germantown has been designated as a city Arboretum by the Nashville Tree Foundation.  Historic Germantown was  Nashville’s first suburb, established in…

  • Nations / Charlotte Park

    Located just north of Sylvan Park, this area boasts convenience to shopping, close proximity to downtown, and access to Interstate 40.  Neighborhoods in and around this area are Sylvan Heights,…

  • Downtown & Midtown Condos

    Downtown Nashville’s residential options has been revived over the last few years. There are many options for upscale condo living as well as loft space. Residents love living in heart…

  • Wedgewood Houston

      Revitalization is the new green trend for cities. Reviving distressed urban areas and bringing them back to life is on the rise.  Nashville and it’s developers have been perfecting…

  • Crieve Hall

    The Crieve Hall area, is named for the mansion originally bought by steel tycoon Herbert Farrell and his wife, the heiress of the Maxwell House fortune, in 1925. The couple…

  • Woodbine

    The Woodbine / Glencliff urban neighborhoods are located conveniently between the I-440 and I-24E corridor, just 5 miles from downtown. The area is culturally diverse with affordable housing as well…