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Nashville Community Page Real Estate Analysis

Considered one of largest cities in the southeast, Nashville is the capital city of Tennessee. Nashville is also referred to as Music City as it is the heart and soul of country music. Home of the Johnny Cash Museum and stationed alongside the Cumberland River, the city offers top quality food, excellent living conditions and incredible resources for music.

Shopping and Dining

Located in the heart of Music City on the lower side of Broadway, there are a wide range of music stores and museums to venture into including the Johnny Cash Museum and the Historic Travellers Rest Plantation and Museum. Explore the incredible selection of sheet music, guitars, and a multitude of other instruments and CDs from artists of all genres of music in local stores. Indulge in a wide range of food offered in such shops as the Rocket Fizz Soda Pop and Candy Shop to the Savannah Candy Kitchen. With a ton of family style restaurants, enjoy quality time with family and friends in such places as the Seafood Sensations and Bakersfield. There are additional types of restaurants to enjoy from Italian to German to Mexican to all American. There is something for everyone in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee.

Parks and Recreation

There’s plenty to do in the city of Nashville. Visit the Centennial SportsPlex to go swimming or play tennis at its tennis center. Take in a game of golf at the Nashville Fairways or go on a long hike, bike ride or jog through the greenways and trails that add up to about 190 miles. In some areas on the trails in Davidson County there’s horseback riding allowed and equestrian. Visit the Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center or the Two Rivers Skate Park where there is not only inline skating, ice skating and skate boarding there is basketball, tennis  and bmx bike riding allowed.


With the median price of $203,400 for Nashville real estate, there are mostly condos and apartments available to residents in the heart of the city. Nashville real estate is abundant with such properties as its upscale and trendy condominiums at The Viridian and apartments at the 500 Fifth Apartments. Explore the luxury lifestyle in high rise apartments alongside casual living within a walkable environment nearby grocery stores, music venues, clothing stores, restaurants and bars, and fitness centers. The lifestyle in Nashville is complete with convenience with so many employment opportunities nearby and plenty of things to do.


From preschool to colleges, there is plenty of education available to those who have invested in Nashville real estate. For those interested in investing their time into a particular major such as the medical field, consider the Nashville College of Medical Careers or save some cash by attending the local Remington College in Nashville. The Nashville State Community College will help save money for the children of homeowners of Nashville real estate while there are other educational opportunities through a private Christian College and Tennessee State University.

Health and Transportation

There’s plenty of healthcare facilities available for those living in Nashville. From children hospitals that cater to the care of children to the emergency hospitals. Some of the more popular hospitals available are St. Thomas Hospital, Baptist Hospital, the long term care center with Kindred Hospital and the well known Vanderbilt University Medical Center. There are quite a few local healthcare centers for those without insurance.

Nashville offers plenty of public transportation opportunities for residents. There are buses through the Metro Transit Authority to take advantage of rather than riding a bike or driving a car where there are plenty of parking fees required when parking the car downtown. Make a reservation for a bus to come and pick up and drop off through Access Ride services that also offer the disabled an easy way to get back and forth. Other means of transportation available for Nashville residents include taxis and the Ride Share with Uber and Lyft.

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Nashville School Data

Nashville School Districts

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools
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Nashville Schools

Cohn Alternative Learning Center
9-12, public
Hull Jackson Montessori Magnet
PK-4, public
Cora Howe School
K-12, public
East Nashville Magnet School
5-12, public
Baxter Alternative Learning Center
7-12, public
Alex Green Elementary School
PK-4, public
Amqui Elementary School
PK-4, public
Andrew Jackson Elementary School
PK-4, public
Apollo Middle School
5-8, public
Mckissack Middle School
5-8, public
Bellevue Middle School
5-8, public
Bellshire Elementary Design Center
PK-4, public
Bordeaux Elementary Enhanced Option
PK-6, public
Brookmeade Elementary School
K-4, public
Caldwell Enhanced Option
PK-4, public
Cameron Middle School
5-8, public
Chadwell Elementary School
PK-4, public
Charlotte Park Elementary School
PK-4, public
Cockrill Elementary School
PK-4, public
Cole Elementary School
PK-4, public
Cora Howe Elementary School
PK-4, public
Cotton Elementary School
PK-4, public
Crieve Hall Elementary School
K-4, public
Cumberland Elementary School
PK-4, public
Dalewood Middle School
5-8, public