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Figuring out what each unique area in Nashville has to offer can be hard. This Moving to Nashville Guide was designed to make your decision about what area to live a little easier!

If you want to be close to all the great things happening in Nashville, these are the top neighborhoods to research. Keep in mind, living this close to the city means higher cost of living. Of course, there are places available for less or more, so be alert and persistent! More information on these areas are at the end of the article. Midtown and West End have everything you need, including convenient stores, restaurants, shopping, bars, and entertainment.

Since you may not be familiar with Nashville neighborhood names or locations, take a quick glimpse at the map below. For example, Midtown technically encompasses Demonbreun, Elliston Place, and West End, but locals often refer to these areas separately.

The Gulch is located a little bit south of Downtown Nashville. You can walk to shops and restaurants in the Gulch as well as other areas such as Downtown Nashville , Demonbreun and Midtown. The Gulch is not ideal for families, but rather for young adults or people who want to be in the heart of the action in Nashville. The Gulch has everything you need to maintain a walkable lifestyle, including restaurants, bars, a grocery store, fitness studios, clothing stores, music venues, apartments and condos.

Downtown Nashville is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. You should expect to be a part of the tourist scene in Nashville and be affected by many of the events going on downtown. Downtown Nashville is not ideal for families, but is great for people who are new to Nashville and want to experience what Nashville is known for. If you have already experienced Nashville, either as a local or a passionate tourist, you may want to opt for living in another area so you can choose when to experience the Nashvegas energy.

Downtown Nashville has well over sixty bars and restaurants varying from local hotspots to national chains. Shopping in Downtown Nashville consists mainly of boot shops, western wear, souvenirs, and music stores.

As for living in Downtown Nashville or SoBro, there are mainly high-rises and apartment buildings. You will see a lot of college students, young adults, and families. Hillsboro Village tends to be more family-friendly due to the amount of single-family homes available. Since Hillsboro Village is right between Downtown Nashville and Green Hills, you are really close to everything, but you may drive more than you would in other areas. If you live in Hillsboro Village, you can enjoy over 15 bars and restaurants including Nashville staples like Pancake Pantry and Fido.

Hillsboro Village also has some great shopping including several unique boutiques and a local bookstore. It is home to the Belcourt Theatre , which is a theater house with productions like classic, independent and foreign films, musical performances, and live theater.

Although you can walk to restaurants, the theater, and shops, you would probably have to drive to get to a grocery store and the other areas around Nashville.

Hillsboro Village has a mix of town homes, houses, duplexes, and mid-sized apartment communities. A wide-variety of people live off West End, from wealthy professionals to college students. The Elliston Place demographic leans younger and hipper , especially with its close proximity to the Vanderbilt campus. Franklin Pike is a main artery to the city, so the area is always bustling with traffic. Germantown is one of the oldest areas in Nashville with an awesome, eclectic vibe.

The area is fairly small and is undergoing major development, so be sure to check it out before you make your move. Germantown is known for its annual Oktoberfest , when the entire city shows up for German beer, German traditions, and live music.

The night scene in Germantown is mild with most restaurants closing by 10pm. Germantown offers several different types of living options such as single-family homes, townhouses, duplexes and low-rises. People who live in Sylvan Park and Sylvan Heights tend to be very involved in the community and are very supportive of their neighborhood businesses.

There are also a couple shops, a natural foods market, and a salon. If you are an active person , Sylvan Park may interest you. Sylvan Park is wonderful for families of all types or single people wanting to be in a more residential area. Belmont Blvd is a beautiful, mainly residential area located right next to Belmont University.

Nestled between Hillsboro Village and 12 South , Belmont Blvd proves to be a desirable, central location in Nashville. From incredible million dollar homes to more affordable fixer-uppers, you will see all types of people along Belmont Blvd. This area is great for anyone, although, you do see a lot of strollers and tricycles in front yards. Belmont Blvd is a mile strip with wide sidewalks and bike lanes on both sides of the road making it superb for walking, jogging or biking.

There is also a great local clothing store, flower shop, and animal hospital. The mix of people on Belmont Blvd creates an energetic culture that keeps you guessing. If you choose to live on Belmont Blvd, you can walk to 12 South and Hillsboro Village pretty easily, but plan to drive to most of the other areas. You will find freelancers and musicians at the local coffeehouses and moms with strollers walking to the nearby Sevier Park.

From 12 South, you can walk to Belmont Blvd , but would need to drive to the other areas in Nashville. There are a couple apartment options, but most 12 South residents live in houses along the perpendicular side streets of 12 Avenue South.

This area would be suitable for young couples or singles looking for a good central location and more affordable living options. Edgehill Village focuses mostly on commercial space and less on residential living, but if you can find a nice home in this area, you can enjoy the location and awesomeness in Edgehill Village. The area is only about a quarter mile long with big outdoor patios hooked to most of the restaurants and bars. When the weather is nice, the patios fill up and create a fun city energy.

There are several bars and restaurants, most of which are open until 3am. Midtown is definitely a bar-hopping mecca , but has also recently added some culinary treasures. The vibe in Midtown is a little more relaxed and less touristy, and is a popular area for locals that enjoy a vibrant night scene without mingling with the honky tonking visitors.

Out of the other areas mentioned, Green Hills is located the furthest south of Downtown Nashville. Green Hills is an area you can live in and not have to leave. This is one of the bigger areas in Nashville that has pretty much everything you need, from restaurants to grocery stores to clothing boutiques.

The area is well-known for its high-end shopping scene due to the designer-filled shopping mall and The Hill Center , a development with local boutiques and well-known clothing stores such as Anthropologie and Johnston Murphy.

Every type of person lives in Green Hills, but the majority seem to be wealthy families and adults. Living options include single-family homes, condos and apartment complexes. East Nashville also has everything you could need, but it is the polar opposite of Green Hills.

The area has undergone extreme revitalization over the last decade, drawing a lot of attention to an assortment of newcomers who enjoy a laid-back community and culture. East Nashville has a huge list of amazing businesses, from restaurants to shops , that are undoubtedly some of the best in Nashville.

So many people live in East Nashville, but expect to see mostly young, hip adults and families at the local spots. There are all types of properties including houses, townhouses, duplexes and small apartments.

Walking from East Nashville to the other areas is pretty much out of the question, so be prepared to stay on that side of the river or be willing to drive a little. We get emails every day asking about affordable, safe neighborhoods near all the action with great schools. Most real estate and rental listings also include the GreatSchools.

Safety is almost always a concern. With any city, crime rates are generally higher in and near the city than in the suburbs. One of the best tools for checking nearby crimes is CrimeMapping.

You simply enter the street address of your potential home or apartment, and you can see crimes that have occurred nearby. Adjust the date range to 6 months or more so you can see the kind of criminal activity that has happened over a longer timeframe. Click here to view the Nashville crime map. To get a better understanding of Nashville and all that is has to offer, we highly recommend going through our neighborhoods section, checking out the events page, and keeping up with us on Facebook and Instagram to get a glimpse of what Nashville has to offer.

I am moving to Nashville and found your guide helpful as I narrow down neighborhoods. Every neighborhood seems geared to the young singles, young families. If you are retired, where would you suggest would be a good area to live in the Nashville area? The most reasonably priced houses will be in the Sylvan Park or East Nashville areas. Belmont Blvd, Green Hills, Hillsboro Village and Franklin have a lot of retired people, but those areas can be pricey.

If you were open to a condo, you can find great condos Downtown or in the Gulch. We will be moving to Nashville in the next couple of weeks. What area is close to the Airport? We are also looking for a good school district for our 5 year old son. Thanks so much for checking out the website. We focus mostly on the downtown vicinity, so most of these areas are about 5 to 15 miles from the airport. The airport is only about 6 miles from the downtown core.

For schools, take a look at Metro Nashville Public Schools — this website should give you some pretty good pointers. This is so helpful! The husband and I will be moving to Nash in the next couple months. I also have a young son and appreciate the link above! I am glad I have found this page; sharing it with the husband! I am moving to Nashville and found this to be an extremely useful resource. Thanks for your effort. I found this on Pinterest.

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You're coming to a place where you still for now cannot buy hard liquor on Sundays and where the county in which Jack Daniels resides is a dry county. There are a few strip clubs around the downtown area, Crazy Horse being the one that stands out most in my mind only because I used to drive past it every day after work. Yeah I started to realize that after I started researching Nashville more. I realize there are only 4 clubs left too. I just don't know which one to take him to.

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