Greater Nashville Area Point of Interest:
One thing Nashville is known for is being trendy and up-and-coming, not only in image, lifestyle and music but also in real estate. In fact Nashville is synonymous for old-style home preservation. Many neighborhoods surrounding downtown Nashville are slowly being renovated while savoring the circa 1940’s natural charm. Neighborhoods like these have been increasing investor appeal as well as value. So if you are a Nashville home buyer and a close-knit and trendy area is the style of neighborhood you are looking for, then welcome to Sylvan Park!
Sylvan Park is a quaint little community in West Nashville tucked away between the popular West End Ave and Charlotte Pike areas. Homes in this neighborhood range between $300K to $700K. Sylvan Park features many Craftsman Style Homes, Princess Anne cottages and Queen Anne homes, more than not of which have been tastefully preserved. You will find that many of the properties in this neighborhood are modestly fenced in and conveniently backed up to alleyways.
Many of the streets in Sylvan Park are named after states as when the neighborhood was first being developed Nashville city planners figured it would be a charming way to lure people from all over the country to relocate to this little haven in Nashville.
Along with a close knit neighborhood feel, Sylvan Park boasts an array of popular cafes, bars, restaurants, as well as entertainment venues featuring live music. If you are a golfer then you will be pleased to discover that nestled right in the heart of the neighborhood is McCabe Golf Course, a 27-hole course that was originally built in 1942. Sylvan Park also has several churches, parks, markets, shops and a baseball field........a perfect area for singles, families and couples!
Here is a list of popular hot spots you will find in Sylvan Park:
If you or someone you know is interested in buying or selling
a Nashville Home please contact:
The Lipman Group | Sotheby's International Realty
Office: (615) 463-3333 / Cell: (615) 509-1753