Nashville Neighborhood Spotlight: Belle Meade

    Just outside of Nashville is the gorgeous neighborhood of Belle Meade. Nashville absorbed Belle Meade in 1963, but the area still maintains its status as an incorporated city in Davidson County today. A combination of old and new money, and a few pockets of modest homes, the neighborhood is mainly a hub for families and professionals.

    The residents of Belle Meade include entertainers, transplants from the West Coast, and those seeking a lavish lifestyle. The city features sprawling, well-kept lawns, and a large number of impressive homes — particularly along Belle Meade Boulevard, which connects to the 2,000-acre Percy Warner Park as well as West End Avenue, and the majestic Cheekwood Botanical Garden.

    Belle Meade was named after the former Belle Meade Plantation, and the city is close in proximity to Green Hills, as well as the bustling city streets of Nashville. There are a number of wonderful restaurants, boutiques, and shops in Belle Meade proper. Whether you are growing a family or seeking a picturesque neighborhood, Belle Meade may be the perfect fit for you.

    If you’re interested in learning more about this decadent Nashville neighborhood, give us a call at 615-550-5655 or drop us a line today.


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