Where to Buy a House in Nashville
We get excited when we see Nashville’s growth in the news. Recently this Forbes article listed the Nashville-Franklin-Murfreesboro area as one of the top cities stealing jobs from Wall Street. There was also this post that posed the question of if Nashville is the nation’s next $1oo billion city. Obviously, more growth means more job opportunities and economic growth for our area.
As REALTORS, we understand that as more people look to move to Nashville, they want to know where to buy a house. New residents want to have an idea of which areas are going to be the best fit for them and why. Nashville Lifestyles provided an excellent overview of The 5 Hottest Neighborhoods In Nashville last week and we thought we’d follow that up with a few more details.
Here’s a look at some real estate facts in Nashville’s 5 hottest neighborhoods:
Locals may recall when East Nashville was not the most desirable neighborhood, but these days it’s one of Nashville’s most popular areas. It has a reputation for being hip and eccentric, which draws many young professionals and young families to the area. It also has a mix of old homes and new construction side by side so it appeals to a wide range of homeowners. Considering moving there? Here are 5 Need To Know Facts About East Nashville.
Based on last month’s real estate numbers, here are some more facts about East Nashville homes:
House price: $340,926
Square feet: 1995
Days on Market: 59
Germantown was actually the first residential neighborhood in Nashville. It’s convenient for those who wish to stay close to downtown Nashville, but like the feel of a neighborhood. It hosts a number of well loved restaurants and has new multi-purpose buildings offer both shopping and living options for residents. If you’re looking at Germantown for your next home, here are 5 Need To Know Fact About Germantown to help you decide.
Here are the averages for Germantown homes:
House price: $330,707
Square feet: 1672
Day on Market: 147
The Gulch caters to those who love downtown living and urban life. It’s a small, selective area loaded with high-end highrises and very few single family options. It’s also another Nashville neighborhood popular for both it’s location and number of dining and shopping experiences. Here are 5 Need To Know Facts About The Gulch.
Here are the averages for the Gulch homes:
House price: $383,970
Square feet: 1,002
Day on Market: 67
Sylvan Park is a Nashville neighborhood popular with families and young homeowners alike. Full of single-family homes and new construction, there are a lot of living options for Nashville residents looking for a neighborhood with strong community. The area continues to grow as more and more streets around it are renovated and remodeled too. For more information on this Nashville gem, here are 5 Need To Know Facts About Sylvan Park.
Here are some real estate averages for Sylvan Park homes:
House price: $504, 120
Square feet: 2464
Day on Market: 73
Another great neighborhood for families and young homeowners, 12th South has more homes than mixed-use buildings. It boasts neighborhood parks, sidewalks, bike paths and local small businesses. This area is also closest to two of Nashville’s major colleges. Curious about more details? Read these 5 Facts about 12th South to learn more.
Real estate averages for 12th South neighborhood homes:
House price: $534,759
Square feet: 2,344
Day on Market: 91
Are you looking in one of these fantastic Nashville neighborhoods? Give us a call and we can help you find the perfect home! Want to see other current Nashville MLS listings? Start here or contact us today!