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About Belmont

The Belmont area, comfortably situated just south of Music Row, is a veritable mecca of culture, sophistication, and fun for all kinds of Nashvillians. Located near both Belmont and Vanderbilt Universities, this neighborhood hosts a wide range of entertainment and activities. From boutiques and shops to cool restaurants and live music, Belmont has something for everyone.

Quick Facts

Closed Prices: $255,000 to $3,000,000

Median Sale Price: $925,000

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $457

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1905 to 2022

Sq. Ft.: 460 to 6078 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Getting Around Belmont

Around Belmont

Belmont is a unique Nashville community with a pet and pedestrian-friendly atmosphere. If you live near campus, you'll naturally get a more college-focused vibe. If you prefer a more laid back feel, try the southern areas of Belmont. The neighborhood offers a wide range of available housing, but the neighborhood is primarily single-family homes on relatively large lots. If you want to be near all the action in Belmont, then settle on the eastern side of the neighborhood, where the neighborhood’s array of restaurants and stores are located.

When it comes to different cuisines, Belmont will have just what you’re looking for. From chill burger joints and bars to upscale fine dining, this neighborhood offers a variety of restaurant options to choose from. You can expect outstanding live performances accompanying nearly every meal in the evenings. Belmont hosts unique French bistros with eclectic European menus, specialty pancake shops with over 20 different kinds of pancakes, and Parisian-style foods with gourmet sandwiches and amazing baked goods. You can also just swing by one of the many hot dog or BBQ joints for a simpler indulgence.

In the heart of Belmont are college students studying in cafés, chatting joyfully, or shuffling to classes. If you’re taking a stroll through Sevier Park, you’re likely to see locals playing catch. You’re also likely to see people out dancing, drinking, and just having a good time.

The wonderful thing about living in a college town is that there is never a shortage of entertainment. From live music and bars to interesting shops and authentic theatrical performances, you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for in Belmont. The historic Belcourt Theatre is one of many of the attractions in Belmont. Originally founded in the 1920s as a silent movie theater and later as the site of the revered Grand Ole Opry, the Belcourt Theatre has since returned to its initial purpose as a movie theater with unique interpretations of time-honored performances.

A Sunday afternoon in Belmont offers several exciting things to do. You can catch a performance at the historic Belcourt Theatre, take the kids out to the many hiking trails or parks in the area, or enjoy one of the 20 different kinds of flapjacks at the town’s beloved Pancake Pantry.   The local library puts on fun kid’s events and the legendary Belmont Mansion is a must-see for adults and children alike. Located on the Belmont University campus, this mansion-turned-museum offers the perfect Sunday opportunity for visitors to receive a healthy dose of history and amazement. Ice cream is always a family favorite on a warm Sunday afternoon, and Belmont rises to the occasion with unique shops that offer incredible ice cream sandwiches. Belmont Boulevard, with its historic homes, shops, and fabulous restaurants, is a popular spot for afternoon walks. The Gallery of Iconic Guitars on Belmont’s campus is always a great way to spend an afternoon.

Locals Love

  • Energetic and active atmosphere
  • Frequent live entertainment
  • Vintage shops

Locals Don't Love

  • Crowds
  • Tourists
  • Traffic

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