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About Edgehill

Edgehill Village, located in south central Nashville, is a quiet commuter neighborhood with a lot of amenities. It's easily accessible through I-65 and I-40 for maximum convenience, as well. 12th Avenue South connects Edgehill with the rest of the city. This district is quieter than some of the nearby neighborhoods, but energetic crowds can spill over from nearby Belmont University and Vanderbilt University. Edgehill is best for people who want a more laid-back living experience with all the comforts of city life.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $444,900 to $2,499,900

Closed Prices: $510,000 to $3,000,000

Median Sale Price: $925,000

Average $ per sq ft: $577

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $750

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

Age: 1920 to 2023

Sq. Ft.: 708 to 5346 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Getting Around Edgehill

Around Edgehill

You'll find affordable apartment complexes on the south side of Edgehill. A good place to get started is along Horton Avenue. Central Edgehill is mostly shops and cafes, but you can find a few townhouses along places like Archer Street. There are also spacious and well-maintained townhouses with big lawns in the vicinity of 14th Avenue South and other places in the area.

Thanks to its prime location near two major universities, Edgehill boasts a diverse and affordable culinary scene. A number of ethnic restaurants thrive in the neighborhood, from Mexican fare to Thai. Many restaurants tend to be more trendy and experimental here, but you can still also find BBQ and classic American fare. There are a ton of coffee shops on the road next to Belmont University that are all great for a morning perk and a bite to eat. For people who prefer to cook at home, Edgehill doesn't offer any major grocery store chains, but there are smaller markets around town.

The cluster of trendy and niche shops that make up the core of Edgehill Village attract both hopeful entrepreneurs and shoppers looking for something unique and not mass-produced. Along the west side of the neighborhood, you may find adventurous tourists branching out from nearby Music Row and Broadway.

Compared to the nearby neighborhoods, Friday nights in Edgehill tend to be quieter. Party animals on the hunt for a booming scene will go elsewhere, usually to Broadway. That leaves behind folks unwinding after the work week and friends going out for a low-key, relaxed night at local pubs or sports bars. If you're looking for good value, many places complete with other neighborhoods' flashier establishments by offering generous happy hours, drink deals, and other themed specials.

Edgehill offers several smaller parks, conveniently scattered throughout the neighborhood, that give you a chance to run around the rare open spaces of a city. These include the Flora Wilson Community Park, located between 14th and 15th Avenue, and the Edgehill Community Garden in the south. If you're looking for brunch and culture, head to the northeast along 8th Avenue South. Here, you'll find both, places to eat, and small, local galleries that make for a pleasant Sunday morning. Finally, you can check out a student performance at nearby Belmont University, located just south of Wedgewood Avenue.

Locals Love

  • Highly rated schools
  • Quiet, relaxed living
  • Quirky and unique shops

Locals Don't Love

  • Lack of grocery chains
  • Traffic

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