Music Row

Music Row

Nashville, Tennessee Homes for Sale

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About Music Row

The historic Music Row, comprised of two main streets and located just southwest of Downtown Nashville, is known for its hundreds of businesses within the industries of country music, gospel music and contemporary Christian music. Music Row is considered the heart of Nashville’s entertainment industry, where you can see the most historic music landmarks and architecture, enjoy a night at the clubs, and indulge in excellent food. Whether you’re a country music fan, interested in the music industry yourself, or whether you just thrive on experiencing history-in-the-making, this neighborhood is overflowing with great places to explore.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $295,000

Closed Prices: $189,999 to $2,625,020

Median Sale Price: $434,450

Average $ per sq ft: $537

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $1274

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

Age: 1920 to 2009

Sq. Ft.: 1920 to 2009 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Getting Around Music Row

Around Music Row

Music Row offers a fast-paced, energized environment for those who call it home. With its historic landmarks and bustling businesses, Music Row is popular among those wanting to be in the thick of things. Music Row offers a variety of housing styles, from single-family homes and townhouses to high-rise condos and luxury apartments.

When it comes to tasty cuisine, Music Row has you covered. From laid-back casual dining experiences to romantic fine dining, you’ll never want for options. While tacos, wings, and pizza are local favorites, visitors may find the eclectic mix of Indian bistros, Thai specialties and decadent desserts much more interesting. Music Row is also known for its wine bars, pizzerias, and quaint cafés.

Music Row is home to tons of talented and determined musical artists and music producers working hard at their craft, but it’s also a popular destination for tourists in Nashville. Trolley tours, bus tours, and horse-drawn carriages pass by day and night, boarded by visitors who are eager to get a few photos of the breathtaking Music Row strip. Music Row is filled with spectacular architecture commemorating the great musicians of our time and before, as well as gift shops of all kinds. Music Row is also known for its shade trees that line the sidewalks, giving it a cozy, residential feel in an urban setting. As one of Nashville’s most identifiable sights, the AT&T Building, nicknamed “The Batman Building,” is worth a visit, too. If you’re lucky, you might just see somebody famous walking down the street.

When it comes to music, there’s not a whole lot you won’t find on historic Music Row on a Friday night. As one of the most legendary places in Nashville, Music Row offers great food, night clubs, endless phenomenal live music, amazing drinks, gift shops, historic buildings, and a lively atmosphere. As the place where Elvis Presley recorded “How Great Thou Art,” along with 200 other hits, Historic RCA Studio B is worth a visit, as well. The Southern Ground Nashville, where the Foo Fighters recorded “Congregation,” is another must-see gem of Music Row. In the springtime, the Country Music Marathon runs up and down Music Row and fills it with talented musicians in April each year.

A Sunday afternoon stroll down Music Row will not disappoint. Bring a friend to visit art galleries, see historic landmarks, eat at one of the numerous restaurants along the strip, and see the recording studios so legendary to this part of Nashville. Music Row is also home to some great parks and a music library that hosts events on occasion.

Locals Love

  • Variety of restaurants and nightlife
  • Live music around every corner
  • Being among musicians and artists

Locals Don't Love

  • Traffic
  • Influx of new residents
  • Costly nightlife

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