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About SoBro

SoBro is a lively community nestled in between downtown Nashville and The Gulch. This densely populated area is a hub for shopping, live music, high end restaurants, and niche eateries for every taste. It also boasts entertainment hotspots like the Bridgestone Arena and the Nashville Music City Center.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $440,000

Closed Prices: $265,000 to $1,680,000

Median Sale Price: $395,000

Average $ per sq ft: $638

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $523

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

Age: 2008

Sq. Ft.: 2008 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 2 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 3 Bathrooms

Getting Around SoBro

Around SoBro

Those who live in SoBro appreciate the bustle of being in the middle of it all. They're willing to pay a bit more per square foot for the convenience of living within walking/biking distance of their jobs, as well as more entertainment options than they can experience in a lifetime. While SoBro has branded itself as its own community, those who don't live there might simply consider it "downtown,” but that doesn’t mean this up-and-coming neighborhood doesn’t have tons to offer. If you live in SoBro, you may like to live in a loft or luxury condominium with amenities like Ryman Lofts, Olmsted or the Terra House home. You can also trade more space on the outskirts of town for the chance to live in this very desirable area and be steps away from the center of Music City. Chances are that your neighbors may be looking into the music business as a singers or songwriters. Who knows, you might just find the next big talent.

Bongo Java is daily favorite that features organic, fair trade coffee, tea, and baked goods. The professional baristas take pride in not only serving up some of the best coffee in town, but also providing an atmosphere and experience that keep people coming back. For lunch, locals might hit Bajo Sexto Taqueria or Bakersfield for some of the best tacos and tequila that Nashville has to offer. When they want to splurge, they'll enjoy food, entertainment, craft cocktails and wine at the Decker & Dyer or Oak Steakhouse.

In SoBro you'll see people, lots of them. You'll likely be waiting in line anywhere you go. But the wait is so worth it. Living in SoBro will mean that within a couple blocks of your home, you could attend a sporting event, concert, play, comedy show, or whatever you're into on any night of the week. Bridgestone Arena attracts huge acts with talents that include everyone from James Taylor and the WWE to the Nashville Preds and Bruno Mars.

Your Fridays in SoBro will likely begin with dinner. Keep an eye out for Farm House, where you'll find locally grown Southern cuisine or splurge at the Oak Steakhouse. After that, get tickets to one of Nashville’s many shows and live performances. If you still have energy to spare after a concert, you'll find endless bars and pubs to grab a drink before walking home.

On Sunday afternoons, you can spend a leisurely day at home after a fun-filled weekend, but if you choose to go out, you might spend your time shopping at many of the high-end shops in the area. Such places like Cavanaugh Baker or Ensemble are sure to have unique finds. Little Branch Farm handmade rustic and modern furniture is a local favorite in the area for items with a down-home feel.

Locals Love

  • Walkability
  • Many entertainment options
  • Convenience

Locals Don't Love

  • Sold-out events
  • Paid parking
  • Being called "Downtown"

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