About Sylvan Park
Current Prices: $649,900 to $4,649,500
Closed Prices: $229,900 to $2,875,000
Median Sale Price: $709,125
Average $ per sq ft: $520
Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $966
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1884 to 2022
Sq. Ft.: 624 to 6676 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 8 Bathrooms
Getting Around Sylvan Park
Around Sylvan Park
Sylvan Park offers a quiet atmosphere and a cozy feel for those who call it home. With its neighborly approach and welcoming vibe, this location is a favorite for transplants and lifelong residents alike. The Sylvan Park community holds an eclectic array of homes and businesses, ranging in style and appearance from very modest to extravagant. In Sylvan Park, don't be surprised to see a 1920s clapboard house right across the street from a 1930s stone bungalow. While Sylvan Park skews residential, Charlotte Avenue, which is along the neighborhood's northern edge, is home to a majority of the neighborhood's restaurants and stores.
When it comes to delicious food, Sylvan Park does not disappoint. The community offers an assortment of Italian bistros, pizzerias, cozy cafés, tacos, and restaurants influenced by the cuisine of Asia, France, Mexico, and India. Sylvan Park is filled with venues offering tacos, pizza, burgers, hot dogs, and BBQ. Vegan options are also available. For more luxurious dining, Sylvan Park has options for upscale choices with gourmet foods, organic morsels, and fine cheeses to please any palate. Most establishments offer an excellent selection of beers and wine.
With the immense availability of outdoor activities, including golf, community athletic events, and Climb Nashville, you can expect to see people out and about enjoying every minute of their active lives. If you're wandering through Richland Park, with its walking trails and playgrounds for the children, you'll probably see locals going for a jog or tossing the football around.
For those who love to get out and have fun on a Friday night, Sylvan Park offers an assortment of excellent restaurants, generous happy hours, live entertainment, and festivals sporadically scheduled throughout the year. Sylvan Park also hosts several excellent pubs for a refreshing drink on a warm evening. Shopping at the local boutiques can be quite fun on a Friday night as well.
Sundays are perfect for visiting the Nashville Ballet, McCabe Playground, McCabe Park Community Center, or the Richland Creek Greenway - McCabe Trailhead. For the avid hiker, Sylvan Park holds so much natural beauty including wildlife, wooded footpaths, and scenic lakes. Richland Creek Greenway-McCabe Trailhead offers a variety of trails, ranging from paved to rugged. For the health-conscious individual, Richland Park Farmers Market provides access to a large assortment of farm-fresh produce each week.
- Active lifestyles
- Friendly atmosphere
- Hiking trails
Locals Don't Love
- Limited retail options
- Slow public transportation
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