Nashville, Tennessee Homes for Sale
About The Gulch
Current Prices: $429,900 to $7,950,000
Closed Prices: $199,500 to $2,400,000
Median Sale Price: $512,500
Average $ per sq ft: $744
Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $1352
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 2008 to 2020
Sq. Ft.: 2008 to 2020 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 5 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 4 Bathrooms
Getting Around The Gulch
Around The Gulch
If you live in the Gulch, you undoubtedly live in a high-rise apartment or condo. Space comes at a premium, so you may live in a smaller space but share luxury amenities with those in your building. Or you may be living a life of extravagance in a spacious $1 million high-rise condo. Most living spaces in the Gulch are sleek and modern to cater to the Gulch residents’ luxurious tastes.
Despite its petite size, the Gulch is packed with many trendy eateries. Here you’ll find indulgent Southern breakfast and brunch, Nashville’s famous hot chicken, contemporary ethnic food, chic fine dining restaurants, and other popular spots. Be sure to grab a table on a patio or rooftop deck for prime views of Nashville’s skyline.
The streets of this hotspot are filled with pedestrians all day and well into the nighttime hours. From your high-rise you'll have an amazing view of the city. You’ll also want to check out the street art: The Gulch is accented by intricate and colorful murals that are one of a kind.
Begin your night eating dinner at a rooftop restaurant, then head out to enjoy the neighborhood’s vibrant nightlife by dancing the night away at a bluegrass bar or jazz club. For a more low-key evening, The Gulch is home to Yazoo Brewing Company, which has a taproom and food trucks parked outside. But in general, residents of The Gulch don’t like slowing down.
You'll likely spend your Sundays lounging by the pool in your building or walking down the streets, arms filled with shopping bags. (The Gulch has a seemingly endless supply of trendy shops, including local boutiques and hip national retailers.) You might also enjoy a boozy brunch in the neighborhood, or enjoy pampering yourself at a nearby spa or boutique fitness studio.
- Being in the center of everything
- High-end dining
- Vibrant local scene
Locals Don't Love
- Few single-family homes
- Limited grocery options
- Limited parking
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