West End

West End

Nashville, Tennessee Homes for Sale

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About West End

Nashville, Tennessee is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. The trendy West End neighborhood, centrally located, is popular with just about everyone. Here, you can stroll alongside tree-lined streets, duck into niche shops, and get a taste of local microbreweries and ethnic cuisine.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $480,000 to $3,950,000

Closed Prices: $155,000 to $1,849,000

Median Sale Price: $549,000

Average $ per sq ft: $1205

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $990

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

Age: 1926 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 602 to 3730 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 4 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 5 Bathrooms

Getting Around West End

Around West End

West End has a wide variety of dwellings for people of any stripe. West End Avenue has several apartment buildings and condos available. Some of these are very large complexes with excellent views from the top, while others offer smaller, more intimate communities. Residents with a higher budget may enjoy modern complexes or even townhomes in the vicinity of Centennial Park. This is a great opportunity for everyone, as the park offers a number of attractions year-round.

West End caters to a hip, adventurous crowd with a number of different cuisines represented in the neighborhood. Here, you'll find everything from Chinese buffets and Mexican restaurants to more exotic fare including Sitar, West End's famous long-running Indian restaurant. For a real Nashville experience, you have to check out the Blackstone Brewing Company, which has been exciting the taste buds of locals since 1994. Finally, whether you're in the mood for reasonably priced vegetarian fare or want to dig into some traditional BBQ, you'll find a place to cater to either.

Mornings tend to be busy in West End, with some grabbing a bite to eat on their way to local workplaces and students hurrying to class at nearby Vanderbilt University. From noon to the mid-afternoon, things tend to quiet down. Locals walk the streets, browsing stores, or drop by Centennial Park to take in the flower gardens and walk one of the many trails in the area. Evenings pick up a little, but this is not a major party destination. Nightlife tends to center around quieter get-togethers with friends.

The heart of West End runs along Church Street. Friday nights are colorful there, with a number of businesses jockeying for attention. No matter your interests, you'll probably find them within a few minutes walk. Walking, by the way, is preferable to parking. It can be difficult to find a parking spot, especially if there's a big event at Centennial Park. Nashville is known as 'Music City' and you can experience some of the best local indie bands playing at the intimate, history-rich venue of Exit/In. There, you'll join generations of people who have been patronizing the place since 1971.

Grab brunch to go and look for the perfect place to set up a Sunday morning picnic in Centennial Park. Many enjoy being near the pond, where they can feed the ducks. Art and history aficionados, meanwhile, will want to explore Centennial Park's Parthenon, which boasts the world's only full-sized replica of that famous building. The outside was renovated with meticulous attention to detail, and the inside has a gallery and a 42-foot-tall statue of Athena. Summer evenings have one other treat for theater-goers: the long-running tradition of Shakespeare in the Park, where anyone can enjoy free productions of Shakespeare's plays from mid-August to mid-September.

Locals Love

  • Tree-lined streets
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Convenient access to downtown

Locals Don't Love

  • Lack of parking
  • Heavy traffic
  • Distance to shopping centers

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