Nashville MLS Area Map

This map shows how Real Tracs divides the city by search area numbers.  You can zero your searches in on the particular area you're interested in by its number. Below you'll find some some detailed information for many of the different areas of the city and surrounding area.   


  
Belle Meade

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37205
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 10 to 15 Minutes 
Neighborhood Highlight: The beautiful and prestigious city of Belle Meade lies on what was once the 5,400 acre Belle Meade Plantation.  Spurred by the move to the west after the fire of 1916 destroyed East Nashville, Belle Meade became the place to buy real estate in Nashville,TN for the well-to-do.  Nestled into the side of the scenic 2,684 acre Edwin & Percy Warner Parks, Belle Meade displays some of the city's finest residential architecture.  The old Belle Meade Plantation survived and serves as a grand reminder of the city's history. It is still considered to be one of Nashville's wealthiest communities. Take a drive down Belle Meade Blvd. and check out some of the most prestigious homes in the area. A special point of interest to visit in the area is the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens.

Bellevue

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2 
Find Area Homes: 37221
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 15 to 20 minutes 
Neighborhood Highlight: Bellevue sits to the southwest of downtown Nashville providing great access to downtown and a wonderful feeling of community.  Running along the Harpeth River, Bellevue offers one of the city's most famous landmarks, the Loveless Cafe as well as the dinner theatre, Chaffin's Barn and the soon to be open One Bellevue Place mixed use development  Just out of the hustle and bustle of the city, Bellevue's great residential sections along with numerous condo/town home developments in the area make for a great place to live. It is also situated along side some of Nashville's largest parks, Percy and Edwin Warner.

Belmont

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2 
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 5 to 10 Minutes
Find Area Homes 37203 and 37204 and 37212
Neighborhood Highlight: The Belmont-Waverly area draws its beauty and architectural inspiration from the historic Belmont Mansion which sits in the midst of Belmont University.  Built as Belle Monte in 1849, the mansion is considered to be one of the finest works of antebellum architecture in the south.  This area is also home the home country music's famous Music Row. The neighborhood's beautiful turn-of-the-century architecture combined with some of finest dining and boutique shopping experiences all within walking distance add to the tasteful tradition that is, Waverly Belmont.  

Brentwood

County: Williamson 
MLS Area: 10
Find Area Homes: 37027
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 15 to 20 Minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: The city of Brentwood is located just 11 miles to the south of downtown Nashville in Williamson county. Incorporated in1969 this city has seen a large growth spurt in recent years. The area is known for its rolling hills, planned communities, great public education and an abundance of spacious homes on 1+ acre lots. Brentwood residents enjoy 397 acres of land devoted to 6 parks and greenbelts throughout the city. Private golf courses are also in abundance in Brentwood. 

Crieve Hall

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 1 
Find Area Homes: 37211, 37220
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 15 to 20 Minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: The Crieve Hall community lies about 9 miles south of downtown Nashville, about 2 miles north of Brentwood, east of the Franklin Pike. This suburban neighborhood was created in the 1950's; sub-divided from large farms and grand estates. With large lots, brick ranches and colonial style homes, the neighborhood is experiencing a second boom in its evolution as 30 - 40 year residents of the area move out and younger renovation-minded homeowners move in to buy a house in Nashville, TN.  For established, mature treed neighborhoods with great interstate accessibility, Crieve Hall holds as one of the city's finest places to buy real estate in Nashville, TN. Two of Nashville's top schools, Granberry and Crieve Hall Elementary schools are located here. Crieve Hall is also a close neighbor to the Nashville Zoo. 

Donelson

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 7,8
Find Area Homes: 37214
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 10 to 15 Minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: With a short drive from Donelson to downtown Nashville, Donelson is currently one of Nashville's most in demand neighborhoods (Realtor.com cited Donelson as the 15th most desirable U.S. zip code in 2016). Donelson boasts a station on the Music City Star commuter rail line, shopping at Opry Mills and the world famous Grand Old Opry

Downtown Nashville

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2 
Find Area Homes: 37202, 37203, 37212
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: You're there, enjoy it!
Neighborhood Highlight: If you want to be where the action is, then downtown is the place to buy real estate in Nashville ,TN. The Downtown area has blossomed in the past 10 years with many beautiful living spaces available and a wealth of dining & entertainment choices. You won't be at a loss for things to do as the downtown area offers 3,000 hotel rooms, over 160 restaurants, The Frist Center for the Visual Arts, The Ryman Auditorium, The Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Bridgestone Arena, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, the home of the Tennessee Titans and the Nashville Predators. Great condo developments like the Terrazzo, the Icon, the EncoreVelocity in the Gulch, the Viridian plus many more offer the best in downtown cosmopolitan living.

Edgefield

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 6 
Find Area Homes: 37206
Approx drive time to down town Nashville: 5 
Neighborhood Highlight: Historic Edgefield is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Nashville, situated just to the east of downtown overlooking the Cumberland River and Nissan Stadium, the home of the Titans.  In 1853 the land of Nashvillian Dr. Shelby was sub-divided into what would become one of Nashville's most fashionable neighborhoods.  With diverse architectural styles represented from 1860 to 1930, the rich tradition of this neighborhood has recently seen a boom era of preservation and restoration.

Fairview

County: Williamson 
MLS Area: 10 
Find Area Homes: 37062
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 30-35 Minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: 25 miles from downtown Nashville, Fairview is located in the highly desirable Williamson County school district. Fairview is home to Bowie Nature Park with over 700 miles of forests, lakes and 17 miles of trails. One interesting fact, Fairview is 150 higher than Nashville which gives Fairview the advantage of being less flood prone.

Forest Hills

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2 
Find Area Homes: 37215
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 14 to 22 Minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Forest Hills was incorporated in 1957 as Nashville continued its push into the suburbs. Looking just as it sounds Forest Hills' huge lots, mountain view locations and beautiful trees make for a beautiful place to live. Bordering one of Nashville's most beautiful parks, Radnor Lake, which is a small manmade lake that has wonderful walking trails and is a designated nature preserve.

Franklin

County: Williamson 
MLS Area: 10
Find Area Homes: 37064, 37067, 37069
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 18 to 22 Minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: The city of Franklin was founded on October 26, 1799 and was named after Benjamin Franklin, a close friend of Dr. Hugh Williamson, a member of the Continental Congress and Williamson County's namesake. Some of the Civil War's bloodiest and costliest battles were fought in and around Franklin, including the Battle of Franklin, which devastated its plantation economy. It took nearly a 120 years but Franklin has recovered into one of the wealthiest cities in the United States. The tremendous Cool Springs Galleria, a great school system, a wide array of housing, beautiful surroundings, and a great economic climate, which has drawn major corporations like Nissan's recent move of their headquarters to the city, all making Franklin a wonderful place to live.

Green Hills

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37215
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 12 to 20 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Green Hills was aptly referred to by early Nashvillians as "The Hills of Green." Now Green Hills has evolved into one of Nashville's most convenient locations along with great shopping and entertainment opportunities like The Bluebird Cafe and The Mall at Green Hills.  It's a mix of one-story ranch style, Cape Cods and beautiful new construction graced with established tree laden neighborhoods making for a classic living experience.

Hendersonville

County: Sumner 
MLS Area: 9
Find Area Homes: 37075
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 35 to 55 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Hendersonville is located 18 miles northeast of downtown Nashville and sports 26 miles of shoreline on Old Hickory Lake.  The city was founded in the early 1800's but with the completion of Old Hickory Dam in 1954 the city was set to explode.  It is now the largest community in Sumner County and one of the largest suburbs of Nashville.  Its beautiful parks, tremendous lake accessibility and school systems offer the perfect blend of city living and spacious country surroundings. 

The drive time is reflective of traffic conditions and time of travel. The diversity in homes and prices is great so if you love the water Hendersonville might be the right place for you.

Hermitage

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 7 
Find Area Homes: 37076
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 20-25 Minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Located in eastern Davidson County, Hermitage was named in honor of The Hermitage, home of Andrew Jackson (7th US President). The Hermitage is a National Historic Landmark and features daily tours. Hermitage also has a station on the Music City Star commuter rail line. 

Hillsboro Village

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37212
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 5 to 7 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Hillsboro Village is one of the city's hippest shopping and restaurant areas.  The neighborhood dates back to 1890 and is made up of a beautiful mix of Craftsman/Bungalows, American Foursquare and Tudor style homes.  Across the street from Vanderbilt University and minutes away from Belmont UniversityMusic Row and downtown, Hillsboro Village is a very fun, convenient place to live and make sure you check out Dragon Park

Hillwood

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37205, 37209
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 10 to 12 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Hillwood is the neighborhood just south of Belle Meade. It is made up of large park-like lots with older ranch style homes and plenty of new construction as people are tearing down and building new homes. It's only minutes from downtown and Green Hills. 

Historic East End

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 6
Find Area Homes: 37206
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 8 to 10 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Historic East End began in 1876 as an addition to the outgrowth of the ever popular Edgefield community.  It was originally called the East Edgefield addition, but later became known as East End because it was located on the eastern edge of the city limits.  The area boasts one of the most undisturbed stands of diverse original architecture left in the city.  Now part of one of the trendiest places in the city, East End offers modern convenience in a historic setting. 

Historic Richland

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37205
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 5 to 10 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Historic Richland was born out of the ashes of the great fire in 1916 that burned over 1,000 homes to the ground in the East Nashville area.  Spurred by the devastation, Historic Richland was developed on West End Avenue. Beautiful turn-of-the-century homes lie along the broad tree-lined streets of the neighborhood making for a great place to live or just to see on a "cool" Sunday drive-through. 

Inglewood

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 6
Find Area Homes: 37216
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 7 to 10 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: The Inglewood neighborhood was developed by the Inglewood company around 1908.  In the Inglewood area, the town of Haysborough existed in the late 1700's. For awhile no one knew if the town of Haysborough or the town of Nashville would prevail as the "Great City on the Cumberland."  With prevalent early 1900's architecture, mature trees, quiet streets, easy access to downtown and the airport, Inglewood is a fine place to call home. 

Lebanon

County: Wilson 
MLS Area: 11
Find Area Homes: 37087, 37090
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 30 to 40 minutes or take the new commuter train
Neighborhood Highlight: Lebanon was founded in 1799 just 3 years after Tennessee became a state.  This Wilson County city is located on ancient Indian hunting grounds where wild game abounded in the cane brakes and cedar forests.  Lebanon was originally called "one of the prettiest of Tennessee's country towns." Just take a walk through its downtown square and all the history and charm of the city comes to life.  Just 30 minutes from downtown Nashville, Lebanon offers the peace and quiet of the country along with new found growth opportunities that will make it a destination for families for years to come. 

Lockeland Springs

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 6
Find Area Homes: 37206
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 10 to 15 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Lockeland Springs came into being when East Edgefield Land Company purchased the land in 1875.  The area is significant as an intact late 19th and early 20th century streetcar suburb.  The architectural styles, which include Eastlake, Queen Anne, Classical Revival, Bungalow and English are as diverse as their beauty.  Minutes from downtown, Lockeland Springs is reclaiming its past glory as a great, convenient place to live. 

Mt. Juliet

County: Wilson 
MLS Area: 11
Find Area Homes: 37122, 37138
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 20 to 25 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Mount Juliet, nicknamed "The City Between The Lakes", is located in the neighboring county of Wilson County.  Nestled between Percy Priest Lake and Old Hickory Lake, Mt. Juliet offers an abundance of natural beauty, a high level of economic growth while still providing that country feel to living.  A new project, the Providence Marketplace creates one of the largest open air shopping and entertainment facilities in the U.S.  Mt Juliet is just 20 minutes from downtown Nashville and is definitely worth investigating as a city to call home. 

Murfreesboro

County: Rutherford 
MLS Area: 21, 22, 23, 24
Find Area Homes: 37128, 37129, 37130
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 38 to 45 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Murfreesboro is located in Rutherford County, the fastest growing county in Tennessee and is home to the county seat.  Established in 1811, Murfreesboro was originally named Cannonsburgh but was soon renamed for Revolutionary War hero Colonel Hardy Murfree.  Since that time it has grown into one of the fastest growing cities in the country spurred by its industrial and commercial growth.  Murfreesboro is also home to the state's largest university and one of the nation's Top 50 schools, Middle Tennessee State University

Music Row

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37203, 37212
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 2 to 5 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Music Row where the business of making music happens everyday and has been for the last 100 years. Beautiful 1920 - 1940 architecture abounds with modern day condos also conveniently thrown in along with multiple eateries and shopping opportuninties. Be in the middle of the action between Vanderbilt, Belmont, country music and downtown....feel the pulse!!!

Oak Hill

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37220
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 15 to 20 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Oak Hill was born out of an area that encompassed large farms and where the Battle of Nashville was fought in the Civil War.  Natural beauty abounds in the neighborhood from its hillside views to rolling land accented by natural streams and stone fencing.  One of the top state nature preserves, Radnor Lake, sits on 1,000 acres with walking trails through pristine forests and along its 90 acre lake. 

Old Hickory

County: Davidson, Wilson 
MLS Area: 7
Find Area Homes: 37138
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 25-30 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Neighborhood of metropolitan Nashville named in honor of President Andrew Jackson who was nicknamed "Old Hickory." Old Hickory is bordered by the Cumberland River and Old Hickory Lake. Best known for being a former company town, many of the houses were originally built to house DuPont employees and supervisors. Many of the historic homes (including some listings on the National Register of Historic Places) are in Old Hickory Village.

Spring Hill

County: Williamson and Maury 
MLS Area: 10 Williamson County and 16 Maury County
Find Area Homes: 37174
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 25 to 35 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Spring Hill is located in two counties. A small part is in Maury County with the larger part in Williamson County.  The area has seen a significant boom in recent years with new business development, the strength of Williamson County Scools and the ever expanding popularity of the area.  Lying among lush rolling hills of fertile farm land, Spring Hill offers a wonderful get-away from the demands of city life, while still being only a 15 minute drive to the Cool Springs Galleria and 30 minutes to the heart of downtown. 

Sylvan Park

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37209
Approx drive time to down town Nashville: 8 to 14 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Sylvan Park's proximity to Vanderbilt, downtown, Music Row, and Nashville's highway system has brought this community to life.  Over the past 10 years this charming established neighborhood has seen significant restoration turning it into one of the most popular areas to live in the city.  Real white picket fences, beautiful landscaping and quality renovation all add to Sylvan Park's feel of community. 

Thompsons Station

County: Williamson 
MLS Area: 10
Find Area Homes: 37179
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 24 to 30 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Thompson Station's growth is being spurred by the success of its neighbors, Spring Hill and Franklin, which sandwich the town.  Recent new sub-divisions featuring big lots and more "bang for your buck" homes have brought new life to this quaint 100+ year old town.  This revitalization with I840, Williamson County schools, and the gentle slopes of once long time farms will welcome home many a new family for years to come. 

Vanderbilt

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37212
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 2 to 8 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Walking or riding a bike to Vanderbilt is a real plus if you work or go to school there. Parking can be a problem on campus so living close has become more and more sought after. Another plus about living in this area is that there are so many great restaurants and shops in the neighborhood. All this and you're only blocks from Downtown and Green Hills! 

West End

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37205
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 8 to 10 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: The West End area came into being after the 1916 fire in East Nashville. The move of many of the city's wealthier families to the west brought with them broad tree-lined avenues and beautiful early 1900's architecture, all with a style and sophistication that is all its own. Located minutes away from downtown, Centennial Park with the historic Parthenon, Hillsboro Village, Sylvan Park and Green Hills.

West Meade

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37205
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 13 to 18 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: West Meade was grown out of the 1960's home buyers' push to the suburbs.  In the 60's, one level ranch houses led the way in home building.  West Meade is known for its huge lots and wonderful family living all on one level.  Mature trees and the rolling landscape make this neighborhood a beautiful respite from the hub-bub of the daily routine while leaving you only minutes away from shopping, dining and downtown. 

Whitland

County: Davidson 
MLS Area: 2
Find Area Homes: 37205
Approx drive time to downtown Nashville: 5 to 10 minutes
Neighborhood Highlight: Whitland, one of Nashville's most beautiful neighborhoods, grew out of the migration to the west after fire ravaged the east side of Nashville in the early 1900's.  Built just off West End Avenue, the area's homes are set against a backdrop of statuesque trees and broad landscaped avenues.  Primarily built from 1920 to the 40's Whitland contains beautiful Craftsman/Bungalow, Colonial Revival, Neoclassical and Tudor styles. It also offers easy access to I440 and downtown Nashville and has a very active Whitland neighborhood community. 

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