Homes for Sale in Nashville
Nashville, TN, also known as Music City, USA, is a vibrant city full of rich history and culture.
Nashville’s settlers reached what is now Riverfront Park in the late 1700s after a journey on the Cumberland River. Nashville was named as Tennessee’s capital in 1843 and quickly became a prosperous city for shipping and trade. Nashville has a significant history in the Civil War due to its shipping port, river, and railroad routes. Though the Civil War devastated the area, Nashville bounced back after developing a manufacturing base, providing prosperous growth for the city. Toward the end of the 1800s and during the 1900s Nashville became a thriving publishing and entertainment hub through venues, such as the historic Ryman and Grand Ole Opry, positioning itself as Music City.
Today’s Nashville is still a thriving entertainment hub where the most famous music artists from around the world come to write, perform, and record. Many of those artists also call Greater Nashville home.
Nashville has been introduced over recent years to new incredible food and dining experiences with restaurants such as Etch, The Catbird Seat, Kayne Prime Steakhouse, Henrietta Red, Husk, and on and on… not to mention a local casual place this city is renowned for known as Hattie B’s hot chicken.
From national entertainment festivals to rockin concerts; from high-energy sporting events inclusive of hockey, football, and soccer to honky tonkin’ down world famous Broadway, there is always something to do in this bustling city.
Nashville is home to Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, Tennessee State University, Fisk University, Lipscomb University, and other higher learning institutions.
Nashville is one of only four U.S. cities where six interstate legs converge within the city’s boundaries: I-65 North and South, I-40 East and West, and I-24 East and West. The accessibility of these interstates allows for ease of access to downtown; and the Nashville International Airport which is currently undergoing a 1.4 billion dollar world class expansion plan.