The Green Hills real estate market features a variety of residences including 1930’s Tudors, 1950’s ranches, and new construction built on the site of teardowns. This real estate mixture makes Green Hills a treasure trove of homes. The housing includes Regency Park, Nashville’s first condominium complex, along with Sugartree and Redbud, both some of the first cluster communities built in Nashville, Additionally, Golf Club Lane and Hampton Avenue include movie set homes nestled on heavily treed lots.
Fine shopping at stores such as Nordstroms, Tiffanys, and Tory Burch await visitors to the Green Hills Galleria at the geographic center of Green Hills. Anthropologie and Vineyard Vines are but two of many retailers in the trendy Hill Center of Green Hills on Hillsboro Road. The area is bounded by Lynwood Boulevard on the West, Harding Place on the South, and I-440 to the North. These boundaries are of course are subject to personal interpretation because unlike the neighboring communities of Belle Meade, Forest Hills, and Oak Hill; Green Hills exists without defined boundaries.
Prices vary from the high $300,000 to the millions.