We have a little house envy for this 1900 built, fully renovated Victorian home in the heart of Lockeland Springs! Just two houses down from the former Mad Donnas and steps from East Nashville’s Five Points, the 2,900 square foot, 4 bedroom, 3 full bathroom house has ev-er-y-thing. A fenced-in front yard, a huge front porch, original restored 116 year old brick galore, a huge eat-in island in the beauifully renovated kitchen, tons of windows and natural light, an original restored claw foot tub in the massive renovated master bathroom, additional flex space, large back deck and fenced-in backyard. This is the quintessential East Nashville dream home!
East Nashville is not only one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city but in the country as well. Full of creatives, young professionals, and young families, there’s plenty to do no matter how you like to spend your time. Across from East Park is Turnip Truck’s newly renovated organic grocery market, the perfect place to pick up what you need to stock your kitchen, or grab lunch from the hot food bar or smoothie/juice counter. Just blocks from Five Points, the Shoppes on Fatherland is a charming row of shops like Whiskey Water Boutique and Project 615 and eats like A Matter of Taste (AMOT) and Local Taco.
Fitness is finding its way to East Nashville as well, including options like Verticity indoor cycling studio, Well Body Pilates, Hot Yoga East Nashville, and Title Boxing’s newest location. Five Points serves as the epicenter of East Nashville’s social scene and is home to some of the city’s favorite neighborhood bars as well as family friendly restaurants like Five Points Pizza. Bordering East Nashville is Shelby Park, 336 acres of running and biking paths, a dog park, a golf course, and more.
At the heart of East Nashville, it’s not unusual to see couples walking dogs, families pushing strollers, runners, and groups of friends out and about in Lockeland Springs at any given time. Neighbors here are proud to call East Nashville home.