From the storied rock clubs of Elliston Place to expensive restaurants and luxury hotels, Nashville's West End is as diverse as it is popular amongst active city-dwellers. Centennial Park, the city's premier urban recreation area, anchors the epicenter of the West End neighborhood, while retail shops and live music draw tourists and college students from nearby Vanderbilt University. Known for classic, early 20th-century homes and conservative neighborhood associations, the Richland area of West End is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Homes in the area can be a bit expensive, but for good reason. This part of Music City boasts some large single-family homes, meticulously restored cottages, four squares, Tudors, and plenty of new construction. The proximity to so many cool things makes Belmont a highly sought-after neighborhood, and the prices definitely reflect that.
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