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Brentwood | Best Nashville Neighborhoods


  • Average Number of Days on Market:  96
  • Average List Price:  $330,107
  • Average Sale Price:  $316,082
  • Average Price Per Square Foot:  $110
  • List-to-Sale Variance:  4%
  • Average Sold Per Year:  162
  • Average Square Feet: 2,866 (with a 9.4-month rate of absorption)


  • Average Number of Days on Market:  83
  • Average List Price:  $330,107
  • Average Sale Price: $196,523
  • Average Price Per Square Foot: $117
  • List-to-Sale Variance:  4%
  • Average Sold Per Year:  62
  • Average Square Feet:  1,611 (with a 12.5-month rate of absorption)

Brentwood Zip Codes: 37024; 37027

The city of Brentwood is close in proximity to lively Nashville, located just south of the city.  The first settlers came to Brentwood in the 1700s after the land was granted to them post-Revolutionary War.  Fertile lands made Brentwood one of the most attractive and richest areas in Tennessee.  Since the Civil War, many of the original plantations have been restored, showcasing their old charm and beauty.

Today, Brentwood is a fast growing home to historic buildings as well as high end two-story homes on large lots with hefty price tags.  This neighborhood has excellent schools, several recreational activities, beautiful homes, and a plethora of community organizations.  As noted by the Brentwood City Mayor, each and every citizen of Brentwood is important to the continued improvement of the city’s quality of life. The city has shown its commitment to providing both assistance and quality services to make the city an ideal area to live and work.

As for real estate, Brentwood provides over sixty scenic subdivisions filled with open green spaces and a variety of luxury real estate options. Prices of Brentwood Real Estate can range from way under $1 million to over $6.5 million for roomy estate properties and luxury exclusive homes, some of which offer substantial acreage. Condominiums and townhouses can also be prevalently found in the area and are priced from the lower $200,000s to the mid $400,000s. Units in many developments in Brentwood offer access to community amenities as well as freeways.  Brentwood is known as a prosperous region of Williamson County and is adjacent to the southern boundary of Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County.  People who live in Brentwood have excellent access to recreation programs, facilities and parks run by the Williamson County Parks & Recreation Department.

Cool Springs Galleria

Not only are great homes and residents found in Brentwood, but residents can also enjoy close proximity to two large shopping malls and several factory outlet stores.  Cool Springs Galleria is middle Tennessee’s largest mall, located only minutes from the heart of Brentwood, while downtown Franklin and has over 165 specialty stores.

Wild Iris Restaurant

When it comes to dining out, Brentwood offers over 60 restaurants to please a wide variety of palettes.  One of the area’s favorite restaurants is Wild Iris, a place with an intimate dining room and a fun, classy outdoor patio to complement the flavors of this gem. For a down-south classic breakfast with food like Grandma made, Puffy Muffin is the place to go.

Brentwood has no shortage of chic shops lining the streets as well. Stacey Rhodes Boutique carries a long line of brands in clothes, accessories, and original art, including Adrienne Vittadini, Michael Stars, Gucci, and Roberto Cavalli. Hot Pink gift shop is a store set up to feel like home, including a bed and a kitchen, with something for everyone on your gift list.

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