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Bellevue Real Estate

Rolling green hills and a beautiful suburban setting southwest of Nashville describes Bellevue. The area is bordered by the Cumberland River as well as the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway and is a relatively new suburb of Nashville, officially established only in the 1950s. With quite a mix of architecture styles, houses date from the 1950s to the 80s and 90s and even some new construction, most homes are attainable for under $300,000 in this area about 13 miles from the heart of Nashville.

Perhaps the crown jewel attraction in Bellevue is Nashville landmark Loveless Café. Loveless is a destination for celebrities, world travelers, and locals who come for the world-famous biscuits and southern fried chicken. Another popular spot among the locals is Antonio’s, with waiters in tuxedos, an extensive wine list, and a detailed menu of Northern Italian foods. Nearby Edwin Warner Park offers a place of recreation as well as education in its on-campus Natural History Museum.  Red Caboose Park is a favorite of children in the area, including a swing set, some nature trails, and a huge red caboose for kids to climb on and play in. Learn more about the Bellevue Neighborhood and its Real Estate Market here.