East Nashville/Inglewood Real Estate

    Across the Cumberland River from downtown is the area known as East Nashville. Most of the homes in this region were built from the 1920s to the 50s and prices range from about $200,000 to $550,000. A popular area for shopping, eating, and running errands is Five-Points. Here you’ll find a library, post office, coffee shop, French and Italian bistro, and sports bar.

    Neighborhoods in East Nashville include Historic Edgefield, which was its own municipality until 1880. Each spring, historic homes, churches, and the neighborhood museum open their doors for a tour. Lockeland Springs started out as a streetcar suburb that has become an integral component of the eclectic East Nashville region, home to funky Mexican restaurant Rosepepper Cantina as well as ultra chic Eastland Café. Its original namesake, Lockeland Mansion, was purchased by the city of Nashville and replaced by Lockeland School. Other areas considered part of East Nashville are East End and Eastwood Neighbors. Learn more about the East Nashville Neighborhood and its Real Estate Market here.

    The Inglewood neighborhood encompasses an area between Riverside Drive and Gallatin Pike in Northeast Nashville. Outgrowing its humble beginnings as a farming community founded in 1782, Inglewood became Nashville’s first modern suburb after World War II. This area used to be a summer vacation destination for Nashvillians looking for a bit more of a rustic atmosphere. Many of the brick and stone exterior homes from the 20’s and 30’s are still standing today amongst expanses of green areas and gardens.

    Local attractions include family-owned restaurant The Pied Piper boasting sandwiches named after musicians from Hannah Montana to David Cassidy, owned by siblings of nearby Pied Piper CreameryMitchell’s deli is another favorite for one-of-a-kind sandwiches. For a trendy, live music bar with an emphasis on cooking one entrée extremely well each day of the week (Shepard’s pie anyone?), check out The Family Wash. Learn more about the Inglewood Neighborhood and its Real Estate Market here.