Between Old Hickory and Granny White, ForestÂ Hills is a quality suburb of Nashville. The area isÂ home to many of the cities private schools, asÂ well as, Lipscomb University.
Radnor Lake State Park is a unique park due to its proximity to populous areas and abundance of wildlife. There are many hiking trails and opportunities to canoe.
Cheekwood has not only been a staple in the art community of Nashville, this wonderful place as also been featured in many engagement stories.
Berry Hill/ 100 Oaks:
After being revitalized by Vanderbilt, 100 Oaks community is a thriving area. Berry Hill, located adjacent to 100 Oaks, is home to many local cafÃ©s, restaurants business.
Who doesn’t love the zoo? The Nashville Zoo is a 200 acre establishment that features many of the most incredible animals the world has to offer.
Lenox Village has quickly become of the trendiest areas in Nashville. With local eateries and luxurious living, this small community takes a lot of pride in what it has to offer.
Green Hills is home of many of Nashville’s most affluent neighborhoods, as well as, several shopping areas. Several of the homes in this area date back to the 1940’s, and with modern business moving into this area, Green Hills is a great place to be.