Nashville Homes & Real Estate

Find up-to-date Nashville, TN homes for sale and real estate below! Nicknamed "Music City," Nashville is the capital of Tennessee and is home to approximately 690,000 residents in the city proper and just about two million in the surrounding metro area. Searching for further information on properties for sale in Nashville, including prior sales history, prices, and property disclosures? Set up a private home tour of any property listed below by contacting your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Nashville real estate.

Homes for Sale in Nashville TN

Nashville Real Estate Statistics October 20, 2021
737
Listed
45
Avg. DOM
$365.46
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$540,000
Med. List Price
737 Properties
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Nashville Real Estate Market

Nashville has an active real estate market that's bustling with new buyers and sellers. Home values differ significantly from one location to the next. Condos and townhomes range in price from as low as $150,000 in the outskirts of the city to $3.5 million for luxury, new construction residences near the heart of Downtown.

Home prices for single-family houses denote a wide range, too, from $200,000 for a fixer-upper to $8 million for a supersized luxury residence that features over six bedrooms, manicured gardens, and other on-site amenities.

Nashville has its share of even pricier condos and single-family residences. Some of these boast over 20,000 square feet across two or three stories and go for upwards of $12 million. For affordable new construction projects, buyers can train their sights on the Cottage Park subdivision in East Nashville. The Bellevue Station neighborhood and Walden Village community also offer a good bang for the buck.

Architectural styles in Nashville are just as varied as home prices. Many of Nashville's properties have a neoclassical design with a colonnade decorating the property facade. Other styles range from modern contemporary, Tuscan, and Mediterranean to minimalist, transitional, and Victorian.

Nashville Community Amenities

Country music has a strong presence in the city and is a huge draw for musicians worldwide. Here, locals and visitors have access to the world-famous Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Nashville hosts several large events each year, including the annual Country Music Festival that spans four days and features a large lineup of country music's biggest stars.

But it isn't all about music — Nashville also enjoys a thriving economy that ranks highly in several industries, including health care and finance. The headquarters of three major corporations are located in the Nashville area: HCA Holdings, Dollar General, and Bridgestone Americas.

At nightfall, Nashville comes alive with countless clubs and bars beckoning nightcrawlers with their neon signs and live music. Some of the most iconic venues are located on Broadway between the Cumberland River and Centennial Park, including Tootsie's Orchid Lounge and The Ryman Auditorium.

As far as parks go, Nashville has several gems, including Fort Negley and Percy Warner Park. Fort Negley is a partially restored American Civil War fort located on Water's Hill in South Nashville. The city's largest green space, Percy Warner Park, offers many activities for locals to enjoy year-round, including hiking trails, picnic areas, playgrounds, grills, and sports fields.

Nashville Local Highlights

  • Third-highest concentration of recording studios in the U.S. after LA and NYC.
  • Broadway lights up each night with more than 50,000 shimmering bulbs.
  • CMA Festival is the largest free music festival in the U.S.
  • Roadways serving the metro area include I-40, I-65, and the I-24/I-440 loop.
  • Nashville International Airport is located 10 minutes from Downtown.

Nashville School Information

The Metro Nashville Public Schools system, or MNPS for short, has served the city of Nashville and Davidson County since 1855. It enrolls 86,000 students across 73 elementary schools, 33 middle schools, 25 high schools, 18 charter schools, and eight specialty schools. The largest public schools in the system include McGavock High School, Antioch High School, and Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet School.

MNPS is also the city's fifth-largest employer, with approximately ten thousand teachers, administrators, principals, and other educators serving their communities.

The vibrant city of Nashville offers its residents a rich cultural heritage, plenty of entertainment options, and excellent job opportunities. The city's home prices are affordable compared to other major metros, which is music to many homebuyers' ears. This makes Nashville a great place to buy a home.

Nashville, TN Real Estate Agents

Looking to purchase a home in Nashville? Let our Nashville real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new Nashville property. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the Nashville, Tennessee, real estate market's unique dynamics.

Connect with The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage to get more information about buyer or seller representation. Preparing to sell your Nashville home? View our market analysis page for a home value estimate within moments.

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