What Its Known For
West End, the Nations, Sylvan Park, and Green Hills make up the majority of West Nashville.
Nashville’s West End neighborhood is trendy and centrally located, packed with tree-lined streets, boutiques, local microbreweries, and ethnic eateries. Speaking of ethnic food, be sure to check out Sitar, West End’s famous long-running Indian restaurant. Or experience the original Nashville by visiting the Blackstone Brewing Company, which has been around since 1994! The nightlife in West End is mostly quiet get-togethers of close friends, with the exception of Church Street on a Friday night which sees it’s fair share of bachelorette parties! Living in West End, you have various dwellings, including several apartment buildings, condos, and townhomes in Centennial Park! Plus, the park has several year-round attractions and a 42-foot-tall statue of Athena–that’s pretty neat!
The Nations is located on the western edge of Nashville, north of Sylvan Park and east of West Meade. Another one of Nashville’s long-lasting neighborhoods, The Nations is packed with fully renovated homes aging back to the 1930s–a seamless blend of modern convenience and historic design! The area is also known for its eclectic shops and well-loved eateries such as Cool Stuff Weird Things (a thrift shop with repurposed furniture and vintage clothing), Coco’s Italian Market (a traditional Italian cuisine and shop) and Thistle stop cafe.
The Green Hills neighborhood is home to several shopping malls featuring high-end department stores, trendy boutiques and restaurants. The famous Bluebird Cafe is tucked into a little strip mall on Hillsboro Pike just south of the larger malls. Some of the biggest names in country music have performed on its intimate stage, so frequent the Bluebird hoping see the next big country star. There are a handful of apartment properties sprinkled throughout Green Hills, most of them located along the Hillsboro Pike. Although the area is not very walkable, residents can get to Downtown quickly by car or bus on Hillsboro Pike/US-43, and the Nashville International Airport is just a 15-minute drive away.
On the southwest corner of Nashville is Sylvan Park, one of the friendliest communities in the city. Residents here are actively involved in supporting local businesses and creating relationships with their neighbors. Sylvan Park is loaded with exciting cuisine, live music and outdoor recreational activities like hiking. The quiet atmosphere and neighborly approach, as well as an excellent craft beer scene, have made Sylvan Park one of Nashville’s favorite neighborhoods to live, especially for people looking for a cozy community and eclectic style of home. While the majority of the area is modest and residential, most of the action (shops and restaurants) can be found on the neighborhood’s northern edge at Charlotte Avenue.