Conveniently located near Vanderbilt and Belmont Universities, the Belmont/Hillsboro area is a collection of restaurants, boutiques and historic landmarks. Located between 12th Avenue S & 21st Ave S, Wedgewood Avenue, and highway 440, this very desirable Nashville neighborhood boasts a college town vibe with an upscale air. Its proximity to the universities has rejuvenated the community and attracted many for living and playing.
Hillsboro Village is the perfect place in town for a day’s stroll. If you are hungry or thirsty you will not run out of options, whether it’s breakfast at the famous Pancake Pantry, a mid day beer at Double Dogs, or dinner at Jackson’s Bar & Bistro. There are also plenty of clothing shops and fun boutiques. The Belcourt Theater calls Hillsboro Village home. This jewel was opened in 1925 as a silent movie house, later became the location of the Grand Ole Opry, and now has returned to its original use as a theatre. This restored masterpiece is operated as a non-profit organization and a has become venue for independent films, as well as live music and performing arts. Hillsboro Village’s four-block radius has all the makings of its own quaint village.
Some Hillsboro Village favorites include:
Cabana- 1910 Belcourt Avenue
Provence- 1705 21st Avenue S
Fido- 1812 21st Avenue S
Revelator Coffee- 1817 21st Avenue S
Double Dogs- 1807 21st Avenue S
Tennessee Chic- 1818 21st Avenue S
Festivity- 1814 21st Avenue S
The Impeccable Pig- 1802 21st Avenue S
Native & Nomad- 1813 21st Avenue S
In the same vicinity as Hillsboro Village you will find the Belmont area. This area is home to Belmont University, great restaurants, and stellar shops. A similar vibe to Hillsboro Village, both students, locals, and some tourist stroll down Belmont Boulevard to enjoy what this neighborhood has to offer and view the spectacular homes that line this street. Large, mostly renovated and some upwards of $1 million these homes are quite the site and rarely become available. The Belmont Mansion, located on the Belmont University campus, was built in the mid-1800’s. Throughout the years this mansion served as the home of Nashville socialite, Adelicia Acklen Hayes, temporarily housed the Union army, and became an all girl’s college and seminary. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Belmont Mansion now operates as a museum and attracts all wanting to view one of the most elaborate antebellum homes in the South.
Some Belmont neighborhood favorites include:
Blvd Nashville- 2013 Belmont Blvd
Chago’s Cantina- 2015 Belmont Blvd
Bongo Java- 2007 Belmont Blvd
Proper Bagel- 2011 Belmont Blvd
PM- 2017 Belmont Blvd
Martin’s BBQ Joint- 3108 Belmont Blvd
If you have not visited the Belmont/Hillsboro area make sure you plan a day trip. If you want to live in this neighborhood be prepared for the hefty price tag demanded by the location. You have a variety of living options in Belmont/Hillsboro that include single family homes, apartments, and condominium developments like The Enclave. There is plenty to eat, do, and see in this quaint yet fabulous area.
Are you interested in scheduling a viewing of a Belmont/Hillsboro area home listed for sale or to learn more about real estate in Nashville’s Belmont/Hillsboro neighborhood? If so, contact Gabriela Lira at 615-440-6327 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Gabriela is a professional REALTOR® and a RE/MAX Masters agent who specializes in Belmont/Hillsboro area real estate.
Belmont/Hillsboro Homes for Sale
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