Find the newest Bellevue homes for sale & real estate property listings in Davidson County below! Bellevue is a neighborhood in the western outskirts of Nashville in Davidson County, accessible by I-40. State highways 70 and 100 run through the community as well. It's located about 13 miles from the city center. The community is home to about 80,000 residents and uses zip codes 37221, 37209, and 37143. For information about Bellevue neighborhood properties for sale in Tennessee or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Bellevue real estate agents today. Read more about Bellevue real estate.
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Bellevue real estate market statistics: As of January 25, 2022 there are 24 active properties for sale in Bellevue with an average listing price of $615,463. The highest-priced property listing is $4,199,000, while the lowest priced property can be purchased for $199,999. Properties in Bellevue have an average price of $259 per square foot, based on listings with an average of 3.3 bedrooms, 2.8 bathrooms, and 2,097 square feet of living space.
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Bellevue Real Estate Market
Bellevue offers a mix of architectural styles at a variety of home prices. The average listing price for a Bellevue home is in the mid-300's. However, cozy single-family homes for sale are available starting in the upper 100's, averaging about 1,200 square feet at this price point. Ranch and split-level ranch styles are common in Bellevue, but there are some cabins, cottages, and Craftsman homes on the market as well. Homebuyers looking for larger lots would do well to search in Bellevue, where parcels of an acre or more are accessible. There are a few farm and ranch lots available ranging from 30 to 300 acres. A handful of Bellevue homes even offer riverfront views.
Luxury real estate above the million-dollar price point can be had in the Devonshire neighborhood and in areas such as Fox Vale Lane, Vaughn Road, and Steeplechase Lane. These homes start at 5,500 square feet, and boast amenities like elevators, multiple fireplaces, elaborate landscaping, and antebellum-style staircases. Several of these high-end properties are on large, wooded lots.
New construction and custom homes are plentiful in Bellevue due to its explosive growth. These homes start in the mid-200's for three-bedroom homes of about 1,900 square feet on Brockton Lane. The Travis Trace community and the Avondale Park neighborhood feature new construction homes in the 300's, and new construction home prices run up to the low 800's for 4,700 square feet on Natchez Pointe Drive.
Condos and townhomes start in the low 100's for one to two bedrooms. Condo offerings in Bellevue top out in the upper 200's for two to three bedrooms. There are new construction condos in the mid-200's on Harpeth Park Drive. These units average about 1,400 square feet, and some offer customizable finish choices.
Bellevue is undergoing several redevelopment projects, including construction of One Bellevue Place, a mixed-use retail, office, and residential center. The center will be anchored by a high-end grocery store and a movie theater. The Nashville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization projects that the 10-county Cumberland region surrounding Nashville will grow by about one million people by 2035. This means that outlying neighborhoods such as Bellevue will likely see tremendous economic opportunity within the next decade.
Bellevue Area Highlights
Golf and outdoor recreation at the Warner Parks
Natchez Trace Parkway access
Antique shopping district
Lots of affordable new construction homes
Bellevue Community Amenities
Bellevue is known for outdoor recreation thanks to Warner Parks, an adjacent pair of municipal parks offering hiking trails, biking and jogging routes, and an equestrian center. The parks also host the Iroquois Steeplechase each spring. Harpeth Hills Golf Course, a par 72 course surrounded by a natural wildlife habitat, and Percy Warner Golf Course, a nine-hole par 34 with wooded fairways, are located within the parks. Cheekwood Gardens and its sculpture trail are adjacent to the parks' northern border. Bellevue Park and two separate Harpeth River State Park locations are situated within Bellevue along the Harpeth River. The Cumberland River marks the northern border of Bellevue. For fans of scenic drives, the Natchez Trace Parkway offers up glorious foliage and antebellum architecture; the northern terminus is located on Highway 100 near Bellevue.
Bellevue also offers up excellent cultural opportunities. Cheekwood is an art and history museum housed in an American Country Place-era estate dating to 1929. It is home to rotating exhibitions featuring artists from around the world as well as a permanent collection of American fine art from the early twentieth century. Cheekwood also offers an artist in residence program in addition to activities, camps, and classes for the community. The Bellevue Library opened as a new branch in 2015; the modern facility features a computer lab, café, and meeting room space.
Bellevue is a hotspot for antique shopping in Nashville, anchored by the Vintage Market, which was formerly known as the Bellevue Antique Mall. For new goods, the Nashville West Shopping Center features dozens of large and specialty retailers and dining locations. Some of Nashville's best restaurants are located in Bellevue, including the iconic Loveless Café, which serves up Southern staples like biscuits and barbeque. Other cuisine types are well-represented in Bellevue, including Mexican at Cancun and El Agavero, Italian at Antonio's and Bria Bistro Italiano, Thai at Lemongrass, Japanese at Kyoto, Greek at Sam's Kabab Gyro, baked goods at City Limits and Crumb de la Crumb, and pub fare at Corner Pub in the Woods.
Bellevue Area Schools
Children of Bellevue homeowners attend schools in the Metro Nashville Public Schools district. Elementary schools include Gower and Harpeth Valley, the latter of which receives an excellent nine out of 10 rating by the school ranking website GreatSchools.org. In keeping with Nashville's reputation as the nucleus of country music, the 1960's country song "Harper Valley PTA" was inspired by Tom T. Hall driving past Harpeth Valley Elementary. Older students attend Bellevue Middle School and Hillwood High School.
Private academies in the area include Nashville Christian School, Saint Matthew School, and the Ensworth School. Nearby colleges include campuses of the Nashville State Community College as well as the Tennessee College of Applied Technology and Aquinas College.
Bellevue is an excellent choice for prospective homebuyers looking for Nashville real estate that is just outside the busy city center, yet still convenient to local amenities. The community is growing quickly, and commercial development will continue to expand at a lightning pace in the coming years. With the growth projected for the overall region within the next two decades, now would be an ideal time to buy a home and take advantage of low interest rates while home prices are relatively low.
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Listing information last updated on January 25th, 2022 at 1:39pm CST.