Search Nashville homes for sale & real estate in Davidson County. The capital city of Tennessee, Nashville is located in Davidson County. It is also the state's largest city, outpacing Memphis by metropolitan statistical area; more than 650,000 call "Music City USA" home. It serves as a major hub of music and culture not just for the state of Tennessee, but also for much of the southeastern United States. For information about Nashville properties for sale in Tennessee or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Nashville real estate experts today. Read more about Nashville real estate.
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Nashville real estate market statistics: As of January 28, 2022 there are 1567 active properties for sale in Nashville with an average listing price of $753,322. The highest-priced property listing is $14,999,000, while the lowest priced property can be purchased for $0. Properties in Nashville have an average price of $1,615 per square foot, based on listings with an average of 3.1 bedrooms, 2.6 bathrooms, and 2,119 square feet of living space.
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Nashville Real Estate Market
Nashville's healthy economy and robust job market have ignited the housing market within the last two years. Nashville appeared in the Urban Land Institute's 2016 list of the top 10 real estate markets for investors to watch. Real estate analysts have noticed a surge in people relocating to Nashville from expensive cities like New York, taking advantage of Nashville's relatively low cost of living balanced with its abundance of urban amenities. For most of Nashville, it's currently a seller's market. Inventory has only risen by about three percent over the past year, while demand has not slowed down. Median listing prices have jumped by about 16 percent in that same time period, and homes are spending an average of just over a month on the market. In high-demand neighborhoods, the right home may be off the market within days.
Median home prices in Nashville run in the 300's for a single-family home at an average size of 2,200 square feet, while condos and townhomes sell for a median price in the upper 200's and come in at an average of 1,300 square feet. However, housing at nearly every price point is available throughout the city. About 53 percent of residents are homeowners; the median rent cost is $900 per month.
Housing demand has resulted in numerous new developments and additions, so new construction, contemporary home styles and urban condos are common. However, there are a handful of historic homes on the market, particularly in the East Nashville neighborhood, with architectural styles including Colonial, Victorian, and Italianate. High-end and luxury real estate is available in neighborhoods like Belle Meade and Green Hills. Popular urban neighborhoods include the Gulch, Downtown Nashville, and West End, while some of the most sought-after residential neighborhoods include Germantown, Sylvan Park, and Belmont Boulevard. Prospective homebuyers seeking a gated subdivision will find it in Otter Wood, Woodmont Close, and Fairvue Plantation.
Nashville Area Highlights
Tennessee Performing Arts Center, home to the Nashville Opera and Nashville Ballet
Full-scale replica of the Athens Parthenon
Hiking and birdwatching at Radnor Lake State Park
"Foodie" culture with nearly every type of cuisine represented
Bridgestone Arena hosts Nashville Predators and special events
Dozens of breweries, wineries, and distilleries
Water recreation on the Cumberland River
Nashville Community Amenities
Nashville is experiencing an economic boom, having created an average of 30,000 jobs per year since 2010. Known as the "home of country music," it's no surprise that the music recording and production sector is a significant part of the economy. However, the leading industry in Nashville is healthcare, which contributes an estimated 200,000 jobs to the area. The largest employers in the city include Vanderbilt University and its affiliate medical center, the public school system, and the state and federal governments. Other major companies operating in Nashville include Nissan, Bridgestone, and Dell. The median household income for the city is $52,000, which is on par with the national average.
Music plays a huge role in the culture of Nashville. Residents and visitors can find live music any night of the week at venues like the Grand Ole Opry, Mercury Lounge, Ryman Auditorium, the Basement, the Station Inn, and the legendary Bluebird Café. The city also plays host to numerous festivals throughout the year, including the CMA Music Festival, Tennessee Beer and Wine Festival, International Black Film Festival, Winter Jam, and dozens more. Shopping opportunities abound, from the eclectic boutiques of Downtown and East Nashville to the massive malls and retail centers like Nashville West Shopping Center, the Mall at Green Hills, and Opry Mills.
The city is dotted with museums, the best-known of which is the Country Music Hall of Fame. Other music-themed museums include the Johnny Cash Museum and RCA Studio B. Historic sites abound as well, such as Andrew Jackson's Hermitage, Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, and Belle Meade Plantation. The Tennessee State Museum, Frist Center for Visual Arts, Adventure Science Center, and Cheekwood Botanical Gardens also attract plenty of visitors.
Nashville is almost as famous for its food as for its music scene. Local specialties include barbeque and hot chicken. Among the city's most sought-after restaurants are Prince's Hot Chicken Shack, the Treehouse, Martin's Bar-B-Que, Hermitage Café, and Arnold's Country Kitchen.
Consolidated city limits encompass more than 500 square miles. Interstates 40, 24, and 65 converge in Nashville, and Nashville International Airport is located in the eastern part of the city. Mass transit is available via Metropolitan Transit Authority bus lines and the Music City Star commuter rail system.
Nashville Area Schools
Children of Nashville homeowners attend schools in the Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools district. The district serves the city as well as the rest of Davidson County and has a total of 73 elementary schools, 33 middle schools, and 25 high schools. There are also 18 charter schools and eight specialty schools in the district. In addition, more than a dozen parochial and private schools are available throughout the city.
There are numerous higher education institutions throughout the Nashville area, including Vanderbilt University and Tennessee State University. Nashville State Community College has several campuses with a total of nearly 10,000 students enrolled. Other colleges and specialty schools include Belmont University, Lipscomb University, Meharry Medical College, and Nashville School of Law.
Nashville offers nearly every imaginable urban amenity and a wealth of job opportunities. Shopping, dining, live music, and cultural events are plentiful and varied. With dozens of top-ranked schools to choose from, several colleges, and a wide variety of neighborhoods, homebuyers looking at homes for sale in Nashville have an excellent selection. With the hot real estate market and relatively low interest rates, now is an ideal time to buy a home in a Nashville community.
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Listing information last updated on January 28th, 2022 at 10:09pm CST.