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Quick Facts

Population (NA): 1,540
Zip Codes: 37201, 37203, 37208, 37210, 37213, 37219, 37224, 37227, 37234, 37238, 37242, 37243, 37244, 37246, 37250
Median Listing Price: $360,000
Median Closing Price: N/A
County: Davidson County
School District: Metro Nashville Public Schools

Travel & Commute Times

Spring Hill: 37 mins
Brentwood: 15 mins
Franklin: 28 mins
Gallatin: 36 mins

Things to Do

About Downtown Nashville

Nashville is the capital and most populous city in Tennessee – and for good reason. This gorgeous city, home to the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame, is packed with attractions, thriving businesses, amazing restaurants and shops, and what’s been called the U.S.’s most active nightlife scene.

Today, Nashville is a literal crossroads of American culture. With art and history museums, musical inclinations and some of the state’s friendliest neighbors, Downtown Nashville may be the perfect place for you to call home. Its WeGo public transit system is incredibly popular, running buses at all hours of the day. There are also multiple cab companies, the Music City Star Train and several ride share companies operating in the city, and bike and electric scooter rentals are thriving.

Downtown Nashville condos for sale span a wide spectrum; you’ll find luxury condos at the tops of tall buildings, single-bedroom condos that are conveniently located to busy businesses in the area, and everything in between.

Downtown Nashville History

Located on the Cumberland River, the city of Nashville is steeped in history and pays homage to its roots through a number of historic attractions. The first known settlers in the area were Native Americans of the Mississippian culture, who grew corn crops and thrived between the years 1000 and 1400 – and then mysteriously disappeared. Other indigenous peoples later inhabited the area, and French fur traders eventually established a trading post in the early 1700s. The first settlement here was established in 1779 and was used as Fort Nashborough, named in honor of General Francis Nash. As a strategic location on the river and the railroad, it became a Civil War battleground.

Commute Times From Downtown Nashville

Downtown Nashville is located just 9.5 from the Nashville International Airport and:

  • 3 miles from Brentwood
  • 1 miles from Goodlettsville
  • 7 miles from Hendersonville
  • 6 miles from Mt. Juliet
  • 5 miles from Franklin
  • 6 miles from Nolensville
  • 7 miles from Leiper’s Fork
  • 8 miles from Spring Hill

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Schools in Downtown Nashville

Families with kids in school fall under the Metro Nashville Public Schools system, and there are a number of public schools in the area. There are also several private schools in Nashville. If you’d like your child to attend a specific school, let your Downtown Nashville REALTOR® know – we can find you a condo for sale that’s zoned for that facility.

Entertainment and Things to Do in Downtown Nashville

Downtown Nashville is known for its spectacular attractions – it’s Music City. It’s home to the state’s most-visited places, including:

  • The Grand Ole Opry
  • Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Ryman Auditorium
  • The Parthenon
  • Broadway
  • Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
  • Belle Meade Historic Site and Winery
  • The Frist Art Museum

There’s always something to do or see in Nashville, and you can branch out from the city and visit neighboring cities using I-40, I-65 and a number of state highways that will take you anywhere you need to go.

Golf Near Downtown Nashville

Nashville and its suburbs have several world-renowned golf clubs and public courses. Some of the most popular near Downtown Nashville include:

  • Two Rivers Golf Course
  • Ted Rhodes Golf Course
  • McCabe Golf Course
  • Shelby Golf Course
  • Gaylord Springs Golf Links
  • Nashboro Golf Club
  • Harpeth Hills Golf Course
  • Percy Warner Golf Course

Public Parks in Downtown Nashville

Nashville is close to the famed Percy Warner Park, but right in the city you’ll find a number of amazing public parks and recreational opportunities. Some of the parks offer playground equipment, hiking and biking trails, and picnic areas; others feature historical attractions. Some of the most popular in the downtown area include:

  • Cumberland Park
  • Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
  • Riverfront Park
  • Church Street Park
  • Nashville Public Square Park
  • Walk of Fame Park
  • Nashville River Front
  • Owen Bradley Park
  • Victory Park
  • Nashville Music Garden

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