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Nashville is known for its vibrant country music scene.


Welcome to Nashville

An iconic Southern city with a flair for music.
Perhaps one of the most iconic cities in the South, Nashville is known for its vibrant country music scene and incredible natural beauty. It’s also becoming the hottest place to live, winning people over with its southern hospitality and unlimited entertainment options.
Nashville has become one of the most sought-after places to buy a home in the South. Plenty of stunning condos and townhouses are available to purchase in the city, many with beautiful rooftop views. The eclectic neighborhoods of Nashville ensure there is a home for everyone, with styles ranging from modern lofts and high-rise condos to charming classics and updated historic homes.

What to Love

  • Thriving local businesses

  • Lively music scene

  • Rich history

  • Delicious restaurants

People & Lifestyle

Nashville is the capital of Tennessee, and the state’s most populous city. Known as the home of country music, this city is fun and lively, attracting tourists and home buyers alike. More and more people have moved to Nashville from other countries over the past few decades, creating a diverse population where everyone feels they belong.
The city boasts a booming culinary scene along with endless entertainment possibilities. Young people love living in Nashville due to its great energy along with nightlife and sporting events. Popular neighborhoods include the Gulch, 12 South, Green Hills, Germantown, Belle Meade, and East Nashville.

Dining, Shopping, & Entertainment

Nashville’s Broadway is the lifeblood of the city’s music scene. World famous Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge is just one of over 30 iconic bars lining Broadway, each with their own live music pouring into the streets. Restaurants and bars collide on Broadway and you can find classics like Merchants and Robert’s Western World to new establishments such as Honkey Tonk Central and Acme Feed and Seed.
Nashville is also home to plenty of shopping, including Reese Witherspoon's clothing store Draper James, Lucchese for your own pair of cowboy boots, and trendy Uncommon James jewelry store.
The culinary scene in Nashville leaves nothing to be desired. Originals like Hattie B’s Hot Chicken stand up to the newcomers like The Optimist and Bourbon. The Southern eatery Loveless Cafe is an iconic Nashville spot to grab a bite to eat with friends and family. Locals and visitors love checking out live music at the historic and intimate Bluebird Cafe, where many country music superstars have gotten their start.

Things to Do

As a thriving city, Nashville offers an incredible amount of live musical performances, outdoor adventures and sporting events. The beauty of Nashville is that people of all ages will not run out of things to stay entertained.
Nashville is the perfect place for music lovers, who can enjoy exhibits at the Country Music Hall of Fame and or take in a performance at the storied Ryman Auditorium. The Ryman is one of the most significant music heritage sites in the US, referred to as the “Mother Church”, and attracts entertainers from around the globe. This intimate and inviting experience is one that you will never forget.
Sports fans can watch the Titans play at Nissan Stadium or visit Bridgetown Arena to catch a Predators hockey game.
Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, located in the southern part of Nashville, is a beautiful respite from city life, offering 55-acres of gardens to explore. There are plenty of parks to enjoy, including public forest Percy Warner Park and Radnor Lake State Park, which has plentiful hiking trails. Other fun local attractions include the Nashville Zoo, Opryland Resort, and the Belle Meade Plantation.


Nashville is zoned to the Metro Nashville Public School system, which serves over 86,000 students and consists of multiple elementary, middle, and high schools. Local private schools include:
  • Montgomery Bell Academy, 7-12, college preparatory day school for boys

  • Harpeth Hall School, 5-12, college preparatory day school for girlsl

  • Lipscomb Academy, PK-12, Christian college preparatory school

  • University School of Nashville, K-12, independent day school

  • Vanderbilt University, private research university

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Overview for Nashville, TN

75,199 people live in Nashville, where the median age is 32.1 and the average individual income is $30,229. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Nashville, TN

Nashville has 29,353 households, with an average household size of 2.51. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Nashville do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 75,199 people call Nashville home. The population density is 3,517.36 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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50.85 / 49.15%

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Schools in Nashville, TN

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The following schools are within or nearby Nashville. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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St Clement Coptic Orthodox Christian Academy
St Edward Elementary School

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