Real Estate and Neighborhood Information: Germantown
Germantown, Nashville's first suburb, is a quick jaunt north of downtown, making it a desirable area for those who want a neighborhood feel combined with close proximity to the city. The area experienced a revitalization in the 1970s and has gone on to experience a lot of growth. It’s now one of Music City’s most popular area to live, dine and play.
This bustling community has plenty to do and see. Go for a daytime stroll in the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park and stop at the Nashville Farmer’s Market. Do some shopping at the local shops or grab a photo at one of the murals. And when in season you can watch the Nashville Sounds play a game of baseball at First Horizon Park. Germantown has also become a culinary destination, as its home to many critically acclaimed restaurants.
Germantown has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979, and its recent resurgence has brought about an abundance of home options. Mixed in among the 100 species of trees found throughout the neighborhood are Victorian homes, newly constructed condos, townhomes, and single-family homes.