Nashville's Green Hills neighborhood is as rich in history as it is in beautiful homes. Green Hills was established in 1939 when developers A. Roy Greene and Roy T. Primm, Sr. purchased a plot of cow pasture for $5000 and built the Green Hills Market. The area saw major growth after WWII as many of Nashville's most affluent citizens recognized the area's unique beauty and decided to plant roots in what is now zip code 37215.
Green Hills is located just a few miles south of downtown and offers convenient access to nearby restaurants, the city's best shopping, and much more. Homes in Green Hills are in high demand for home buyers looking for the very best in Nashville real estate. Located within a five-minute drive from Green Hills are three of Nashville's famous universities: Vanderbilt, Belmont, and Lipscomb. Those who work in or around downtown Nashville enjoy a short commute via the 21st Avenue/Hillsboro Road exit on I-440, which runs in a circle around the city.
Green Hills is home to the Bluebird Cafe, a longstanding staple of the Nashville music scene. Locals have always known the Bluebird as a revered mecca for the town's best songwriters (fun fact: Taylor Swift was discovered at the Bluebird!), but its exposure on the television show Nashville has made it one of the most famous tourist attractions in Green Hills. Getting a seat at the Bluebird can be difficult, but it is well worth the effort to experience this piece of Nashville's musical history.
For the ultimate in Nashville shopping, the Mall at Green Hills Mall can't be missed. This high-end shopping center features countless boutique luxury stores such as Tiffany and Co., Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, and Burberry, as well as several major department stores including Macy's and Nordstrom. Right down the street at the Hill Center, you can grab groceries at Whole Foods, pick up some workout gear at Lululemon, and head across the street for a class at the Green Hills YMCA. Green Hills offers endless options for those seeking to live, work, eat, and play within a few short miles of home.
Driving into town for top-notch food and drink isn't necessary for Green Hills residents. Table 3 Restaurant and Market, located next to the Regal Cinemas adjacent to Green Hills Mall, serves up French comfort food, wine, and cocktails in addition to freshly baked goods. Greenhouse Bar, located just down the street behind the Hill Center, offers a great atmosphere to enjoy beers, cocktails, burgers, or our personal favorite: their bacon popcorn.
Green Hills is perfect for those wanting to live close to the heart of Nashville's action without sacrificing the comfort of quiet neighborhoods, access to private and public schools, and convenient access to some of Nashville's best attractions.