East Nashville TN Homes for Sale

Real Estate in East Nashville NashvilleEast Nashville homes for sale

Each East Nashville real estate listing includes the price, days on market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, construction type, and other important details as entered by the listing agent in the MLS.

Also review local East Nashville property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending).   Allow our Nashville real estate experts to help you navigate the purchase of or expertly negotiate the sale of your East Nashville home. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the unique dynamics of the East Nashville real estate market.

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East Nashville is a bustling walkable neighborhood with a hip and eclectic atmosphere. The historic district has a handful of trendy and upcoming neighborhoods with vibrant and progressive areas full of energy and character. East Nashville has a unique youthful vibe that feels completely different from the famous honky-tonk bars lining Broadway Downtown.

Continue to read to find out what to know about moving to East Nashville.

East Nashville Homes for Sale July 19, 2024
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East Nashville Neighborhoods & Real Estate

Inglewood 

This classic Nashville neighborhood has been revitalized with trendy businesses in the 21st century. In Inglewood, you can find vintage ranch-style houses, painted craftsman exteriors, and the pointed frames of Tudors. Homes sell for a median of $530,000 to $560,000, and the average square footage of a home is 1,623 sq. ft.

Lockeland Springs 

This neighborhood was originally developed as an area of stately country retreats for Nashville's wealthiest residents. The neighborhood blossomed into a streetcar suburb in the late 19th century, with historic architecture including large turn-of-the-century Victorians and charming 1920s bungalows. Home prices range from $460,000 for a small 2-bedroom cottage to about $1.6 million for a fully restored 1920s English bungalow. The average square footage of a home in this neighborhood is 1,961 sq. ft.

Historic Edgefield 

This neighborhood was the first Nashville neighborhood to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Full of renovated Victorian properties all within walking distance of all of Five Points’ businesses, this neighborhood is popular amongst the young professionals of Nashville. The median sale price of a quaint Queen Anne is $527,000, while a fully restored Victorian is $1.5M. The average square footage is 2,175 sq. ft. 

Cleveland Park 

This up-and-coming neighborhood features lots of new developments alongside historic craftsman homes. This neighborhood features tons of single-family homes, modern condominiums, and restored 1940s cottage-style homes/ The homes for sale in Cleveland Park range from $220,000 to $3,700,000. The average square footage ranges from around 700 sq. ft. to over 3,500 sq. ft. 

Donelson 

This neighborhood offers older homes and new developments with plenty of diverse dining choices close to Nashville International Airport. The neighborhood comprises ranch-style homes, occasional Cape Cod, and a few townhouse communities. The median home price of single-family homes is $400,000 with an average square footage of 16,117 sq. ft. 

East Nashville Schools 

Davidson County School District

Students living in the large part of East Nashville are served by the Davidson County School District. You can explore community schools, public schools, and charter schools that serve this area. 

KIPP—Nashville, Public, Charter, 6-8 

Lockeland Elementary School—Public, Magnet, K-4 

Lincoln College of Technology—Private, Higher Education 

East Nashville Entertainment, Dining & Shopping

East Nashville offers an endless array of stylish spots to eat and drink, as well as many popular nightlife spots to enjoy on a night out on the town.

Dining

Five Points Pizza 

This local favorite for New York-style pizzas and craft beers is a hot spot in the Five Points neighborhood, packed with a lively bar in the restaurant.  From garlic knots to NY-style dough made fresh from scratch daily, aged in-house, hand-tossed, and topped with hand-crushed plum tomato sauce and house-shredded mozzarella, all baked to perfection on 2" bricks, in old-school gas-fired deck ovens. You can find the beloved Stromboli here as well.

Drifters BBQ Joint

This restaurant is a great choice for hickory-smoked meats served in a laid-back space with games and live music. At Drifters BBQ Joint, you can enjoy live music with indoor and outdoor entertainment, offering an authentic dive bar feel. With beloved pub-style fare, enjoy fried hot pickles as a shareable starter before moving on to your BBQ dinner, consisting of six oz. perfectly hickory smoked and slow-roasted meats, served with baked beans, fries, and coleslaw.

Entertainment

Beyond the Edge 

At this entertainment bar, you can find 30+ TVs to never miss a game and 25 beers on tap to keep your cup full all night long! Beyond the Edge hosts unique events, such as upcoming games all season long. The food at this bar offers amazing shareable tailgate nachos, as well as juicy fat burgers and a side of a basket of fries to pair with a good game.

Shopping

Fatherland District 

This cool collection of local shops in East Nashville offers clothing and gifts, plus specialty foods and salon services, keeping you busy all day long. At the Fatherland District, you can experience the best of East Nashville through the local businesses that call this hip and growing neighborhood home. You can support local businesses here, as well as artisan shops.

Abode Mercantile 

This quaint shop has a retro atmosphere selling locally sourced gourmet food, home decor, and unique gifts. At Abode Mercantile, you will find many purchasable goods based around the seasons, you can find candles, soft pillows, and cozy blankets, as well as coffee and locally crafted jewelry to gift this season.

East Nashville Things to Do

The thriving neighborhoods of East Nashville host some of the city's most unique annual events, from festivals that incorporate a feel of community to parks that get you out into the beauty of Nashville's nature, there is always something to do in East Nashville.

Music City's Hot Chicken Festival 

This East Nashville festival celebrates the Fourth of July with live music, alongside food trucks serving signature Nashville spicy fried chicken. At Music City's Hot Chicken Festival, local bands will keep the Nashville vibe going all day long.

Tomato Art Fest 

This East Nashville fest captures the offbeat appeal with an art show featuring tomato-themed artwork. At the Tomato Art Fest, you can find a family-friendly parade with floats and tomato-inspired costumes as well as a Bloody Mary Garden Party.

Shelby Park 

East Nashville is home to green spaces and outdoor recreation, with Shelby Park housing 300 acres of space for baseball fields, softball fields, playgrounds, two golf courses, bike and hiking trails, and a dog park. The Shelby Bottoms Nature Center & Greenway has miles of trails running through more than 950 acres of natural scenery along the Cumberland River.

Intrigued by the allure of living in East Nashville? This section of Nashville hosts an array of neighborhoods, many a mix of historically renovated and modern builds, from affordably low prices to steep prices depending on the size and location. With fantastic schools close by to each neighborhood, and a top-rated school district serving East Nashville, this area is a friendly location for young families. You can find the best dining, entertainment, shopping, and things to do year-round in East Nashville to keep you exploring year-round. Explore the best of East Nashville today.

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