Germantown TN Homes for Sale

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Each Germantown 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.

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Considered to be a once off-the-beaten-path pocket neighborhood, Germantown is more than meets the eye. Brimming with both historic sites and high-end establishments, it is now one of the most well-traversed destinations in Music City. You can find boutiques with thoughtfully curated wares that sit cheek-to-cheek with local restaurants. The area is as charming as it is exciting.

Continue to read to find out what it is to call Germantown home.

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Germantown Real Estate

Just like any other Nashville, TN neighborhood, Germantown showcases an eclectic real estate market with apartments, historic single-family homes, condominiums, and more. The Queen-Anne-style homes show off their porches and tall Italianates with arched doorways. Modern-style homes line the streets, sporting boxy lines and tall, sleek windows. The Single-family homes run in the seven-figure range. Historic buildings like the Elliott School and the Werthan Mill house condominiums and townhouses. The median sale price in Germantown is $446k.

Germantown Schools

Metro Nashville Public Schools 

Students who live in historic Germantown are zoned into the top-rated Metro Nashville Public Schools, a school district that specializes in a strong learning foundation backed by extracurricular and academic activities to further the personal and developmental growth of students in grades K-12. Support services are offered for future endeavors in higher education or entering the workforce. Below are the following schools that serve Germantown.

Germantown Parks

Considered to be one of Nashville's oldest neighborhoods, those living in Germantown are afforded 18 city blocks worth of space, where lovers of the outdoors can find some of the best green spaces in Nashville. Germantown is not just well-known for its walkable brick sidewalks, but also for the abundant parks residents and visitors have direct access to.

Bicentennial Park 

Located in the shadow of the Capitol in downtown Nashville, Bicentennial Park gives visitors a taste of Tennessee's history, whether it be a simple walk in the 11-acre park, or admiring the 200-foot granite map of the state. Visitors can also find a WW2 Memorial, a 95-bell Carillon, a Pathway of History, and the Rivers of Tennessee Fountains. This park also hosts a gift shop near the visitor center, where you can find an array of clothing, mugs, water bottles, and other items to remember your visit are available.

First Horizon Park 

This Nashville ballpark opened in 2015 and is located in the city's Germantown neighborhood. The state-of-the-art facility is the official home of the Nashville Sounds Baseball Club, the Triple-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers; but has served as an events center for soccer, concerts, festivals, and various smaller public and private events.

Germantown Things to Do, Dining & Shopping

The area of Germantown is as charming as it is exciting, with everything from quaint shops and co-op spaces to nostalgic inns and nightlife. Growth of this neighborhood has given way to some of Nashville's most beloved spots, from dining to fun local shopping, there is always something to do and see when spending a day—or your life—in Germantown.

Things to Do

Kindness Is Mural 

The Kindness Is Mural is a Germantown tourist attraction created by residents and artists Rebekah & Sarah, drawing in visitors with the wonder of what kindness looks like. Visitors have the option to chalk in their answer to what kindness means to them. The mural is linked to a bigger project titled "The Kind Way," which features "The Kind Collection," consisting of apparel and other fun things.

Barista Parlor 

If your favorite hangout is a coffee shop, then look no further than the Germantown locale, Barista Parlor. This modern coffeehouse serves hot drinks and desserts, as well as breakfast items, including eggs and bagels, making for an extensive menu. Barista Parlor blends art and commerce, supporting locally sourced artisan products.


The Optimist 

The seafood spot The Optimist opened on Adams Street in Germantown in a reclaimed warehouse, featuring first-floor dining, an incredible upstairs cocktail bar dubbed Le Loup, and a great outdoor bar dubbed Jacqueline, very spacious and beautifully done. The menu features the best food the sea has to offer, plentiful with several nautical dishes, a few land staples, and without a doubt the best rolls in town.

Henrietta Red

Nestled in a bustling stretch of Germantown, Henrietta Red is an American restaurant offering seasonal contemporary cooking in an elegant coastal-themed setting. Henrietta Red focuses its attention on simple, fresh ingredients and seafood. Find wood-roasted oysters, olive oil-poached scallops, and grouper served with Carolina gold rice, mixed wild mushrooms, leek, and spring onion as the menu staples at Henrietta Red.


Nashville Farmer's Market 

The Nashville Farmer's Market is a gem for the city and the residents, as it serves delicious fruits and vegetables to unique finds, such as handcrafted pottery and artisanal soaps, the market is always flooded with options from local vendors. The atmosphere is inviting, with everything coming together to purchase quality goods from small businesses. There is always live music playing throughout the day and some excellent spots to grab a bite or take in the sights.

Second Avenue Shopping District 

Shopping in Germantown on Nashville's Second Avenue, one of the city's trendiest shopping districts, offers an exciting array of independent stores and boutiques. Rub shoulders with fashionable locals or pick up unique souvenirs while browsing through Germantown's shops, and stop for a bite at the gourmet eateries. Whether it is vintage apparel, custom jewelry, handmade furniture, or even local craft items, you can find it all at the Second Avenue Shopping District.

Interested in the allure of living in Germantown? Don't let the theme park-invoking Germantown fool you. This extensive 18-block Nashville community is a real estate hit for its extensive housing options—condominiums, luxury apartments, and historic single-family homes—as well as its affordability. The school district in Nashville is considered a top-rated Tennessee district, with plenty of public and private school offerings to Germantown residential students. There are a plethora of things to do, dining options, and shopping that can be found in the neighborhood, meaning you are never too far from the convenience of your home and the convenience of city living. Explore the best of Germantown today.

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