Horseshoe Bend TN Homes for Sale

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Each Horseshoe Bend 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 Horseshoe Bend 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 Horseshoe Bend home. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the unique dynamics of the Horseshoe Bend real estate market.

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About Horseshoe Bend 

Horseshoe Bend is a prestigious community of 360 upscale and custom homes located in the rolling hills west of Nashville established in 1987. This suburb lies between Harpeth and Little Harpeth Rivers in the very Northwestern corner of Williamson County, yet only minutes from downtown, Vanderbilt, Green Hills, Brentwood, and Historic Downtown Franklin.

Horseshoe Bend Real Estate & Amenities

Horseshoe Bend is a neighborhood of luxury homes in Nashville, TN offering an assortment of renovations of brick-style homes, as well as contemporary and modern builds. Horseshoe Bend single-family homes for sale range in square footage from around 3,100 sq. ft. to over 4,300 sq. ft. 

The amenities of Horseshoe Bend are just as luxurious as the homes, where residents have access to a luxury swimming pool, a clubhouse, tennis courts, and nature trails connected to Edwin Warner Park boasting miles of hiking and biking trails and greenways.

Horseshoe Bend Schools

Students living in the rural-urban neighborhood of Horseshoe Bend are zoned into the Nashville Metro Public Schools, a school district that prides itself on a strong learning foundation backed by extracurriculars and academic activities for the personal and educational development of its students in grades K-12. Support services are offered for future endeavors in higher education and entering the workforce. Below are the following schools that serve Horseshoe Bend.

Horseshoe Bend Things To Do, Dining & Shopping

Despite its location between the Harpeth and Little Harpeth Rivers, Horseshoe Bend is conveniently close to Downtown Nashville and other prestigious neighborhoods, placing residents close to the best city amenities, from dining and shopping to a plethora of activities to partake in, there is something for everyone here.

Things To Do

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area 

The Glen Canyon National Recreation Area encompasses 1.25 million acres of unparalleled opportunities for water-based and backcountry recreation. The recreation area stretches for hundreds of miles from Lees Ferry in Arizona to the Orange Cliffs of southern Utah, encompassing scenic vistas, geologic wonders, and a vast panorama of human history.

Jack Daniel's Distillery Tour 

The Jack Daniel's Distillery Tour offers a special inside look at the Old No. 7 brand. Join the tour for a day in historic Lynchburg and the full story of how the best-selling American whiskey in the world grew from one of the smallest counties in Tennessee. The distillery is the oldest registered distillery in the U.S. and among the most prestigious listed on the National Register of Historic Places, making for a fun afternoon of tasting and dining for friends.


El Fuego Restaurant 

The El Fuego Restaurant is a vibrant cantina with Mexican and Latin American dishes such as pupusas and carne asada, plus margaritas. This restaurant is East Nashville's top pick for Latin American cuisine, with menu favorites like the Al Pastor—two cooked grilled-carnitas street-style tacos with grilled pineapple with onions and cilantro on corn tortillas, served with rice and beans.

Caney Fork River Valley Grille 

The Caney Fork River Valley Grille offers southern fried specialties and wild game dishes in a camping lodge environment with an indoor pond. The Caney Fork River Valley Grille offers a diverse menu with some of the best southern food and wild game you can find in Nashville. Some menu favorites include the Big Boy Fish Dinner—3 pieces of select North Atlantic Cod, lightly battered and fried to a golden brown, served on a bed of fries, and two hushpuppies and tartar sauce.


Opry Mills 

The Opry Mills shopping mall in Nashville, TN is a favorite amongst locals for being the largest outlet shopping destination. Amongst the brands, you can find TUMI, Coach Outlet, and Pandora. Take the kiddos to get pictures taken with the Easter Bunny, as there are year-round special events that take place at the mall.

Five Points Alley Shops 

Five Points Alley Shops is a hip retail space with eight small, separate buildings containing shops for books, clothing, art, and more. This one-stop destination for gifts, goods, and garments carries over a creative East Nashville flare. Discover locally and independently owned stores. You can find fun stores such as Defunct Books, an independent bookstore dealing in used, rare, and out-of-print books, as well as Black Dog Beads, a local jewelry crafting and beading haven.

Interested in the allure of calling Horseshoe Bend home? This rural-urban neighborhood in Nashville offers spacious, large luxury homes for a high price and on-site luxury amenities. For its amazing location in Nashville, residents of Horseshoe Bend are zoned into a top-rated school district with schools nearby serving the community, as well as easy access to the top dining scenes, shopping, and activities for everyone to enjoy. Explore the best of Horseshoe Bend today.