Green Hills is a suburban neighborhood in Nashville, Tennessee. It is an affluent area just south of downtown. It is growing, thriving and has a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Over 76% of adults in Green Hills have four-year degrees or higher, this is more than three times the national average. Most of the neighborhoods workforce is well educated, executives and their assistants, in fact over 70% of the workforce executives, management or professionals. It is semi-diverse both racially and ethnically. English is the primary language, but several residents also speak Yiddish. Over 7% of all residents are foreign-born. The neighborhood is perfect for singles, couples, growing families and retirees. The most common type of home in the neighborhood is single-family structures with 1-4 bedrooms and apartments studio through four bedrooms. Most homes in the neighborhood were built between 1970-1999. It has a vacancy rate of nearly 14%, meaning potential residents have a variety of options to choose from.
Back in the 1950s and 60s, there were plans to make the area an independently incorporated town. However, the plans were never completed and the community became part of the city of Nashville. The Bluebird Cafe is a historic music venue still in operation today and nationally known. Many songwriters have gotten their start in the small intimate setting that has always been the cafes biggest strength.
The neighborhood spans 21.7 square miles. In 2010, the average estimated value of single-family homes in Green Hills was $518,629. By 2013, the population was approximately 19,003 and the approximate population density was 875 people per square mile. In the same year, the median household income was $36.196, the median rent was $380 and the average estimated value of attached homes (like townhouses) was $373,468. The current median real estate price is $631,743 and the current average rental price is $1,595. Daily commutes are common for residents of Green Hills and many people do so by driving private vehicles. An average commute for residents of Green Hills is about 15-30 minutes.
The neighborhood is near three universities, Vanderbilt, Belmont, and Lipscomb. It is home of the Mall of Green Hills, which is an enclosed, modern mall featuring stores like Apple and Nordstrom. It is a mix of dense housing and ranch style homes on large lots. It is not highly walking, but it does have a lot of unique charm. Homes for sale come in a variety of sizes and styles to suit the needs of all potential buyers. Other real estate options include structures like high-rise apartments and condominiums. To begin your home search in the beautiful neighborhood of Green Hills, call friendly local real estate agent Pauline Charlton at 615 482 2257 today.
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