May 9, 2007

Green Hills Tennessee

The Green Hills area is located in the southwest part of Nashville. Since it is not technically a city, residents use a Nashville address. Formerly a bedroom community, it has recently expanded with the addition of the world-famous Bluebird Café and the Mall at Green Hills.

Songwriters and musicians who want to get known in the business head to the Bluebird Café to audition for popularity and the chance to become a household name someday. The Mall at Green Hills has over 100 specialty stores and eateries, with Dillard’s and Macy’s holding the anchor store spots. Healthy Strides is a free program offered at the mall where folks can walk the mall and enjoy complimentary snacks and special events.

The outstanding proximity to freeways, downtown Nashville, the airport, and hospitals has turned Green Hills into a highly desirable and upscale community in recent years. Older homes built from the 1950’s to the 1970’s typically sell in the $300K to $400K range.

Lately, Green Hills is referred to as one of Nashville’s “tear-down” communities. Because of the desirable location, the area attracts buyers who purchase an older home and either renovate or tear it down in order to rebuild a newer and larger home. Today’s buyers want newer homes with more square footage, open floor plans, walk-in closets, and 3-car garages.

As a result, mansions and estates are becoming commonplace in the Green Hills area driving prices upwards into the million dollar range. Upscale condo developments are also finding their way into Green Hills including two planned developments now in progress. Bedford Place is a condo community behind The Mall at Green Hills and a mixed condo/office project called Bedford Commons is in the works on Bedford Avenue.

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Sue Censky May 26, 2008

I passed through Green Hills last week while visiting Nashville - what a gorgeous area! And the homes are out of this world! I noticed there was quite a bit of traffic but I can see why people want to be there!!

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