Nashville is a vast place, stretching up to 500 square miles. That’s a lot of territory to cover. Visiting for a couple weeks, seeing the sights, tasting the flavors and colors of the city as well as checking out housing, jobs, entertainment and the necessary shopping would be a good idea before picking up and moving. Moving to guides can help you there, but we’ll take it one step further and suggest that Green Hills would be a fascinating place to live. You can’t walk all over Nashville in order to get the feel of the city, but you can walk all over Green Hills to get that feel. Alert us if you need packing supplies so you can keep packing while we’ll tell you all about it.
Every city has its aura. It’s the feeling you get when you’ve finished seeing, eating and doing it all. You’re left with a feeling that wraps you around in its very essence. The aura of Green Hills is one of the well-lived, well-educated wealthy family. The famous Southern charm and hospitality is alive and well here in Green Hills. Nashville proper is a few miles up the road, leaving Green Hills more or less a city unto itself. Let that aura wrap around you for a couple weeks. We’re sure you will feel right at home.
If you want to live near those of your type, you look for certain neighborhoods. Green Hills is the neighborhood of the executive, the professional and the entrepreneur. There is no poverty at all in Green Hills. There is no disruption nor unpleasantness. This exclusivity, all of whose facets make Green Hills around 95 percent over Tennessee neighborhoods and not far off in the nation, makes Green Hills the place to live for executives and professionals.
Living in a 1.3 million dollar house and wearing clothing to work from Lilly Pulitzer and Anthropologie, wearing Jimmy Choo shoes and Tiffany jewelry bespeaks a certain lifestyle. This lifestyle could be yours when you move to Green Hills. Some of the most amazing food is to be enjoyed here, along with craft beers, boutique shopping and dozens of art galleries and craft shoppes. Sports, events, festivals and amusements are available by the dozen for family entertainment. Check them out on your visit, and then be prepared to enjoy those and much more when you move to Green Hills.
Not much in Green Hills is truly old, but mid-century homes add a certain cache to Green Hills. Newer homes were built between the 70s and the 90s. Some homes stand empty, not because they were foreclosed, but because they simply haven’t been bought yet. Zillow tells us most homes are three to four beds with two to three baths and go from around $350,000 on up. New builds begin around $600,000 to $700,000 and go up. Condos and apartments are also available, with studio options as well.
Education in Green Hills
Here, the Williamson County and Davidson County lines offer residents excellent schools on either side. Green Hills is home to some of the best public and private schools in Nashville:
- Julia Green Elementary School
- Covenant School
- Montgomery Bell Academy
- Ensworth School
- Linden Waldorf School
- West End Middle School
- Moore Middle School
- Hillsboro High School
Colleges and universities are many in Nashville, including:
- Vanderbilt University
- Tennessee State University
- University of Tennessee
- Belmont University
- Fisk University
- Welch College
- Nashville School of Law
After you’ve visited in order to get the feel of Green Hills, we’ll be helping you pack and move. That’s what we do. Please contact us to learn more about it.