Historic Edgefield is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Nashville having been founded in 1869 and not becoming a part of Nashville until 1880. Then 1916 The Great Fire swept through Edgefield destroying 648 buildings and leaving more than 3,000 homeless. Later, East Park would be built on part of the land cleared by the fire.
Due to rapid growth in the last decade, Nashville Next was put in place to limit commercial development and preserve the residential character of the neighborhood.
The LB Group Recommends:
Hawkers Asian Street Food. Simply put: if you haven’t been there yet get over there now! Share a small plate or two of delectable dishes to get a taste of a little bit of everything.
Want natural and local? The Turnip Truck has been providing fresh, local, and wholesome foods to the community since 2001.
Along a stretch of Woodland St is East Park where Festivals take place almost all year round. A few notable festivals include the Nashville Rosé Festival, East Nashville St. Patrick’s Day Festival, East Side Hootenanny, Music City Hot Chicken Festival, and The East Nashville Beer Festival.
The median sales price for a single family home in this area is $657,500 with a median of 2,091 sq ft.