One of Nashville’s prettiest neighborhoods, Sylvan Park, is situated between The Nations and West End. This community-oriented neighborhood runs southwest of Downtown Nashville and is brimming with locally owned shops, restaurants, and bars. A welcoming culture and a “neighbor helping neighbor” feel, people who live in Sylvan Park tend to be extremely involved in preserving and growing their community. Supporting local businesses is the mantra these residents live by, and of course it makes it very easy to shop and eat locally when the businesses are unique and trendy.
Sylvan park has some of the sweetest mom and pop shops in the city! Check out Star Bagel, Neighbors, Park cafe, and Bobbie’s Dairy Dip. Wonderful for families of all types or single people who desire to live close to the city but want to be in a more residential area, this community is extremely walkable and offers a lot of different activities for the active residents. The McCabe Golf Course, Richland Creek Greenway, and Climb Nashville are just some of the active establishments that Sylvan Park has to offer.
The architecture in Sylvan park embodies the historic character and growth of the neighborhood. Dating back to the 1900’s you will see different styles of houses lining the streets. You will see cottages and bungalows next to newly renovated townhomes, creating a diverse mix of home styles. Filled with historic charm, amazing proximity to downtown and Vanderbilt, while maintaining a slower paced more peaceful setting, Sylvan park has become one of the most desirable areas in Nashville to live in. The current median sales price for a single-family home in Sylvan park is $885,000 with a median of 2,536 sq ft.