This eclectic and vibrant neighborhood has many amenities that everyone can benefit from. With a Central Park, NPL library branch, and easy access to many of the high traffic areas of Nashville, it’s no surprise that Woodbine is now exploding. Among the great features this neighborhood has that are state-run, there is also an amazing food scene that is diverse in abundance and ethnic choices.
Located Southwest of Nashville center, nestled between Glenrose Ave, Nolensville Pike, and Thompson Lane boarding Glencliff. It has also been called Flatrock or Radnor. Woodbine has a rich history even pre- Nashville, having been a known meeting place for the five Native American tribes that inhabited the Nashville area: Seminoles, Creeks, Chocktaws, Chickasaws, and Cherokees.
The LB Group Recommends
The copious international restaurants that offer delectable foods from many cultures makes it hard to choose just a few to recommend in Woodbine, but we will certainly try. For Restaurants, our top three are Peachtree Drive In for the Lamb Dip Sandwiches, Ginger Thai for the Ginger Fried Rice, and finally, The Bee Ice Cream Shop for Mango sorbet with lime and chili flakes, aka Mangonada. YUM! Also, go grab yourself a coffee at the Red Bicycle before enjoying the amenities.
As for amenities, Woodbine is very community-oriented, with the Thompson Lane Nashville Public Library Branch and Coleman Park Community Center hosting events and activities for all ages. You also have easy access to the Mill Creek Greenway and the Woodbine Community Open Space for outdoor fun and fresh air.
The median sales price for a single-family home is $610,000 with an average of 1960 square feet.