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From the nondescript recording studios on tree-lined streets in Music Row to the cute and quaint cottages in Edge Hill, there is so much charm in these neighborhoods.
Eclectic and funky vibes abound in these fun and quirky neighborhood.
There are few residential spaces in Music Row and you'll find new construction HPRs to adorable cottages in Edge Hill.
Located between 12th and 20th Avenues from Division and Demonbreun to Belmont University, Edgehill/Music Row celebrates a rich legacy in tradition, diversity, and creativity. Edgehill can be traced back to the early 1820s as a byproduct of the Civil War and gained popularity in the late 1920s due to a new streetcar line. In 1954, the first music recording business opened on Music Row. Today, you will find tree-lined streets filled with record labels and recording studios and you may even bump into music execs at one of the fabulous restaurants or shops in Edgehill Village.
While Edgehill encompasses a relatively small area, you can find some wonderful options for housing. Though housing stock is limited, this cool neighborhood does offer streets with charming early century bungalows, new build craftsmans, modern 3-story homes, and a spattering of high-rise condos as well.
Edgehill/Music Row are fun and funky and have a vibe all their own. There really is no other neighborhood in the country like Music Row. Disguised in tree-lined streets, quiet sidewalks, and sprawling front porches the recording studios, label offices, and publishing houses look so nondescript you’d hardly even know this neighborhood was home to music row if not for the sign at one end. If you’re looking to sample some authentic Nashville flavor, Edgehill Village is a community gathering place with a carefully curated selection of restaurants, shops, and businesses.