Germantown is home to some of the city's finest restaurants. The area is fairly small and has been through some serious transformations. You'll find professionals hanging out at local coffee shops, walking dogs, or catching a baseball game at the Sounds stadium.

Neighborhood Keywords

Foodies Public Spaces/Parks People-Watching Trendy Shops Historic Skyline Views Condos Hip
The Neighborhood

Germantown is one of Nashville's coolest neighborhoods with trendy shops and fantastic restaurants.

The Lifestyle

City living is what Germantown is all about: it's very walkable, plenty of choices to eat out and the nightlife is mild as most places close by 11:00.

The Market

With mostly 3-story townhomes and renovated homes, the price point is above-average.

Known for

Walkability, varied restaurants, city views, and trendy shops.

What Not to Expect

High-rises, country life, large lots.

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Neighborhood Vibe

The Neighborhood

Germantown is one of the most historic neighborhoods in Nashville. This area gained its name in the mid-nineteenth century when many German immigrants called this area home. Brick sidewalks, green spaces, and a strong community presence are all hallmarks of this area. Rosa L Parks Boulevard and Jefferson Street form the edges of this community. Hume Street and 2nd Ave North run along the opposite edge making an almost perfect square. This area also borders Bicentennial Park, making it one of the most outdoor-centric areas in the city.

The Market

Germantown offers extremely diverse housing opportunities. Residents love the renovated, historic Victorian buildings throughout the neighborhood. If you prefer newly built homes, condos, lofts, townhouses, and single family homes are also all apart of the landscape of Germantown.

The Lifestyle

Germantown is an easily walkable neighborhood full of high-end shops, beloved restaurants, and outdoor spaces. This area has been deemed a city Arboretum so residents can enjoy protected green spaces. This area is also on the National Register of Historic Places so there are plenty of historically significant locations to visit. Lastly, Nashville's baseball team, The Sounds, play just a short walk away, so the best of city living is truly at resident's fingertips!

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