Historic homes in Nashville are filled with endless charm and character, which is one of many reasons why they also continue to be so highly sought after by home buyers. If you're planning to be in the market for a vintage home in 2019, here are several places that might make for the perfect place to begin your search.
Popular with nearby university students, the Belmont/Hillsboro area is filled with hip places to shop and grab a bite to eat. This quaint area also features some historic homes, including some cozy bungalows and Tudors, with several options dating back to the early 20th century.
The Cherokee Park neighborhood offers some mid-century charmers, some of which have been recently renovated with more modern features and finishes. You’ll also find some homes dating back to the 1920s, with original design features complimented by new inclusions.
Woodward in Waverly
A designated Historic Preservation Overlay district, Woodward in Waverly is also recognized as one of the area’s best-preserved neighborhoods. You’ll find plenty of character throughout the neighborhood, with historic homes just south of Downtown Nashville.
Quiet Sylvan Park, meanwhile, maintains a number of homes constructed in the 1920s and 1930s. A place for families, professionals and retirees, it’s also a great neighborhood to search for historic homes in the coming year.