The greater Nashville area offers a wide variety of houses featuring Tudor Architecture. Tudor style homes feature pitched roof lines, narrow windows and exposed framing. Below are three of the top areas to look if you are interested in purchasing this uniquely elegant type of Nashville home.
Hillsboro Village is located between Belmont University and Vanderbilt University, so it’s no surprise that it’s one of the most walkable neighborhoods in Nashville. While you’re out walking, you’ll want to stop at the Belcourt Theatre, a theater house featuring classic, indie, and foreign films, musical performances, and live theater shows. Residents of Hillsboro Village enjoy over 25 bars and restaurants including Nashville staples like Pancake Pantry and Fido. This urban community is filled with Tudor and Tudor Revival homes, as well as, colorful murals on the various brick buildings lining the streets.
Green Hills, one of Nashville's more affluent areas is a popular choice for residents who don't want a long commute to downtown businesses and three area universities Vanderbilt, Belmont, and Lipscomb. Many lots in this area are inhabited with larger brick Tudor or ranch style homes. Green Hills is home to The Mall at Green Hills, a high-end shopping and entertainment center with stores such as Apple, Anthropologie, Nordstrom, and Johnston Murphy. This is an excellent area to include if you’re in the market for a true Tudor style property.
West End is another enclave that features another variety of architectural styles, including many charming Tudors. The West End neighborhood was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, so it’s not surprising that there are so many historic homes here. If you are a coffee lover, there are plenty of spots to keep you caffeinated, including Fido, Fetch and Revelator Coffee, Starbucks, and more very close by. Nashville’s largest urban park is here, so if you are desiring to buy a Tudor style home and also have access to expansive park space, you must check out West End.