Planning to be in the market for a new home and hoping for a location that's bike-friendly? We've got you covered! Start searching homes for sale in Nashville's bike-friendliest neighborhoods by using our guide below.
West End (Centennial Park)
One great Nashville neighborhood to explore on two wheels is West End. The area is home to Centennial Park, a fun place to take in some live music and entertainment, plus catch a food truck. The park also has a more than two-mile long bike path, winding past the lake and the famed Parthenon building.
Belmont/Hillsboro (Belmont Boulevard)
Belmont Boulevard in the Belmont/Hillsboro area offers bike-friendly sidewalks leading past some of the city’s most appealing homes. If you start at the campus and circle back it’s about a two-mile long ride.
East Nashville (Shelby Bottoms Park and Greenway)
For a long paved bike trail, you’ll want to head to East Nashville. Starting at the Shelby Bottoms Nature Center, the path leads to a scenic pedestrian bridge, plus the greenway makes it simple to further explore the area.
Neely’s Bend- Peeler Park and Greenway
Finally, the Peeler Park Greenway offers up a nearly two-mile long path of its own in Neely’s Bend. Surrounded by farmland and homes, the area also enjoys some scenic views of the nearby Cumberland River.