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Music City & Its Timeless Appeal

Listen to the urban beat of cars and people passing by. Hear the sweet melodies of the birds outside your window. There's a song-like quality to everything in Nashville, whether it's from the local musicians or birds in the park, and it's no wonder that people everywhere know this place as Music City.

Connecting the past with the present at its historic sites and local traditions, Nashville has been the heart and soul of Tennessee since its founding in the 1779. Yet this heart-and-soul quality remains today, making Nashville a top destination for musicians, tourists, and residents.

A City Filled with Endless Excitement

There's nothing short of exciting in Nashville. Celebrations of all kinds are always happening, from intimate gatherings at restaurants restaurants to the festivals that draw crowds of thousands, giving visitors and residents alike something different and fun to do each day. But for residents, Nashville has a special appeal that goes beyond just the lens of a tourist's camera.

Take some time to discover everything that this wonderful city has to offer, and be sure to use this  interactive area map to find the best things to do in Nashville.

Best Things To Do In Nashville

Downtown Nashville

By far one of the best places to visit is Downtown Nashville, which is seeped in the local flavor. Just a few of the top experiences in downtown include the New Year's Eve Bash, Music City Walk of Fame, First Saturday Art Crawl, and endless shops, restaurants, and festivals.

Grand Ole Opry

Of course, you can't experience Nashville without visiting the Grand Ole Opry, the nation's longest-running radio show, where country musicians have become beloved stars. Live shows are still held, and you can catch a performance at the Grand Ole Opry House or iconic Ryman Auditorium.

Nashville Real Estate & Residential Profile

Population (2014 Estimate): 644,014

Population Change Since 2010: 6.7%

Males: 307,077 (48.4%)

Females: 327,387 (51.6%)

Median Resident Age: 33.9 years

Tennessee Median Age: 38.5 years

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Estimated Median Household Income (2014): $46,758

Estimated Median Home Value (2014): $165,200

Make the Move to Nashville

Nashville is filled with the best experiences, the most interesting stories, and the most stunning homes. Residential real estate in this breathtaking city ranges anywhere from just under $150,000 for cozy homes in the quiet escape of its suburbs to multi-million-dollar estates nestled in Nashville's natural beauty, and just about everything in between. 

You'll find that Nashville offers the perfect niche to live the life of your dreams. Discover what awaits — contact me at 615.390.5247 or kristy@kristyhairston.com and let's find your dream home in Music City.  

Nashville Real Estate Resources

Neighborhoods

In 12 South, boutiques and restaurants are housed in vintage, revitalized spaces
$275,000 - $1,000,000
Sq Ft: 768 - 3,700
Happy residents enjoying their new home in Belmont
$300,000 - $2,000,000
Sq Ft: 768 - 4,800
Crieve Hall is a Nashville neighborhood that residents love for its homes
$250,000 - $500,000
Sq Ft: 1,500 - 2,500

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