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Guide To: Inglewood Neighborhood in Nashville, TN

East Nashville’s largest neighborhood, Inglewood, boasts large lots, ample green space, and a bohemian lifestyle. Homeowners will enjoy walking to pockets of local businesses nestled unexpectedly among single-family homes, such as Riverside Village and Porter Road x Greenwood Ave, where you can enjoy everything from a haircut to an award-winning sandwich, pick up a prescription or sit down for fine dining, listen to live music or sip a craft beer with friends. 

Nashville’s arts and local producer community finds a home in Inglewood, adding to its Brooklyn-esque flair where you’re sure to find impromptu backyard concerts and receive homemade bread from your neighbors. If we measured hipsters per capita, Inglewood would have the city’s greatest density, and that provides for a very intentional community. 

In Inglewood, you may feel that you’re part of an entire second city, because the area is so expansive and convenient; however, it’s only a 15-minute drive to reach downtown Nashville and take part in the hustle and bustle. Meanwhile, living in Inglewood means you’re part of the insider crowd for hyper local venues like Sid Gold’s Request Room or The East Room. When you’re not passing time in the myriad local bars and restaurants around the area, you can enter the north portion of Shelby Bottoms Greenway and hop right onto the miles-long greenway for a walk or bike ride. In the summer, bring your banjo or acoustic guitar for a pickin’ party at Cornelia Fort Airpark while the lightning bugs fill the sky and the neighborhood kids feel the beat. 

Just when you think you’ve seen all of Inglewood, there’s more to discover – private streets with beautiful trees, new independent businesses, and untold options for entertainment with locals, away from the bachelorette party set. Inglewood’s charm is its unique authenticity – hidden, yet abundant.

If Inglewood were a song, it would be…

“Home” by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

Architecture and Composition

Inglewood’s older homes are typically in the ranch style, but the area also has a lot of new construction.

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Inglewood Elementary and Dan Mills Elementary

Isaac Litton Middle School

Stratford Comp High School

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