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    Guide To: Belle Meade, TN

    The romantic South is no better depicted than through life in Belle Meade, a small town with its own Mayor and full autonomy from surrounding Nashville, even down to its police force. If you dream of days starting with a golf game and ending on a wide front porch, look no further.  Belle Meade originated as a premier location for thoroughbred breeding in the early 1800s and later included the historic Belle Meade Plantation. Centuries later and that history remains central to the area with Belle Meade Plantation offering historic tours and homemade wine, and the Iroquois Steeplechase entertaining residents and visitors each year.

    Best known for jaw-droppingly beautiful colonial homes on sprawling estates, Belle Meade has an impressive wow factor. When you drive its roads, you feel completely transported, safe, and inspired. As a perk for residents, the town offers access to a golf course and country club; but if you want to add diversity to your game, you can find courses at the exclusive Belle Meade Country Club, Hillwood Country Club, and Percy Warner golf course.

    When residents want to mix things up, they are only minutes from Green Hills and Sylvan Park; and downtown Nashville is only 8 miles away. If you’re looking for the upper crust, it is best defined by the town of Belle Meade. 


    If Belle Meade were a song, it would be…

    “Billionaire” by Travie McCoy and Bruno Mars


    Architecture and Composition

    Colonial homes, modern mansions, and Victorians dot the 8.5 square mile town of Belle Meade, a dominantly residential area with single family homes averaging a $1M sale price.


    Our Favorites

    Restaurants, Bars, and Cafés:

    Parks:

    Events and Festivals:

    Iroquois Steeplechase

    Attractions:

    Belle Meade Plantation


    Schools

    Julia Green Elementary, Westmeade Elementary, and Percy Priest Elementary

    John T Moore Middle and Bellevue Middle

    Hillsboro High