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Guide To: Forest Hills, TN

Bordering Oak Hill to the southwest, Radnor Lake State Park to the west, and Percy Warner Park to the northeast, the City of Forest Hills is residential in a sea of green. With only one commercial establishment, a small market, residents are buffered in every way from the hustle and bustle of city life while still enjoying all of the benefits of an easy drive into downtown. When the City of Nashville consolidated in 1963, Forest Hills retained its identity and remains a city today.

The average resident age is 47 years old and, while many retirees live in Forest Hills, it’s also a great place for kids due to its proximity to well-regarded schools. Visitors and residents enjoy nearby attractions including the historic Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, The Nashville Zoo, and a bevy of beautiful parks including Bison Meadow wildflower park and a 1.5 mile bikeway connecting Percy Priest Elementary to Radnor Lake.


If Forest Hills were a song, it would be…

“Two Doors Down” by Dolly Parton


Architecture and Composition

If you’re looking for high-end single-family homes and mansions, you’ve found the place!


Our Favorites

Restaurants, Bars, and Cafés:

  • The Granny White Market

Parks:

Attractions:


Schools

Percy Priest Elementary

John T Moore Middle and Middle College

Hillsboro High