East Nashville is perhaps Nashville’s most quirky, artistic, hip neighborhood. Beautiful, historic craftsman, Queen Anne, and Victorian homes abundantly fill the mature, tree-lined streets. Popular on a national scale, thanks in part to its dining scene, dive bars, music venues, overall character and a little help from a television show called Nashville.
Within East Nashville, there are several different neighborhoods – all featuring different personalities and vibes:
Historic Edgefield, East End, Eastwood Neighbors, East Hill, Lockeland Springs, Rolling Acres, Inglewood, Greenwood Neighbors, Cleveland Park, and McFerrin Park.