Moving from Chicago to Nashville takes guts. For wedding photographer @lisadieder, it may have been one of the best decisions of her life. "The birds are chirping, we have a little neighborhood bunny who hops through the yard each afternoon and we can even see the stars at night!" The family found their new home after aggressively searching on Trulia from hundreds of miles away. When they first saw "their place," a sense of calm and assurance quickly followed. "Our neighborhood is quiet, peaceful and completely us. It was a good sign!" #AtHomeHere
Take a load off on this cottage’s sunny back patio after a day soaking up ALL that nature.
Situated in the midst of historic Germantown, 600 Monroe Street is surrounded by over 100 species of trees. In fact, the neighborhood has been officially designated as a city arboretum by the Nashville Tree Foundation. You’ll know you’re a local when you can recite the name of every tree on your block. #AtHomeHere
When your living room dresses fancier than you do. Even after living in Nashville for a full year, @gummergal still can't get over the life she's nurtured in her mid-century home. "Thankfully, we not only love our house, but the nearby neighborhood of East Nashville has become our second home as well with our favorite coffee, brunch, and pizza spots all in one place! Love you Music City!!" Nashville says, "Ditto." 💚 #AtHomeHere
These "shotgun cottages" are the picturesque homes with funny names. With rooms lined up in a single row from front to back, getting onto the back deck with an ice cold bevy is as easy as walking in a straight line. Nashville's Germantown neighborhood makes for perfect evening nights beneath the stars. #AtHomeHere
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Many folks come to Nashville searching for their country roots. Just ask locals Taylor Swift, Nicole Kidman, Blake Shelton and Reese Witherspoon.
We took a close look at the city's top neighborhoods to live your best life considering important features such as proximity to parks, restaurants and entertainment spots. Here are the results in order:
2. Sylvan Park
4. Barclay Drive
It only takes 24 hours to fall for Nashville's small-town vibes. You might as well be living in a postcard. To be #AtHomeHere only requires two things: Love of good music and great food. How hard is that?
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This colorful bungalow on 4406 Duval Street fits in perfectly with Hyde Park's small-town vibe. Here, historic homes dot every corner and ice cream parlor visits are a daily necessity. Leave the wild parties to the other guys, this Austin neighborhood is all about embracing the good old days. #AtHomeHere
Aaand we're off to our next big city destination! All we can say is prepare for music. Lots and lots of music. (Any guesses?)
When you live in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Austin, your lunch plans consist of back counter deli sandwiches and a picnic table at Avenue B Grocery. 107 years and 10 owners later, it's considered the oldest operating grocery store in Austin. Locals recommend ordering the vegetarian "Queen B" with ripe avocado, pickled jalapeños, and three kinds of cheese. And don't forget to say "yes" to a heaping side of friendly sarcasm. You're going to love being a regular here. #AtHomeHere