Did you win the lottery? Have you made your millions and feel ready to settle down in something huge and spacious and professionally designed? Thankfully, you don’t have to sell your soul and move to New York City to enjoy the lap of luxury. Nashville is home to quite a few well-off folks, but also because we’re a homing beacon for the intelligent and business savvy. Take a look at the 7 richest neighborhoods in Nashville.
7. The Gulch
If you fancy living here, you gotta have some money but it's totally worth it.
You may feel like you're surrounded by students (you are), but it's a neat thing to own one of the houses tucked up in Belmont-Hillsboro. Close to almost everything, prices are high but it matches the joy of living in such a neat spot.
5. 12th Avenue South
With cute shops and huge, rambling houses, 12th Avenue South is the perfect Nashville neighborhood if you're looking to never have a reason to leave. Plus, Five Daughters Bakery just showed up and no one EVER wants to say goodbye to those amazing treats.
4. Oak HIlls
With the average home clocking in at $1.09 million, the neighborhood that calls Radnor Lake its backyard most definitely wins a top spot.
3. Forest Hills
Located just south of the city, Forest Hills is an unassuming sweet spot for those who have a bit of extra cash and are looking for something a little more secluded.
2. Green Hills
With a booming suburban community, upscale mall, and plethora of multi-million dollar houses for sale, it's not just anyone who can afford a mansion in Green Hills.
1. Belle Meade
Historic, darling, and tucked away from the rest of Nashville, Belle Meade is an unassuming bit of glitz and glamour that tends to edge on the humble side. In the 2000 census, it also had the highest median income of any Tennessee municipality.