"For Ecclectic Urbanites Only"
How could you NOT want to live in a neighborhood with restaurants as diverse as "I Dream of Weenie" and the award winning "Margot?" With bars called Mad Donna's and The Crow Bar? The heart and soul of the resurgent East Nashville, Woodland Ave and surrounding streets are the perfect place for those who want to enjoy their life both in terms of comfort of homes & neighborly surroundings as well as, perhaps above all, superb food and beverage indulgences. Eclectic is truly the first word that comes to mind when describing the thriving fusion scene of East Nashville, where one neighbor is as likely to be a corporate lawyer as the next is to be a performance artist. There is a very tight-knit sense of community here, with many residents having a preferred daily watering hole and a locally-based group of friends. Bordering areas not yet re-developed, that neighborly factor is a comfort when it comes to looking out for one another, as is the case in most urban neighborhoods across the country. An added piece to creating peace of mind is the fact that on any given day - and especially on weekends - you cannot go ten feet without seeing neighbors out walking, whether to a nearby restaurant or a friend's house. It is a highly sociable and interactive place where everyone quickly gets to know everyone else. Houses date back to the 30s 40s and 50s, some completely redone, others only partially, but almost all within walking distance to Marche, Margot and multiple other destinations that make mouths water.