"Another Perfect Street in the Heart of Town"
For me Woodlawn would fit easily into the photo summary of any town in America, with it's generous lawns, large homes, large old trees and quite sort of feel. But it isn't any town and in fact, it's a city. Woodlawn is located just off of West End in Nashville and yet if you're fortunate enough to be able to afford to live there, one can imagine that from your backyard it must feel as though you are in the countryside rather than only two miles from a large university and bustling city. Houses here are rarely on sale, though there is also a very nice condo development that does occasionally see some changing of hands. As I write this there is not a single home for sale on the road, with the nearest one available listed at $1.33M. There is little turnover because this is old money world, where no one was mortgaged up to the eyeballs during the crash. Schools nearby are good, though people who live here patronize only Ensworth, MBA or Harpeth Hall. St. Thomas Hospital is less than a mile, as is its adjacent medical center. And Harris Teeter, Publix and Kroger are likewise less than a mile, making this the perfect in-town locale, albeit with privacy and prestige thrown in for good measure. And $2M.