"Bucolic Intown Locale"
Estes Road, and especially between Harding Place and Hobbs, is again one of the prettiest streets in Nashville. Not in the way that Belle Meade blvd oozes wealth, however, and more in the way of well-kept, beautiful homes, large mature yards and diverse architecture. The road itself is quite hilly, giving it the feel of being somewhere else entirely. It is only minutes to the shops of Green Hills and perhaps only 15 to downtown itself. This street is the home of the renowned Harpeth Hall school for girls, but the local public grammar - Julia Green School - is so highly respected that most locals send their kids there until it's time for middle school, at which point they largely break off to attend one of the nearby private schools. Homes in this area are wildly variant in range, with older/not renovated ones going for $400, and newer or completely re-done ones going for around $2M. The streets that shoot off of Estes likewise carry huge variances with one leading directly into the mega homes of Belle Meade, and the other to smaller, yet beautiful family homes nearer to Green Hills.