The first time I accidentally happened onto Page Road, I thought I had been magically transported about 3 hours East to the mountains of East Tennessee, so suddenly quiet was the area and so remote the feel. The fact that I was less than two miles off of Belle Meade Blvd seemed impossible to me, as did the size of the houses. I have no idea who lives here. I mean literally - NO IDEA. Right now for the low, low, low price of $9.039 MILLION you can buy one, move in, find out and tell me. The description says it has 20,168 sq feet and I'm telling you that I've seen it and believe it, and that the only thing more massive is the gardens that surround it and all of those that share this most prestigious of addresses. Whoever they are. Okay so not all of the homes here are huge, but no one notices the ones that are set on the part of the road before "the bend" curves around to Chickering. But in fairness, even the plain white house with the picket fence on the "normal" part of the road lists for almost $1m, though it looks like something you would find in Mayberry. I have mentioned other places that I would choose to live in Nashville were I to ever win the lottery, but I need to qualify that now by saying that it would depend on how large the jackpot as for my money, there is simply no place better than here. It feels entirely isolated and yet is 3 miles from Green Hills. Most people do not even know it exists and as such will likely not be happy about this post. But if you're ever out for a drive, simply follow Belle Meade blvd south until it turns into another road and passes through the park. And when you come out on the other side, prepare for your mouth to drop.