The Belcourt has long been a linchpin of one of Nashville’s most unique neighborhoods: bustling, walkable Hillsboro Village. Filled with shops, restaurants, salons and more — including the famous Pancake Pantry and long-standing/super friendly Davis Cookware & Cutlery shop — Hillsboro is kind of a microcosm of Nashville on the whole… a growing and changing mix of new Nashville and old Nashville, at turns cosmopolitan and small-town charming.
It’s a fun area to hang out in, and living within walking (or quick driving) distance is, understandably, prized. So for this week’s Open Houses roundup, as a nod to the reopened Belcourt, I’m focusing around Hillsboro Village.
First, the bigger picture of what’s happening on the Open House front:
This condo has a lot of perks: It’s spacious, at more than 2,000 square feet; has gorgeous and private, tree-lined outdoor space; and is only about a mile from Hillsboro Village, so a quick walk to the Belcourt for a wine-and-movie night is totally doable. Open Sunday, 2 to 4 p.m.
2114 A Natchez Trace
Nashville, TN 37212
New construction walking distance from Hillsboro Village and all its good, fun stuff (including The Belcourt), upscale all around, plus some cool bonuses — like an extra flex space over the garage. Open Sunday, 2 to 4 p.m.
2907 Compton Rd
Nashville, TN 37215
With this one, we’re moving into Green Hills (though we’re still only about a mile and a half away from The Belcourt) for a completely updated, spacious mid-century home. With more than 3500 square feet, you’re definitely not short on living area — and downstairs, there’s a kitchenette, so if you wanted to explore Airbnb-ing, you’re all set up for it. Open Sunday, 2 to 4 p.m.
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