Bellevue is bordered by the southeast lines of Davidson County and extends to the north to the Cumberland River. It’s intersected by Interstate 40, making it a convenient 20 minute trip to Downtown Nashville. Thanks to rapid growth in recent years, Bellevue has seen countless new businesses and neighborhoods pop up, breathing new life into the community. The new mixed-use development space known as One Bellevue Place gives residents an urban-suburban feel at a price point much lower than similar communities with Nashville addresses.
The neighborhoods in Bellevue feel established, with most of the homes being built from the 1970s to 2000, but with new development, more housing types and lifestyle choices are available. Here you’ll find ranches and mid-century modern homes as well as condos and townhomes.
In addition to a plethora of shopping and dining options, Bellevue also offers easy access to some of Nashville’s finest outdoor recreation, particularly the Warner Parks. Green Door Gourmet is a beautiful farm and venue offering cooking classes and u-pick fruits and flowers. Bellevue is also the home to the start of the Natchez Trace and Loveless Cafe, a southern restaurant known for its delicious biscuits. Tailgate Brewery has also brought the craft beer scene to Bellevue and hosts several fun weekly and annual events.
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