Located between Franklin Pike and Nolensville Pike and just south of the Eighth Avenue South district, you’ll find Berry Hill. Developed after World War II on the site of W.W. Berry’s family farm, Berry Hill is its own city, but still treated as a neighborhood of Nashville. This community has long been home to a thriving music industry community, including about 40 recording studios and music publishers. Berry Hill offers the small-town atmosphere with all the conveniences of the big city in its backyard.
Thanks to Berry Hill’s recent development boom, you’ll find a wide array of housing options on its tree-lined streets including original 1940s-era cottages, renovated homes, and newer townhouse and mixed-use developments.
Berry Hill has a lot to offer within its small community with bars and restaurants, shops, and more just outside your front door. You’ll find four city parks where visitors can find a quiet patch of grass to enjoy a picnic or strum a guitar, all just minutes from downtown Nashville. The area buzzes during the day, but settles into a sleepy suburb again at night, offering residents the best of both worlds.