As Nashville’s oldest neighborhood, Germantown maintains period charm with restored warehouses, brick sidewalks, and restored brick townhomes. It’s easy to see why people flock to this neighborhood, making it a popular spot for boutiques and restaurants to set up shop. With the Nashville Sounds calling Germantown home, this neighborhood has something to offer for everyone.
Germantown’s proximity to downtown combined with it’s walkable charm has created an energetic environment that is still livable. It’s a social neighborhood where Saturday can be filled with brunch, shopping, and an evening at a Sounds game or neighborhood bar, cheering on your favorite team.
Germantown is a vibrant neighborhood that is home to many of the city’s top dining destinations, the Nashville Sounds, many parks, and the Farmer’s Market - an eclectic blend of international shops. On the weekend then it’s no wonder the sidewalks are crowded with people visiting all this neighborhood has to offer.
As a luxury neighborhood in high demand, the historic homes in Germantown are high-end. Most houses in the area are renovated with upscale finishes. To accommodate the growth and young professionals moving to the area, there are multiple newly constructed apartment buildings with many amenities.