Brentwood - East

East Side of Brentwood

The first Brentwood settlers came in the 1700s to land granted to them after the Revolutionary War. Fertile lands made Brentwood one of the richest areas in Tennessee and since the end of the Civil War many of the original plantations have been restored. Today the fast-growing area is home to these historic buildings as well as high-end two-story homes on large lots with price tags ranging from $400,000 to several million.

 

Brentwood has a unique greenway trail system linking some of the area’s parks. From Tower Park to River Park, where you can stop in at the library or the YMCA, and eventually end up at the massive central Crockett Park. One of the area’s favorite restaurants is Wild Iris, a place with an intimate dining room and a fun, classy outdoor patio to complement the flavors of this gem. For a breakfast of down-south classic food like Grandma made, Puffy Muffin (puffymuffin.com) is the place to go. Brentwood has no shortage of chic shops lining the streets as well.Stacey Rhodes Boutique carries a long line of brands in clothes, accessories, and original art, including Adrienne Vittadini, Michael Stars, Gucci, and Roberto Cavalli. Hot Pink gift shop is a store set up to feel like home, including a bed and a kitchen, with something for everyone on your gift list.  . Learn more about Brentwood Neighborhoods.

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