- Average Number of Days on Market: 84
- Average List Price: $125,656
- Average Sale Price: $116,934
- Average Price Per Square Foot: $45
- List-to-Sale Variance: 7%
- Average Sold Per Year: 107
- Average Square Feet: 1,369 (with a 10.5-month rate of absorption)
- Average Number of Days on Market: 107
- Average List Price: $117,720
- Average Sale Price: $116,640
- Average Price Per Square Foot: $43
- List-to-Sale Variance: 1%
- Average Sold Per Year: 5
- Average Square Feet: 1,254 (with a 12-month rate of absorption)
Zip Codes: 37209
Located in the western part of Nashville, the Charlotte Park area has quickly become one of the most desired areas to reside in. The combination of old houses with new constructions gives potential homebuyers countless options to choose from. With a low crime rate and excellent public schools, many families have decided to move to this region. Evidence of the sudden popularity is seen through the escalation of property values as demand has outweighed the number of available houses.
The banks of the Cumberland River stand as the western border of the area and Interstate 40 is to its east, providing the area easy access to all points in the city—with a picturesque setting along the way. The Charlotte Park neighborhood has benefited greatly from the influx of new residents. Since the influx, the region has grown its number of cultural activities and outstanding restaurants. The LeQuire Gallery is a standout location and hosts many community events in addition to showcasing its collection of local and regional art.
Although the choices for eating out are quite plentiful, one restaurant that is routinely listed as a favorite among locals is Jim and Nick’s Barbecue. The popular restaurantprides itself on using fresh ingredients and cooking their meat for long periods of time to obtain the perfect balance of flavor. For a family that prefers to eat in more often, the Charlotte Park area is also home to one of the best Farmer’s Markets in the city. Each and every Saturday, the farmers in the region come to West Nashville to offer their produce and other products for sale. Many of these farmers specialize in organic goods and offer the highest quality of fruits and vegetables that can be found in Nashville. Organized by the Good Food for Good People organization, the West Nashville Farmer’s Market has already become a tradition for many residents that come every Saturday to stock up on groceries.
The community of Charlotte Park is very close knit and the residents are known for events that strengthen the connections between the neighbors. To facilitate many of these events, the Charlotte Park Neighborhood Association has been formed and provides the latest news and information that is relevant to the area, including upcoming events as well as important calendar dates. With the combination of the close community and the many excellent services, Charlotte Park is a neighborhood that is expected to remain one of the most popular neighborhoods in Nashville.
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