East Nashville Neighborhoods

Five Points

Five Points is undoubtedly the epicenter of East Nashville, where the resurgence of the historic neighborhood began. Unbeatable walkability to eclectic shops, creative businesses, and many of the most popular bars and restaurants in the city create arguably the best urban living Nashville has to offer. Home prices in this area have soared as residents and businesses flock to grow roots in this neighborhood where local is definitely king.


Known for its historic, cottage-style homes and larger lots, Inglewood is a neighborhood on the north side of East Nashville. Seemingly quiet at first glance, Inglewood is home to plenty of eclectic local businesses and foodie favorites. From authentic Mexican to dive bars where you can still smoke inside, it's obvious that local is king in Inglewood. Riverside Village, a collection of locally-owned businesses just off Gallatin Pike, is a goldmine for the vintage inclined, and you might get the sense that everyone in town owns a record player. Less trendy than East Nashville, Inglewood is a vibrant mix of the new and old.

Lockeland Springs

Bordered by Shelby Park and Five Points, Lockeland Springs has easy access to some of East Nashville’s favorite restaurants and shops and the largest park in Nashville’s urban core. Historic homes, walkable streets and good schools have made this area highly desirable, and dramatic rises in home prices reflect Lockeland Spring’s popularity.

McFerrin Park

Named after the park it surrounds, McFerrin Park is situated on the southwest side of East Nashville and is experiencing rapid change. Home to newly acclaimed restaurants, McFerrin Park is quickly becoming one of East Nashville’s hot spots. Affordable home prices make this area attractive for new residents, but this may not last long as plans for the highly-anticipated development of Nashville’s next major city center, River North, take shape right next door.