Melrose lies within the Berry Hill area, but you know how Nashvillians love to name their neighborhoods! Melrose is bordered by 8th Avenue South, Wedgewood, Kirkwood, and Franklin Pike.
History and What It Has to Offer
The Melrose neighborhood’s name came from the large estate built in the mid-nineteenth century. The name Melrose was given to honor the family’s Scottish heritage. Unfortunately, the estate house was lost to a fire in 1975. It has long been an eclectic neighborhood, historic paired with modern, bringing us Zanie’s, the Adventure Science Center, and art galleries to explore.
What to Expect if You Buy in Melrose
Melrose is an area that is growing quickly with evidence of its revitalization in the burgeoning art and entertainment scene.
Condos and townhomes along with single family homes are mixed in amongst the entertainments and shopping venues. The area also offers easy access to I-65 and will get you around the city quickly. If you want your entertainment within walking distance, Melrose is the dream neighborhood for you.