Historic brick cottages, quiet streets shaded by mature trees, and manicured lawns let you know you’ve discovered a truly unique Nashville
neighborhood. This is Cherokee Park,
a historic community featuring roughly 300 homes
built between 1920 and 1950. Cherokee Park is considered Nashville’s first suburb, dating back to 1928.
Framed by West End
Avenue to the south and Cherokee Road along the west side, Cherokee Park is adjacent to McCabe Golf Course and the Richland Creek Greenway. This is a terrific neighborhood for those searching for apartments in Nashville who enjoy a more tranquil setting with plenty of green space.
Cherokee Park is only five miles southwest of downtown and provides easy access to I-440. It is also convenient to Vanderbilt University (two miles away), Tennessee State University (three miles north), and Belmont University (three miles east). The popular Centennial Park, home to the Parthenon, several festivals, and a dog park, is just two miles north along West End Avenue.