Glencliff Estates is a well-established neighborhood in South Nashville. It’s located between Interstate 24 and Highway 41 just north of Highway 55, Glengarry and Carlyle Place. This single-family home development offers approximately 200 properties, which border Whitsett Park and Crescent Plaza. It’s close to major freeways and on-ramps, amenities and services, as well as several parks and Mill Creek runs the border of this popular subdivision. 72% of residents in Glencliff Estates are homeowners.
Most of these homes were built in the mid-1950s and several sit on homesites of up to 2 acres. There’s a wide range of properties both single-story and two-story, some with basements and all homes are at least two bedrooms to four bedrooms with 2 to 4 bathrooms in sizes from 1200 ft.² to 3000 ft.². Each lot has well established and mature landscaping and there are currently no homeowner association dues in Glencliff Estates.
Residents and students are assigned to the Nashville Public school district and are zoned for Glengarry elementary school, Wright middle school, and Glencliff Comp high school. All schools are less than 2 miles from most homes in this community. Students may also choose the Carter Lawrence Elementary, Rose Park math and science middle school, or the Stratford a comp high school.
Being so close to Crescent Plaza, most homes have a walk score between 40 and 60. This is a somewhat bike double neighborhood, as well as many of the roads, are relatively flat. Downtown Nashville is about 15 minutes north or roughly 6 to 7 miles and the Nashville International Airport is about 13 minutes or 5 1/2 miles from Glencliff Estates.
Whitsett Park borders the neighborhood to the west and offers a great trail for running or walking the dog. It’s also home to the Hands-on National Urban Farm, a great volunteer community garden with herbs, vegetables, and fruit trees.
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