Luna Heights Homes for Sale & The Neighborhood
The darling little neighborhood of Luna Heights is located just off of Interstate 24 in South Nashville, just north of Antioch. It borders the interstate to the west and can be accessed along Antioch Pike Street and Jinseng Drive or Luna Drive. This cozy neighborhood has moderately priced homes built around the 1960s. The community features generous lots of up to 1/2 acre and nearly all are single-story, single-family homes. Several newer listings may have updates or renovations, which will be reflected in the price. Homes are typically $190,000 up to $300,000 with the rare double lot or extensive property, which can range upwards of $900,000. For instance, as of the publishing of this post is a nearly 2 acre listing with two different deeds on as though Road, including five houses and two additional lots. It has a zoning of Our And 20 with mixed-use options and up to 20 units per acre. This is a development, so it’s a rarity in the Luna Heights neighborhood. The majority of homes will not be this extensive.
The majority of properties are on a half-acre or less and feature 2 to 4 bedrooms and one or two baths between 800 ft.² and 1700 ft.². About half the homes feature a garage. Homes in this neighborhood have risen 3.6% over the last 12 months (2019) and productions will increase home values by nearly 3% over 2020. The median home value for Luna Heights Homes is about $267,000 as of the publishing of this post, beginning 2020.
Students in Luna Heights are assigned to the Nashville Public school district and are zoned for J E Moss elementary school, the Apollo middle school, and the Antioch high school. The elementary school and middle school are about 1 to 2 miles from most homes in Luna Heights and the high school is about 6 miles away.
This is a great location for anyone that wants to be close to services and amenities. Many homes feature a 20 or 30 walk score and 50 or 60 transit scores. There are plenty of services and amenities just a minute or two away on Antioch Pike. Here you’ll find Sam’s Club, restaurants, markets, thrift stores, a Dollar tree, a campus of DeVry University and several businesses and industries. Plus, it’s just another minute or less to the freeway as the on-ramp is just north of the neighborhood.
If you’re looking to live close to the freeway yet in a well established and mature neighborhood, consider Luna Heights.