Bellevue Real Estate

    Just southwest of downtown Nashville you will find Bellevue. It is served by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County.

    In 1950, Bellevue was a small community positioned along the railroad tracks near the Harpeth River, primarily existing to serve the needs of nearby farms. At that time, Bellevue was made up of only a few buildings – a hardware store, a post office, and a Masonic lodge hall. In 2000, the population and development of Bellevue grew into an established area along Old Hickory Boulevard and Highway 70S, and now includes the affluent developments along Highway 100.

     

    Facts

    Area: 72.282 square miles

    Population: 37,062

     

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    Recreation

    Bellevue is a popular destination for Nashville’s nature lovers. Many people enjoy the expansive Warner Parks that host miles of paved and unpaved trails for hikers and cyclists. The access point for the Natchez Trace Parkway can also be found in Bellevue.

    Since Bellevue is only a few miles from Nashville, you can easily drive into Music City for entertainment. The Harpeth River makes a beautiful location for a family river cruise,and only ten minutes from Bellevue you may explore the beautiful Belle Meade Plantation. Travel back in time on the plantation tour. Love wine? Enjoy a glass of muscadine wine from the plantation winery and take in a peaceful moment on the back patio.

     

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