Belle Meade Real Estate
Belle Meade Nashville is known for the location of Nashville’s high society. From the Brass equine statues that meet you at the entrance to Bella Meade’s opulent, tree-lined boulevard, to the surrounding pillared mansions, Belle Meade is a name synonymous with prestige. Once a booming horse farm, the Belle Meade Mansion and its accompanying 2600 acres were sold to pay a family debt. The land is now occupied by large estates, and smaller residences mostly built in the 1930s-1940s. Belle Meade is an incorporated city, complete with its own police department. Belle Meade is also home to Cheekwood Botanical Garden, Percy Warner Parks, and Belle Meade Country Club.
Property values continue to increase as residents regularly expand, upgrade, and improve upon their estates and Belle Meade Nashville TN homes. Due to these factors and Belle Meade’s long-standing prestige, a scarce amount of land is left for development. In 2003, the average home in Belle Meade sold for about $698,000.