Ranked in the 40th percentile


  • Nashville is ranked #252 in Tennessee
  • Nashville is ranked #17,395 in the USA
  • Lots of Local Amenities
  • Sunny Weather
  • High Income per Capita
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Best Neighborhoods In & Around Nashville, TN

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Lockeland Springs, Nashville822.43,098
White Bridge, Nashville8253,805
Green Hills, Nashville824.524,013
Poplar Creek Estates, Nashville8112.91,011
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Southeast, Nashville809.86,409
Sylvan Park, Nashville793.73,990
Cherokee Park, Nashville783.25,137
Hillsboro West End, Nashville783.29,679

Best Cities Near Nashville, TN

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Brentwood, TN869.640,873
Franklin, TN8517.770,625
Spring Hill, TN8530.634,364
Hendersonville, TN841455,073
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Oak Hill, TN827.24,686
Mount Juliet, TN8216.129,853
Shackle Island, TN82173,290
Thompson's Station, TN8125.93,471

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Don't come to Nashville!!!

I'm a disabled veteran who has tried to move to Nashville 4 times and this town is only for the filthy rich or your going to end up in astronomical debt. Housing costs are ridiculously expensive, the local government being ran by Democrats are pushing out it's middle class and poor citizens by raising property taxes so high that they are loosing their houses and becoming homeless. The Democrats are making outrageous laws, if your camper or RV is older than 10 yrs old you can't get in a RV campsite, the rent in an RV park is $600-$800 per month plus electricity. They treat the Veterans, homeless, poor people worst than animals to slaughter. The band's playing downtown are slave labor cause they don't get paid by the bars all this is in violation of Federal Labor Laws, yet the Democrats is allowing this to happen. The traffic is bumper to bumper during most hrs of the day because people don't know how to drive and to many people moving there. All Nashville wants is your money and will strip you of your money then spit you out like trash. Everything costs higher than any city I've visited. Crime is going up. Not a place to raise a family. The surrounding towns like Goodletsville and Millersville is just as bad. I won't ever go back to Nashville Tennessee ever again. It's a crap city now!!!!! I'm gonna enjoy hearing when Nashville Tennessee's economy crashes. I've heard so many tourists say they won't be coming back because the prices are way to high and the service sucks, $75.00 a night for a cockroach infested motel room, bed bugs, mice, and rats also mentioned numerous times. So many working Americans living out of their cars because they can't afford it, meanwhile illegal immigrants, refugees, and immigrants are getting everything handed to them yet they've never paid intothe system!!!!! DON'T COME TO NASHVILLE TENNESSEE, IT'S NOT WORTH YOUR TIME NOR MONEY!!!!!!
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Best place for a mixed race couple to move to in Nashville Tennessee a Hello, My wife and I are a mixed race Christian family of 8. Kids are 15 years old down to 10 years old with a one year old at the bottom. We currently live in phoenix on an acre, have horses, chicken etc. we really want the farm country, slower pace life that Nashville offers. Only scare. Are there parts of the area we should …
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Neighborhood suggestions? Hi, my husband and I are moving to Nashville for work and I was wondering if anyone could suggest neighborhoods for us to look into. We would like a neighborhood that we could walk to parks, stores, and farmers markets. Something with a good community vibe would be great but that also has reasonable rent. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Source: The Nashville, TN data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).