Here's Woodbine: A Nashville Neighborhood on the Rise
The Woodbine neighborhood is located southeast of downtown Nashville and is bordered by Nolensville Road, Thompson Lane, Glenrose Avenue and I-440. With the combination of cute, affordable housing and the proximity to downtown; Woodbine is a favorite of first time homebuyers. This vibrant community that is known for bouncing back is once again on the rise.
Prices in this area can reach as high as $175,000, however, the average sales price over the last twelve months is $77,490. The current average days on market is 84 days. Today there is four months of single family home inventory on hand based on the today’s sales rate. The number of sales in this zip code, 37210, has remained steady over the last few years; however, the median sales price has increased $10,000 in the last twelve months. The number of sales is currently 53% of the volume peak and almost $22,000 less than the price peak in 2007.
Homes in Woodbine are still at bargain prices, but this will not last for long.
The cottage and ranch are the predominate architectural styles in this area. The average home in Woodbine was built in the 1950’s; however, you can find homes in this neighborhood built from the turn of the century to the 1980’s. There has been no significant new home construction in this neighborhood for more than a decade.
Woodbine was first settled in the late 1700’s and this part of Nashville was previously called Flat Rock. In 1939, this neighborhood in Flatrock was named Woodbine, after a large estate that was located on Nolensville Road.
The Woodbine Neighborhood Association is very active in the community. The association uses a projects based model to foster community and encourage positive and healthy growth. Recent collaborations have resulted in the building of the Casa Azafran Community Center and the community garden at Whitsitt Elementary.
The Woodbine Community Organization plays a huge role in the health of the community. They offer home ownership programs, housing development programs, affordable rental housing and community revitalization programs to this corner of Nashville.
Coleman Park and the Coleman Park Community Center is another great jewel of the neighborhood. Located at the corner of Nolensville Road and Thompson Lane, the center is part of the Metro Park System. The center offers a wide variety of health, fitness and after school programs.
What do you love about the Woodbine Community?
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