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Donelson

Why you'd want to live in Donelson

Donelson is a neighborhood of Nashville, Tennessee about 6 mi (10 km) east of downtown Nashville along U.S. Route 70. It is named in honor of John Donelson, co-founder of Nashville and father-in-law of Andrew Jackson, Nashvillian and seventh President of the United States. It is now incorporated as part of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County. In the 1880s Donelson was a station on the Tennessee and Pacific Railroad just south of the former village of McWhirtersville on the Lebanon Pike. It began its modern development shortly after World War II, and its location next to Nashville's airport led to much of its later growth. It was also the site of an early example of what would later be called a shopping center or "strip mall", Donelson Plaza. Donelson's oldest neighborhood is Bluefields. The development of the Bluefields subdivision began in 1929 by the Bransford Realty Company of Nashville, Tennessee. Home construction began in the early 1930s, with fifty to sixty homes built by the Bransford Realty Company by the end of 1938. The final phase of building, Bluefield Square, was developed in the 1970s on the property once occupied by the Swiss Farm Dairy within Bluefields proper. Another well-known neighborhood in Donelson is Timber Lake Condos subdivision, approximately 200 townhomes adjacent to BNA Airport property. Donelson is now an example of an early postwar suburb with a stock of mostly half-century old, red brick, detached ranch-style homes. However, there has been some tendency for infill in recent years, largely tied into the expansion of sewers. The area's desirability was increased somewhat by the impoundment of Percy Priest Lake on the Stones River in the late 1960s which increased summertime recreational opportunities. Donelson was the home of the Opryland USA theme park, which closed in 1997. This property is now the Opry Mills shopping mall and the Grand Ole Opry. It is usually considered as something of a unit along with the adjacent neighborhood of Hermitage via Wikipedia

Donelson

Donelson Market Report

$438,521

AVERAGE PRICE OF 167 HOMES

$481,512

AVERAGE PRICE OF 33 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$324,898

AVERAGE PRICE OF 7 HOMES WITH A POOL

$1,796,493

AVERAGE PRICE OF 9 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$557,900

AVERAGE PRICE OF 3 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $438,521
Avg Bedrooms 3.09 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.26 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $179,000
2 bedrooms $240,540
3 bedrooms $375,512
4 bedrooms $546,544
5 bedrooms $669,779
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
McGavock Comp High School 151 $427,266 59 days
Stewart Co High School 4 $108,875 69 days
Antioch High School 3 $265,000 26 days
Hillsboro Comp High School 1 $2,350,000 15 days
Glencliff Comp High School 1 $259,500 20 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 167 $438,521 69 days
Newly Built Homes 33 $481,512 58 days
Homes with a Pool 7 $324,898 34 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 9 $1,796,493 331 days
Reduced Price Homes 3 $557,900 33 days
Distressed Homes n/a n/a n/a