Welcome to Green Hills
Green Hills is an elegant suburban neighborhood a short drive south of Downtown Nashville.
Bordered by prestigious Belle Meade to the west and Lipscomb University to the east, this affluent neighborhood is full of large homes on leafy streets. Green Hills also offers an abundance of upscale shopping and dining.
Green Hills’ development began in the 1930s, and most of its homes are 1950s and ‘60s ranch-style properties on half-acre lots. Recent years have seen the development of Green Hills’ first residential high-rise, Vertis, which offers luxurious amenities and stylish contemporary apartments. The largest and most expensive homes are generally located in the western portion of the neighborhood, where grand multi-million dollar mansions can extend beyond 10,000 square feet in size.
What to Love
Leafy small-town atmosphere
Upscale shopping and dining
Grand homes on large lots
Convenient location for commuting
People & Lifestyle
Green Hills has a self-contained small-town atmosphere all within a 20-minute drive of downtown. Here, homes are surrounded by verdant greenery that makes it easy to see where the Green Hills name came from. Green Hills offers incredible convenience—it’s within a short commute of several major medical centers and Belmont, Lipscomb, and Vanderbilt Universities. The neighborhood also has several large upscale shopping malls offering a wide range of high-end shopping and dining.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
The Hillsboro Pike runs north to south through Green Hills, and most of its commercial development is concentrated along this central corridor. is a stylish retail hub with more than 100 shops and restaurants. The Mall’s has four floors of impeccably-designed installations showcasing the finest in upscale home furnishings. Dining and drinks here are just as impressive as the Design Gallery. Enjoy an espresso and fresh pastries from the café, sample a glass from its extensive wine vault, or head to Restoration Hardware’s restaurant to dine on delicious ingredient-driven dishes in a beautiful glass and steel atrium decorated with olive trees and crystal chandeliers. The Mall at Green Hills’ other anchor tenants include Dillard’s, Macy’s, and Nordstrom, while high-end retailers include Burberry, Crate & Barrel, Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, and Tiffany & Co. A range of restaurants and retailers can also be found at . Highlights here include Whole Foods Market, Shake Shack, and , a premium fashion store carrying menswear and womenswear from brands such as Barbour, Eton, Peter Millar, and Rag & Bone. Located on the first floor of the Vertis Green Hills development, serves a menu of classic steakhouse meat and seafood dishes with a contemporary twist and a lively jazz soundtrack. Other must-try dining options include delicious Detroit-style square pizzas and award-winning burgers at , long-time casual comfort food favorite , and globally-influenced New American cuisine at chic .
Things to Do
Nashville is renowned for its live music scene, and few venues are as iconic as Green Hill’s . This intimate performance room hosts two shows each night every day of the week. Kathy Mattea, Garth Brooks, LeAnn Rimes, and Maren Morris are just a few of the stars who have taken part in Bluebird Café’s famous open mic nights and “in the round” singer-songwriter showcases. at The Mall at Green Hills is a state-of-the-art movie theater with stadium seating to watch the latest releases in style. Until 2017, Regal Green Hills was home to the . This week-long festival now features hundreds of film screenings just east of Green Hills at . At you’ll find an art gallery housed within a 1930s Georgian mansion surrounded by 55 acres of lush botanical gardens. The gorgeous grounds at Cheekwood are divided into 12 habitat areas and also features a 1.5-mile sculpture trail. Seasonal highlights include 150,000 blooming bulbs in the spring and miles of holiday lights during the winter.
Green Hills is zoned in the Davidson County school district.
- Julie Green Elementary, Public, Magnet, K-4, ranked 4th best elementary in Tennessee
- Harpeth Hall School, Private, Nonsectarian, Girls, 5-12
- Montgomery Bell Academy, Private, Nonsectarian, Boys, 7-12
- The Ensworth School, Private, Nonsectarian, K-12
- Acton Academy, Private, Nonsectarian, K-6