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Lenox Village is a shining beacon of intelligent urban planning located in the southernmost corner of Davidson County. Designed with the intention of emulating small community living, Lenox Village offers the comfort and convenience of small-town life with the ease and access of a larger suburb. This 208-acre community is excellent for young families, young professionals looking for a work-life balance, and even those new to town looking for a community with walkable amenities where they may socialize with other residents, conduct business, and carry out everyday activities within the community. Located 17 miles southeast of Downtown Nashville between I-65 and I-24, Lenox Village residents have relatively easy access to downtown Nashville and a short drive to Brentwood and Nolensville. 


Lenox Village has won several awards, including the AIA Merit Award for overall design from The American Institute of Architects Middle Tennessee Chapter, The Smart Growth Award, and a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency for contributions to the Smart Growth Leadership Institute. Lenox Village was designed as a "Smart Growth" community; Smart Growth America defines this as a community designed with transportation and housing options near jobs, schools, and shops, reducing the need for long commutes. Lenox Village was designed with a variety of housing, shared spaces, and commercial spaces so that residents could live, play, and work in the community. 


The Lenox Village development broke ground in 2001 as a collaboration between the city and several developers. The community was built in several stages over 20 years, creating various architectural styles. Lenox Village offers condos, townhomes, single-family homes, retail space, and live/work accommodations. The homes in Lenox Village not only have access to shared green space, but many homes have private green space with either private yards, shared yards, balconies, or porches. Homes in Lenox Village start around 1,500 square feet and go up to approximately 3,500 square feet for single-family homes. Condominiums in Lenox Village begin around $275,000 and go up to about $600,000 for a single-family residence. 


Lenox Village is exceptionally walkable, with 5-foot-wide sidewalks lining many streets, making for a pleasant walk to the area's many restaurants. Umami is known for its Korean chicken wings and Asian fusion delicacies. Sushi-O-Sushi serves traditional Japanese food and hibachi. Lenox village residents can enjoy Mexican cuisine at El Sombrero and Blue Coast Burrito. Burger Republic serves gourmet burgers and craft cocktails. The Other Place Bar and Grill serve drinks and pub food and host local trivia events. After a long day, Lenox Village locals can enjoy a draft beer at Deep South growlers, a local beer garden with 28 beers on tap, including nonalcoholic beer. Locals can grab a freshly brewed coffee to go or spend some time caffeinating and working at Sweetwaters Coffee and Tea.


Rise Juice + Fitness helps Lenox Village residents live a healthier lifestyle by having a juice bar and meal prep service and offering private training and fitness classes, including Barre, Yoga, HITT, and Dance. Workout Anytime Lenox Village offer's it's members 24-7 access to fitness facilities. Lenox Village is also equipped with several medical facilities to keep residents healthy. Nova Pediatrics, Ascension St Thomas Medical Group Lenox Village, Nashville Skin, Lenox Village Dentistry, Results Physiotherapy Lenox Village, and Hendon Chiropractic and Wellness all have Lenox Village offices enabling residents to receive routine care without leaving the community.


Lenox village residents also do not need to leave the community for salon and spa services. The Hair Studio at Lenox, Visions Hair Studio, and Paparazzi cuts offer hair services. Jaqulien Skin and Image, Nashville Threading, and Elle Nails and Spa offer spa services. Lenox Village pets can even take part in a spa day at Pawsitively perfect. 


Lenox Village has ample green spaces for residents to take a walk, but just beyond Lenox Village, the city of Brentwood offers a wealth of parks and recreational facilities a short drive away. Crocket Park in Brentwood has an amphitheater, trails, tennis courts, disc golf, and more. 


Lenox Village families have easy access to the Edmonson Pike Public Library's children's section and activities. Ten minutes away from Lenox Village is the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere. The Nashville Zoo at Grassmere is Middle Tennessee's Top paid attraction. The 180-acre facility is home to 6,230 individual animals and showcases 339 species. Local families can purchase an annual membership to the Zoo for affordable regular access.


Suppose you desire a self-contained walkable Neighborhood with a wealth of local businesses, green spaces, and easy access to Brentwood, Nashville, and Nolensville. In that case, Lenox Village could be the perfect Neighborhood for you. Contact Erin Gillespie today for help finding your perfect Lenox Village Home or your perfect Music City Nest.

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