Made by and for creators, the Wedgewood-Houston area is one of Nashville's newest hot spots. It attracts people with an array of interests and welcomes all with open arms.

Neighborhood Keywords

Bar Scene
Hidden Gem
Neighbourhood logo The Neighborhood

An artsy and industrial area with rapid and welcomed revitalization.

lifestyle logo The Lifestyle

A uniquely urban, but established neighborhood with all modern conveniences within walking distance.

market logo The Market

The center of the neighborhood is building upward with condos and converted factories, but the outlying streets are lined with vintage bungalows.

position logo Known for

Nashville's first craft cidery and regular art crawls.

house logo What Not to Expect

While the Wedgewood-Houston residents appreciate the finer things, you won't feel an upscale or superficial vibe.

heart logo You'll Fall in Love With

The hidden, speakeasy-like bars and restaurants and regularly occurring art crawls.

Neighborhood Vibe

The Neighborhood

Just south of downtown, the aptly named Wedgewood-Houston, or WeHo for short, sits between Houston Street to the north and Wedgewood Avenue to the south. Nolensville Pike and 8th Avenue are its neighbors to the east and west, making it convenient for commuters or those wanting to explore nearby neighborhoods. The once industrial area is now a thriving creative community filled with art galleries and co-working spaces that offer a lot more than desk space. Wedgewood-Houston is easily walkable and has a little something for everyone.

The Market

Wedgewood-Houston has a variety of housing options ranging from charming vintage bungalows to more modern condos and townhomes. For the urban dweller, converted factories offer live-work communities that cultivate innovation while preserving the past.

The Lifestyle

Wedgewood-Houston has developed a unique identity, attracting artists, foodies, history enthusiasts, music lovers, and families. The established neighborhood holds both a historic character and an industrial aesthetic that draws residents looking for something uniquely urban. The area also has beautiful parks, funky shops and antique stores, and restaurants that are locally-owned and breathing new life into the neighborhood. Nashville’s first pro soccer team will also call the area home soon with a new stadium near the fairgrounds.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $764K
Lowest Price $1.4K
Highest Price $6.5M
Total Listings 75
Avg. Days On Market 72
Avg. Price/SQFT $361

Property Types (active listings)

View of Cumberland River

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