If you're looking for a quiet and well-established area, then the Oak Hill and Forest Hills neighborhoods might be for you. Located in the southwest corner of Davidson County, you'll find beautiful homes with yards to match. This neighborhood is almost completely residential with no commercial development, and the homes range in style from large ranch homes with an acre of land to sprawling estates.
You'll find more people working in creative occupations in this area than in most communities across the nation. If you consider yourself an urban sophisticate and a supporter of the arts, you'll be among like-minded people.
The Oak Hill and Forest Hills neighborhoods offer excellent school systems, and the local homeowners are generally avid supporters of education. You won't find a lot of nightlife, but you're only a short drive away from the excitement of downtown Nashville.
In Oak Hill, you'll find the Radnor Lake State Natural Area with wildlife and five miles of unpaved trails. And Forest Hills borders on Edwin and Percy Warner Parks where you can hike, bike, horseback ride and even play some golf.