This new series of blogs focuses on some of the best areas in which to buy a home in order to enjoy hiking, biking, walking or running through some of the natural beauty Nashville has to offer.
In south Nashville is nestled an amazing state park boasting more than 1,200 acres of paved walking, in-the-woods trail hiking, natural wildlife, breathtaking plants and an incredibly picturesque lake. Radnor Lake features a variety of hiking trails that vary in length and intensity. Open during daylight hours year-round from 6 am until sunset allows for before or after work exercise and enjoyment.
Nearby neighborhoods ideally situated for easy access on a regular basis to spend time in this beautiful preserve include Oak Hill and Crieve Hall. These beautiful areas both feature family-friendly neighborhoods with nice yards, affordable housing, and good schools available, both public and private.
Oak Hill and Crieve Hall are also excellent locations for commuters. With easy access to I-65, the drive isn’t far to downtown or to Williamson County. It’s also an easy drive to Green Hills, universities like Belmont and Vanderbilt, as well as trendy restaurants and shopping in West End and East Nashville.
To get more information about all that Radnor Lake offers for Natural Beauty in Nashville, go to http://tnstateparks.com/parks/about/radnor-lake.
For Part 2, focusing on Shelby Bottoms, go to http://bit.ly/23DozAO .