Cherokee Park

Founded in 1928 Cherokee Park is Nashville’s first suburban subdivision. The neighborhood includes about 300 homes —most circa 1920 to 1950— in Tudor Revival, Colonial Revival, Cottages, and other architectural styles. The homes of Cherokee Park are protected under a historic conservation overlay. The Cherokee Park Neighborhood Association sponsors many events including neighborhood picnics, annual yard sale, and progressive dinners.

Current Neighborhood Listings

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2019 Richland & Cherokee Park Market Trends

45 closings

15% Y-O-Y

99% sales to list price ratio

1% Y-O-Y

$1,144,000 average sales price

24% Y-O-Y

$1,059,000 median sales price

38% Y-O-Y

$328 average sales price/square foot

13% Y-O-Y

$327 median sales price/square foot

12% Y-O-Y

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