The Hillwood and West Meade neighborhoods lie within the wooded hillsides of southwest Nashville. The community is rich with natural beauty and is characterized by its abundance of established trees, many more than a century old. The majority of homes in the neighborhoods were built when the area was initially developed in the late fifties and sixties with a prevalence of mostly brick ranch-style homes and deep setbacks. According to the West Meade Conservancy, the wooded area in which the neighborhoods are built supports much natural wildlife, including barred owls, red foxes, white-tailed deer and many bird species. The Hillwood and West Meade neighborhoods are also home to a waterfall and several creeks for the community to enjoy.
About Hillwood - West Meade
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