Nashville -- long recognized by and known for its lively music scene, honky-tonks, museums, full-scale replica of The Parthenon, and growing food scene, is quickly becoming the it city of the South. It's becoming more difficult to spot a native among all those who have decided to move to Nashville and make it home. Nearly 100 people move to Nashville every day. Why? For one, Nashville offers an undeniable charm. Along with that charm, comes a new and growing sense of luxury. This a beacon for many individuals and big-name companies.

No longer does one have to move to New York City or Los Angeles to enjoy the lap of luxury. As the average home sale price continues to climb in Nashville, we've complied a list of the areas with the highest priced homes in Metropolitan Davidson Country. Welcome to Nashville, the LA of the South.

1. Green Hills / Forest Hills

Photo credit Mansion Global

37215 2019 Average Sale Price $1,033,166

With an average sale price over one million, the Green Hills & Forest Hills area is the priciest pocket of Nashville to purchase a home in. Green Hills is home to many large, luxurious homes with much character. The area also sports a luxury shopping mall and many places to dine.

2. Belle Meade

Photo via Wikipedia

37205 2019 Average Sale Price $936,721

With an average sale price of around one million, Belle Meade is the second most expensive area of Nashville to purchase a home in. Situated right next to the Green Hills zip code, the area is filled with history, charm, and is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city life.

3. Oak Hill

Photo via TN State Parks

37220 2019 Average Sale Price $892,033

Located here are countless large, yet quaint homes. The neighborhood is also home to Radnor Lake State Park. In Oak Hill, you're just a short drive away from a peaceful water-front walk or a delicious meal in one of the nearby restaurants or coffee shops in 12 South -- the next area on the list.

4. 12 South

Photo via Nashville Guru

37204 2019 Average Sale Price $785,262

We move closer to the heart of Nashville for the remaining high-dollar neighborhoods in Music City. 12 South is home to lots of small boutique shops, restaurants, and large homes. While there are many adorable original homes in the area, good luck turning down a street without a modern tall-and-skinny on it. If you're looking for an area to live in that has got it all, 12 South is a winner.

5. Hillsboro

Photo via Nashville Guru

37212 2019 Average Sale Price $775,891

Not too far from 12 South, Hillsboro Village is a very similar area. All along the main strip of the neighborhood, 21st South, there are walkable restaurants, shops, cafes, and the iconic Belcourt Theatre. Hillsboro Village is sandwiched between two of Nashville's largest universities, Vanderbilt and Belmont.

Other neighborhoods quickly climbing in price

West End

37203 2019 Average Sale Price $574,634

The sixth most expensive area to purchase a home in Nashville is home to the urban areas of The Gulch, Edgehill, and West End.

East End

37206 2019 Average Sale Price $438,629

The seventh most expensive area to purchase a home in Nashville is the eclectic area of East Nashville.

Are you looking into selling your home? We can help you sell your home fast and at the highest price-point possible. Or, if you are interested in purchasing a home, there is never a wrong time to buy. Whatever your Nashville real estate need, one of our Experts would be so happy to help.

Say hey to us & let's see how we can assist you!