Belmont-Hillsboro became a Neighborhood Conservation Zoning Overlay district in April, 2005. The area that would become Belmont-Hillsboro was part of the estates of Adelicia Acklen and Colonel A. B. Montgomery, with the oldest sections of the neighborhood being subdivided in 1890 and 1891. The mix of Craftsman, Bungalows, American Foursquare, and Tudor styles are common in the area, and examples of the Prairie, Eclectic Revival, and Contemporary styles are also present. A portion of the district is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

This area is also home to “Hillsboro Village”, which features one of Nashville’s great collections of neighborhood merchants. As one merchant says, “Customers can do their banking; have shoes repaired; fill a prescription; have hair cut or styled; buy jewelry, antiques, artwork, flowers, clothes, or gifts; have copies made; take in a movie or play; get a car repaired or fill it with gas; eat any and all meals; and get a passport. One can do all these things, and more, in buildings with real doors and real windows.” Historic charm and personal attention make the Village a very special place. Bound by active and successful neighborhoods, this area will remind you of days when everyone traded with neighbors in shops close to home. For more information on the community and events, please visit the Nashville Guru pages on Hillsboro Village and Belmont Boulevard.





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