Forest Hills & Oak Hill

Forest Hills is stowed away between Percy Warner Park and Radnor Lake. These two outdoor nature reserves are some of the most trafficked outdoor areas in Nashville. They offer plenty of trails and seclusion from the hustle and bustle of downtown. You will find large, beautiful tree-lined lots with larger homes making it a more desirable neighborhood for families. 

Oak Hill is similar to Forest Hills in that the homes are on large lots with large houses. It is tucked between Green Hills, Brentwood and Crieve Hall, which means that it has access to many nature parks and trails while keeping a quiet suburban feel just 10 minutes from downtown.

Both Forest and Oak Hill are mainly neighborhoods tucked away just south of Nashville. While they do not have shopping and dining, they are both located minutes away from areas such as Green Hills, Brentwood, Bellevue, 12 South, and even Downtown. For those looking to beat the Nashville hustle and bustle, these neighborhoods allow you to do just that while still having access to all that Nashville has to offer. 

Radnor Lake, Ellington Agricultural center, and Whitfield Park are all nearby as well. The median home price in Oak Hill around $595,000 and $803,000 for Forest Hills. Oak Hill checks in as the #1 place to raise a family in Davidson County, with Forest Hills at #3.