FOREST HILLS

A true community where you can reside and feel as though you’re miles from everything despite being close to major cities.

Welcome to Forest Hills

A wealthy town in Southwest Davidson County.
 
Much like its neighbor Oak Hill, this town has a history that dates back to the 1700s and is full of Native American history and Civil War-era remnants. Dating back to the 15th century, when Native Americans were present in the area, the village of Aaittafama’, now being preserved as an archaeological park in the area. The area also played a role in the Civil War with the 1864 Battle of Nashville, where part of the Richland Country Club now sits today. The local history is evident throughout the town, especially with a trip to City Hall. 
 
Since this town has one commercial property within its city limits, it’s an ideal town for privacy and a true sense of community. With large, rolling hills that give way to spacious lots full of trees and stunning homes, there is beauty everywhere. Homes in the area range from quaint, charming ranches to grand, elegant estates with many private amenities, with the latter being more prominent. A true community where you can reside and feel as though you’re miles from everything despite being close to major cities.
 

What to Love 

Local Lifestyle

Residents enjoy living in a peaceful and private setting full of natural beauty and local history. The large lots, mature trees, and spacious homes are met with meticulously kept lawns and beautiful, lush landscaping showing pride of ownership. Those that live here enjoy a sense of community and friendliness with their neighbors. Proximity to larger cities like Belle Meade and Hillsboro offers a number of shopping and dining options from which to choose.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

There is only one commercial property in Forest Hills—Granny White Market, or Twice Daily, a convenience store that offers a small selection of beverages, baked goods, and hot foods. Proximity to cities such as Belle Meade and Hillsboro offers residents a variety of shopping and dining options nearby. Belle Meade features options like Magpies, The Kitchen, The French Shoppe, and Be-Bo’s Salon and Boutique, to name a few of the options. In Hillsboro, you have Hillsboro Village and its variety of quaint boutique stores. Try local businesses like A Village of Flowers, The Impeccable Pig, and J. Marie, or stop at one of the larger, more well-known shops like Altar’d State. There are also a number of high-end options in neighboring Green Hills. 
 
For dining options, you have plenty to choose from in the area. In Belle Meade, stop at Le Peep for a more casual breakfast and lunch option, Sportsman’s Grille for a traditional smokehouse taste, or Coco’s Italian for classic dishes. Hillsboro Village offers a number of options like Biscuit Love and The Grilled Cheeserie for quick and easy choices. For more upscale options head to Brentwood where they have Mere Bulles and Ludlow and Prime.
 

Things to Do 

Forest Hills offers a number of outdoor recreational options with areas like Radnor Lake and the Warner Parks. Radnor Lake offers a vast amount of acreage where you can enjoy natural wildlife, hiking and biking trails, educational offerings, and more. Percy Warner Park, part of “The Warner Parks,” is one of the largest municipal parks in Tennessee. The parks offer a variety of outdoor amenities from picnic shelters, playgrounds, hiking trails, golf courses, and even an equestrian center. The John C. Lovell Bikeway passes through the area and offers an additional amount of outdoor recreation for residents and visitors alike.
 

Schools 

Residents of Forest Hills are serviced by the Davidson County School District.
 
 
 

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