Piccadilly Square is bordered by Piccadilly Row to the north and south, Bishopsgate Road to the east and Mullens Road to the west. Residents have a short drive to Una Antioch Pike that connects to Interstate 24, a major thoroughfare within the city.
The surrounding area of Piccadilly Square has a variety of restaurants, businesses, consumer services, community centers, recreational parks, and several churches. The Southern Hills Medical Center serves the Piccadilly Square community and is less than 7 miles away.
Schools in the immediate area of Piccadilly Square include Henry Maxwell Elementary, Apollo Middle, Thurgood Marshall Middle, A Z Kelley Elementary, and Antioch High School.
Piccadilly Square is 10 miles from the Tennessee State Fairgrounds where a huge flea market is held the fourth weekend of the month selling assorted goods. For additional treasure hunts and bargain shopping, the Providence Traders Indoor Flea Market and the Phoenix Flea Market sell assorted items including antiques and collectibles. Both are less than 25 miles from the neighborhood.
From Piccadilly Square, residents have an 18-minute drive to downtown Nashville and all its attractions including the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Tennessee State Museum, Lane Motor Museum and the Tennessee Central Railway Museum. The downtown area also features the Metro Riverfront Park and Centennial Park.
Residents interested in outdoor activities have the YMCA Indoor Tennis Center, Richland Country Club Tennis Center, Westside Athletic Club, Whitworth Racquet Club and the Centennial Sportsplex.
For a day of hiking, backpacking and wildlife observation, Piccadilly Square is less than 10 miles from Radnor Lake Natural Area and Wildlife Refuge.