An up and coming neighborhood, Charlotte Park sits west of downtown Nashville on Interstate 40. An array of housing options exists in the Charlotte Park neighborhood. House hunters searching for a solid property to buy or rent can choose from a large variety of brick homes built in the 1960s. The community boasts a few historic properties and a few new homes. Otherwise a unique blend of styles, types and prices of single and multi-family dwellings scattered throughout the neighborhood lend character to the landscape.
The Charlotte Park neighborhood attracts many young single middle income residents who enjoy walking, biking and easy access to major routes throughout the city. The 37209 zip code is home to many working class residents who benefit from shorter commute times.
A main recreational attraction for Charlotte Park serves as the west boundary of the neighborhood. The Cumberland River is a hotspot for boating, fishing and other water sports. The river lines the west side offering lush greenery and scenic views. Local shops offer bait and other fishing gear, while a marina handles watercraft rentals.
The park with the same name as the neighborhood is located the east area of the community. Charlotte Park has a picnic shelter, a lighted ball field and playground equipment. Shade trees and park benches make the park a popular place to relax in a natural setting.
Families planning to relocate to the Charlotte Park neighborhood are served by the public schools of the Nashville Davidson County School District. Charlotte Park Elementary School, a K-4 facility, is conveniently located within the community.
John C. Tune Airport is just north of Charlotte Park. The FFA location identifier for the airport is JWN. In addition to general aviation, military and charter flights, the facility is used to train workers in the airline industry. The venue hosts training and certification for private and commercial pilots.