Coach House Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
With its lush landscapes and winding roads, Coach House offers residents a picturesque oasis. Walk the streets of this peaceful community, and you’re likely to feel as if you’re strolling through the forest. Residences in the northern tip of the community look out over the Nashville Zoo.
Coach House encompasses zip code 37211. The community is bounded by the Nashville Zoo to the north, Nolensville Pike to the east, Old Hickory Boulevard 254 to the south, and the Interstate 65 to the west. The Interstate 440 also runs to the north of the community. The area is primarily residential, although there are a few eateries, shops, and service establishments in the neighborhood, as well as schools and churches.
Of the many attractive aspects of Coach House is William Whitfield Park, which sits at the heart of the community. This public community park features four baseball diamonds, a soccer/football field, playground, and woods to roam. Leashed dogs are permitted at the park.
Also in the community is the Ellington Agricultural Center. The 207-acre piece of land was once a private estate, but now serves as headquarters for the Tennessee Department of Agriculture. The Center features a variety of plant displays and is listed as an Official Arboretum by the Nashville Tree Foundation. The location is also home to the well-known Iris Garden. The annual Tennessee Agricultural Museum’s Rural Life Festival is held at the Center.
The Nashville Zoo is located to the north of the neighborhood. The zoo is home to about 300 animals from around the world, including African elephants, Bengal Tigers, and red pandas, to name a few inhabitants. The zoo also has a 66,000-square-foot Jungle Gym playground.