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Holt Meadows is a small residential neighborhood on the southwestern side of Nashville. This Tennessee community is 20 minutes from all that downtown Nashville offers and even closer to the many city conveniences of nearby Bellevue.

The Holt Meadows neighborhood is just a few minutes east of Interstate 40 and west of Highway 251. It is immediately bounded by Sawyer Brown Road on the west. The community is made up of just two streets, Holt Valley Road and Meadow Lane Drive, which creates a single neighborhood access point on the west. Because of this, there is no through traffic in this quiet, heavily wooded neighborhood. The zip code for this Davidson County community is 37221.

Holt Meadows is entirely residential, and it is made up of fewer than 50 single-family homes. The lots here are rather small, but the surrounding natural areas provide residents with a sense of seclusion and of country living. Nearby residential communities include Meade Vue and Stacy Square.

Despite the remote feeling of the neighborhood, it is only a few minutes from many city conveniences, including shopping, dining, and entertainment options. The Bellevue Center Mall is just a short drive to the southwest, and the Belle Forest Shopping Center and a movie theater are also just minutes from home. Downtown Nashville is also an option for entertainment.

Holt Meadows residents also have several choices for outdoor recreation close to home. Bellevue Park is a smaller park located just a few minutes to the southwest, and Percy and Erwin Warner Parks are less than two miles to the southeast. These larger parks are situated next to one another on either side of Highway 254, and they collectively offer miles of nature trails, an equestrian center, playgrounds, and two golf courses.

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