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The rural neighborhood of Hooten Hows lies off of Hooten Hows Road. Interstate 40 runs adjacent to Hooton Hows. Tall trees provide shade for this little community, as well as privacy. Both Harpeth Park and Bellevue Park are within walking distance.
For those who like to hike, Percy Warner Park and Edwin Warner Park collectively offer nine hiking trails. The trails range from easy to challenging with lots of opportunities for scenic views and wildlife sightings. Visitors will find one of the trailheads next to the nature center in Warner Park, and the trailheads for Percy Park next to the deep well picnic area.
Golf enthusiasts will find Harpeth Hill Golf Course both fun and stimulating. The 18-hole course is filled with rolling fairways and views of the surrounding area. The course has a driving range and pro shop, and it is 15 minutes from Hooten Hows.
The neighborhood is a 20-minute drive from downtown Nashville. Nashville has numerous attractions, art museums, and upscale restaurants. These include Centennial Art Center, Grand Ole Opry, and the Country Music Hall of Fame. The city is called the “Country Music Capital” and is known for turning out many of the most well-known and talented country music musicians in music history.
Children can attend Harpeth Valley Elementary School, Bellevue Middle School, and Harpeth High School. There are also several private schools, such as St. Matthew Catholic School, Montgomery Bell Academy, and Father Ryan High School.