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Inglewood is fast becoming one of the most desirable and popular suburbs of Nashville. It is a regarded as a family-friendly, tight-knit community where residents feel safe walking the tree-lined streets at night. With plenty of affordable housing available, Inglewood is a neighborhood of choice for many families who are looking to put down their roots in the city.

Inglewood is located in northeastern Nashville, just north of Cornelia Fort Airpark. Its boundaries are the Briley Parkway to the north, Cahal Road to the south, Gallitan Road to the west, and Shelby Park and the Cumberland River to the east. With the Briley Parkway and Ellington Park surrounding three of its four sides, Inglewood offers easy access to downtown Nashville and the rest of the metropolitan area.

The prime outdoor location for residents of Inglewood is Shelby Park, one of the largest urban parks in the South. Located on the southeastern border to Inglewood, it includes more than 360 acres of open land. Features include several playgrounds, ball fields, and a dog park. The Belmont Bruins college baseball team plays its home games here. Another recreation option is the smaller South Inglewood Park, a neighborhood green space on the southern edge of Inglewood.

Inglewood was originally the site of large plantations in the 18th and 19th centuries. By the 20th century, it became the home of some of Nashville’s elite residents. Visitors can see a piece of this history by visiting the home of legendary country singer and musician Roy Acuff. This musician, the first person to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame while alive, lived in several homes in this community during his life, including the large estate at 3940 Moss Rose Drive.


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