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Paragon Place is a neighborhood of Nashville, Tennessee. This neighborhood, located in the 37211 zip code area, is bordered to the south by Paragon Mills Road and to the east by Highway 56. The average age of a resident is 32. Houses, condominiums, and apartments all occupy the area, but Paragon Place is most known for its starter homes. The neighborhood sits close to Nashville’s many attractions and tourist destinations.
The 30-acre Belle Meade Plantation, a historic site from the 19th century, is located approximately seven miles southwest of Nashville. Belle Meade was once part of a 5,400-acre plantation and thoroughbred farm. Guides in period costumes give tours of the 1853 Greek revival mansion. Visitors can explore other plantation buildings as well. The site has a carriage house, a log cabin, a smokehouse, a creamery, and a mausoleum.
Also referred to as the Belle Meade Farm, the plantation was known for its thoroughbred horse nursery and for the breeding and training of championship race horses. The lineage of famous racing horses like Seabiscuit and Barbarro can be traced to Belle Meade.
The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery has over 5,500 pieces of American and international art, with traveling exhibitions throughout the year. Founded in 1873, and with more than 300 trees and shrubs on the campus, Vanderbilt was designated a national arboretum in 1988.
Ernest Tubb, nicknamed the “Texas Troubadour,” was a singer, songwriter, and a country music pioneer. The Texas Troubadour Theatre offers musical productions and the “Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree,” a late-night radio country music show. Before his death in 1984, Tubb appeared as himself in the Loretta Lynn autobiographical film, The Coal Miner’s Daughter.