Patricia Heights Apartments for Rent
The Patricia Heights neighborhood in Nashville, Tennessee is an area of affordable housing comprised of condos and patio homes as well as some single-family houses that were built around the decade of the 80s. All the properties are located in close proximity to the interstate system, thereby making them accessible to shopping, restaurants, and leisure recreation in the Nashville area.
Single-family homes in the neighborhood sit on lots that feature urban canopies of magnolia, black oak, red maple, and sourwood trees. The mature trees provide shelter for area birds, such as cardinals, sparrows, flycatchers, and warblers. On summer evenings, residents like nothing better than sitting on their decks or patios and watching the on-and-off glow of fireflies or listening to the soft songs of crickets.
Locals like flowers as is evidenced by the geraniums sitting in pots on porches or the zinnias planted around properties in the summertime. The lovely, vibrant flowers attract a variety of butterflies to the community, including the zebra swallowtail, which has the distinction of being the state butterfly of Tennessee.
Recreation is close by at many of the municipal parks near the neighborhood, including Shelby Park located to the north. The park is also a good place to relax or have a picnic on a warm, sunny afternoon. Golfers in the neighborhood like to practice putting at the Riverview Golf Course which is located adjacent to the park.
The neighborhood is situated south of I-40, west and north of Murfreesboro Pike and north and east of Briley Parkway. I-24 is located directly to its west while the Nashville International Airport sits to the east.
Close to the interstate system, yet quiet and serene, the Patricia Heights neighborhood is an area which draws both singles and families.