Woodland in Waverly Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Located approximately 2 miles south of downtown Nashville, the historic Woodland in Waverly neighborhood is a streetcar suburb containing a mixture of architecture representative of the early-twentieth century. Named a Historic Zoning Overlay district in 1985, Woodland in Waverly homes embodies Queen Anne, Classical Revival, Tudor, and Bungalow architectural styles.
Woodland in Waverly contains a combination of homeowners, renters, and businesses. Apartment buildings that surround the Woodland in Waverly neighborhood include Village South and Bransford House Apartments just south of the neighborhood. The Park at Melrose is a newer development located just southwest of Woodland in Waverly on Elliot Avenue. The Park at Melrose offers condominiums in a convenient location with close interstate access.
Encompassed in the 37204 zip code area in Davidson County, public schools in the vicinity of woodland in Waverly include Fall-Hamilton Elementary, Percy Priest Elementary, Cameron Middle, John T. Moore Middle, Johnson Middle, Hillsboro Comprehensive High School and McGavock High School. Also nearby are Belmont University, Vanderbilt University, and Trevecca Nazarene University.
Popular areas for residents in Woodland in Waverly include Douglas Corner Café and Zanies Comedy Night Club on 8th Avenue. Douglas Corner Café showcases artists and songwriters before they become stars – Garth Brooks played at the Corner long before he had friends in low places.
Woodland in Waverly was named for the A.W. Putnam home “Waverly.” This neighborhood is also well known for The Timothy Demonbreun House located on Benton Avenue. This home was dedicated to Timothy Demonbreun who has been called “The First Citizen of Nashville.” The Timothy Demonbreun House is now a Bed and Breakfast which also hosts private weddings and receptions.