Belle Meade, TN Housing Market Trends + Forecast 2020-2021

January 27,2020 | Posted By Amy Smith in Belle Meade TN
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Belle Meade Housing Market Overview

Nashville + Nearby Luxury Real Estate

Looking for a true blue real estate professional to help you sell your house and/or buy your dream home? Look no further than Amy Jackson Smith! Well known for serving her immediate Nashville community with premier real estate services and expertise, Amy Jackson Smith Real Estate accommodates clients throughout Nashville’s surrounding suburbs and neighborhoods. Directly translating to “beautiful meadow,” Belle Meade boasts the highest concentration of top-tier luxury real estate throughout all of Tennessee in just 3.1 square miles! This Nashville suburb is also ranked at #11 for the best places to retire. Are you looking for an idyllic property in Belle Meade, Tennessee? Feel free to browse available Belle Meade listings here, or contact Amy Jackson Smith with any direct inquiries by calling 615.300.1025. Read on to learn more about the current trends and future predictions concerning the Belle Meade real estate market!

Belle Meade Housing Market Snapshot

"If a realtor can be biased for a moment, I have to say I adore Belle Meade. I’ve sold countless properties in this gorgeous community over the years and own a home here" (Amy Jackson Smith). When you need to know the ins and outs of selling a home in Belle Meade, Amy Jackson Smith is your go-to real estate professional. Here are some quick statistics to give you an idea about the area’s real estate landscape:

  • Multiple offers are atypical.
  • On average homes sell 8% below the listed price and go pending in 69 days.
  • Hotter properties sell 2% below the listed price and go pending in 2 days.
  • The average 2019 sale price for a Belle Meade home is $1.7 million.
  • The average price per square foot of a Belle Meade property is $407.
  • The land price range spans $800,000 to $3,000,000 depending on lot and location.

Meet Your Belle Meade Neighbors | Demographics

Before moving to Belle Meade, any potential homeowner will want to know the lay of the land. At Amy Jackson Smith Real Estate, we conduct regular research to better understand our market. We’ve collected the following key demographics to help home buyers learn more about the Belle Meade area and their potential neighbors!

Did you know that Amy Jackson Smith owns property in Belle Meade herself? Contact her directly to hear about her experience living in Belle Meade firsthand. Call Amy Jackson Real Estate today at 615.300.1025.


Home Owners
Self Employed
Median Age
College Educated
Median Household Income

Belle Meade Real Estate Market 2020 and 2021 Insight And Statistics

With Belle Meade home prices growing by over 40% in just the last year and soaring to new heights, the real estate market in this lush and luxurious Nashville suburb is expected to grow well into 2020 and 2021. Many real estate experts predict that the local market will continue to grow but at a slower rate. Still, the close-knit community is small and uncompetitive for new potential buyers.

How is the Belle Meade Housing Market Trends?

Belle Meade Home Prices and Real Estate Appreciation

Currently, there are around 40 new listings in Belle Meade, Nashville TN with an estimated median list price of $1,330,200. Get started by exploring all property types in Belle Meade, Nashville.

The Belle Meade Lifestyle | Parks + Recreation

Part of Tennessee’s Davidson County, Belle Meade is a small 3.1 square mile town just outside Nashville. Complete with its own city hall, police force, tree-lined streets, and wooded areas, Belle Meade provides residents and visitors an idyllic rural landscape that echoes its roots as a 5,300-acre Southern plantation. Life in Belle Meade is equal parts quaint and urbane, making it a growing destination throughout all of Tennessee. With so much to offer, here are some of the main attractions and highlights of this upscale Nashville suburb!

» Belle Meade Country Club

A members-only club with an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, and a swimming pool, the Belle Meade Country Club is a premier place to relax, unwind, and enjoy oneself. Featuring Bermuda grass fairways and bent grass greens, the golf course here is first-rate according to Golf Digest.

» Percy Warner Golf Course

A 2,600-yard golf course with tree-lined fairways in Percy Warner Park, this 9-hole golf course is first come, first serve with an open play concept. To learn more about their fees and rental rates, click here.

» Percy Warner Park + Edwin Warner Park

Also known by Nashville locals as the Warner Parks, both of these outdoor parks encompass 3,100 acres altogether and include:

  • Picnic Grounds
  • Shelters
  • Nature Center
  • Hiking & Biking Trails
  • Scenic Overlooks
  • Sports Fields
  • Horse Trails
  • Equestrian Center
  • Golf Centers

These parks are also home to a bevy of historical sites including, 10 pre-Civil War cemeteries, a World War I memorial in honor of Camp Andrew Jackson, and a WWI army training site.

» Parmer Park

Located on the previous site known as Parmer School, this park features open green spaces, basketball courts, playgrounds, and a baseball field for the public’s enjoyment.

» Belle Meade Plantation

Preserved for future generations as an American historical site, the Belle Meade Plantation offers expansive grounds now dedicated to informational tours, educational programs, and beautiful events. The plantation is even home to a winery for visitors to enjoy! To learn more about this beautiful site and plan your visit, click here.

Belle Meade Plantation


» Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art

Belle Meade is also home to Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art, a historical testament to rich Nashville culture thanks to the Maxwell House coffee brand and the Cheek family, one of Nashville’s early entrepreneurial families. Enjoy a beautiful stroll through breath-taking gardens, finishing with a lunch on the deck at the famous Pineapple Room restaurant. Summer art exhibits and picnics in the park with live jazz music round out a year-long calendar of social events.

» Belle Meade Boulevard

From the moment you pass the bronze horses at the beginning of Belle Meade Boulevard, you know this neighborhood is something special. Beautiful estates line the 2.6 mile road that ends at the grand entrance of Percy Warner Park, the largest municipally administered park in Tennessee. Spanning 2,684 acres of forest and field just 9 miles from downtown Nashville, Warner Park is an important historical community resource listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Picnic areas, scenic views, cross-country hiking & running trials, golf courses, athletic fields, and an equestrian center draw over 500,000 people out to the parks every year.

Nearby Schools

Although there are no schools within the official city limits of Belle Meade, there are quality educational facilities throughout the Greater Nashville Area. Here are some of the best public and private schools in proximity to your new Belle Meade home!

  • Julia Green Elementary
  • H.G. Hill Middle School
  • Hillwood Comp High School
  • Harding Academy
  • Harpeth Hall School
  • Montgomery Bell Academy
  • The Ensworth School

» Colleges & Universities

  • Vanderbilt University
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology
  • Aquinas College

Do you have any additional questions about living in Belle Meade and investing in the luxury real estate this suburb has to offer? Contact Amy Jackson Smith with any inquiries regarding buying/selling in Nashville’s surrounding areas. Call today at 615.300.1025.