Neighborhood KeywordsAffordable Low-Key Diverse Colleges
An inclusive suburb with maximum convenience.
A cross between suburban and city life with a laid-back feel.
Townhomes intermingled with small single-family homes in subdivisions, plus small family farms near the outskirts.
Residing on either side of Interstate-24, Antioch is bordered by Percy Priest Lake to the east, Nolensville Road to the west, and Franklin-Limestone Road and Burkitt Road to the north and south respectively. Founded in the early 1800s, the town began as a rural farm community, but thanks to suburbanization in the late 1900s grew to one of Nashville's most populated zip codes. Its convenience makes it ideal for commuting and its affordability has made it so appealing that its growth outpaced all of Nashville from 2010 to 2015. Businesses are constantly investing in Antioch, further ensuring its status as one of Nashville's hottest neighborhoods.
Once rolling farmland, Antioch now has a good mix of farmhouses, single-family homes on quiet streets, and townhomes, attracting both singles and families. Mixed-use developments are on the rise offering a new lifestyle to the community.
Antioch is one of Nashville's most dynamic and culturally engaging neighborhoods. Locals love the parks, sports fields, greenways, and recreation center that make staying active a breeze, plus its proximity to Percy Priest Lake for quick getaways from the hustle and bustle of city life. It's easy to find a wide variety of restaurants to satisfy your hunger for everything from soul food to Seoul food.