The city of Oak Hill is surrounded by Green Hills, Brentwood and Crieve Hall which are also all fantastic areas for choosing a home. Oak Hill contains about 1800 homes and the average home prices are in the mid $400’s. It was actually incorporated in 1952 before the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County was created, therefore it remains a satellite city of the the Metropolitan area. Forest Hills and Belle Meade also share this distinction.
Bordering Oak Hill is also the state’s largest natural state park, Radnor Lake.
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Living in Oak Hill
Because the city is entirely residential, you will not have the walkability to restaurants and pubs, like some of the other areas in Nashville, but there are still plenty of options close by in the surrounding neighborhoods.
Oak Hill does offer some of the more scenic neighborhoods, with most homes having nice matured treed lots. Many families find this area appealing due to its close proximity to Downtown Nashville (about 15 min), and it’s relatively peaceful setting.
To learn more about other great neighborhoods in the area, check out our guide to The Best Places to Live in Nashville.