Just a short 10-minute drive from Nashville and access to three major interstates, Brentwood’s rolling hills are home to many Fortune 500 companies located both in Maryland Farms and Cool Springs, although you wouldn’t know it given the large number of lush green parks and nature areas the city boasts.
Whether it’s Concord Park, home of the Brentwood Library, or Crockett Park, complete with lit tennis courts, ball fields, bikeways, a Frisbee golf course as well as two historic homes, there is no shortage of walking and running trails for the outdoor adventurer. The largest of them all is the newly planned Marcella Vivrette Smith Park with the historic Ravenswood Mansion as its centerpiece, just minutes from the Cool Springs Galleria where shoppers have over 150 stores to explore including H&M, American Girl Doll and Macy’s.
Residents enjoy The Deerwood Arboretum as well as Owl Creek Park, both dedicated to preserving the natural flora and fauna of the area with walking trails and outdoor classrooms befitting for a community that top-rated public and private schools like Currey-Ingram and Brentwood Academy call home.
For the food lovers there’s the Perch, a trendy neighborhood coffee, wine and brew house featuring incredible tapas and crepes right down the street from local favorite Judge Bean’s Barbeque. Maryland Farm’s Soy Bistro with traditional Asian fare also adds flavor to such favorites as the Cheesecake Factory and Outback Steakhouse.
From the stately homes in the exclusive Governor’s Club community situated along an Arnold Palmer Signature Course to the sprawling “Gentleman farmer” estates along Concord Road, this suburban community proves work and pleasure can live in harmony.
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