West End Station is located in the Sylvan Park neighborhood. Located on five acres at 36th Avenue N and Nebraska Avenue, this community features 45 craftsman-style bungalows with simple and elegant designs, front porches, and sidewalks that lead to a large community courtyard. There are seven different floor plans and facades, with two bedroom homes ranging in size from 1150-1626 square feet and three bedroom homes at 1626 square feet. Finishes at West End Station include hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and sleek fixtures.
This $12 million project attracted many young professionals and young families, and was a popular choice for first-time homebuyers. Many buyers were attracted to the sustainable, green features incorporated into the construction of the homes. West End Station homes create a similar carbon footprint, have lower energy expenses, and conserve natural resources. Homes have cellulose insulation, radiant barrier roofs, double glazed low-emittance windows, low maintenance masonry and fiber cement siding, dual flush toilets, compact fluorescent lights, and Energy Star appliances. This project was completed and sold in 2010.
Project: West End Station
Address: 36th Avenue North & Nebraska Avenue
Neighborhood: Sylvan Park
Developer: Core Development
Year Completed: 2009
Total Number of Units: 46
Square Feet Range: 1317- 1869
Total Number of Floor Plans: 7
Bedroom Range: 2-3 bedrooms
West End Station is Nashville’s newest mini-neighborhood development. Five acres in Sylvan Park features a community of craftsman-style bungalows, simple and elegant designs, front porches, and sidewalks that lead to a large community courtyard.
Southwest of downtown Nashville lies the quaint and quiet neighborhood of Sylvan Park, a beautiful setting with homes and businesses that run the gamut from funky to upscale. Here, 1920s clapboard homes and 1930s stone bungalows look right at home together.
The neighborhood’s namesake restaurant, Sylvan Park Restaurant, has been serving Nashville residents old-fashioned Southern cooking for more than 50 years. The restaurant’s continuing popularity is demonstrated by the proliferation of Sylvan Park restaurants around the city.
Across the street, Caffé Nonna is a cozy, neighborhood Italian bistro. Seating 45 people, the cafe has an intimate ambiance with servers who maneuver deftly between wooden tables.
Next door to Caffé Nonna is Park Café. Comfortable and quirky, this fusion eatery serves creative dishes with influences from Asia, India, France, and Italy. Known for its upscale dining, Park Cafe has become a top choice for many of Nashville’s prominent faces.
At The Produce Place, one can find a wide selection of fresh food and produce, including organic and gourmet items. This small establishment offers fresh bread from local bakeries and a varied selection of fine cheeses as well as preservative-free juices and soups.
The Local Taco is the newest fast casual Mexican joint in the area. Visitors can enjoy lunch or dinner while sipping on one of their famous margaritas out on the newly expanded patio.