Belle Meade

French for “Beautiful Meadow” this area south of downtown Nashville is named after the Belle Meade Plantation, the first property in this area in 1807. Today the Belle Mead Historic Site & Winery is this city's top attraction as they host wine tastings, educational tours, and events.  Residential areas are suburban with tree-lined streets and wooded areas. The median annual income of Belle Meade residents is $195,208, which exceeds the median annual income in the U.S. by more than three times. You will see why this are was named after a beautiful meadow at Percy Warner Park, one of the Nashville Area's most popular parks for it's running and biking trails and historic entrance.

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