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Green Hills is one of the largest neighborhoods in Nashville, Tennessee, also known as Music City, U.S.A. Located five miles south of downtown Nashville, Green Hills is largely a residential community. Here, homes range from rather grand, unique homes with expansive yards to more mid-sized dwellings. There are also a few condo and apartment complexes throughout the neighborhood. 

Green Hills is also home to one of the more popular shopping locations in the greater Nashville area. Along Hillsboro Pike, a major roadway that runs from north to south through the neighborhood, there are several major shopping complexes, including the Mall at Green Hills, home to upscale brands, eateries, and a movie theater. These shopping complexes have both local and chain restaurants, grocery stores, banks, gas stations, and salons. Additionally, Green Hills is home to the famous Bluebird Cafe, a cafe that frequently features local singer-songwriters, was featured on the hit-TV show Nashville, and was where Taylor Swift was discovered when she was 14-years-old.
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Green Hills is such a large neighborhood that your walk could really vary depending on where in the neighborhood you are located! While some of the residential areas have well-maintained sidewalks, most do not. Unfortunately, this means you and your pup will frequently be sharing the roadways with vehicles, cyclists, and any other local pedestrians and pups. When in this situation, you should always remain cautious of your surroundings, but particularly at nighttime.  

As the neighborhood's name implies, Green Hills is a rather hilly neighborhood. Again, depending on your location, you and your pup may experience some significant hills with rather steep inclines. Make sure you are prepared for this little extra exercise or try to research walking routes that avoid the larger hills. 

The boundaries of Green Hills include Four-Forty Parkway and West End Avenue to the north, General Bate Drive to the east, Harding Place to the south, and Lynwood Boulevard to the west.

Greenways in Green Hills
Neighborhoods in Nashville have an average of:
25 Greenways
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For such a large neighborhood, Green Hills does have a handful of public parks for you and your pup to explore! The largest local greenway is Green Hills Park, which is located in the southeast corner of the neighborhood. This 12-acre park is home to a free little library, a walking path, benches, and some play areas. Additionally, this park hosts an annual community festival!

Additional parks located in Green Hills include the Battle of Nashville Monument Park, Sally Beaman Park, Elmington Park, and Woodmont Park. Nashville is typically a dog-friendly city, but it is, unfortunately, lacking in dog parks. There are a few in the downtown area, but they are rare in the more suburban neighborhoods. Thankfully, the nearest dog park to Green Hills is only three miles to the north and is located in the famous and well-visited Centennial Park. 

Additionally, there are few greenways largely comprised of sports facilities near some of the local schools, however, these are traditionally not pup-friendly. 

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