Commercially, Historic Edgefield is home to several churches, schools and related businesses, local restaurants and bars, grocery and convenience stores, a recreation center, and a bed and breakfast. Residentially, this neighborhood has a few apartment complexes, but is mostly composed of standalone, single family homes built in a variety of design styles.
Nashville itself is largely known for being the home to country music and many other music industry businesses, but also has professional sports teams, universities, a thriving food and brewery scene, and historic landmarks.
Additionally, Historic Edgefield is a mostly flat neighborhood, so you and your pup shouldn't have to overcome any majorly steep or strenuous hills.
The boundaries of Historic Edgefield include Main Street to the northwest, South 10th Street to the east, Sylvan Street to the south, and South 4th Street to the west. Woodland Street is home to many of the local businesses in this neighborhood and may have heavier or speedier traffic than surrounding streets.
Thankfully, there are a few other greenways within walking distance of Historic Edgefield. A rather hilly greenway, Kirkpatrick Park, is on the southern border of the neighborhood and is home to a playground and a few sports facilities.
Frederick Douglass Park, a rather large greenway, is only a few blocks to the north of this neighborhood. This park is located next to a local middle school, so it likely will be populated with local students. This park has a playground, some baseball fields, and lots of space for your pup to explore while out walking!