The Enchanted Hills subdivision in North Nashville would like the community’s help in establishing a historical marker to commemorate this neighborhood’s beautiful architecture and rich history!
The marker will read:
Called the “Belle Meade of North Nashville” by local newspapers, the Enchanted Hills subdivision was platted between 1962 and 1989 as one of Nashville’s most prestigious African American neighborhoods. The architect-designed “ultra-modern” houses retain striking Mid-Century Modern and Contemporary architecture. Neighbors fought for decades to preserve this unique neighborhood from development, including a 1986 effort led by council member and future state senator Thelma Harper.
Location: Ashland City Hwy. on the intersection of Drake's Branch
The cost for this marker is $2,754 and will go towards the funding needed for the Metro Historical Commission.
Any monetary donation is helpful!
-Resident of Enchanted Hills