Elliott Row Homes
Designed by native Nashvillian Manuel Zeitlin, with an architectural nod to the façade and brick detail of the Elliott School, the stone window ledges and window lines follow the original building’s purpose to maximize space and light. A modern interpretation of the school’s 20th century design provides for elegant living spaces within the historic envelope of both building and neighborhood.
Germantown, so named because of the influx of German immigrants in the mid nineteenth century, was Nashville’s first suburb, a “walk-to-town” neighborhood that remains a desired location for those who wish to walk more than drive. Today, Germantown offers multiple living options, from apartments to condos to townhomes and detached single family residences. Easy proximity to Nashville Farmer’s Market, First Tennessee State Museum, and quick access to the interstate make Germantown one of Nashville’s most desirable places to live.
Located in Nashville’s distinctive Germantown neighborhood, occupying the area bounded by Jefferson Street, 6th and 7th Avenues, and Madison Street. Elliott Germantown includes the residential conversion and preservation of the Elliott School, as well as townhomes, with the view of the Tennessee State Capitol Building, Bicentennial Mall, and Downtown Nashville Skylines.