Midtown Memphis

Midtown Memphis, Tennessee is comprised of multiple neighborhoods, rich in history and culture, and home to numerous attractions and retailers. Stretching from I-240 to East Parkway, it boasts a number of real estate options, everything from gorgeous older homes to new and luxurious condos and townhouses. “Midtown IS Memphis” is seen on bumper stickers and billboards and residents would argue that it is true. Midtown is home to a number of alluring neighborhoods such as Annesdale Park, Central Gardens, Cooper-Young, Evergreen, Hein Park, Idlewild, Speedway Terrace and Vollintine Hills, all of which are Historic Districts. Midtown also contains the communities of Belleair, Crosstown, Lenox, Rozelle, Tucker-Jefferson, and Vollintine-Evergreen. The schools of Midtown Memphis include Snowden Elementary, Idlewild Elementary, Rozelle Elementary and Peabody Elementary. It is also home to Bellevue and Fairview Middle schools, as well as Central High School. Residents also enjoy multiple private and parochial school options.
Buy a home in Midtown and never find yourself without something to do. Midtown is Memphis’ hub for arts and cultural attractions. In Midtown you will find the Playhouse on the Square, the Hattiloo Theater, and the Brooks Museum of Art. At home in Overton Park, the Brooks Museum of Art is near to the Memphis College of Art and the Memphis Zoo. Also nearby is the Children’s Museum and the University of Memphis. Midtown is also the place to be if you have eclectic culinary tastes. In Midtown you will find the delectable creations of multiple up and coming chefs. When you find yourself hungry in Midtown, simply stop in Restaurant Iris, Sweet Grass, Beauty Shop, Central BBQ or the Trolley Shop and you won’t be disappointed.
Another amenity of Midtown is its spirited nightlife. On any given evening, throughout Midtown you can find live music. The community of Cooper-Young is home to some of the best bars and nightclubs in Midtown, among them are Alchemy, Next Door and Bari. At the intersection of Cooper and Central you will find the antique and design hub of Midtown. In addition to numerous other antique and vintage stores, you will find well known places like Toad Hall, Palladio and Market Central. Midtown is the perfect blend of residential housing, high-rise buildings, and urban amenities which is why you should seriously consider Midtown when looking to buy a home in the Memphis area.


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