Welcome: The Windsor Terrace condominium community is one of Nashville’s best kept secrets. Its 70 homes, built between 1986 and 2000, are surrounded by woods. The unobtrusive brick entrance is set back from the highway, so don’t blink or you’ll miss it! Homes range from 2 bedroom one-level cottages to 2 and 3 bedroom townhomes. All have garages or carports and private patios or porches, and all residents have access to a centrally located pool.
Located in Southwest Nashville, Windsor Terrace is minutes away from neighborhood shopping and dining. The community is west of Belle Meade on Hwy 70 and just east of the intersection of Hwy 70 and Old Hickory Blvd, with easy access to I-40. It is approximately 14 miles from downtown Nashville and its many attractions, including Music City night life.
How has Windsor Terrace escaped being engulfed by development in this fast-growing and convenient area? In June 2008, Friends of Warner Parks announced plans for acquiring, at a cost of $13.25 million, 322 acres of additional land, adding to their 2684 acres of forest, field, equestrian center, and park facilities. This important parcel of land, which includes more than 200 acres of old-growth forest – land that has never been logged and has trees from 200 to 500 years old – borders Windsor Terrace on two of its three non-street perimeters, buffering the community from street noise and enhancing residents’ everyday enjoyment of all the wonders of nature.
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Buyers and agents: Covenants and By-laws are available on this homepage in the library. Other association information for buyers and agents is on the website but must be obtained through the seller of the property.