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Nashville Native here.
You can PM me too with specific questions.
I love Nashville. There are other cities across the US I would enjoy living in but Nashville is full of really awesome people. It is easy to make friends and there are neighborhoods full of community spirit. There are so many creative people here too; there is always something going on.
I've lived in the Hillsboro West End Neighborhood for years and I would highly recommend it (Eakin Elementary behind my apt is awesome!) but most of the houses in the area are ~$600,000++. Rent can be better depending on your landlord. There are lots of cool neighborhoods in Nashville though. I like being close to the action or in the country no in-between for me, though my family and in-laws live in suburban kinds of areas so I know about them too. I was also a substitute for a little bit so I know about some of the schools in Nashville.
Practically everyone who moves here seems to like it, even if the move turns out to be temp.
carpntrgrl:Where do you live in CT? I live in the New Haven area. I spent a few months living in Crossville, about an hour away from Nashville. I hear that town is awesome, and the weather is really nice. The whole state smells good.
We live in a Danbury suburb, but I worked in New Haven for a few months before I transferred up here!
marshmallows:Also there is a big difference in schools amongst the different counties.
That is one of our biggest concerns. Any recommendations on the best schools?