Straddling 37210 and 37211 are the quaint Flatrock communities of Woodbine and Glencliff. They are perfect for first-time buyers who want to stay urban on a budget. This is where I purchased my first place and it’s still a solid rental investment. Featuring mainly post-WWII cottages from the 1940’s & 1950’s, these small homes are architecturally charming and incredibly close to town. Woodbine also offers some of Nashville’s last affordable Victorian and craftsman era homes. The location offers direct proximity to I-24 & I-440 plus very easy access to I-65 and I-40. Vandy’s 100 Oaks is nearby and so many students are now calling this area home that I’ve even heard it referenced as “Vanybine”. Developers are also taking a keen interest in the area and urban infill replicas can be seen on almost every street.