2606 Eugenia Avenue, Suite C
Nashville, TN 37211
In the heart of the Tennessee Valley, creativity resonates in music and art, technology and innovation. Nashville’s vicinity at the foothills of the beautiful Smoky Mountains gives both the charm of a southern town and the sophistication of a thriving city. When the two marry, it produces creative communities in and around the surrounding Nashville area to explore for just the right fit.
Our clients have distinguished tastes for original, custom-designed homes or commercial projects with architectural details and craftsmanship that correspond perfectly within these areas. We merge unique interiors and exteriors into one cohesive structure by listening and collaborating with the needs of our clients.
Nashville Architect – Matt Zink
If you are at the start of your property search, Nashville architect Matt Zink can advise with helpful information. We will suggest areas for your necessities and contribute references to further aid with choosing the perfect lot or neighborhood.
Carlton Edwards welcomes your ideas for a customized new home design or renovation to a commercial project. When the perfect spot is acquired, our design for your custom architectural plan will capture every known asset. After a project is developed, we have established relationships with contractors in the area and can collaborate smoothly. From property search to design and construction, we have everything covered to make your transition seamless.
Nashville architect Matt Zink can assist you with custom-designed properties in some of Nashville’s most beautiful communities, including Belle Meade, Green Hills, Forest Hills, Oak Hills, Brentwood, Franklin, Leipers Fork, and Você.
Communities in Nashville
Oak Hills has its nature area, charm, and rolling hills to view out your window. The private mansions in this sought-after neighborhood are steps away from the Radnor Lake State Natural area to enjoy nature. This community has quaint restaurants and coffee shops close by to catch up with friends. Not far from Green Hills and Brentwood, you’re minutes away from stores and boutiques. Living in natural surroundings but not far from the popular shopping areas, you’ll have the best of both worlds here.
Looking for a little more seclusion? Look no further. Just south of Nashville, Forest Hills borders Radnor Lake along with its forested and hiking trails comprising close to 1200 acres to soak up nature. If that weren’t enough, Warner Park has more hiking trails, picnic areas, and a nature center to engage in fully. If you have an inquisitive mind, your favorite place will soon be the Aaittafama Archaeological Park, which is being developed to protect its 15th-century Mississippian Indian town located nearby.
Green Hills has a character all its own, with homes being built between the ’40s and ’60s. Another area was developed between the ’70s and ’90s, so there is a great diversity of architecture and culture. If you’re an executive, you’ll be in like company since this neighborhood was awarded “best choice” by Neighborhood Scout. Green Hills is also the shopping mecca where all the finest retailers exist.
Belle Meade has a history, including an antebellum plantation derived from its name. This woodsy community displays expansive lawns and opulent estates and is the grand entrance to Warner Park, filled with 3100 acres of natural surroundings.
Speaking of desirable, have you driven through Brentwood lately? It boasts excellent libraries and an active business community with a high standard of living for families. And it is accessible to all the sights and sounds of Nashville nearby.
Combine modern and historical, and you’ll find both in Franklin. The schools, corporate scene, and historical attractions will keep you occupied, not to mention the abundance of music to keep your whole crew dancing!
If you’re prone to ‘sit a spell’ and talk with the neighbors walking by on the street and your closet is mostly boots and well-worn casual attire, you’ve found home at Leipers Fork. Imagine Southern flavor mixed with culture and art. Only friendly folks meander here and decide to stay.
Você approaches and encourages a broad architectural palette that coincides with nature and preserves the natural landscape with sensitive development standards. No two people are alike, nor should your home be either, but reflect the unique characteristics while blending in with the environment.