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A neo-traditional townhouse collection in the heart of Nashville & Hillsboro/West End

With an unrivaled location only minutes from Green Hills, West End, Hillsboro Village, and Vanderbilt, Montgomery Square offers a limited collection of luxury townhouses offering the perfect mix of traditional architecture and modern amenities for the discerning buyer.  

These classically-styled townhouses offer three levels of living space complemented with two car garages, rooftop decks, and westward views of the sunset over the hills of west Nashville.  With architecture by Quirk Designs and interior design by Jason Arnold Interiors, this special project offers a mix of design, location, and uniqueness that is simply not available elsewhere in Nashville.  From the $600,000s.



& Interiors

Design isn't just the details.  Design is what makes a house a home, what takes four walls and a roof and turns it into a place of purpose and feeling.  The concept for Montgomery Square was design-led from day one, and informed every decision along the way.  

Modern-meets-traditional architecture by Quirk Designs, a neighborhood firm, sets the stage.  Stepping inside reveals three levels of refined yet comfortable interiors, as designed by Jason Arnold Interiors, whose work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, and One Kings Lane.  Together, these elements create a design-rich environment unlike any other in Nashville--traditional yet modern, private yet urban, high-style yet comfortable.  Let Montgomery Square set the stage for your next chapter.

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An unrivaled Location

The heart of Nashville


Montomgery Square is conveniently located in the leafy, historic neighborhood of Hillsboro/West End.  While tucked away in this quiet neighborhood, Montgomery Square is only minutes to the West End corridor, Hillsboro Village, Vanderbilt, and Green Hills.  A short walk can take you to nearby grocery stores, restaurants, coffee shops, and late night venues, while a few turns can have you on Interstate 440 and off to anywhere in Nashville.

During the Battle of Nashville in the Civil War, this overlook was known as Montgomery Hill, and hence the jumping off point for our name.