Situated on 48 beautifully tended acres with lovely views of rolling countryside and rich woodlands, The Heritage at Brentwood is the ideal setting for a senior independent living community. Located adjacent to Brentwood’s 46- acre River Park, 20 minutes from downtown Nashville, and 10 minutes from Historic Franklin, our retirement community offers you easy access to stylish shopping, world-class dining, top golf courses, exceptional cultural and historical venues, and all the entertainment you expect from one of America’s great metropolitan areas.
At The Heritage, you’ll enjoy a complete calendar of cultural, recreational, and social opportunities from concerts and lectures to special events and excursions, all providing you the chance to experience everything our area has to offer while having fun and making new friends.
Shopping and Dining
You’ll find a wide range of unique fine and casual dining spots and an abundance of great shopping opportunities in the greater Nashville area. Antique shops, specialty stores, and boutiques abound. Residents of The Heritage love The Factory at Franklin, an eclectic retail and entertainment complex, and as well as the Cool Springs Galleria, an upscale mall with a variety of stores and restaurants. The Franklin Farmer’s Market offers fresh fruit, produce, and more every Saturday. Wine lovers enjoy visiting the beautiful Arrington Vineyards, a winery co-owned by country music star Kix Brooks.
The Nashville area boasts one of the most vibrant arts and cultural scenes in the country. The Schermerhorn Symphony Center is home to the renowned Nashville Symphony and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center offers a broad range of national touring productions, including dance, theater, and musical performances. The intimate Boiler Room Theatre presents plays inside the old boiler room at The Factory at Franklin. The Frist Center for the Visual Arts offers a variety of art exhibitions and features unique, hands-on, interactive stations. The Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County produces eight series and festivals each year to promote historic preservation. The Brentwood Summer Concert Series presents bands from a variety of genres in City Park under the stars. Of course, Nashville is the home of country music and its “Mother Church” is the Ryman Auditorium, the early home of the Grand Ole Opry®, now an intimate venue for concerts of all kinds.
The Heritage sits adjacent to Brentwood’s River Park with easy access to its walking and biking paths, picnic shelters, and dog park. Residents of The Heritage love the entire Brentwood Trail System which provides hiking and biking paths throughout the city’s parks and greenways as well as around the YMCA, Williamson County Indoor Sports Complex, and the Martin Center. A favorite place to visit is the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art with 55 acres of multiple garden designs.
Active sports enthusiasts at The Heritage love the nearby YMCA, Williamson County Indoor Sports Complex, and the Cheekwood Golf Club. The Adventure Science Center features 44,000 square feet of space with exhibits focusing on biology, physics, air and space, earth science, and more. The Music City Center presents events of all sorts throughout the year. Of course, Nashville is a major league town with the NHL Predators skating at the Bridgestone Arena and the NFL Titans battling at Nissan Stadium. Nashville is also the home to the Oakland A’s-affiliated minor league baseball team, the Nashville Sounds.