Central Gardens (Memphis, TN)
By John Sylvester
(Keller Williams)
Central Gardens real estate in Memphis Not only will the homes for sale in Central Gardens in Memphis, TN impress you, the area surrounding the neighborhood will give you access to everything you need for entertainment and recreation. Restaurants and shops line the streets outside Central Gardens; Envy Chic Couture Botique and Printer’s Alley Bar and Grill are just two of the many that are within a mile of the neighborhood. There is also Hattiloo Theater and Woodruff –Fontaine House Museum for days and nights of entertainment. And when it comes to enjoying the outdoors, Crump Stadium and Williamson Park are just around the corner with acres of green space for recreation and leisure. Plus, with the Martin Luther King Jr. Popluar neighborhoods in Central Gardens are Cooper Young, Annesdal...
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By Joe Spake, Midtown, Downtown, East Memphis Specialist
(InCity Realty)
If you are looking for history, a wide variety of architectural styles, and wide range of prices, Central Gardens is one of Midtown Memphis' prime neighborhoods. Due to the area's close proximity to Downtown, prominent Memphians began to move to the area in the middle 19th century, with development beginning in the early 20th century.  Most homes in this district were completed before the end of the 1920s.Bounded by Union Avenue on the North, Central Ave/York Ave. on the South, Cleveland Street on the West and Rembert Street on the East, the neighborhood offers convenience to all parts of Downtown and the central city.Archtectural styles include Mission, Italianate, Four Square, Bungalow, Victorian, Shingle, Craftsman, Colonial, Georgian Revival, and Neo-Claissical Revival - or a combin...
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