Belmont-Waverly, also known as Sunnyside, extends east from Belmont Blvd. to 9th Avenue South and from Gale Lane north to Bradford Avenue. The neighborhood is demarcated by 12th South, a commercial hub revamped with pedestrian-friendly walkways and decorative benches. A couple local favorites are Mafiaoza’s, a great pizza and beer place, and Frothy Monkey, a coffeehouse that doubles as a Wi-Fi hotspot. This diverse neighborhood is centered in Sevier Park, the site of antebellum Sunnyside Mansion. Nearby is Peace Monument Park, a green space housing the recently rededicated Battle of Nashville monument. Rambling Queen Annes and American Foursquares punctuate the streetscape, as do spacious 1900-1915 cottages, smaller 1920-1940 Tudor cottages and bungalows, and a few early 20th-century shotgun cottages and Dutch Colonial houses. Its location offers easy access to downtown, the Melrose commercial district, Green Hills and local universities.