An eclectic cluster of subneighhborhoods and architectural styles, Inglewood offers everything from 1930s stone Tudors, ranches, log cabins, Victorian mansions, and bungalows. Belle Meaders of old summered here, willing to “rough it” enough to trudge through cow pastures to reach their riverfront properties. All around are majestic views of the river, Shelby Park, and even Opryland Hotel. Dubbed by owners “the steal of the century,” Riverwood contains properties from the 1920s and 30s. It is the site of Riverwood Mansion, built by James Porter in 1799. Nearby Brush Hill is slightly more upscale, offering large lots and backyards with all the wide-open spaces an East Nashvillian can handle. Like its neighbors, the Shelby Golf Courseand Shelby Village pockets are full of quiet little architectural surprises. Nestled in a valley is Little Hollywood, a collection of unique Spanish style houses bordered by woodlands. But the area’s real oasis is the Shelby Bottoms Greenway, a unique green space along the river.