Charming, historic Sylvan Park was Music City’s best-kept secret before a horde of young professionals and retirees got their creative hands on it. The homes of this close-knit West Nashville community have been carefully restored and landscaped into shape. A bagel shop, a coffeehouse, new restaurants and an art gallery have taken their places among its one-block commercial strip. Prominent on its tree-lined street blocks are 1910 to 1940’s frame and brick bungalows. Also prevalent are 1900-1915 Princess Anne cottages, small brick cottages with Tudor and Deco influences, and large, handsome Queen Anne homes. Golfers find haven at McCabe Park and McCabe Pub across the street is a local hot spot.