Along Wedgewood Avenue is Waverly Place Historic District, a 19th century suburban subdivision. Tracing the rolling terrain, Waverly Place’s curving roads wind their way between 8th and 10th Avenues and extend to Bradford Avenue. Bungalows and Tudors share space with a variety of frame homes, brick cottages, Princess Annes and American Foursquares, dating from 1890 to 1930. Farther east is Woodland-in-Waverly, an old streetcar suburb in the midst of Nashville’s antique hub. One of only two locally zoned historic preservation districts, these 1890-1920 homes include Queen Annes, Princess Annes, Craftsmans, English Tudor Revivals, American Foursquaresand bungalows.