Lockeland Springs-East End
Neighborhood Conservation Zoning District
Lockeland Springs-East End is a Neighborhood Conservation Zoning Overlay district. Any new construction including additions, demolitions, or relocation of structures is reviewed by the MHZC prior to beginning the project.
Lockeland Springs-East End became a Neighborhood Conservation Zoning Overlay district in September 1985. The boundary was amended February 2003 and September 2004. The East Edgefield Land Company purchased the area that would become East-End in 1875 and laid out 218 parcels. In 1905, Nashville annexed the Lockeland Springs and East End area to the city.
The area is significant as an intact late 19th and early 20th (1880-1940) century streetcar suburb. Architectural styles include Eastlake, Queen Anne, Classical Revival, and Bungalow. The area contains approximately 1500 properties.