The West Meade mansion was built in 1886 by U.S. Supreme Court Judge Howell Jackson and his wife, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of General William G. Harding, of the Belle Meade mansion.
The West Meade area was originally owned by Mrs. Jackson - a gift from her father. In the early to mid 1950s, the property was subdivided and developed into the West Meade and Hillwood neighborhoods. The houses in West Meade and Hillwood are all unique and individual, having been built at different times by the individual owners. Lots range from 0.5 acres to 6 acres, but the average home in West Meade has just over an acre of land.
If you take a drive through the West Meade neighborhhood, two things will stick out as uniquely pleasant - the quiet and the large trees. Many of the trees were here long before the 50s, and still stand tall. Also, there is a beautiful natural spring creek, complete with waterfalls and rapids, that runs beside Jocelyn Hollow.
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Middle School Tutoring
HG Hill Middle School
Notes from Thom Druffel's Partnership Council Meeting
Sedberry Road Closure Documents
METRO WATER SERVICES INVITES COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS TO OPEN HOUSE
Summary of John Ray Clemmons' talk to the West Meade Neighborhood Association.
The first WMNA Meeting had over 80 in attendance. Here is a summary of what was discussed.