Sheffield on the Harpeth

Sheffield on the Harpeth, established in 1986, is a neighborhood of 236 homes west of Nashville in the Bellevue area along the Harpeth River. Built in the 1990's, the homes are a mix of single and two stories and range from about 2100 - 3600 sq. ft.

Our community is a well established, much loved diverse collection of single family households that includes singles, growing families, families with grown children, multi-generational and retirees.

Some of the Amenities at Sheffield on the Harpeth

Lake and Fountain

The scenic lake has a lit fountain and is surrounded by a paved trail with benches.


A playground complete with slides, swings, monkey bars, a see-saw and some baby swings for the smallest Sheffield residents. There are also a couple of benches where you can relax and watch the kids.

Swimming Pool

In a secluded area overlooking the lake, the pool is open from Memorial Day weekend through a week or two after Labor Day. There is also a baby pool for the youngest residents.

Tennis Courts

Two standard sized lighted tennis courts.

Beach Volleyball

A beach volleyball court.


A well-maintained outdoor lighted basketball court with two goals.


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Sheffield on the Harpeth is located about 10 miles west of Nashville in Davidson County in the Bellevue area. We are along the Harpeth river and have easy access to I-40, Highways 70 and 100 and the Natchez Trace Parkway.

Property Map

Message From the President of the Board

Sheffield Neighbors:

Hello! My name is Tony Gaughan and I am proud to be serving you as your Board President. I’ve been a resident of Sheffield on the Harpeth for over 25 years and have seen it grow and change and I’m excited to help make your experience as a part of our neighborhood one that is memorable, inclusive, and fun!

I am a Chicago native and while I was reluctant to relocate to Nashville, my wife Cindy and I were excited to move to a warmer climate and a growing city. Along with our two girls, we have been proud members of this community since 1993.

We have a very active Homeowners Association Board that believes in preserving our amenities and creating family friendly environment. Whether you are new to our neighborhood or have been around the block, like us, please know that your voice is always heard and valued. One of my goals as Board President is to increase community involvement. If you have an issue that you are passionate about, please reach out to me or any other Board member at A wide variety of voices bring more ideas to the table. I would love for one of them to be yours!


Tony Gaughan