Looking for something outside the hustle and bustle of downtown Nashville, but still close enough to enjoy the perks of the city? We have great news for you! Nashville’s suburb game is strong. Here are three suburbs that should be on your radar as you look for your new Nashville home.
Chosen as the 4th Best Place to Live 2017 by Money, Franklin sits just 15 miles south of Nashville. Named after Benjamin Franklin, this quaint town is one of the oldest in Middle Tennessee and prides itself on its rich history. Historic Downtown Main Street has much to offer in the way of shopping and dining. Stop into Frothy Monkey for a coffee, Puckett’s for a classic southern meal or swing into Philanthropy Fashion, Shuff’s Music Store, or White’s Mercantile for a fun and unique shopping experience.
Love old movies? Or live music? The Historic Franklin Theatre is the heartbeat of Downtown Franklin. The venue first opened its doors in 1937 and is now known for the showing of classic films and it’s live music. Artists such as Jeffrey Steele, Patty Griffin, Lindsey Buckingham and Sheryl Crow have played this very unique and special venue. Click here to view all available listings in Franklin.
2.) Brentwood, Tennessee
Just 10 miles from downtown Nashville, Brentwood is home to some of the Music City’s biggest country stars. Many of these beautiful homes sit atop large acres of land. Residents, as well as visitors, are able to enjoy outdoor activities on Brentwood’s 860 acres of greenways and parks. This suburb’s public schools rate exceptionally high in comparison to the rest of the state and the Brentwood Public Library has been rated one of the 10 Best Children’s Libraries in the country by Livability. Click here to view all the available listings in the Brentwood area.
Not far from both Brentwood and Franklin, Nolensville is another great option for home buyers and may be prove to be a little more affordable. A newer town in Williamson County, with a population of little under 8,000, it is located just 30 minutes from Nashville. This cute suburb is quickly growing with a newly constructed town hall, new restaurants and business plazas. It has become a more popular option for younger families looking to live in Nashville, but who can not afford the higher costs that come with living directly in the city. And as an added bonus, it offers some of the cutest antique shops with some incredible finds! Click here to view all the available listings in the Nolensville area.
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