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The picturesque community of Franklin, Tennessee, is a wonderful place to put down your roots. It’s charming, packed with all of the modern conveniences you need, and best of all, the people are nice. Despite its size, this fantastic city hasn’t lost its small-town feel; that’s something that’s hard to find anywhere.
Franklin is the county seat of Williamson County, and it’s packed with historical landmarks, natural beauty and a thriving real estate market. This city has earned several accolades, including:
- “One of America’s Best Places to Live” – CNN
- “Best Small Town” – Southern Living Magazine
- “50 Best Cities for Startups” – Bloomberg Businessweek
- “Best Big Cities for Jobs – 2013” – Forbes Magazine
The city is also rich with culture and full of Southern hospitality, which makes it the perfect place to live.
Homes for Sale in Franklin
Whether you’re searching for a comfortable, established neighborhood or you’d prefer to live in a brand-new subdivision in a custom-built home, you’ll find the right real estate listing in Franklin. Our housing market spans the entire spectrum, from one-bedroom condominiums downtown to expansive ranch-style estates on the outskirts of town. You’ll find farmlands, equestrian properties and so much more in this well-rounded community.
The average home’s selling price in Franklin is about $360,000. However, we have a wide variety of home types, styles and ages in this community; there truly is something for everyone.
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Franklin, TN Schools
In many cases, families can choose whether they’d like their children to attend Williamson County Schools or schools in the Franklin Special School District. Boundaries for the schools can change based on the number of children who attend, but Franklin is home to more than a dozen educational facilities.
There are also several award-winning private schools in and around Franklin.
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Dining and Shopping in Franklin
Franklin has been named one of the “Five Best Places in America to Antique Shop” and has won the “Great American Main Street Award” for good reason. There are five National Register historic districts within city limits, and visiting the quaint downtown area is like taking a step back in time. Beautifully preserved brick walkways and Victorian architecture lend their charm to this pretty town.
The dining in Franklin is exceptional. You’ll find everything from quick grab-a-bite-and-go cafés to five-star culinary delights. The CoolSprings Galleria is a fantastic mall with boutiques, brand-name stores and all of the traditional mall staples: Sears, Macy’s, Dillards and, of course, Starbucks. If you’re strolling down Main Street, you’ll love stopping in the local shops; there are dozens.Click here to see a printable map of some of the most popular Dining & Entertainment venues in Greater Nashville
Franklin’s Best Entertainment
Franklin holds an annual Pumpkinfest that brings everyone out to enjoy the crisp fall weather. During the summer, it’s home to the Main Street Festival, where you’ll be able to purchase eclectic items from street vendors, listen to amazing live music and dine in the open air with family and friends.
If you’re a movie buff, you’ll love the easy access to nearby cinemas. You can also enjoy several pubs, late-night eateries and clubs where you’ll often hear live music by some of Music City’s up-and-coming stars. Even better, Franklin is only a short commute from Nashville, which has one of the country’s most vibrant nightlife scenes.
Parks and Recreation in Franklin
There are more than a dozen parks inside the city of Franklin, and there are miles upon miles of walking, hiking and biking trails as well. The city maintains Freedom Run dog park and the K-9 Korral dog park, where pups of all sizes can get their fair share of exercise and fun.
Franklin Commute Times
Because Franklin is conveniently located right off I-65, just 21.9 miles south of Nashville, it’s less than a 30-minute drive into Music City when there’s no traffic. Commuters to other cities enjoy easy access to I-24, I-440 and I-40 as well. From downtown Franklin, the average off-peak commute times are:
- Brentwood: 19 minutes (9.3 miles)
- Spring Hill: 25 minutes (12.9 miles)
- Murfreesboro: 44 minutes (37.7 miles)
There really is something for everyone in Franklin. If you’re considering moving to one of Tennessee’s most-loved towns, contact us online. We’ll be happy to help you explore your options.