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Homes for Sale in Gallatin, TN
With more than 200 years of rich history, Gallatin, TN is a spectacular place to live. The seventh president of the United States, Andrew Jackson, was one of the first to purchase land in town, which is the county seat of Sumner County. Gallatin played a pivotal role during the Civil War because of its railroad and its location on the Cumberland River.
As one of the fastest-growing communities in the state, this picturesque city is home to several Fortune 500 companies, including Gap, Inc., RR Donnelly, Beretta and Servpro Industries.
Gallatin, TN Real Estate
The Gallatin, TN real estate market is always buzzing. You’ll find beautifully spacious homes with wide-open floor plans, cozy houses that may be a perfect fit for your lifestyle, and newly built neighborhoods with custom homes tailored to buyers’ needs.
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Schools in Gallatin
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Things to Do in Gallatin, TN
Because Gallatin is a quickly growing city, there’s always something to do. From world-class restaurants to charming museums and unbelievable shopping experiences, you’ll always have something to do here. The downtown area is extremely popular for residents and visitors, and it’s home to seasonal festivities, a fabulous theatre, a wonderful farmers’ market and so much more.
Locals love dining in Gallatin. From Lime Deli to the locally acclaimed Top Hog BBQ, there are dozens of fabulous eateries in and around the city. Try the Foxland Southern Grill, The Chocolate Covered Strawberry (one of the state’s most popular tea rooms) and Swaney Swift’s on the Square for authentic dining experiences you’ll never forget.
From the Shops of Village Green, a strip mall teeming with shops, to locally owned grocers, convenience stores and other stores, you’ll find everything you need right in town. We have antiques, specialty boutiques and a number of apparel retailers in the downtown area, which is known for its revitalized historic core.
There’s never a dull moment in Gallatin. The Sumner County Museum, which is an excellent resource on local and national history, is located right on Main Street.
The Main Street Festival, the Gallatin Farmers’ Market and holiday celebrations lend a community feel to this special city, making it one of the most desirable places to live in Middle Tennessee.
Gallatin Parks and Recreation
The city of Gallatin operates and maintains five beautiful parks, complete with scenic trails for hiking and biking, picnic tables and fishing hotspots. The parks boast handicap-accessible fishing piers, model airplane landing strips and a number of other amenities that make each of them special.
The parks in Gallatin include:
- Lock 4
- Municipal Park
- Triple Creek
Commute Times from Gallatin
Gallatin is conveniently located off Highway 31 East, making commuting to nearby cities easy.
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