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Quick Facts

Population (2015): 99,999
Zip Codes: 12345
Median Listing Price: $999,000
Median Closing Price: $999,000
County: County Here
School District: Name of School District

Travel & Commute Times

City 1: 25 mins
City 2: 10 mins
City 3: 32 mins

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About Brentwood

Brentwood, Tennessee is a picturesque, friendly community off I-65 about 11 miles south of the heart of Music City. One of the first things visitors notice—aside from the beautiful rolling hills and lush greenery, of course—is that everyone has a smile for newcomers. This charming city is the pinnacle of Southern hospitality, and it shows.

There’s something for everyone in Brentwood. Whether you’re a busy Nashville commuter or you prefer a laid-back lifestyle that revolves around golf, family and friends, there’s a place for you here.

Featured Hot Homes for Sale in Brentwood

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Featured Luxury Homes for Sale in Brentwood

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Brentwood Schools

Brentwood is unique because it falls under two separate school districts: the Williamson County School District and the Nashville-Davidson County School District. There are also many high-quality private schools, including Montessori schools, religious schools and secular institutions.

Brentwood TN Schools

Brentwood Middle Schools

Brentwood High Schools

Williamson County School District Middle Schools

Vanderbilt University is also located in Nashville, which is an easy commute from Brentwood. There are several community colleges and technical schools in and around town, as well.

Dining and Shopping in Brentwood

Brentwood TN Entertainment

There’s something for everyone in Brentwood. From popular lunchtime eateries such as Sal’s Pizza and City Café to five-star dinners at Mere Bulles and the Cross Corner Bar and Grill, you’ll find the perfect places to dine in town.

Shopping in Brentwood is undeniably one of the best experiences you’ll have. There are chain stores, such as REI and Target, as well as quaint little boutiques dotting the downtown streets. You’ll find antique shops, media stores and so much more here.

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Entertainment around Brentwood

Whether you’re flying solo or you’re bringing a large family, there are plenty of opportunities for fun. Aside from the Dyer Observatory, the Brentwood Public Library, and the Deerwood Arboretum and Nature Center, there is always something to do here. If you’re searching for history, you’ll find it at Belle Meade Plantation. Want to play outside? Brentwood is packed with family-friendly city parks.

Movie theaters are all over the area, so you have many choices on date night. We’re also right next to Nashville’s vibrant nightlife, where there are dance clubs, pubs and theaters, which means you’ll find something to do any evening, weekdays or weekends.

Brentwood Parks and Recreation

There are so many ways to enjoy the natural beauty of Middle Tennessee when you’re living in Brentwood. We have:

  • Crockett Park

  • Concord Park
  • Deerwood Arboretum and Nature Center
  • Granny White Park
  • Marcella Vivrette Smith Park
  • Margaret Hayes Powell Park
  • Maryland Way Park
  • Owl Creek Park
  • Primm Park
  • River Park
  • Tower Park
Homes for Sale in Brentwood TN

You’ll also find extensive hiking and biking trail systems in Brentwood where you can immerse yourself in nature, whether you’re by yourself or with others.

Commute Times from Brentwood

Brentwood TN Communte Times

Many commuters choose Brentwood for its proximity to Nashville, but we’re close to other cities, as well. The commute times under light traffic, starting from Brentwood are:

No matter where you are in Brentwood, you’re close to I-65 and I-24. You can head north to catch I-440 around Nashville or go directly west to get on I-40, as well.

Brentwood has an express bus that goes to and from downtown Nashville during the morning and evening rush hours to simplify riders’ commutes; you can work, rest or enjoy your favorite music without battling traffic yourself if you’re so inclined.

Because of its convenient location and its remarkable amenities, Brentwood is the perfect place to be. If you’d like more information about moving to Brentwood, contact us. We’ll be happy to help you find the perfect space for you and your family.

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Nearby Areas

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BENCHMARK REFERRAL

Phone: (615) 371‐1544
Address: 318 Seaboard Ln.,
Ste. 115
Franklin, TN 37067
License #: #261488

COOL SPRINGS – 112

Phone: (615) 371‐1544
Address: 318 Seaboard Ln.,
Ste. 112
Franklin, TN 37067
License #: #263198

COOL SPRINGS – 115

Phone: (615) 371‐1544
Address: 318 Seaboard Ln.,
Ste. 115
Franklin, TN 37067
License #: #259153

HENDERSONVILLE

Phone: (615) 991-4949
Address: 639 E. Main St.,
Ste. A100
Hendersonville, TN 37075
License #: #263567

MIDTOWN

Phone: (615) 432‐2919
Address: 2500 21st Avenue S.,
Ste. 102
Nashville, TN 37212
License #: #262297

MOUNT JULIET

Phone: (615) 288-8292
Address:
75 Industrial Dr.,
Mount Juliet, TN 37122
License #: #263340

MURFREESBORO

Phone: (615) 809‐2323
Address:
630 W. Burton St.,
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
License #: #261865

WEST NASHVILLE

Phone: (615) 510-3006
Address: 7618 HWY 70 S.,
Ste. 102,
Nashville, TN 37221
License #: #264063