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Discover Nashville

Nashville is the place to be in Middle Tennessee. With a population of more than 600,000, this busy city hasn't lost its Southern charm and fabulous community feel. While Nashville has all of the amenities you need, you can quickly escape the hustle and bustle of the city with a short drive on I-65, I-40 or I-24.

Music City is home to many major companies' headquarters, which bring jobs and contribute to the local economy. From AIG and BellSouth to Country Music Television (CMT) and Firestone Tire and Rubber, there are dozens of Fortune 500 companies who call Nashville home.


Homes for Sale in Nashville Tennessee

Nashville is one of the least expensive cities across the U.S., but you don't have to sacrifice quality of life in exchange for the low cost-of-living. High-rise condominiums, townhomes and row houses, and beautiful neighborhoods with established and new construction makes this city a welcoming place for everyone. Some of the most notable neighborhoods in this beautiful city include Abbington Park, Forest Hills, Poplar Creek and Woodmont Estates. There are many amazing homes for sale in Nashville Tennessee.

The average home price in Nashville is about $161,000. Naturally, you'll spend various amounts based on the location, size and style of the home you want to buy. You can start searching homes for sale in Nashville Tennessee using our easy advanced home search, our map search or sign up for our First Alert Property Saver to get notified of the newest homes on the market.

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Nashville Schools

There are dozens of public and private schools in Nashville, and children who live here fall under the Nashville-Davidson School District. Many parents can choose to send their children to charter schools or enhanced option schools, depending on their geographical area & personal preference.

Nashville has 68 public elementary schools, 42 public middle schools and 24 public high schools. The city is also home to prestigious Vanderbilt University (and its medical and law schools), as well as 21 other universities and colleges. Click any of the quick search links below to search homes for sale near your chosen school.


Community Lifestyle

From good, old-fashioned Tennessee barbecue to five-star restaurants operated by the world's most renowned chefs, there's something for every palate in Nashville. The Aquarium Restaurant is a true dining adventure, and Bob's Steak & Chop House is ideal for discerning tastes. Fast food restaurants dot the city streets, and there are many fast, healthy options available, too.

Shopping in Nashville is an unforgettable experience. Whether you're strolling the downtown streets and making your way through quaint boutiques and designer shops or you're enjoying yourself at one of our three mega-malls, you'll be able to find everything you need within a few blocks.

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Entertainment in Nashville

There is always something going on in Nashville. Whether you love visiting one of the city's 22 public libraries for story time, watching the Predators dominate the ice, cheering for the Titans after touchdowns or jumping to catch a pop fly hit by one of the Sounds, you'll never be bored here.

As one of the most well-rounded cities in the country, you'll also find several professionally designed golf courses, country clubs and sports complexes. Nashville's nightlife is one of the most vibrant in the nation, considering it's the one-and-only Music City. Our town boasts 11 movie theaters, dozens of historic sites and street fairs for every occasion.


Nashville Parks and Recreation

Although Nashville is a big, bustling city, we haven't forgotten what it means to connect with nature. The city maintains more than 12,000 acres of open space that includes 108 parks. Many parks are available for pavilion rental, and most feature playground equipment, walking and biking trails, and so much more. Swimming pools and sports complexes are also located throughout the city, as well as tennis courts and other outdoor oases. Nashville also maintains several dog parks where all are welcome.

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Nashville Commute Times

If you're living in Nashville, you can take advantage of the high-quality public transit system. The Nashville MTA has buses operating almost constantly, and you can even use their website to plan a trip.

Because the city is a busy hub for commuters, you may encounter traffic during morning and evening rush hours. However, many cities are so close that you won't spend much time in the car:

  • Brentwood: 16 minutes (10.9 miles)
  • Franklin: 26 minutes (21.9 miles)
  • Hendersonville: 21 minutes (17.6 miles)
  • Mount Juliet: 22 minutes (19.4 miles)
  • Murfreesboro: 36 minutes (33.9 miles)
  • Nolensville: 28 minutes (20.6 miles)
  • Spring Hill: 36 minutes (36.7 miles)
  • Thompson's Station: 32 minutes (31.2 miles)
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