Neighborhood Overview: Maury County

Maury County Known as the ‘Antebellum Homes Capital of Tennessee,’ Maury County cherishes its past while looking forward to the future. The area offers a variety of housing choices, from townhomes and condos to single-family homes. For outdoor sports enthusiasts, recreational activities abound, including hiking, canoeing, spelunking, biking and horseback riding. COLUMBIABirthplace of 11th U.S. President James K. Polk and …

Neighborhood Overview: Williamson County

Williamson County Williamson County is rich with history and provides a mix of urban amenities and rural character. Its high standard of living, recreational optionss, shopping and top-rated schools have helped make it Tennessee’s fourth fastest-growing county. BRENTWOODOne of Nashville’s most affluent suburbs, Brentwood attracts families and young professionals seeking a high quality of life, public parks, a top-notch education …

Neighborhood Overview: Sumner County

Sumner County Centrally located 25 miles northeast of Nashville, Sumner County is the sixth fastest-growing county in Tennessee. It offers affordable housing and abundant recreational opportunities. GALLATINGallatin’s casual lifestyle is part of its charm. Antique collectors, history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts all find their place in Gallatin. • Home to Volunteer State Community College, the largest two-year college in Tennessee• 19th-century buildings …

Neighborhood Overview: Rutherford County

Rutherford County The fastest-growing county in Middle Tennessee, Rutherford County offers a superior quality of life that combines the benefits of small-town living with the amenities of a major metropolitan area. The county has a rich history and strong legacy. The settlement of Rutherford County dates back to the end of the Revolutionary War, and the county is also the …

Neighborhood Overview: Robertson County

Robertson County Robertson County, located 28 miles from Nashville, is a hybrid of rural and suburban areas. The county was named for James Robertson, founder of Nashville and a state senator. SPRINGFIELDSpringfield serves as the county seat of Robertson County, known for its tobacco, wheat, corn and hay production. • Springfield Historic Preservation District is a walkable residential area comprised of …

Neighborhood Overview: Montgomery County

Montgomery County Montgomery County is a thriving community located 47 miles northwest of Nashville. Amenities include an affordable cost of living with multiple housing choices, ranging from condos and apartments to family homes. Clarksville, the county seat, is home to Austin Peay State University and the Fort Campbell military base. CLARKSVILLEClarksville is the ninth fastest-growing city in the nation (U.S. …

Neighborhood Overview: Dickson County

Dickson County Dickson County is a regional hub for shopping, medical services, education and jobs. Located 30 miles west of Nashville, Dickson County is a natural place for businesses to thrive and people to call home. DICKSONDickson hosts the main business district in Dickson County and attracts families seeking a good quality of life, education and a more rural lifestyle. …

Neighborhood Overview: Davidson County

Davidson County Formed in 1783, Davidson County is the oldest county in Middle Tennessee. In 1963, the Nashville and Davidson County governments merged, forming the first combined metropolitan government in the nation. Nashville/Davidson County is home to two professional sports teams; professional ballet, symphony and opera companies; several museums and art galleries; the oldest professional children’s theatre in the U.S.; …

Neighborhood Overview: Cheatham County

Cheatham County Cheatham County offers breathtaking landscapes and a rich heritage. Cheatham Wildlife Management Area offers 20,000 acres of a variety of outdoor recreation, including hunting, archery, horseback riding trails, and birdwatching. Cheatham County is conveniently located on Interstate 24, just 20 minutes from Clarksville and 20 minutes from Nashville, and it also is located only 20 minutes from Nashville …