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Known as The City by the Lake, Hendersonville TN is located in Sumner County along Old Hickory Lake.  This community is conveniently situated only 18 miles to the northeast of downtown Nashville and 20 miles from Nashville’s International Airport.  With roughly 51,000 people residing in Hendersonville, it ranks as the tenth largest city in the state.  And, it is growing fast!

There are many things that people find attractive about this town.  Its close proximity to Nashville brings with it numerous advantages including convenient access to the energetic pulse of the city; thing such as live music shows, legendary country music artists, specialty shops, and fine dining.  But in addition to all that Nashville offers, folks have many wonderful things right here in Hendersonville.

This city boasts 26 miles of shoreline on Old Hickory Lake which not only provides a beautiful scenic backdrop for much of the community, but it also provides a venue for countless hours of outdoor recreational fun.  In addition to the lake, there are four community parks: Drakes Creek Park, Veterans Park, Memorial Park, and Sanders Ferry Park.   Together these parks offer the residents of Hendersonville access to football, baseball, soccer, and softball fields, playground equipment, walking, jogging and biking trails, tennis courts, picnic areas, an inline hockey rink, sand volleyball courts, a fishing pier, an 18-hole disc golf course and so much more.

During the next 10 years the local population of Hendersonville is expected to double.  Housing here is still quite affordable which only adds to the attractiveness of this community.  With most single family homes selling for a price around $200,000, there is something for everyone’s budget.  The market here is in recovery after the recent national housing burst, but things steadily increased throughout 2012 and all signs indicate that the growth will continue.

In conjunction with affordable housing, Hendersonville also holds fantastic job opportunities.  The leaders in commerce here are tremendously active and successful at recruiting and retaining new businesses to the area.  Retail and office development has experienced particularly large growth with more than $1 billion of new development approved for future construction.

Hendersonville, which was once a site for the Revolutionary War, has found a way to bridge the gap between past and future.  Over 200 years ago, those who fought for independence received a grant for the very land that is now the first place to introduce charging stations for electric cars.  How fitting that the community’s residents are still looking towards the future, which in this case is clean energy.

If you are looking to move to a spot that provides a high quality of life, you should consider looking at the homes available in Hendersonville.

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