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Williamson County, has much to offer in terms of finding a home that will provide you with comfort, convenience and an exceptional quality of living. Currently Williamson County TN Real Estate in booming. From the gated all-brick communities and southern style Tennessee homes, to the more affordable vinyl homes in wonderful new family subdivisions.

The real estate in Williamson County, Tennessee boasts diversity while maintaining the constant attribute of being one of the sought after places to live in Tennessee. Located just a short drive south of Nashville, each city in Williamson County holds, history, top schools, and a friendly atmosphere.

Williamson County has six different cities within its boundaries as well as many wonderful communities, each unique in their own way.

Bethesda Tennessee is a small community that was formed in the early 1800’s along Rutherford Creek.

Brentwood Tennessee has become known for being some of the most luxurious real estate in the state of Tennessee. It becomes obvious why Brentwood TN subdivisions are so highly sought after by those with discerning taste. Brentwood is located in Williamson County just north of Franklin. The population of Brentwood is around 37 thousand. Besides being recognized as one of the most affluent cities in TN, it also offers recreational amenities. Brentwood is conveniently located for easy access to the many shopping options in Cool Spring and Downtown Nashville. If you have kids that are still in school, you will be happy to know that the Williamson County Schools are the highest achieving district in the state according to preliminary data from the 2011 TCAP test.

College Grove Tennessee The village of College Grove is known for it’s maintained historical buildings. Today, the village has historical buildings, such as The Bank of College Grove and The College Grove Methodist Church, which are both listed on the National Register of Historical Places.

Cool Springs Tennessee Although not an incorporated city, Cool Springs has become very well known for its shopping and dinning. Cool Springs is a luxurious community that grew around the Cool Springs Mall and other shopping amenities. The real estate market here is one of the most stable in Tennessee. The majority of the unincorporated city of Cool Springs can be found in Franklin but a portion of Cool Springs is found in Brentwood as well. Cool Springs has grown so much lately with its new car dealerships, dinning options, and office buildings, that most of the residents seem to consider it, its own city. The area keeps growing and it has become very obvious why so many businesses like to relocate to Cool Springs. An example is the fact that in 2008 Nissan moved their headquarters to Cool Springs. The homes for sale in Cool Springs TN area are highly sought after and start at around $360,000 and go up.

Fairview Tennessee is known for it’s award-winning schools and the state’s largest city managed parks, Bowie Nature Park. Fairview High School is listed as one of the top 1000 High Schools in the country according to Newsweek magazine. Learn more about Fairview when you click on the link.

Franklin Tennessee Some of the most dramatic battles of the Civil War took Place in Franklin and the rich history attracts visitors from all over the country because of these important historic locations throughout Franklin. At the same time there is still plenty of new growth. Now the housing market was changed all over the world just a few short years ago. And if your new to Franklin TN and just starting to look at the houses for sale in Williamson County; then Franklin is a great area to consider.

Leipers Fork Tennessee Leipers Fork is known for its location on Natchez Trace (a historical path that extends 440 miles from Natchez Mississippi to Nashville Tennessee). The village’s location on this trail has made it very accessible and contributed to it’s growth back in the 1790’s when it was first settled on.

Nolensville Tennessee Nolensville Real Estate is a great place to consider if your are looking through the homes for sale in the surrounding areas like Brentwood, Nashville or Franklin. Nolensville prides itself on having a highly educated population with a rich history and strong family values. I want to encourage you to take the time and see what Nolenville is about. The area really does live up to its reputation.

Spring Hill Tennessee With the low property taxes, mild climate thriving commercial district, family focused community and the fact that 1-65 commuting to Nashville has never been easier; Spring Hill TN has become one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. If you have a young family this might be the perfect place for you.

Thompson’s Station Tennessee The Real Estate in Thompsons Station Tennessee can be found about 25 miles south of Nashville. When describing the area most people talk about the rolling hills, the picturesque pasture. What it as obvious until you experience it for yourself is the inviting community at Thompson’s Station. The quite family focused environment and convivial atmosphere is so different than the busy city lifestyle.

 

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    Thompson’s Station Mayor, Corey Napier, on the Future of Real Estate and the Area

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