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Lebanon TN is a city in Wilson County that is located along Interstate 40 about 25 miles east of Nashville.  Roughly 26,000 people call Lebanon home and this is the county seat for Wilson County.

This city is unique for many reasons.  The city is thought of as a hub for regional banks with at least three local financial institutions having corporate headquarters here.  Another interesting fact about Lebanon is that Cracker Barrel was founded here in 1969.

Lebanon sets the stage for the much anticipated annual Wilson County Fair.  The Fair has received stellar reviews and is even considered the best County Fair in the state of Tennessee by certain trade magazines.  If you like racing, the Nashville Superspeedway is located outside of Lebanon and provides entertainment for the whole family.

Lebanon is sometimes called “Cedar City” because there are dense forests of cedar trees in the area.  Locals enjoy the beauty of the cedar trees by going to the Cedars of Lebanon State Park. The park features 900 acres of space dedicated to recreational fun, plus another 8,100 acres of natural forest area.  This state park offers cabins and campsites, a nature center, a group lodge, hiking trails, horseback riding, picnic facilities, swimming, and a variety of other activities such as horseshoes, volleyball, disc golf, and more.

Education is highly valued by the citizens of Lebanon.  The school system here received a 9 out of 10 score at Great Schools and has earned the reputation of providing a high quality education for the city’s youngsters.  Parent reviews have consistently been high as well.  With a great educational foundation, older students can attend Cumberland University which is a four year Liberal Arts College located in Lebanon. Cumberland University is a well-respected school that has produced over eighty Congressmen and Senators.

The housing market in Lebanon is gaining strength and popularity.  The median sales price for a home in Lebanon is up just over 11% since last year and signs are pointing towards continued growth.   The population has grown 30% in the last decade, and with improving real estate conditions, Lebanon is poised to be a great place to live.

 

If you’re going to buy or sell a home in Lebanon, Tennessee in the next few months, try a FREE Market watch subscription and get updates of all the homes that come on the Lebanon real estate market in any price range and area you choose by emailing Lebanon Real Estate Agent Monte Mohr at MonteMohr@yahoo.com.  Or call Lebanon Realtor Monte Mohr at (615) 300 – 8393.

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