All About Thompson’s Station

Welcome to Thompson’s Station! If you’re looking for a rural atmosphere with all the convenience of living in a major metropolitan area, this is a great place to put down roots and raise your family. Thompson’s Station is rich with history—the first settlers arrived in the town in the late 18th century, and it was the setting of a major Civil War battle in March 1863. To this day, several locations in Thompson’s Station are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, including the Jacob Critz House, Thompson’s Station Bank, and Homestead Manor.

As of 2019, Thompson’s Station had a population of around 5,500, indicating a growth in population of over 400% since 2000! The median household income is just over $100,000, well above the Tennessee average. Any home you buy is sure to give you a return on your investment—the estimated median home value was over $450,000 in 2019, up from just $175,400 in 2000. At the same time, Thompson’s Station has a lower cost of living than the national average, making it an ideal place to raise a family.

Thompson’s Station has excellent public schools, including Independence High School, Legacy Middle School, Heritage Elementary School, and Thompson’s Station’s Elementary School. You’ll have access to lovely parks and outdoor areas like Sarah Benson Park, Heritage Park, and Preservation Park.

Downtown Nashville is only a 30 minute drive away, but if you don’t want to venture out that far, enjoy an even shorter trip to Spring Hill, Brentwood, or Franklin. Thompson’s Station boasts great restaurants in its own right—head to Circa for Cajun food, Grecian Family Restaurant and Bar for Greek classics, and Acapulco Mexican Grill for tacos and margaritas.

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