Local Spotlight: Nolensville, Tennessee

Welcome to Nolensville! This cozy town just 22 miles southeast of Nashville is rich in both history and modern-day amenities. The town was established in 1797 by American Revolutionary War hero William Nolen and to this day has a population of just under 6,000 people, creating a close-knit small-town atmosphere. Nolensville was recently rated by Niche as the #1 spot to buy a house in the Nashville area, and it’s easy to see why.

Nolensville is a comfortable and safe suburb, with a population largely made up of well-to-do professionals. The median household income is $110,087, almost double the national average and the median home value is $341,400. Your chance of being a victim of crime in Nolensville is incredibly low; total crime is 36 percent lower than the national average.

Your kids will enjoy access to world-class Williamson County schools, including Nolensville Elementary School, Mill Creek Elementary School, Sunset Elementary School, Sunset Middle School, Middle Creek Middle School and Nolensville High School. Nolensville-educated kids have a high school graduation rate of 95 percent, 14 percent higher than the national average and test scores that are a full 62 percent higher than the national average.

There’s plenty of leisure activities available on the weekends in Nolensville as well. The town boasts an abundance of parks, including the Nolensville Recreation Complex with amenities like a wellness center, gymnasium, dance studio and outdoor pool. If you’re looking for a fun family outing or romantic date night without having to make the drive into Music City, the area offers delicious restaurants like the comfort food-abundant Southern Hospitality Diner, the classic Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint and the fun-packed Tito’s Mexican Restaurant. You definitely don’t want to miss the Nolensville Farmer’s Market open Saturday mornings in April through November!

Looking for your dream home in this idyllic Tennessee town? Give us a call today!