Homes in Nolensville, Tennessee

Nolensville, Tennessee Real Estate

Many Nolensville real estate opportunities abound in this community of fine southern living. Housing options include large estates on tree-lined streets to secluded estate homes on the countryside's rolling terrain. Three and four-bedroom homes near schools and shopping centers range in price from $300,000 to upwards of $700,000 and are located in various residential subdivisions. Magnificent homes and stately manors range in price from $600,000 to $2 million+ and are usually located in isolated areas of the countryside. Though the selection of townhomes and condos is somewhat more limited than the selection of single-family homes, they can be found in Nolensville from prices as low as $200,000 to as high as $350,000. Historic estate properties are available, as are plots of land for custom building.
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Nolensville Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Tennessee

Located in Williamson County and bordering Nashville, Brentwood and Franklin, the suburb of Nolensville makes for an excellent choice for a new home. Located in the 15th wealthiest county in the nation, Nolensville's many amenities include well-funded and high ranking schools, numerous pristine parks and green spaces, as well as a diversified economy. Just a short drive from Nolensville is Cool Springs, the largest offering of retail and restaurants in the state and office spaces. This shopping mecca continues to grow, accentuating the strong economy of the area.

With a population of roughly 7,500 residents, the city's overall atmosphere is friendly and family-oriented. The people are known for their special brand of Southern hospitality, which makes newcomers feel welcome. Across Williamson County, Nolensville residents are treated to an array of community celebrations. Some of these themed events include carnivals, festivals, arts and crafts shows, parades and outdoor concerts.

Many current and future residents will find that there are an assortment of new home subdivisions, both mature and newly established, to choose from. There are also a variety of homes with access to golf and tennis courts. Rural and farm land is also available within the county. If you are considering a move to the greater Nashville area, look no further than this wonderful city in the rolling hills of Tennessee.

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