Nashville Real Estate Trends: Best Suburbs to Call Home

May 13, 2015

Known for its world-class entertainment and medical facilities, Nashville is a thriving city with much to offer. If you want to take advantage of the metropolis, but don’t want to live in the busiest parts of the city, consider looking for Nashville real estate in one of the nearby suburbs. Here are a few of the best.


The city of Franklin is 21 miles south of Nashville and is the seventh-largest city in Tennessee. The city has a beautiful downtown area which hosts several festivals: Main Street Festival, Wine Down Main Street, and Dickens of a Christmas. In fact, Franklin’s historic district was also named one of the top 10 Great Neighborhoods by the American Preservation Association’s Great Places in America. Franklin has a serious side, too, though. It’s known for its quality schools and abundance of offices for successful companies, such as Nissan North America, Verizon, and Mars Petcare US. Community Health Systems and Williamson Medical Center also provide a variety of high level jobs in healthcare. These two sides of Franklin – the thriving culture and thriving economy – combine to make purchasing a home there a great investment.


The city of Brentwood, located half way between Franklin and the bustling city of Nashville, feels like you’re in the middle of the countryside. Many country music stars, corporate executives and health care professionals call the neighborhood home, and likely find both the privacy and prestige of the Brentwood appealing, including top private schools and Universities. The peace and tranquility of the area can best be felt in the Princeton Hills community. It is where you will currently find an exquisite signature estate, encompassing 3 of its own acres and overlooking 700 acres of farmland and rolling Tennessee hills. Plus, in a stroke of luck for savvy buyers, this estate, Pickney Manor, is being offered at a luxury no reserve absolute auction by Supreme Auctions on May 28th. It presents an incredibly rare opportunity to purchase a unique home in a prime location. To learn more about how to name your own price for this distinguished piece of Nashville real estate, contact Supreme Auctions directly at 866-929-2243 or send your inquiries via email.


Named in honor of President Andrew Jackson’s nearby home, Hermitage is a metropolitan area just 10 miles outside of downtown Nashville. It’s considered a small version of an urban sprawl, and is great for buyers who want just a small bite of big city bustle. The Grand Ole Opry and the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center provide residents and tourists alike with plenty to do. There are many options for to buy both newly built and older Nashville real estate, all of which take advantage of the McGavock cluster of schools. The Music City Star provides convenient commuter transportation into the heart of Nashville.

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