Surrounded by the beautiful rolling hills that Middle Tennessee is famous for, Franklin is a wonderful place to live.
Spring Hill, TN
Spring Hill is one of the most rapidly growing cities in Middle Tennessee, and for good reason.
When you think of Nashville, the Downtown area is likely what comes to mind. Capital buildings, historic landmarks and music venues along with the honky-tonk bars that line Broadway.
Located just 11 miles south of Nashville, Brentwood is a community of residents who understand the true meaning of Southern hospitality.
Did you know that Columbia was home to the Mule Day Festival? Every year this close-knit and friendly community comes to celebrate their notoriety at the “Mule Capitol of the world!”
One of Middle Tennessee’s best kept secrets, Fairview is home to some of Williamson County’s most affordable homes!
Aptly named after the Revolutionary War hero Colonel Hardy Murfree, the town of Murfreesboro sits only a few miles southeast of Nashville and boasts the title of “the first capital of the State of Tennessee.”
To some people, Nolensville is just a wide spot in the road named after it’s founder, Williams Nolen, a war veteran.
Thompson’s Station, TN
Finding countryside and convenience in the same community is not always easy, but in Thompson’s Station you can get both!