To some people, Nolensville is just a wide spot in the road named after it’s founder, Williams Nolen, a war veteran. But for the residents of Nolensville, this is one of the best kept secrets in Williamson County!
With the historic Nolen house as a central part of it’s landscape, Nolensville is also home to the Nolensville Mill Company, The Nolensville Co-Op Creamery and the Waller Funeral Home, all which serve as local antique stores and even a veterinary clinic.
Since 1996, Nolensville has seen a sustained growth necessitating the need for new home developments all over town and still boasts some of the lowest property tax rates in Williamson County.
While single family homes dot the landscape, developers are continuing to strive to build homes and townhouses to accommodate attainable housing for homeowners of all kinds. And the newly built town hall and numerous business plazas, restaurants and schools are further evidence of the growth that Nolensville has seen over the last few years.
The beautiful green fields and wide open spaces provide Nolensville residents with a pace of life that is a little slower and local parks are always a great place to find a group of youth playing baseball, football or a fun day of soccer. And don’t worry, there’s great stuff for the grown ups too! Just a short drive south to neighboring Arrington, TN the Arrington Vineyards await your blanket and picnic basket as you sip a glass of wine and watch the amazing Tennessee sunset.
Commuting from Nolensville to:
• Franklin: 13.6 miles
• Thompson’s Station: 23.5 miles
• Spring Hill: 27.1 miles
• Nashville: 19.2 miles