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Nolensville, Tennessee has attracted families for generations, not just for its beautiful landscape, but also for its convenient location, inclusion in Williamson County, and its low property tax rates. The storybook town makes you feel far from it all, but is just a few miles from Nashville, Franklin, and Smyrna, making it an easy commute in nearly any direction.

Being in Williamson County means that Nolensville residents have access to some of the best schools in the state. New elementary, middle, and high schools have recently opened, drawing in families looking for high-quality education. Farmhouses dot rolling hills and newer subdivisions with community amenities are scattered throughout the town, giving residents plenty

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The area between Davidson and Williamson counties is home to some of the prettiest communities in Middle Tennessee. Brentwood, Tennessee sits just minutes from downtown Nashville and features pristine parks, some of the best schools in the state, and homes that look like they’ve come out of a Southern Living magazine.

Brentwood is located about 10 minutes south of Nashville in scenic Williamson County, and because of its easy access to Nashville and small-town feel, Brentwood has quickly grown to become one of the most attractive and desirable communities in Tennessee.

The town is home to an abundance of recreational and cultural amenities such as 11 public parks, the Brentwood Library, which is a must visit if you have

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Smyrna, Tennessee is located about 30 minutes southeast of Nashville in Rutherford County. Named by US News and World Report as one of the best places to retire, Smyrna is one of the most family-friendly places to reside in Middle Tennessee.

Smyrna is home to the Nissan Motors manufacturing plant which produces 640,000 vehicles annually and employs over 8,000 people, and the Smyrna Airport, where Middle Tennessee State University offers classes for flight instruction. This city provides plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities as it features more than 10 parks, seven miles of greenway trails, and Percy Priest Lake.

Smyrna is a part of the Rutherford County School system, which is ranked top 10 in the state. Smyrna is also home

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Murfreesboro, Tennessee is located about 30 minutes southeast of Nashville in Rutherford County and is home to the designated geographical center of the state. Here you will find a thriving town with a touch of Southern nostalgia and the motto “creating a better quality of life”, which is exactly what you will find.

From the historic downtown main street where the community gathers at the town square for annual events, to the abundance of outdoor activities like the Greenway System that includes 12 miles of paved paths with 11 trailheads, and the Richard Siegle Soccer Complex & community park, there truly is something for everyone.

Murfreesboro is also home to the largest public university in the state, Middle Tennessee State University. With an

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