Local's Guide To Middle Tennessee

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We’re all ready to get out of doors after a tense spring spent indoors, so the destinations we’ve chosen for today’s article are The Best Tennessee Natural Attractions! While we wish they could all be open at this time, we know the time will soon come when we can get out and explore these gorgeous wild landscapes Tennessee residents are so proud to call our own.

Clingmans Dome
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN

Sitting atop the highest point in

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Belle Meade, which means beautiful meadow, is a small city located in Davidson County Tennessee. Approximately the same size as neighboring Warner Parks, it’s a luxurious neighborhood within a fifteen-minute drive of downtown Nashville and Green Hills. If you prefer more of a rural setting, West Meade may be a better option. You get the convenience and upscale lifestyle of Belle Meade, except with surroundings that make you feel miles away from any city. Watch our Local’s Guide to Belle Meade/West Meade video to take a look at this wonderful community!

The Belle Meade community has an almost European feel and offers a mix of plantation-style estates, charming Tudors, and mid-century modern homes. Many of Nashville’s earliest wealthy families settled

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Wedgewood Houston is one of Nashville’s most sought-after urban areas, sitting just a short drive from other trendy neighborhoods such as the Gulch or 12 South. WeHo, as the area has been coined, has developed a unique identity, attracting artists, foodies, history enthusiasts, music lovers, and families. Watch our Local’s Guide to Wedgewood Houston video to take a look at this wonderful community!

Art galleries, mixed-art collaborative spaces, and recording studios give a distinctly original feel to this well-established neighborhood. This creativity has also found its way into the residential areas where you can find a mix of new homes and remodeled vintage charmers full of character. Condos and townhomes are also making their way into the mix as

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Hendersonville is known around the state as one of Middle Tennessee’s top communities for families. With a top-ranked school system, plenty of parks and lakefront shoreline, and unique shops and restaurants all less than 20 miles from downtown Nashville, Hendersonville is a neighborhood to be considered by homebuyers. Watch our Local’s Guide to Hendersonville video to take a look at this wonderful community!

One thing that is evident is a sense of community. The town hosts several annual events such as a 4th of July fireworks show and a Christmas parade, plus regular concerts, movies in the park, and theatrical productions. The Streets of Indian Lake, perhaps the best place for a night out, is home to an array of shops, restaurants, dancing

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Green Hills is a beautiful neighborhood that is central to some of the best communities Nashville has to offer. Bordered by Belle Meade, Sylvan Park, Brentwood, and 12South, Green Hills provides a wonderful place to call home that offers easy access to nightlife, great schools, fine dining, and unique shopping. Watch our Local’s Guide to Green Hills video to take a look at this wonderful neighborhood!

While many only visit Green Hills for the Green Hills Mall or some of the many boutiques and retail stores, some choose to call it home for the same reason. The area is known for its high-end fashion and features chains like Nordstrom, Restoration Hardware, and Kate Spade, but also features many locally owned shops that you won’t find anywhere else,

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Spring Hill, a quintessential small town located just 35 miles south of Nashville, offers the perfect blend of beautiful rural scenery and big city amenities! Watch our Local’s Guide to Spring Hill video to take a look at this wonderful city!

Nicely located in both Maury and Williamson Counties, Spring Hill is just minutes from Franklin and Columbia, and just a short drive from larger cities like Nashville and Murfreesboro. With a drive down Main Street, you’ll pass rolling landscapes with former plantation homes and farmland, as well as conveniently located stores, restaurants, and attractions that are both locally owned and nationally known.

Spring Hill has several options for those seeking some outdoor recreation including a playground

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Mount Juliet is a small town that shares all the conveniences of its neighbors in Nashville to the west and nearby Lebanon to the east. With a prosperous business life, ample social activities, and high ranking schools, Mt. Juliet could be your next hometown. Watch our Local’s Guide to Mt. Juliet video to take a look at this wonderful city!

This community has developed into one of the most alluring places to live and do business in recent years. With some of the lowest tax rates in Tennessee and continued growth in the business sector. It’s fortunate to be one of the few cities that the region’s only daily train passes through, making it an ideal town for commuters into Nashville. Mt. Juliet is one of the fastest growing cities in the state,

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Southwest of downtown Nashville, you can find Vanderbilt and Hillsboro Village, one of the top universities in the nation and one of Nashville’s most popular neighborhoods. Watch our Local’s Guide to Vanderbilt & Hillsboro Village video to take a look at these wonderful neighborhoods!

Nashville is home to many prominent college campuses, but none more so than Vanderbilt University. The area surrounding the campus hums with activity both from the coeds that chose the area for school and from locals who have called the area home for decades.

Vanderbilt University attracts students from around the world for its array of programs, with science, engineering, and law being the most sought after. The 330-acre campus feels like an Ivy League school

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Lebanon, Tennessee is located about 38 minutes east of Nashville in Wilson County. Known largely for being home to Cumberland University, Cedars of Lebanon State Park, and the host of the Wilson County Fair, Lebanon offers the small town feel, but conveniences of a bigger city. Watch our Local’s Guide to Lebanon video to take a look at this wonderful city!

Maintaining history and historical areas has always been a top priority in Lebanon. Its well-known historical downtown area was formed in 1802 and is still standing strong to this day. In fact, the downtown area has experienced massive growth and revitalization in recent years and is now home to eclectic shops and boutiques.

When it comes to finding a home in Lebanon, there are plenty

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Founded in the 1850’s by European immigrants, Germantown is Nashville’s first official suburb. At just 18 square blocks, the small neighborhood packs a lot into the small space, including gorgeous homes, unique restaurants, and locally owned stores and businesses. Watch our Local’s Guide to Germantown video to take a look at this wonderful neighborhood!

The community provides one of the most beautiful areas for a stroll, and residents enjoy 19th-century architecture in the Victorian brick row homes, colorful cottages, and ornate churches along the way. The area is one of Nashville’s most walkable, with a network of easy to traverse sidewalks that pass by unique coffee shops, chocolatiers, and impressive restaurants.

Nearby, you can find some

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