The quaint town of Nolensville has a lot to offer - a small town feel, beautiful scenery, great schools, and low property tax rates. Thanks to its central location, it's also convenient to some of Middle Tennessee's favorite cities, such as Nashville, Murfreesboro, and Franklin.

Neighborhood Keywords

Tight-Knit Community
Quiet & Serene
Country Life
Neighbourhood logo The Neighborhood

A storybook town with all the modern amenities.

lifestyle logo The Lifestyle

A laid-back, small-town feel with easy convenience to some of Tennessee's best larger towns.

market logo The Market

Farmhouses, small subdivisions, and newly built townhomes.

position logo Known for

Antique stores, Buttercup Festival, and southern cuisine.

house logo What Not to Expect

Large chains or huge shopping centers.

heart logo You'll Fall in Love With

The beautiful scenery and friendly locals.

Neighborhood Vibe

The Neighborhood

Nolensville is a small community south of Nashville in the northeast corner of Williamson County. The town 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.

The Market

Farmhouses dot rolling hills and newer subdivisions with community amenities are scattered throughout the town. More recently, townhomes have been built, giving residents plenty of choices in their home search.

The Lifestyle

Stroll through downtown Nolensville and you'll find quaint bed and breakfasts, antique shops with unique finds, and restaurants offering delicious southern fare. The town offers several parks, soccer and baseball fields, and a dog park to help locals stay active, and Williamson County is home to a great recreation center providing a gymnasium, pool, and fitness facilities. The county is also home to some of the best schools in Middle Tennessee. Stop by during one of their large annual festivals or for a quiet weekend farmers market to get the best of what the town has to offer.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.1M
Lowest Price $0
Highest Price $14M
Total Listings 274
Avg. Days On Market 84
Avg. Price/SQFT $275

Property Types (active listings)

View of Cumberland River

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