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Franklin Real Estate

Franklin is famous for its beautiful historic homes, its town square and surrounding area, its Civil War battleground; for antique shopping, art galleries, bakeries, and a variety of excellent restaurant dining opportunities. Money magazine recently listed Franklin among its 100 Best Places to Live. In the midst of the history, there is an ongoing growth in residential building in Franklin.

There is always something special and fun to do in Franklin – the annual calendar of events includes such things as the Main Street Festival in April, a Rodeo in May, the Heritage Foundation Town and Country Tour of Homes in June, an Independence Day Celebration – “Franklin on the Fourth” in July, the Franklin Jazz Festival in September, a Southern Folklife Festival at the Carnton Plantation in September, Pumpkinfest in October, and the Anniversary of the Civil War Battle of Franklin in November. And that all leads up to a spectacular December, including the Franklin Christmas Parade, the Carter House Candlelight Tour of Homes, and a Victorian holiday festival called “Dickens of a Christmas.”

Franklin has an eclectic atmosphere where “brand new” is adjacent to “historic old” — if you visit the town square, you will find pick-up trucks parked right next to Jaguars. Franklin literally glows with antique lampposts, chandeliers, and candlelight – the warmth of the town is palpable. Ask anyone who lives in Franklin, and they will tell you they are thankful to be in such a special place!

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