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Williamson County Real Estate

Williamson County

Home buyers choose Williamson County, located just south of Nashville, for a variety of reasons, but the most compelling one is that life in Williamson County provides the “best of both” – combining the advantages of both the urban and the rural worlds. Williamson County is adjacent to Nashville’s Davidson County — interstates and major roadways provide quick access to downtown Nashville, to the Nashville Airport, to Nashville’s outstanding hospitals and medical facilities, and to the entire Nashville suburban area. At the same time, the beautiful setting of Williamson County, with its rolling hills, horse farms, fresh air, historic small towns, magnificent estates, and friendly “down home” atmosphere provides a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of nearby Nashville. Add to the mix a wide variety of shopping opportunities — from delightful one-of-a-kind family owned shops to one of the largest shopping malls in the mid-South — plus excellent public schools, parks and green spaces, and top it off with some unique and outstanding restaurants, and it’s easy to see why families are flocking to live in Williamson County. Williamson County’s population grew 12.5% between 2000 and 2004. However, a small town feel still remains.

Williamson County is the most affluent county in Tennessee and among the 30 wealthiest in the nation, but there is a great deal of variety among the various Williamson County towns and neighborhoods. Following are some highlights of these particular areas:

Top Neighborhoods