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Explore Life in Nolensville, Tennessee 

Welcome to Nolensville, TN, a quaint community steeped in rich history tucked into the rural fields and rolling countryside just south of Nashville. Despite its blossoming new developments of housing, business, restaurants, and schools, Nolensville maintains a charming village feel and plenty of its beautiful historic architecture.

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In Nolensville, you'll find a delightful array of historic, charming homes and spacious single-family estates spread throughout the area. One of the best parts of real estate in Nolensville, besides the beautiful architectural designs, is the highly affordable price tags. Browse some of our favorite Nolensville homes for sale below and please don't hesitate to contact us if you see one that strikes your fancy.

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Spotlights of Nolensville

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Parks & Rec

Beautiful rural open spaces, fields, and woods make it easy to enjoy the great outdoors. Nolensville is home to Gregory Park, which hosts youth sports teams, as well as several hiking and biking trails. It is currently working towards building new trails that will connect with the Nashville, Brentwood, and Williamson County trails in the surrounding areas, for a truly endless outdoor experience.

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Local Attractions

Nolensville is surrounded by a rich history that can still be seen today in its many beautiful historic sites. Explore its downtown historic district (currently being revitalized) for several local shops and restaurants. There are also several historic points listed on the National Historic Registry, including Sherwood Green House, Jordan-Williams House, and George W. Morton House.



Nolensville offers easy access to the towns of Franklin and Brentwood, as well as the major city of Nashville. Some of the top local employers include Comdata, HCA, Community Health Systems, Williamson Medical Center, Nissan North America, Verizon Wireless, Tractor Supply Company, DaVita, The Lampo Group, and Cogent.



Nolensville is served by Williamson County Schools, which recently developed a new high school, middle school, and elementary school in Nolensville. Students of Nolensville attend Nolensville Elementary, Sunset Elementary, or Mill Creek Elementary, Sunset Middle or Mill Creek Middle, and either Ravenwood High or Nolensville High.

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Shopping & Dining

Nolensville is home to a growing number of small and large businesses, services, and restaurants. Right in town you’ll find convenience shopping, delicious eateries, antiques and collectables, automotive services, financial services and banks, health and medical care, home and garden stores, fitness services, veterinary and pet services, and more!

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Community Services

Nolensville offers plenty of its own services and amenities, including a police department, fire department, post office, and the Nolensville Public Library. Additionally, it hosts several town events throughout the year, such as the Veterans Day Celebration, Buttercup Festival, July 4th Celebrations, and the Broken Wheel Festival.

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Nolensville at a Glance

Want to know even more about residential life in this outstanding city of beautiful homes, friendly faces, and big opportunities? You don’t have to look far! As your Nolensville experts, we know all the insider details! Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!

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Quick Facts

Population: 6,400
Growth Since 2000: +107.3%
Zip Code: 37135
County: Williamson
Mean Home Price: $383,000


Travel & Commute

Franklin: 13 mi
Brentwood: 10 mi
Nashville: 20 mi
Primm Springs: 45 mi
Airport: Nashville Int’l (15 mi)

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