Real Estate and Community Information
Those who like country music, southern charm and want a safe place to raise a family may find everything they want in Nashville. Homes in the area are affordable and offer plenty to see and do for both children and adults. Lets take a look at why buying real estate in the city is worth your money.
According to many archaeologists, Native American tribes have lived in the area almost continuously since 13,000 B.C. Many native groups used the area to hunt, fish and trade among themselves. In the 18th century, European explorers settled lands in and around Nashville. The first to come to this part of Tennessee were French fur traders who found a willing partner in local native tribes. Before the city got its current name, it was known as French Lick and Sulphur Spring Bottom.
Parks and Recreation
Major parks in the city include Shelby Park and the Radnor Lake State Natural Area. Spots of interest within the 1,332 acres that comprise Radnor Lake include Tims Ford, Fall Creek Falls and Cedars of Lebanon. However, as it is a Class II protected area, there is no camping, hunting or picnicking allowed. You can learn more about the park by visiting its official website
Each year in the month of April, the city hosts a large musical act each weekend. As there are so many acts during that month, they have simply called the event Awesome April. Other events in the area that you may want to visit include the Country Music Marathon & 1/2 Marathon as well as the The Antiques & Garden Show that takes place in February.
Whether you come for a weekend of make the city your permanent home, there are many great places to see. Music lovers will want to check out the Country Music Museum and Hall of Fame while the Tennessee State Capitol Building is worth going to for those who enjoy history and government. Of course, no visit to Tennessee would be complete without a trip the Grand Ole Opry, and you can learn more about events there by visiting this event calendar
If you are looking for properties
in this area, you can contact Amy Wyatt
at your earliest convenience. She will be able to show you many great houses in your price range that are close to parks, shopping and great schools. Whether you are moving to town by yourself or have your spouse and kids with you, it won't be long before you are moving into your dream home.