Middle Tennessee Towns

Found 11 blog entries about Middle Tennessee Towns.

We want to kick January off right by committing to a year of supporting local businesses! The Parks Family is partnering with a wonderful company this year to help us do that. LOLO, Locals Supporting Locals, is an amazing program for your Parks realtor to give to you! Each month, a completely free, new gift comes to your cell phone for you to enjoy. The gifts are selected by county and are only for local businesses, no nationwide chains!

LOLO helps remind us to shop local and support our friends and neighbors! Here are January’s gifts to you!

The Well Davidson and Williamson County

 

This month, Davidson and Williamson County will be supporting the same beloved local business, The Well. The Well is a coffee shop and local chain, only located

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Cheekwood In Bloom

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You do not want to miss out on one of the most beautiful places to visit in spring in Nashville. Cheekwood in Bloom takes place every spring from March 19th-April 24th. With 100,000 of colorful tulips covering the majestic grounds of Cheekwood, there is no better way to celebrate the change of the season.

 

The eruption of color combined with the magical landscape of Cheekwood is something that someone of any age can appreciate. New this year, Cheekwood will have special themed weekends as well as continue to have family activities, entertainment and plenty of options to enjoy nature. Here are some events coming up:

 

Saturday April 16th

East Side Storytellin’

At 11am and 1pm join Nashville’s local bookstore,

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Nashville Fashion Week

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This week has kicked off the 6th Annual Nashville Fashion Week. This 5 day, one-of-a-kind unique event showcases Nashville’s thriving fashion and design community. With local designers as well as regional and national designers, they all come together to host a week filled with creativity and talent.
 
On Tuesday, NFW held the ‘East Meets West: Designer Runway Show’ at Studio 615 featuring regional and international designers; Francesca Marotta, Brooke Atwood, Michael Drummond and Kallmeyer New York.
 
The Nashville Designer Runway Showcase was held on Wednesday night at Track One featuring local designers; Roxenstone, Sisters of Nature, Any Old Iron, Truly Alvarenga, Ona Rex and Amanda Valentine. Showcasing ready-to-wear

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Shelbyville, Tennessee — A Hidden Gem

Shelbyville, Tennessee — A great place to live, work, and relax!

Tucked away in Bedford County lies beautiful Shelbyville, Tennessee. Unbeknownst to many, even those who live in Middle Tennessee, Shelbyville has a rich past and a brighter future.

 

If you are looking to move in the near future, perhaps your new home is located in Shelbyville!

Shelbyville’s Intriguing History

Shelbyville was incorporated in 1819, nine years after initially being laid out. Several years later, the Civil War began, and Middle Tennessee residents know exactly what that means — battles.

 

The Battle of Shelbyville took place after the Battle of Hoover’s Gap had ceased. After several fatalities and fights, General Bragg took charge towards Chattanooga, and General Rosecrans followed suit

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Spring Hill, Tennessee: Your New Home

 

With so many towns to choose from in Middle Tennessee, how can you possibly choose where to live? If you’re still looking for your dream home in this region, be sure to check out Spring Hill, Tennessee. This quaint town is growing and is quickly becoming the go-to area for individuals and families at all stages in life.

The History of Spring Hill

 

According to the City of Spring Hill, Tennessee website, the natural wildlife and state of the soil was ideal for Native Americans, and soon after, Settlers. Not long after the settlers arrived, the community began to grow and expand with the introduction of schools, churches, merchants and so much more.

 

Fast forward to the Civil War. The Battle of

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Did You Know Mt. Juliet is One of the Fastest Growing Cities in America?

Since Middle Tennessee is one of the fastest growing regions of the United States, it should come as no surprise that Mt. Juliet, TN is growing as well. In fact, according to the 2010 Census, Mt. Juliet is the 29th fastest growing city in the U.S. This Wilson County city is located east of Nashville and has a lot to offer! Perhaps you’ll find your brand new home from PARKS in Mt. Juliet.

Mt. Juliet has a lot to offer. Contact PARKS to find your new home today!

The History of Mt. Juliet

Formed in 1835, the idea for town name has two possible theories.

 

1)    The town was named after Ms. Julia Gleaves, who was known for taking care of others in the community.

 

2)    The town was named after the Mount Juliet Estate located in County

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Find Your New Home in Nashville, Tennessee

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In the heart of Middle Tennessee, you’ll find good old’ Nashville, Tennessee, also known as Music City. This historic and captivating city is home to over 1,700,000 residents and continues to grow. There’s so much to see and do in this exciting metro area, and of course, many homes to be purchased!

 

Consider moving to Nashville, Tennessee with your family and enjoying all that the area has to offer.

 

Something For the Kids

Whether your kids love outdoor entertainment, learning or sports, Nashville has something for every child in your family.

 

For the animal lover in your family, be sure to visit the beautiful and lively Nashville Zoo! As their website states, this is the place in Nashville

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Your New Home is in Hendersonville, TN

If you’re looking for a new home in Middle Tennessee, make sure you have Hendersonville, TN on your list of towns to check out. Hendersonville boasts a rich history, a variety of attractions, and many available homes from Parks! Located just a few miles northeast of Music City, your new home is waiting for you in Hendersonville.

A Fascinating Town History

With Nashville right nearby, you might think that Hendersonville would be overlooked in terms of historical relevance. Don’t be so quick to judge a book by its cover! Hendersonville was named after Mr. William Henderson in 1790. However, settlers reached the area a few years earlier in 1784.

 

Once the town completed the Old Hickory Dam, the population

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Light Up Your Holiday Season in Middle Tennessee

Looking for something exciting to do with family and friends this holiday season? Why not hop in the car and tour the beautiful holiday light displays happening across Middle Tennessee. With so many light events going on throughout the region, you may want to make it a weekend long trip!

Christmas Light Displays in Lebanon, TN

Almost 2 million lights twinkle and shine bright at Chad’s Winter Wonderland in Lebanon, TN. This winter light spectacle is open every night through New Year’s Eve, and even has a drive-through Santa house! You and your children can bring your wish list to Santa and learn if you’ve made the naughty or nice list. Plus, with live animals, dancing snowmen and so much more, Chad’s

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There’s So Much To Do In Smyrna, Tennessee!

With populous cities such as Murfreesboro and Nashville right near by, the quaint town of Smyrna, Tennessee may be overlooked. However, once you find yourself within town limits, you’ll wonder why you haven’t been here before! With so much to do and see, you may consider moving to this vibrant Middle Tennessee town.

A Small Town With a Vast History

Home to the Sam Davis Plantation, Smyrna played an important role in the Civil War. Due to its location between Nashville and Chattanooga, the train depot assisted in transportation. In addition, the fateful events of Sam Davis occurred in Smyrna, TN.

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In 1941, the Sewart Air Force Base was established in Smyrna. This base

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