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Brentwood Real Estate


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City Statistics

ClimateBrentwood’s weather includes hot, humid summers with temperatures in the 80’s, pleasant autumns and cool winters
Demographics The average household income in Brentwood is $219,628
The median rental costs in recent years comes to $2,085 per month, and the median house value is $655,400

Brentwood, located in scenic Williamson County, is considered one of the most desirable
suburban locations in Tennessee. Home to Top 10 Libraries for Children, the city is also known
for its strong business community and high standard of living. Residents enjoy quality schools,
abundant recreational amenities, and easy access to all the sights and sounds of next-door

With a population of more than 226,000 residents, the current figures show that 57
percent relocated here from somewhere else in the world. That means a whopping 129,000
transplants now call Williamson County home.

What is it about this charming Southern community that captivates people enough to make them pick up their things and move their families here?

For starters, visitors feel welcome as soon as they arrive. Whether you’re strolling through the
historic Franklin square on a breezy afternoon or enjoying a dinner of comfort food in the heart
of rural Leiper’s Fork, people often get the feeling that this is the place to be.


Things to do in or around Brentwood:

Radnor Lake

Brentwood Public Library

Tennessee Agricultural Museum

Belle Meade Winery

Deerwood Arboretum & Nature Center

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