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Hermitage Real Estate


Photo: The Hermitage

City Statistics

Amenities Walking greenways, shopping, commercial development and residential neighborhoods
Climate Gets some kind of precipitation (on average) 116 days/year, hot and humid summers and cold and wet winters.
Demographics White – 66.7%
Black or African American – 12.3 %
Asian – 4.1%
Hispanic – 8%

Hermitage is a suburb of Nashville and is in eastern Davidson County. It is adjacent to, and was named in honor of The Hermitage, home of Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of the United States.

Hermitage, TN is not only home to the TSSAA (Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association),  shopping, commercial development and residential neighborhoods – but Hermitage is also a great place to try local southern cuisine or take a stroll through one of the many parks or greenways.

Places to Visit: Natchez Winery at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage – You can choose an indoor or outdoor wine tasting experience. 

Nashville Shores Waterpark – Looking for a Family Fun Day? With multiple pools, water slides, lazy river, food and drinks, there’s something for everyone!

Hermitage Golf Course – With it’s jaw dropping design, playing up to 7200 yards that weave through natural Tennessee wetlands, prepare for world class service and two courses to choose from. Keep an eye out for the sheep!


Photo Credits:

Hermitage Golf Course | Hermitage Tourism: Best of Hermitage | The Hermitage

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage Museum

Natchez Hills Winery

Hermitage Golf Course

Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort

Long Hunter State Park