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Nashville Real Estate


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City Statistics

Amenities Night clubs, restaurants, architectural attractions
Climate Hot and humid summers, abundant rainfall, mild winters, and thunderstorms in spring months that can bring tornadoes, hail, and severe wind.
Demographics (2019)
White – 63.5%
Black or African American – 27.6 %
Hispanic or Latino – 10.5%
Asian – 3.7%

Average Income: $58,809

Nashville is the capital of Tennessee and the most populous city in the state. Named after General Francis from the American Revolutionary War – Otherwise known as “Music City”- has well deserved the name as it is the hub for the music industry! It is also the center for healthcare, automotive, banking, and transportation industries and as home to the largest number of educational institutions.

You will experience anything from country bands at the bars to beautiful historic mansions, civil war history, and home to some of the finest cuisine.   Nashville is also home of the famous Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame. It is home to numerous colleges and universities. Situated on the Cumberland River. 

From the lush nightlife -entertainment venues, night clubs, art centers and museums, restaurants and the finest cuisines,  to architectural attractions, historic mansions, public parks (Centennial Park, Shelby Park), hikes, dog parks, horse trails and outdoor recreation – and striking distance of  to various water activities at places like Old Hickory, Percy Priest Lake, the Cumberland river, Radnor Lake State Natural Area; enjoy sailing, boating, fishing, and water skiing.

Places to Visit

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Belcourt Theater

Ryman Auditorium

Grand Ole Opry

Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center


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