This area is one of Nashville’s hidden gems. Hendersonville homes for sale are nearby Old Hickory Lake and only 20-30 minutes from downtown Nashville. Some homes are nestled in the beautiful countryside with rolling green hills, while others are lakefront homes and estates. Wherever their location, Hendersonville TN real estate is sure to impress.
Hendersonville is one of the fastest growing communities in Tennessee. Homes for sale in Hendersonville, Tennessee are a great place to raise a family and put down roots. The community is vibrant yet quiet. There are so many reasons to call Hendersonville home. Residents enjoy gorgeous scenery, a great school system, thriving job market and more. The city is far enough away to enjoy the lake and the country, yet close enough for an easy commute to Nashville.
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There is a wide variety of Hendersonville TN real estate available for purchase to suit most any income level. There’s everything from stately custom family homes and lakefront homes to townhomes and condos. Architectural styles include Traditional, Contemporary and Colonial. Hendersonville homes for sale offer a wide range of prices and floor plan options. Home price ranges from $95,000 to $1,795,000. Home size ranges from 980 square feet to 9,442 square feet.
There are plenty of shopping and dining options nearby homes for sale in Hendersonville. The Streets of Indian Lake shopping center is one of the most enjoyable places to shop. It includes stores such as Barnes & Noble, Bath & Body Works and LOFT. There’s also a Regal Cinema and plenty of choices for dining out. Additionally, the cities of Gallatin, Madison, and Nashville are all in close proximity to Hendersonville TN real estate, providing even more shopping, dining and entertainment options.
Parents will be pleased to know that your home for sale in Hendersonville, TN will be served by the Sumner County School District. Children attending the schools in this district will be well-educated by many dedicated professionals. The excellent teachers in the Sumner County School District are diligently focused on giving students the best education they can receive.
Hendersonville homes for sale are in high demand for a number of reasons, including its geographic location and scenic beauty. The city has approximately 38 square miles of land and 26 miles of shoreline on Old Hickory Lake. Hendersonville is growing fast and it has room to grow even bigger. It’s easy to see why homes for sale in Hendersonville, Tennessee are such a big draw for homebuyers.
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Hendersonville New Homes for Sale the doorstep of Nashville, Durham Farms offers a relaxed, small-town lifestyle, with quiet, tree-lined streets and ample green space. Design features and amenities like front porches, playgrounds, neighborhood parks, walking trails and a community pool bring families and friends together. And great schools, shopping, city parks and the fun of Old Hickory Lake are all just minutes away. Starting in 2016 these homes will be in high demand due to convenient shopping at the Streets of Indian Lake and Glenbrook shopping center in Hendersonville. Contact us for additional information below is their video.
Avondale is a neighborhood in Hendersonville that is north and west of the Cumberland River/ Old Hickory Lake as it bends, forming the bay. Bay Drive, Country Club Drive, and Bonita Parkway are streets primarily in this neighborhood, which is close to the Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club and includes the Hendersonville Memory Gardens Funeral Home and much more.
Caldwell Drive & Center Point
This neighborhood in Hendersonville is north of Vietnam Veteran’s Boulevard and extends all the way up to Long Hollow Pike. It is a great neighborhood that covers a large area, with the very center of it being Center Point Road. Glenbrook Way and Goshentown Road are also in this neighborhood and one of the bordering streets is Forest Retreat Road. This is a suburban neighborhood primarily made up of established homes but also with quite a few new builds making this area very popular.
City Center is a Hendersonville neighborhood that extends south of Main street to Hickory Heights Drive and then all the way down nearly to where Curtis Crossroads begins. Lakeside Park Elementary is one of the schools in the neighborhood. This area features older homes close to shopping and walking distance to several parks
Cumberland Hills Drive/Anderson Lane
The Cumberland Hills Drive/Anderson Lane neighborhood starts in the south partially in Cumberland River/Old Hickory Lake and partially in Old Hickory Lake as well as the space in between. It extends northward up the Cumberland River inlet that leads to Drake’s Creek and follows Cumberland Hills Drive north west as it turns into Anderson Lane. Both E.B. Wilson Night School and Indian Lake Elementary are in this neighborhood. Just across the river is Sander’s Ferry Park. This is a very convenient area and is in very high demand.
Curtis Crossroads is a neighborhood that extends from the south part of the Cumberland River/ Old Hickory Lake just west of Langford Cove. It spans north to border at Sander’s Ferry road and then La Plaza drive all the way up to Luna drive. The Cumberland River inlet on the other side is the western border of this neighborhood. The neighborhood is named after Curtis Crossroads, a street which runs mostly through the center of this neighborhood. Curtis Crossroads is served by the Walton Ferry Elementary, on Walton Ferry road, which is what Curtis Crossroads becomes after it curves north near the Sumner County Association of Realtors building.
Long Hollow Pike
Long Hollow Pike is a neighborhood where Drake’s Creek Road makes up the southern border. However, the neighborhood is named for the road that is running from west to east along the northern border – Long Hollow Pike. The western boundary of the neighborhood rests at New Shackle Island Road and Drake’s Creek runs through the western part of this neighborhood. Long Hollow Pike is served by the Sumner County School District. This is a very convenient area to live in due to its convenient access to the freeway.
Rockland is a neighborhood that is bordered by the western part of the Cumberland River/Old Hickory Lake just before it narrows at the power plant. Most of the northern border is Rockland Road and Main Street passes right through the upper part of the neighborhood. The eastern border is the other part of the Cumberland River and Walton’s Ferry Road which runs mostly north and south.
Saundersville is an irregular boot-shaped neighborhood that has Main Street running right through it. The southwestern border is where Drake’s Creek and the Cumberland River meet. Then it runs south along Cherokee Road and curves north and east along Indian Lake Road and Maple drive. Main Street is also one of the south east borders, running all the way from Maple Drive to Vietnam Veteran’s Blvd. The Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club is wholly within this neighborhood, making it an immensely popular one in Hendersonville. Also, Saundersville is served by three schools: Hendersonville High School, Nannie Berry Elementary and Robert E. Ellis Middle School.
The Shackle Island neighborhood is a huge circular area that is bordered on the south by Long Hollow Pike as it extends from the western border of New Hope Road all the way to the eastern border of Upper Station Camp Creek Road. Mud Hollow Road and Garrison Branch Road make up the northern border. The neighborhood has multiple small waterways running through off of it and the Ocana Community Center is just outside of its southern border. Shackle Island is served by the Sumner County Schools