Brentwood Nolensville2022-10-28T12:44:08+00:00

Brentwood & Nolensville!

Brentwood & Nolensville!


WELCOME TO Brentwood Nolensville





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Set against a backdrop of rolling hills and Tennessee charm, Brentwood is a sleepy suburb that’s perfect for those who want access to Nashville without sacrificing the comfort of a quiet neighborhood. If you’re moving to Brentwood, we can help you find an affordable storage unit near you once you get there. In the meantime, we can also help you with insider tips on what you can expect from Brentwood, TN. The small Williamson County city of 43,889 is growing every day.

Brentwood is one of the wealthiest cities in the Country. Take a drive through Brentwood and you’ll see well-manicured lawns and stately homes. It’s no secret that this prized Nashville suburb is one of the wealthiest cities in the United States. There’s a lot to love in Brentwood, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the fact that it is 15 minutes from downtown Nashville.

As a bedroom community to Nashville, many residents find themselves heading into the city for dining, shopping, and business. Brentwood’s Maryland Farms Office Park offers a hub for local businesses including a grocery store, office space, restaurants, and everything else you need.

Unlike some other more limited communities, though, Brentwood has the features to serve almost every residential population. There’s an energetic, family-friendly feel to the community, with a network of parks, golf courses, an equestrian center, an indoor sports complex, and even a trampoline park. This space for fun and recreation reflects a suburb of Nashville that, for all its luxury, doesn’t take itself too seriously. Perhaps that’s why young, free-thinking stars like Taylor Swift, Ben Folds, and many country music singers have chosen to call the neighborhood home. Along with these attractions, multiple restaurant districts mean that you’ll never have to go downtown to have a good time; and the public schools, Ravenwood High School, in particular, are exemplary. All these features combine to make Brentwood our pick for the top Nashville suburb for day-to-day life, especially for people trying to raise a family.

Brentwood has 14 parks including Crockett Park, the city’s largest at 164 acres, Primmer Park, which is where the historic Boiling Spring Academy is located, and Barkwood Dog Park, a popular destination for canines and their humans. There’s also an extensive trail system throughout Brentwood, plus outdoor destinations like Cal Turner Farm, a 411-acre farm known for its green barn, upon which a popular nativity scene appears each holiday season.

If you want to venture out, though, Brentwood has its advantages as one of the most centrally-located suburbs in the Nashville area. Downtown Franklin is just a ten-minute drive to the south, and many people will happily traverse the road for a hike at Radnor Lake State Park. Or maybe you just won’t leave, because out of all the Music City suburbs, Brentwood might have the most to enjoy.

CITY OF Nolensville

Nolensville is approximately twenty-two miles southeast of Nashville. A beautiful, family-friendly, vibrant small town located just minutes from Nashville and Franklin, TN. The close-knit community has a friendly, southern vibe. Once an agricultural community, this quiet little niche on the east side of Williamson County hums the simple life. The town truly accommodates the old and the new harmoniously—you can stop by the six properties listed on the Historic Register or mark your calendar and enjoy a morning or afternoon at annual events.

Nolensville might be a little way out of town compared to traditional suburbs like Brentwood, but it is an up-and-coming retreat from the downtown work life. It has the vibe of the next popular suburb of Nashville, with large new construction houses. It makes the list a top location for family homes. Now one of the hottest family destinations in middle Tennessee, Nolensville combines the best of small-town living with great activities and a friendly atmosphere. Because of its convenient location in the heart of Williamson County and favorable property values, many families are choosing to move to Nolensville.

The city is a quaint community with fun shopping, award-winning restaurants, great schools, ballparks, and rural fields. Neighborhoods are growing, churches are springing up and the excellent Williamson County schools anchor the community. Whether you’re on a date, looking for something fun to do with the kids, or out on a shopping adventure with your besties, historic downtown Nolensville has something special to offer you.

The main shopping area is also in the process of being redeveloped. People drive from all over to eat at our famous restaurants and shop at our antique stores. Take a strong dose of history, and combine it with great little shops, an up-and-coming Market Square, award-winning restaurants, and a village feel where the people know each other and welcome newcomers.

Starting May 5 through October 2, be sure to visit the Nolensville Farmer’s Market every Saturday morning between 8 a.m. and Noon at the historic Nolensville school. This producer-only market offers fresh, local Farmer’s Market Fresh Vegetables, including organic or naturally grown produce, meats, baked goods, farm-fresh eggs, crafts, and food trucks from local farmers and artisans. The Nolensville Farmer’s Market is a great place to pick up your weekend groceries, grab a bite to eat, and meet your neighbors.

Nolensville boasts of having the lowest property tax rates in Williamson County. Nolensville is a great example of a small-town feel with an excellent location and great amenities. Now one of the hottest family destinations in middle Tennessee.

Brentwood FACTS

  • Population: 42,700

  • Median home value: $682,100

  • Per capita property taxes: $3,615 (Base on Median Home Value)

  • Median Rent: $2,033

  • Median household income: $160,174

  • Avg. Cost of Living: $3,189 per month

  • Top Schools in Brentwood:

    • Private: Currey Ingram Academy, Brentwood Academy, Gateway Academy @ Learning Lab, Montessori Academy
    • Public: Brentwood HS, Ravenswood HS
  • Top 5 Restaurants in Brentwood: Mere Bulles, Amerigo Italian Restaurant, Corky’s Bar-B-Q, Jasmine Thai and Sushi, Mediterranean Cuisine


Nolensville FACTS

  • Population: 9,221

  • Median home value:   $483,300

  • Per capita property taxes: $2,326 (Base on Median Home Value)

  • Median Rent:  $2,561

  • Median household income: $146,563

  • Avg. Cost of Living: $2,863 per month

  • Top Schools in Nolensville:

    • Private: Lighthouse Christian School, Ezell-Harding Christian School
    • Public: Nolensville HS, Ravenwood HS
  • Top 5 Restaurants in Nolensville:  Pork Belly Farmhouse, Titos Mexican Restaurant, Martins Bar-B-Q Joint, Millcreek Brewing Company, Keriyaki Asian Cuisine


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