The area between Davidson and Williamson County’s is home to some of the prettiest communities in Middle Tennessee, Brentwood Tennessee sits just
minutes from downtown Nashville and features pristine parks, some of the best schools in the state and homes that look like they’ve come out of a Southern Living magazine.
Brentwood was incorporated in 1969 with a population of 3,378. It is now a premier suburban residential/office community with a population of 37,060. Much of this
growth was facilitated with the construction of I-65 in the 1960s, the construction of the Moores Lane interchange in the mid 1970’s and the Concord Road
interchange in the late 1980’s. The development of Maryland Farms, Truman Ward’s prosperous horse farm, into a business park in the 1970s and 1980s brought an influx of thousands of workers every day, which led to the development of other businesses and services.
The vision that was shared by Brentwood’s early residents in establishing a low density residential community is still prevalent. About 90 percent of Brentwood’s
acreage is zoned residential with a density standard of one dwelling unit per acre.
The easy accessibility to Nashville, the open country character of the area and the focus on quality land use and development has made Brentwood one of the most
attractive and desirable growing communities in Tennessee.
Brentwood is located about 10 minutes south of Nashville and scenic Williamson County and because of its easy access to Nashville and small-town feel Brentwood, has
quickly grown to become one of the most attractive and desirable communities in Tennessee. The town is home to an abundance of recreational and cultural amenities
such as eleven public parks, the Brentwood library which is a must visit, if you have kids, the YMCA which has a great pool and skate park and the
Williamson County indoor Sports Complex which features an indoor pool and tennis courts. Crockett Park provides a beautiful space for a walk or bike ride and
houses several multi-purpose fields, basketball courts and an amphitheater that hosts several free concerts and events each year. There is no shortage of places to shop
and eat in Brentwood, unique boutiques, organic grocery stores and locally owned restaurants are mixed in with well-known chains and shopping centers. Locals
particularly enjoy staples such as the perch or the wild iris for daytime eats. You’ll find people grabbing a bite from local taco or judge beans during their lunch break,
uncle Julio’s makes a great place for a casual dinner and mayor bulls are popular for special occasions. Nearby Cool Springs gives residents even more shopping and
dining locations with the high-end Cool Springs Galleria and surrounding restaurants.
Brentwood is a part of the Williamson County school system, which is the second best in the state; the public elementary schools were ranked top ten in Tennessee with a score of 10 the highest rating by great schools. It is also home to two of the top 10 high schools in the state. Whether you’re a business professional wanting a convenient place to call home, a parent looking for a great environment and school system for your kids or someone who’s ready to settle in an affluent neighborhood this region has something to offer all with beautiful landscapes plenty to see and do and safe and established neighborhoods you can’t go wrong settling in Brentwood.
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