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The City By The Lake: A place to live, work & play

Hendersonville is known around the state as one of Middle Tennessee’s top communities for families with a top-ranked school system, plenty of parks, lakefront shoreline and unique shops and restaurants all less than 20 miles from downtown Nashville.

Hendersonville is a part of the Sumner County Public School System which is consistently ranked for their academics extracurricular activities and athletic programs if you’re looking for a small town

with big-city convenience and opportunities look no further than Hendersonville with an impressive school system and active sense of community and plenty of events and happenings this is         

one town you will love to call home.

Rich And Proud Heritage

A magnificent, seven level, hand hewn limestone structure on Old Hickory Lake, circa 1700. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Directions, operating schedule, and additional information may be found in the full brochure or by visiting their website.

Historic Spring Haven is a beautiful plantation home with rich pre-civil war history. Andrew Jackson, Isaac Franklin, and Adelicia Acklen are only a few who share in the rich history of this home.

Directions, contact information, and additional information may be found in the full brochure or by visiting their website.

Hendersonville is a neighborhood to be considered by homebuyers, one thing that is evident is a sense of community.  The town hosts several annual events such as a 4th of July fireworks show plus

regular concerts movies in the park and theatrical productions, the streets of Indian Lake perhaps the best place for a night out, is home to an array of shops restaurants dancing fountains for kids to

cool off,  and a movie theater close by, you can find the Hendersonville cruising car show that takes place on warm Friday nights. 

There is no shortage of restaurants to choose from in Hendersonville if you’re craving Mexican locals recommend Casa vieja or Rio Bravo for a great steak consider the Chop House,  you can even

pull your boat up to the rudder at anchor high marina it’s also easy to lead an active lifestyle in Hendersonville the town offers a variety of parks with pavilions and sport fields a network of greenways

for walking and biking and a thriving soccer club, with 26 miles of shoreline and convenient marinas, old hickory lane is perfect for fishing boating and relaxing for fans of boating and golf the

bluegrass yacht and Country Club may be worth a membership.

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