The City of White House

Named After White House Stagecoach Inn

The City of White House, TN is located in both Sumner and Robertson counties and is approximately a 30-minute drive north of Nashville at Exit 108 on I-65.

The City of White House is named after the original White House Inn built by Richard Stone Wilks in 1829. Mr. Wilks paid $200 in November of 1828 for a parcel of land lying in both Sumner and Robertson County. On the land, he built a large two-story house along what was originally a buffalo and Native American trail that had become a well-traveled route for all travelers between Louisville, KY, and Nashville, TN. The route was referred to as the L & N Pike. Today, this route is known as Hwy 31W.

An unusual characteristic of the house was that it was painted white. At that time, buildings were usually left as raw wood. The stagecoach drivers and passengers would refer to it as “The White House”—thus giving the City its name. So, the legacy of the White House Inn is carried on through the City’s name for all to remember its historic beginnings.

The original Inn was located on Hwy 31W just north of Advanced Auto Parts located at 3201 Highway, US-31W. You can find a historic marker there near the highway.

In April 1971, the City of White House became incorporated. The City currently has a Mayor-Aldermanic Charter with a City Administrator as the Chief Administrative Officer.

 

White House Greenway

In 2021, the City of White House will celebrate its 50th Anniversary. Plans are already underway for some big celebrations and lots of reminiscing about the last 50 years. The population was 10,255 at the 2010 census. It is approximately twenty-two miles north of downtown Nashville. According to the city website a special census was conducted in 2008 that placed the city population at 9,891 residents, with 3,587 households within the city limits. The population was 10,255 at the 2010 census which showed growth of 3,000 people from 2000 to 2010. The 2019 population was 12,638.

Growth and development
White House was incorporated in 1971. Currently, the young town is experiencing population growth, economic progress, and community development, with many apartment projects and subdivisions planned for the area. There are over 800 homes planned for the area, and at least 5 apartment subdivisions are planned for the city. The city is located north of Nashville within the greater Nashville region, and is anticipated to grow rapidly in the future as a suburb of Nashville.

 

The Reserve at Palmers Crossing

The Reserve at Palmers Crossing

Welcome to The Reserve at Palmers Crossing! This beautiful neighborhood is located in White House, TN, a fast-growing and convenient city just north of downtown Nashville near I-65. Residents will enjoy beautiful custom homes close to open space that connects to the White House Greenway. Plus, nearby is a wealth of shopping, dining, entertainment, and provides easy access to a park that will feature a playground, perfect for families. Ask your market manager today about USDA financing!

Community Location

The Reserve at Palmers Crossing

105 Newbury Drive

White House, TN 37188

Let us do buyer representation and we will work for additional incentives from builder / seller which can be used for closing or for upgrades.