Gallatin Homes & Real Estate
Search Gallatin homes for sale & real estate in Sumner County. Ideally located just 30 miles north of Nashville, Gallatin, TN is a popular destination for prospective homeowners. In addition to the convenience to Nashville, Gallatin is known by many for its great proximity of being within 500 miles of most major cities that lie east of the Mississippi River. That means it's within a day's drive of 75% of the United States. For information about Gallatin neighborhood properties for sale in Tennessee or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Gallatin real estate agents today. Read more about Gallatin real estate.
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As of December 2, 2023 there are 274 active properties for sale in Gallatin TN with an average listing price of $645,185. The highest-priced property listing is $3,200,000, while the lowest priced property can be purchased for $225,000. Homes For Sale in Gallatin TN have an average price of $248 per square foot, based on listings with an average of 3.4 bedrooms, 2.7 bathrooms, and 2,550 square feet of living space.
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Gallatin Real Estate Market
There are a range of houses available in Gallatin from farm living to townhomes to single-family homes. Perspective homebuyers can find ranch-style or contemporary homes at affordable prices. As of October 2016, there were 489 homes for sale in Gallatin. 454 were single-family homes, 12 were townhomes, 18 were condos, 4 were multi-family units, and one listing was a mobile home. Home prices for these listings range widely. There were 33 listings at less than $100,000, 137 in the 100's, 148 in the 200's, and 131 in the 300's.
This growing Nashville suburb has a population of over 30,000 and has seen a 33% increase since the 2000 census. Gallatin has been dubbed a top U.S. "power suburb" due to its higher-paying jobs and lower taxes. There have been no tax increases since 2006, and the property tax rate is just 99 cents per $100 in Gallatin.
Gallatin Area Highlights
- Conveniently located only 30 miles from Nashville
- Known as the employment hub for Sumner County
- Annual arts and cultural community events
- Six city parks featuring tons of sports
- Three different golf courses
- An active community recipient of revitalization and preservation grants
- A city civic center with a swimming pool, walking track, and basketball and racquet ball courts
- Within 500 miles of most major cities that lie east of the Mississippi River
Gallatin Community Amenities
Beretta, the Italian firearms manufacturer, relocated its production plant to the city in 2015 from Accokeek, Maryland. Other top employers in Gallatin include Volunteer State Community College, Tennessee Valley Authority, GAP, Inc. (the city's largest employer), and RR Donnelley.
Arts and Cultural Events
The city has several annual events for those who appreciate the fine arts. Each August the city hosts the Sumner County Fair. In December, residents look forward to the annual Christmas parade. Each Fall, there is a Fall Festival that is held in the square. Gallatin is also known for its unique annual Candlelight Cemetery tour. Residents also enjoy the "3rd Thursday on Main" every month from May to October. This is a free concert series held the third Thursday of those months in Sumner County.
Fitness and Outdoor Recreation
At the Gallatin Civic Center, residents can enjoy a swimming pool, a walking and running track, and courts for racquetball and basketball. There are also six city parks where citizens can participate in a variety of sports: horseshoes, soccer, skateboarding, baseball, volleyball, basketball, disc golf, fishing, tennis, soccer, softball, and football.
Growth and Development
Gallatin is a city on the move. Over the last five years, the city has received over $70 million in grants for critical projects like new roads, pedestrian and bike paths, infrastructure projects, and revitalization and preservation projects. The city continues to pursue funds actively and is eager to continue its progress.
Gallatin Area Schools
Residents in Gallatin can send their children to Sumner County Schools. The school system has been in business since 1873 and has 46 schools, with some that are very unique: one STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) elementary school, one academic magnet school, one virtual high school, one Middle College, 24 elementary schools, 11 middle schools, 7 regular high schools, and one alternative/zero tolerance school. To determine which school students will attend, parents can view a boundary map that details attendance zones. Before- and after-school programs are available at many elementary school sites to help working parents.
For the past three years, students at Sumner County High School made gains on ACT scores, resulting in higher composite scores each year compared to the previous group. The Sumner County Schools 2015-16 ACT Results have been published, and the school system is proud that their average ACT composite score continues to be higher than the state's average ACT composite score.
Graduates of Sumner County don't have to go far for higher education. Volunteer State Community College's (known to most as "Vol State") main campus is located right in Gallatin. The school operates as a public community college offering affordable higher education to Tennessee college students.
Those looking to buy a home in Tennessee will want to search in Gallatin. A "power suburb" that offers low taxes and better wages gives homebuyers more money to spend on that special home for sale waiting within this community. The many amenities in this community just keep prospective homeowners coming and have current residents loving the neighborhood!
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