Lebanon Homes & Real Estate
See today's Lebanon homes for sale & Wilson County real estate property listings below. Lebanon, Tennessee, located about 25 minutes east of Downtown Nashville, is a thriving, rapidly-growing community of around 28,000 residents. Lebanon combines the quiet pace of small town life with the many amenities, such as quality health care, major league sports and cultural opportunities, of living within a short drive of a big city. For information about Lebanon neighborhood properties for sale in Tennessee or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Lebanon real estate agents today. Read more about Lebanon real estate.
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As of December 8, 2023 there are 310 active properties for sale in Lebanon TN with an average listing price of $765,302. The highest-priced property listing is $6,750,000, while the lowest priced property can be purchased for $130,000. Homes For Sale in Lebanon TN have an average price of $276 per square foot, based on listings with an average of 3.5 bedrooms, 2.8 bathrooms, and 2,664 square feet of living space.
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Lebanon Real Estate Market
Homes for sale in Lebanon, Tennessee run the gamut from large, sprawling properties to cozy cottages. Prospective homebuyers will find everything from rustic log-style homes on several acres of wooded property to modest split-levels to mid-20th-century modern ranch-style homes. There are also a number of new construction projects in a variety of price ranges. Most of the real estate in Lebanon consists of single-family homes. Home prices in Lebanon range from around $100,000 for a traditional split-level home to $450,000 or more for a newly-constructed home. The median home value in Lebanon is $209,600, which is slightly lower than the median home value for the entire Nashville metropolitan area.
The city, situated right on I-40, is best known as the corporate headquarters of Cracker Barrel restaurants, for its extensive park system and as the home of the Wilson County Fair, one of the top-rated county fairs in the United States.
Lebanon Area Highlights
- One of the fastest-growing cities in Tennessee
- Less than fifteen miles away from Nashville
- A "live, work, play" community
- Homes for sale in a wide range of prices - something for everyone
- Easy commuting with Regional Transportation Authority (RTA)
- Beautiful city parks, biking and pedestrian trails
- Great public school system - Sumner County Schools
- Seven colleges or universities within twenty miles
- Lots of new housing developments
- Solid industrial base, including several corporate headquarters like Cracker Barrel restaurants
- Lebanon was named for the Cedars of Lebanon, mentioned in the Bible
- Abundant parks and green spaces within a short drive
- Easy access to big city health care, major league sports, shopping and cultural opportunities
Lebanon Community Amenities
There's plenty to do in and around Lebanon, Tennessee. The city owns and manages seven public parks and recreation areas, including Don Fox Park and the Jimmy Floyd aquatic and recreational center. The city also maintains the Lebanon Historical Museum, which features exhibits on area history from prehistoric times to the present. Just north of town is Cumberland River and the many small parks and green spaces nestled along the mighty river's banks. The 900-acre Cedars of Lebanon State Park is also just outside of the Lebanon city limits and features miles of hiking trails, a campground, a swimming pool, a small museum, a disc golf course and a nature center.
It's easy to get around Lebanon, given the city's relatively small size. Interstate 40 runs directly through the center of town and connects Lebanon to Downtown Nashville to the west and to Knoxville to the east. In addition, the Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority provides public bus service between Lebanon and Downtown Nashville. For trips outside of the region, Nashville International Airport is less than 40 minutes away by car.
The nearby Greater Birmingham area is home to a number of festive annual events. Nearby McCalla hosts the Appalachian Dulcimer Festival each summer. Birmingham comes alive each August with the Taste of 4th Avenue Jazz Festival, and book enthusiasts flock to the area each spring for Alabama Bound, the region's largest book festival.
Homeowners in Lebanon don't need to worry about access to quality health care. University Medical Center has two locations in Lebanon. In addition, the top-ranked Vanderbilt University Medical Center is less than an hour away.
There's no lack of cultural activities in the Lebanon area. The city is home to the Wilson County Fair, regarded as one of the top county fairs in the nation. In addition, the Nashville Superspeedway, a NASCAR and Indy car track, is located just outside of town.
Lebanon residents need never go hungry. This Nashville area city offers a diverse array of coffee houses, delis and restaurants. Among the local favorites are Demo's for steaks and spaghetti, the Sunset restaurant for American fare and Gondola restaurant for traditional Italian cuisine.
Lebanon Area Schools
School-age residents of Lebanon attend either Wilson County Public Schools or Lebanon Special School District Schools, depending on their address. Wilson County Public Schools has a current enrollment of around 7,500 students and owns and manages 20 schools -- 12 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 5 high schools. The Lebanon Special School District has an enrollment of around 1,500 students and manages seven elementary and middle schools. In addition to the public schools, there are a number of private schools in the Lebanon area. These include Cedars Preparatory School, Friendship Christian School and Mount Juliet Montessori Academy. For post-secondary education, Lebanon is the home of Cumberland University, a small, private liberal arts college. There are several other colleges and universities located nearby in the Greater Nashville area, including Vanderbilt University, Tennessee State University and Belmont University.
If you're looking to buy a home in the Greater Nashville area, Lebanon is certainly worth considering. This bustling community features a wide variety of home styles and prices, an extensive array of parks and green spaces, a solid economic base and easy access to big city transportation, education, health care, shopping and dining.
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