Mount Juliet Homes & Real Estate
Find the newest Mt Juliet homes for sale & real estate property listings in Wilson County below! Mt Juliet, Tennessee is a thriving community of around 28,000 residents, located around 17 miles east of Downtown Nashville. The city, which sits at the juncture of I-40 and SR 109, is best known as the home of musician Charlie Daniels, its large Fedex and UnderArmor facilities, and its many parks, rivers and green spaces. For information about Mt Juliet neighborhood properties for sale in Tennessee or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Mount Juliet real estate agents today. Read more about Mt Juliet real estate below.
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As of December 8, 2023 there are 195 active properties for sale in Mount Juliet TN with an average listing price of $749,571. The highest-priced property listing is $4,500,000, while the lowest priced property can be purchased for $385,000. Homes For Sale in Mount Juliet TN have an average price of $280 per square foot, based on listings with an average of 3.7 bedrooms, 2.9 bathrooms, and 2,769 square feet of living space.
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Mount Juliet Real Estate Market
Homes for sale in Mount Juliet vary greatly in both price and architectural style. Prospective homebuyers will find everything from traditional brick colonial homes to late-20th-century ranch-style homes to large estates. There are even a few semi-detached, apartment-style and free-standing condos in the area. Mount Juliet is a growing community and there are also a number of new developments and subdivisions. Home prices in Mt Juliet range from around $150,000 for an older ranch-style home to more than $1 million for a large estate on several acres. Condo prices start at slightly less than $100,000 and go up to more than $400,000. The median real estate value in Mount Juliet is $262,000.
Mount Juliet Area Highlights
- Musician Charlie Daniels lives here
- Green spaces surround the city
- Diverse housing options
- Lots of new developments: Mt Juliet is one of the fastest-growing communities in the state
- Restaurants to satisfy most every taste
- One of the lowest city tax rates in the state of Tennessee
Mount Juliet Community Amenities
There's plenty to do in and around Mount Juliet. The city owns and manages five public parks, including Charlie Daniels Park, Robinson Park and Jones Family Park. Just outside of town is the 900-acre Cedars of Lebanon State Park, with its miles of hiking and biking trails, and Lone Hunter State Park, which is situated along the banks of Percy Priest Lake. The Cumberland River forms the northern boundary of the city and offers additional recreational opportunities.
It's easy to get around Mount Juliet. Interstate 70 and State Route 40 cut through the city from east to west and connect Mount Juliet to Nashville in the west and Knoxville to the east. In addition, Nashville's Metropolitan Transit Authority provides public bus service between Mount Juliet and Nashville and points throughout Wilson County. Mount Juliet-based Dillon Transportation offers point-to-point on-call transportation throughout Wilson County. For trips outside of the region, Nashville International Airport is less than an hour's drive away.
The Greater Nashville area is home to a number of festive annual events. Nearby Columbia hosts its annual Mule Day festival each April. The Nashville Film Festival, one of the largest film festivals in the south, delights movie buffs for a week in April. In June, the CMA Music Festival celebrates the region's country music heritage, and Nashville Oktoberfest, held each September, is Nashville's oldest festival and one of the largest in the southern United States.
There's no lack of cultural and sports activities in and around Mount Juliet. Nashville SuperSpeedway, a popular 1.3-mile NASCAR track, is located just outside of town. Providence Commons offers 200,000-square feet of retail shopping space and features stores like Target, Belk, JCPenney and Old Navy. Local events include a weekly, seasonal farmers market, the July 4th fireworks spectacular and the popular Christmas Parade held the second Saturday in December.
Mount Juliet homeowners don't have to worry about access to quality health care. Saint Thomas Heart Hospital, one of the top cardiac hospitals in the state, is located right in town. In addition, the top-ranked Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville is located less than an hour's drive from Mt Juliet.
Mount Juliet residents need never go hungry, either. The city offers a diverse array of coffee houses, delis and restaurants. Among the local favorites are Jonathan's Grille for American cuisine, the Big Bad Wolf Smokehouse Grill for ribs and steaks, and Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen for traditional southern comfort food.
Mount Juliet Area Schools
School-age residents in Mount Juliet attend the public schools of the Wilson County School District. The district, which has an enrollment of around 7,500 students, owns and manages 20 schools --12 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 5 high schools. There are also a number of private schools in the area. These include Mount Juliet Christian Academy, Heritage Christian Academy and Mount Juliet Montessori Academy. For post-secondary education, Mt Juliet residents are just a short drive away from the many colleges and universities in the Greater Nashville area, including Columbia State Community College, Cumberland University, Volunteer State Community College and Vanderbilt University.
If you're looking to buy a home in the Greater Nashville area, Mount Juliet has a lot to offer. This suburb features a wide variety of home styles and prices, an extensive array of parks and green spaces, and easy access to big city transportation, education, health care, shopping and dining. It's certainly worth considering.
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