Nolensville Homes & Real Estate
Find the newest Nolensville homes for sale & real estate property listings in Williamson County below! In recent years, the population growth of Nolensville has been robust. The 2014 population was 6,423, a hike of more than 107 percent since 2000, for this Williamson County community about 20 miles south of Nashville. For information about Nolensville neighborhood properties for sale in Tennessee or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Nolensville real estate agents today. Read more about Nolensville real estate.
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As of May 28, 2023 there are 103 active properties for sale in Nolensville TN with an average listing price of $1,074,248. The highest-priced property listing is $2,300,000, while the lowest priced property can be purchased for $349,900. Homes For Sale in Nolensville TN have an average price of $304 per square foot, based on listings with an average of 4.2 bedrooms, 3.8 bathrooms, and 3,499 square feet of living space.
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Nolensville Real Estate Market
The first thing people hear about Nolensville is that it has quite a history. Named after William Nolen, who founded the town in 1797, it began as 26 lots. Local lore says that Nolen and his family were traveling through Tennessee when their wagon collapsed. While it was being repaired, he checked out the area and decided there was no reason to travel farther.
In the past 20 years, considerable residential real estate has been built to accommodate Nolensville's rapid population growth. Among new home developments are Silver Stream, Ballenger Farms, Bent Creek, Burkett Place, Winterset Woods, and Summerlyn.
Most homes for sale are detached residences, though condominiums and townhouses are also available. Homebuyers can expect a median house price of $293,500, a figure that has jumped by more than 71 percent since 2000.
Homeowners occupy residences with a median construction date of 2003. Many listings fall between $250,000 and $450,000. However, new construction in one subdivision carries home prices in the neighborhood of $600,000 for 3,700 square feet.
Newcomers planning to buy a home in Nolensville will see a variety of architectural styles. The most common are two-story contemporary and traditional homes. Many feature brick or stone. One section of Nolensville contains historic properties dating to the 19th century. Some are still used as stores, residences, or both.
Nolensville Area Highlights
- The perfect place to explore history and find antiques
- Easy access to Nashville cultural events, sports, education, and recreation
- Steady population growth and a rising real estate market
- A metropolitan job market
- A moderate year-round climate
- Outstanding variety of housing styles, sizes, and prices
Nolensville Community Amenities
Nolensville residents enjoy a mix of small-town living and easy access to Nashville to the north by way of U.S. 41A. The town is 13 miles from Nashville International Airport. Medical services are available at StoneCrest Medical Center in Smyrna, Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, and at least half a dozen hospitals and medical centers in Nashville. Residents enjoy shopping and dining at a few local spots and establishments in Nashville. One popular Nolensville retailer is The Feed Mill, which features Amish food and goods.
Living in Nolensville means opportunities to explore history, enjoy barbeque and catfish, and go antiquing. Once a sleepy agriculture village, the town played a role in the Civil War Battle of Stones River. Nolensville sites on the National Register of Historic Places include the Sherwood Green House and the Jordan-Williams House, both east of the community, and the George W. Morton House to the north.
Community residents enjoy being outdoors much of the year thanks to the moderate local climate. One municipal project is interconnecting with the Brentwood, Williamson County, and Nashville trail systems.
Nolensville Area Schools
Several public schools serve Nolensville. They include Nolensville, Mill Creek, and Sunset elementary schools. Sunset Middle and Mill Creek Middle schools educate older students. The remaining two schools are Ravenwood High School and Nolensville High School.
Students interested in additional education might find Middle Tennessee State University in nearby Murfreesboro convenient. Nashville is home to many trade and career schools, as well as colleges and universities such as Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, Trevecca Nazarene University, Nashville State Community College, Lipscomb University, and Tennessee State University.
Some people say that residents of Nolensville have it all. They can easily reach Nashville for dining, sports, cultural events, work, or an education. They return home to a quiet town steeped in history. Newcomers are impressed by the variety of home styles, sizes, and prices they see on the market. All of these add up to one great place to live.
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