Smyrna Homes & Real Estate
Find the newest Smyrna homes for sale & real estate property listings in Rutherford County below! Founded as an agrarian community, Smyrna has an interesting history punctuated by its role as an important rail stop between Chattanooga and Nashville during the Civil War. Today, this Rutherford County city has a population of more than 45,000, most of whom regularly make a roughly half-hour commute to Nashville to the north. The population has expanded more than 77 percent since 2000. Residents enjoy a blend of contemporary yet small-town living, access to many municipal parks and recreational facilities, and historical attractions such as the 160-acre Sam Davis Plantation, built in 1820 on the banks of Stewarts Creek. For information about Smyrna neighborhood properties for sale in Tennessee or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Smyrna real estate agents today. Read more about Smyrna real estate.
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As of December 8, 2023 there are 113 active properties for sale in Smyrna TN with an average listing price of $558,969. The highest-priced property listing is $2,399,000, while the lowest priced property can be purchased for $0. Homes For Sale in Smyrna TN have an average price of $220 per square foot, based on listings with an average of 3.8 bedrooms, 2.9 bathrooms, and 2,536 square feet of living space.
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Smyrna Real Estate Market
Homebuyers interested in residential property in Smyrna have quite a few options. Homes for sale consist primarily of existing real estate. They include detached homes, townhouses, and condominium/apartment units.
Homeowners occupy residences ranging from less than 1,000 square feet to detached homes offering more than 3,000 square feet. Some exclusive properties boast as much as 8,000 square feet of living space.
Individuals who want to buy a home in Smyrna have many choices available when it comes to style preferences. The majority of homes are colonial, ranch, or contemporary in style and either one- or two-story dwellings. Prospective buyers interested in home prices will want to know that Smyrna homes have a median listing price of $269,000 and a median closing price of $175,000.
Smyrna Area Highlights
- Easy access to Nashville, just half an hour away on the interstate
- A moderate climate all year long
- A great variety of home styles, sizes, and prices
- An excellent public school system
- City life with a definite small-town environment
- Top-notch public parks and other recreational facilities
Smyrna Community Amenities
Smyrna offers its residents the high-quality public services associated with a city, yet set in a small-town environment. New residents particularly appreciate its moderate climate and enjoy a number of culture and entertainment options, both locally and in Nashville.
The area is dotted with sites linked to the Civil War. History buffs can explore a number of local and nearby attractions such as the Sam Davis home and the Stones River National Battlefield. Summer is a very special season for outdoor lovers, who can take advantage of Smyrna's ten municipal parks or play a few sets on the city's tennis courts. The city is known for its outstanding seven-mile greenway walking system and also boasts six public golf courses, soccer and baseball fields, several sports complexes, and a water park.
Newcomers will enjoy venturing out of their neighborhood to watch vehicles being manufactured at the local Nissan North America plant. Other top employers include Asurion for communications, Vi-Jon for personal care products, Taylor Farms for produce, and Square D/Schneider Electric for electrical items. Medical care is available from local physicians and from the TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center, which is also a major employer.
Shoppers can take advantage of a variety of retailers ranging from mom-and-pop stores to big box stores. Rutherford County is home to more than 350 restaurants featuring menus that include a variety of delicious cuisines.
Commuters can reach Nashville for work, school, shopping, or entertainment in roughly 30 minutes by vehicle by using I-24. The Smyrna Airport has three runways and also serves as a means to connect to Nashville and Chattanooga flights.
Smyrna Area Schools
Smyrna is home to two private schools, Summit Christian Academy (grades K through 12) and Lancaster Christian Academy (infants through high school). The city is part of the Rutherford County Schools school district.
Seven public elementary schools have been built to serve the city: Cedar Grove, Smyrna Primary, David Youree, John Colemon, Smyrna, Stewartsboro, and Stewarts Creek Elementary. The three public middle schools are Stewarts Creek Middle, Rock Springs, and Smyrna. Public high school students attend either Stewarts Creek High or Smyrna High. Public schools also include Smyrna West Alternative School and the Thurman Francis Arts Academy.
Smyrna residents have the option of commuting to Middle Tennessee State University with just a 13-mile drive to Murfreesboro. Nearby Nashville is home to many public and private schools, each with more than 2,000 students. Among them are Tennessee State University, Nashville State Community College, Vanderbilt University, Lipscomb University, Belmont University, and Trevecca Nazarene University. Nashville also boasts a number of trade and vocational schools.
People who reside in Smyrna have the best of both worlds. They can easily take advantage of the city's proximity to Nashville to enjoy its employment opportunities and get an education. Cultural and recreational opportunities are never far away. Although Smyrna is often linked to Nashville living, the city has its own character. While living in a town that has a definite small-town feel, homeowners can enjoy quite a few municipal amenities normally associated with city living. To top it off, they have outstanding choices when it comes to choosing their home type, size, price, and style and which local subdivision is the best match. All of these make Smyrna a truly great place to live.
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