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Franklin, Tennessee, located about 20 miles directly south of Nashville it is a truly historic town that has received numerous awards and recognition such as “Best Southern Town,” “Best Small Town In Tennessee,” “America’s Most Romantic Main Street,” and, most recently, according to the October 2017 edition of Money Magazine,  is number four of the “50 Best Places To Live” in America.


Franklin TN Homes for Sale Franklin, Tennessee, located about 20 miles directly south of Nashville it is a truly historic town that has received numerous awards and recognition such as "Best Southern Town," "Best Small Town In Tennessee," "America's Most Romantic Main Street," and, most recently, according to the October 2017 edition of Money Magazine,  is number four of the "50 Best Places To Live" in America. Historic Downtown Franklin is comprised of a beautiful 15 block historic district, offering true Southern hospitality with a great American Main-street and 200 years of rich history. Visitors will find commemorative brick sidewalks, beautiful landscaping, lovely Victorian architecture, and stunning renovated historic buildings – all located in the heart of Franklin. Downtown Franklin offers elegant shopping, restaurants, antique shops, a variety of clothing stores, art galleries, professional services, and more. Franklin is unique with a rich history and is the crowning jewel of Southern Hospitality. It was founded October 26, 1799 and named after Benjamin Franklin. It is the county seat of Williamson County and one of the principal cities in the Nashville Metropolitan area. Located about 20 miles directly south of Nashville it is a truly historic town that has received numerous awards and recognition such as "Best Southern Town," "Great American Street," "Best Small Town In Tennessee," "America's Most Romantic Main Street," and many more. Major fun and free festivals are held frequently throughout the year. Franklin has a population of about 75,000. The Battle of Franklin was fought on November 30, 1864 and was one of the Civil War's largest and most devastating battles in human casualties resulting in almost 10,000 casualties requiring 44 of the town's buildings to be turned into field hospitals. Several of the original structures still stand today. Franklin has been named one of the “Five Best Places in America to Antique Shop” and has won the “Great American Main Street Award” for good reason. There are five National Register historic districts within city limits, and visiting the quaint downtown area is like taking a step back in time. Beautifully preserved brick walkways and Victorian architecture lend their charm to this pretty town. The dining in Franklin is exceptional. You’ll find everything from quick grab-a-bite-and-go cafés to five-star culinary delights. The Cool Springs Galleria is a fantastic mall with boutiques, brand-name stores and all of the traditional mall staples: Sears, Macy’s, Dillards and, of course, Starbucks. If you’re strolling down Main Street, you’ll love stopping in the local shops; there are dozens. Major fun and free festivals are held frequently throughout the year. We live here in Franklin and absolutely love it!
Historic Downtown

Historic Downtown Franklin is comprised of a beautiful 15 block historic district, offering true Southern hospitality with a great American Main-street and 200 years of rich history. Visitors will find commemorative brick sidewalks, beautiful landscaping, lovely Victorian architecture, and stunning renovated historic buildings – all located in the heart of Franklin. Downtown Franklin offers elegant shopping, restaurants, antique shops, a variety of clothing stores, art galleries, professional services, and more.

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History

Franklin is unique with a rich history and is the crowning jewel of Southern Hospitality. It was founded October 26, 1799, and named after Benjamin Franklin. It is the county seat of Williamson County and one of the principal cities in the Nashville Metropolitan area. Located about 20 miles directly south of Nashville it is a truly historic town that has received numerous awards and recognition such as “Best Southern Town,” “Great American Street,” “Best Small Town In Tennessee,” “America’s Most Romantic Main Street,” and many more. Major fun and free festivals are held frequently throughout the year. Franklin has a population of about 75,000. The Battle of Franklin was fought on November 30, 1864, and was one of the Civil War’s largest and most devastating battles in human casualties resulting in almost 10,000 casualties requiring 44 of the town’s buildings to be turned into field hospitals. Several of the original structures still stand today.

According to a recent article in Money Magazine, Franklin, Tennessee, is # 4 of the 50 best places to live in the Country.

To quote the article:

“Just 21 miles south of Nashville, Franklin is heavy with culture, Southern charm, and hospitality.  Founded in 1799, the city has preserved its history through its Main Street – listed on the National Register of Historic places – and a number of Civil War homes.

But don’t get stuck in the past: Franklin has balanced the traditional with the modern, offering plenty of jobs and amenities within its borders.  While you’ll see few chain stores as you stroll through Franklin’s downtown, just minutes away is the Cool Springs Galleria, a major shopping Center.  Several health care – related employers are here in town, including Community Health Systems, Optum, and Healthways.  You’ll also find Nissan’s North American headquarters here, along with outposts for other big companies such as Verizon and Mars Petcare – helping keep unemployment low.

More important, the city offers excellent schools.  The music scene is a big draw – you can find live performances every night of the week at local bars and restaurants, while the renovated Franklin Theater draws major acts and even served as the filming site for a number of concerts on the TV show “Nashville.”  The Pilgrimage Music Festival, a new annual event that began in 2015, celebrates the area’s culture and cuisine while attracting stars like Justin Timberlake.”

Franklin TN TheaterFranklin has been named one of the “Five Best Places in America to Antique Shop” and has won the “Great American Main Street Award” for good reason. There are five National Register historic districts within city limits, and visiting the quaint downtown area is like taking a step back in time. Beautifully preserved brick walkways and Victorian architecture lend their charm to this pretty town.

Schools

Franklin is part of the Williamson County School District, which covers several cities consisting over 44 schools total. Franklin has 5 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 1 high school.  Most of the schools in Franklin have excellent ratings by greatschools.org. The Freedom Intermediate School gets a perfect 10. Let us know if you are interested in a particular school zone and we can tailor all listings in that area for you. Read More About the Best Schools in Franklin

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The dining in Franklin is exceptional. You’ll find everything from quick grab-a-bite-and-go cafés to five-star culinary delights. The Cool Springs Galleria is a fantastic mall with boutiques, brand-name stores and all of the traditional mall staples: Sears, Macy’s, Dillards and, of course, Starbucks. If you’re strolling down Main Street, you’ll love stopping in the local shops; there are dozens. Fun and free festivals are held frequently throughout the year.

Just a few fun facts about Franklin, Tennessee.

According to Money Magazine, Franklin has a population of 72,955 with a median home price of $433,996.  Projected job growth is 12.3%.   Median household income is $82,334.  Franklin enjoys 208 clear weather days of the annual 365.

City of Franklin (Tennessee) Offers Free Discount Drug Card

Savings up to 75% for Franklin residents to help lower prescription drug costs are now available.    This card can be used as a primary plan and/or it can be used on prescriptions not covered by insurance plans.  It can be used at more than 56,000 national and regional pharmacies.  The average savings is roughly 30%.

We live here in Franklin and absolutely love it – We know you will too!

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