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Nolensville, Tennessee. A beautiful semi-rural area.
Nolensville has a feel of historic charm and was established in 1779. Many of the existing buildings today are from the 19th century and still in use as personal homes or businesses. For example, the Waller Funeral Home in downtown Nolensville, established in 1876, and still serves the community today. Another historic example of antiquated buildings is the former Nolensville Mill Company which today houses a store selling Amish goods. Even the Nolensville Home Place Bed & Breakfast, built in 1820, is still serving customers today.
Nolensville is southeast of, and approximately 20 minutes from, downtown Nashville. The township covers about 9.5 square miles. It is also about a 20 minute ride to the Nashville International Airport. According to the 2010 census, there were 5,861 residents, but many more have discovered this quaint little town since.
More and more people have discovered Nolensville over the past few years and new homes and developments are springing up throughout the area. Some of the many include: Burkitt Place, Sunset Farms, Winterset Woods, Ballenger Farms, Silver Streams, Bent Creek, etc. Generally, the price range for a brand new home ranges from about the low $300,000’s to about $500,000’s. There are, of course, previously built homes at lesser prices and some estates with two to five acres or even more throughout the area.
For families, Nolensville is served by two elementary schools, two middle schools, and it’s own new Nolensville High School. All are in Williamson County which has been recently rated as one of the very best school districts in the Country. And, a brand new Community Recreation Center.
For Snow Birds moving here from the north, Nolensville has comfortably mild winters & very little snow.
Historically, Nolensville was originally settled by William Nolen and his wife, Sarah, and their five children in 1797. On their way west from North Carolina their wagon wheel broke and were forced to delay their voyage. While here, Nolen noted the rich soil and abundance of natural resources and beautiful hills and decided to call this place home.