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Smyrna is in Rutherford County and ideally located about 20 miles southeast of Nashville, Tennessee, and adjacent to Interstates 24 and 840. It is about 15 minutes to the Nashville International Airport and close to Percy Priest Lake. It is the home to the large Nissan automobile plant employing approximately 6,000 workers. The Town of Smyrna finds its roots in the mid 1800’s as an agrarian community with many large farms and plantations flourishing in the area. The town of Smyrna first incorporated in 1869. One of the more significant plantations, the Sam Davis Home, is Smyrna’s most historic landmark and is designated as a state historical site. The plantation was home of the heroic Sam Davis who offered his life rather than reveal to the Union soldiers information that would compromise the Confederate war effort. It’s just a few miles to Murfreesboro and the Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU).
So why do people love Smyrna?
Smyrna has over 10 public parks, public golf course over 7 miles of trails and even an outdoor water park. Our town Center includes Olympic size swimming pool and fitness center and we have excellent schools. We have seven elementary schools, four middle schools, two high schools and an alternative school and the Thurman Francis Arts Academy. There’s also two Christian Academy private schools in the area.
According to a recent issue of Money Magazine, Smyrna, Tennessee, is the 31st Best Place To Live in the USA.
Smyrna has a population of 46,434 with a median home price of $202,145. Projected job growth is 11.1% Median household income is $52,882. Smyrna enjoys 208 clear weather days of the annual 365.
Single-family homes range from about $150,000 up to $900,000 with the average right around $250,000. You can find quite a luxury home, mansion or state for less than $1 million in this small Tennessee town. If you’d like to know more about Smyrna or would like to see any of the current homes for sale contact our office today. Browse the website for more homes and communities throughout Tennessee.