Homes in Brentwood are located in neighborhoods that are planned around local schools, parks, nature trails, and libraries. This kind of development has been one of the primary reasons for the town’s status as one of the top suburbs of Nashville, especially since beautification efforts and a large proportion of new and upscale homes make it an ideal location for relaxed, luxurious lifestyle. In 2009, homes in Brentwood sold for an average price of $416,850. Last year alone, 512 homes sold in Brentwood.
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Nearly 60 residential subdivisions are contained within the 35.4 square mile area of Brentwood. This includes the ever-enchanting neighborhood known as The Governors Club, which is comprised of both historic and contemporary homes. Because of Brentwood’s phenomenal growth within the last several years, it has evolved into one of the most coveted suburban locations for executives and other professionals relocating to Middle Tennessee.
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Over the past decade, real estate in Williamson County has experienced an explosive increase in popularity. Middle Tennessee real estate sales, including Nashville, Cool Springs and Franklin, reached a combined total nearly equal to one-quarter of Tennessee’s total annual home sales. Brentwood is proudly known as a ‘pillow community’ because it is primarily residential and the crime rate is very low. Brentwood public and private schools are recognized throughout the Southeast and our youth soccer program is known nationally.
Granny White Park is a 32-acre park in Brentwood with a number of sporting facilities including basketball courts, softball/baseball fields, and tennis courts along with picnic pavilions. This wonderful park is conveniently located near Brentwood Middle School. This great town is also home to a number of parks and nature centers. Deerwood Arboretum and Nature Area both invite schools and nature groups to utilize their facilities. With outdoor covered classrooms, an amphitheatre, and a full observation deck, the Arboretum is sure to delight the most ardent nature enthusiast. Explore the man-made lakes, and local wildlife that visit the Arboretum. You’re sure to witness something impressive while you learn a thing or two about nature.
Brentwood, TN Community Statistics
Land area: 35.4 square miles
Median resident age: 40.8 years
Median household income: $100,629
Median house value: $354,081
Only 5% of Brentwood’s 22,697 acres are zoned for commercial use. Of that number, 27% is still undeveloped. Of the remaining acreage, 49% is residential, 42% is agricultural or vacant and 3% is for miscellaneous use.