Real Estate for Lake Lovers!
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Located in Sumner County, The City of Gallatin has everything you could possibly need or want in a city. Gallatin is growing leaps and bounds but still has the old-time feeling. The City Square offers several shops and restaurants. Located approximately 30 minutes from Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry. If recreation is what you are looking for Gallatin has a lot to offer. Old Hickory Lake and the Cumberland River are both great fishing spots and great for just a relaxing day out on the water.
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Hendersonville, also known as the “City by the Lake”, is located on Old Hickory Lake. It is also one of the fastest growing communities in Tennesse; quickly becoming a “where you want to live” city. It is a thriving community with great shopping, dining, outdoor recreation areas and much more. The city has approximately 38 square miles of land and 26 miles of shoreline on Old Hickory Lake. The “City by the Lake” offers numerous marinas and public boat ramps. If you love to fish, go boating, skiing or just relax out on the lake then Hendersonville is your city!
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Lebanon, TN is home to the Cedars of Lebanon state park and Cumberland University. It offers a variety of shopping opportunities at the Outlet mall as well as it's historic downtown square. The Don Fox park has a wading pool, walking trails and picnic pavilions.
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Mount Juliet (Mt. Juliet), the city known for the finest Southern Hospitality. Tucked between two beautiful lakes (Old Hickory and Percy Priest) and known as the "Gateway" to the Appalachians and the Atlantic seaboard, Mt. Juliet is bordered by I-40, I-24, I-65 and SR-840, and a day's drive to more than half of the American population. All roads lead through Mt. Juliet. Fishing and boating are popular pastimes in Mt. Juliet.
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Old Hickory is a community located approximately 15 miles from downtown Nashville. It has an interesting historic background and has been referred to as Nashville's "best kept secret". It also has a shopping area known as “The Village”. A village where your neighbors are friends. Your social hot-spot is a stroll down the sidewalks, the kids swinging together by the community center, or running into each other at the coffee shop. Old Hickory provides a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities to choose from including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, picnicking, boating, and water skiing. Want to just go swimming in the lake or put the boat in later? Then you want to visit Old Hickory Beach.