Where is Pleasant View, tennessee?
The Town is bounded on the North by the Robertson - Cheatham county line
- Approximately 25 miles to the northwest of Nashville Tennessee
- Approximately 22 miles to the south of Clarksville Tennessee, one of Tennessee's fastest
growing cities and is home to Fort Campbell, base of the famous 101st Airborne Division
- In the northern part of Cheatham County
- Also includes the south western part of Robertson County
- Convenient commute to Nashville and Clarksville with great access to Interstate 24
History of Pleasant View, Tennessee
Pleasant View, located in Cheatham County, was formerly known as "Bradley's Stand," as well as, "Turnbull Horse Stamp." The mail and telegraph lines ran from Clarksville to Nashville and the Town of Pleasant View served as a stagecoach stop and rest area between the two cities. The Town was named Pleasant View by a group of citizens in 1870.
In 1886, Pleasant View had a population of nearly 300 people and had emerged as the seat of tobacco factories, as well as, a large loose leaf tobacco market.
Pleasant View was incorporated under a house bill in 1921 and consisted of approximately 105 acres. The local government consisted of a mayor and six aldermen and was divided into three wards. The Town was unincorporated ten years later. In 1996, the citizens of Pleasant View voted to re-incorporate under a public act Mayor/Aldermanic Charter.
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