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Mt. Juliet is growing and bursting with all types of opportunity to build or buy a home of any size, type or shape. Mount Juliet is a well blend of the old and the new, rural and suburban, and topped off with some down home goodness.
Several neighborhoods in Mt. Juliet are ruled by governing homeowner associations, which is good in maintaining property values. If owning a home in a neighborhood geared to family and children and neighborhood amenities are what you are looking for then there are neighborhoods like that on every corner in the Mt. Juliet / Wilson County area. Or, if you are looking to own and live in a more rural countryside setting then there are plenty of opportunities to own a farm or a home with acreage right outside the Mount Juliet city limits but still within Wilson County. The possibilities in the Mt. Juliet / Wilson County area are endless and they come in many variations that should be perfect for your needs.
Lebanon, TN is also a consideration when looking in the Mt. Juliet / Wilson County area. Lebanon has many strong points when looking for a place to call home and is just a quick ride beyond Mt. Juliet. I have listed the homes in Lebanon for sale on this page along with a little information about the area. If you’ve never visited, you may be surprised what Lebanon has to offer.
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Another plus for the Mt. Juliet area is the newer Providence area, located just off of I-40. This large development has brought in a very attractive way of living for many that now call Mt. Juliet their home. The Providence Communities truly hold something for everyone in one central location. You can choose from a single family home, apartments, a townhome or even a large active adult community (Del Webb). See my Providence in Mt. Juliet page for more information and listings currently available.
The Providence Marketplace was also a part of the master plan that is Providence.
Before Providence Marketplace people would travel to adjacent Nashville, or Hendersonville to shop for everything. Whether it was to places like Wal-Mart, Lowe’s, grocery or clothing apparel, people traveled out side the county to get their goods. Now, with Providence it is a one-stop shopping experience right inside the city.
So, if you are moving to the Nashville area and wondering where to reside, raise a family, start a business, or looking for an easy commute to Nashville then Mt. Juliet is the obvious choice. Most people find that commuting from the east and living in Mount Juliet is a much easier route to downtown. In addition, there is a commuter rail depot station located inside the city of Mt. Juliet. Commuters can enjoy a nice train ride in to Nashville in the morning and back home in the afternoon. The commute to Nashville by car is about 20 – 40 minutes depending on traffic.
Wilson County Schools
Wilson County holds the highest ranked school system in the state of Tennessee and consistently ranks highest in the nation. We attribute Mt. Juliet’s tremendous growth to the school system here in Wilson County. People choose Mt. Juliet because they want a superior education for their children.
“I have raised two children in the Wilson County school system and have been in Mt Juliet for 15 years. If you have any questions regarding the schools, please call me, I would love to help you with this big decision. We understand choosing an area with the best schools and best fit for your family is important.” ~Lee Ann
Bordering Mt. Juliet is the “Twin Communities of Donelson and Hermitage.”
One can find these two historical cities by traveling west toward downtown Nashville just moments away from Mt. Juliet. The two cities are located in Davidson County and are 10 miles from Downtown Nashville, TN. The historical aspects of these two neighboring communities are what give them such great character. Hermitage is home to the famous “Hermitage”, Andrew Jackson’s home and Donelson is home to the famous Gaylord Opryland Hotel and the Grand Ole Opry.
I find Hermitage, Donelson, and Old Hickory to be perfect for first time home- buyers because of the smaller, but quaint and nostalgic homes. It is also nice for someone looking for a historical home to refurbish and restore. Rich in history, Donelson, Old Hickory and Hermitage have a lot to offer and the proximity to the airport and to downtown Nashville is unbeatable.
A popular feature of Donelson is the Stones River Greenway and it’s recent extension connecting to the Shelby Bottoms Greenway. One can start on the Greenway at Kohl’s in Donelson and ride their bike all the way to the Titan’s football stadium downtown. It is approximately a 25 mile scenic round trip. My favorite is going over the pedestrian bridge reaching over the Cumberland River. It is most beautiful in the fall season with the changing leaves.
Hermitage is also known for the Nashville Shores Waterpark, Marina and RV campground. Every summer the park grows in popularity due to adding more rides and improving the park for it’s patrons. Each year it is host to the famous Toast to Tennessee Wine Festival, which is put on by the Mount Juliet / West Wilson Chamber of Commerce. It is a lot of fun and one of the most anticipated events in the spring.