Nolensville is a fairly small town in Williamson County, Tennessee. The town is the 107th largest community in the state. It is a wealthy community in comparison to state and national economic standards. This community features good schools and low crime rates. Homes in the town are predominantly traditional single-family homes and a good share of these homes are newly or recently built. Over 58% of adults over the age of 25 have four-year degrees or more. This is more than twice the national average. It is somewhat diverse racially and ethnically speaking. English the first language of the community and Spanish is the second. Commuting is a daily occurrence for the majority of the members of the workforce and an average commute for residents of Nolensville is approximately thirty minutes.
In 1797, William Nolen and his family were among the first people to settle in the area. The Nolens chose to settle there due to the rich soil and abundant resources like water and timber. The land the town grew on was part of a land grant purchased by Nolen from Jason Thompson. The town was incorporated for the first time in 1839 and named Nolensville in honor of William Nolen. The area/town was the site of several skirmishes during the Civil War. The community was home to General John Wharton’s Confederate Calvary for a time during the war.
Nolensville spans 9.5 square miles of all land area. It is a decidedly white-collar community, where 92% of the workforce is white collar. In 2010, the population of Nolensville was 5,861 and the population density was 326.6 people per square mile. In the same year, the median household income was $102,982, the median family income, $105,589 and the per capita income $33,705. By 2013, the estimated median household income was $101,70 and the estimated per capita $33,654. Further, in 2013, the estimated median house or condo value in Nolensville was $282,400, the mean housing price for all units was $383,036 and the median gross rent was $1,596. The population in 2014, had risen to 6,423 and the current estimated median household income is $102,982. Combining the population figures with the economic figures reveal a thriving community both in terms of population and finance.
The town is part of the Williamson County School District. Schools in Nolensville include Clovercraft Elementary, Nolensville Elementary, Sunset Middle School and others. Along Nolensville Road, there are many stores, homes and more that date back to the 1800s this because it is the oldest part of the town. Sites on the National Register of Historic Places in or near Nolensville include the Sherwood Green House, the Jordan-Williams House, and the George W. Morton House. Another wonderful historic site is the Nolensville Feed Mill which was built in 1890. The community hosts several events throughout the year like the Buttercup Festival, the Broken Wheel Festival and celebrations complete with parades at Veterans Day and the Fourth of July. Homes for sale come in a variety of sizes and styles to suit buyers needs. Other real estate options are more rare but include things like apartments and townhomes. To find the home of your dreams in beautiful Nolensville, call local real estate agent Pauline Charlton at (615) 482 2257
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