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2012 

William Nolen, his wife Sarah, and their five children were passing through the area in 1797 when their wagon wheel broke. Forced to stop and survey the surroundings, Nolen noted the rich noted the rich soil, abundance of natural resources, scenic landscapes and then decided he found home. Today ...
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Friday, Saturday and Sunday were all incredibly busy and enjoyable, for agents and seekers alike. Though we deem the last few days a success, more exciting events are happening! Properties are arriving in massive numbers, so be sure to glance at the variety and often as the site is updated on a f...
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As the Summer Games kickoff in London, Nashville is lighting its own cauldron of celebration! We are known as the Athens of the South - thanks to twenty-four post secondary institutions, the site of Plato's Academy, home to the only full-scale replica of the Athenian Parthenon (1897) and our belo...
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Watertown, Tennessee is comprised of friendly folks who celebrate history and encourage growth and economic development. Its mission is to preserve, rehabilitate and enrichen the architectural heritage of the City of Watertown, and as a Town Square recently placed on the National Register of Hist...
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Amid the rolling hills and pastoral countryside of Middle Tennessee is the inviting Town of Thompson's Station, an absolutely wonderful place to live! Steeped neck high in history, from its earliest settlers in 1780, to the stirring Battle of Thompson's Station and as a stop along the state's Gre...
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On November 23, 1819, the town of Lebanon was established; the abudant cedar trees gave way to its name as a reminder of the Biblical reference. Originally called "one of the prettiest of Tennessee's country towns", today its a booming center of commerce, culture and education. Locals take specia...
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Smyrna, Tennessee is a progressive community with a population of 40,000. As a traditional agrarian town full of friendly, hardworking people who enjoy an excellent quality of life, it's now becoming vitally alive and heading in new directions, without sacrificing past successes. Its earliest tra...
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In each one of us lies a humble king or queen, conquering daily struggles and creating a legacy to our family name. Antioch is a perfect place to build your kingdom: dozens of employment opportunities, Nashville Zoo, Bell Forge Village, Hickory Hollow Mall, over 150 more specialty outlets, Percy ...
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The gateway to dixieland rests over legendary Natchez Trace Parkway! It is here you will receive a hospitable dose of the Great American Main Street experience and lots of opportunities to explore history, dine and shop. Named in Southern Living's "Best Small Town" top ten list, take advantage of...
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Urbanities decry its stretches of planned housing as soulless, but ask a Brentwoodian: the people are nice, the streets are safe, the housing stock is newer, and the public middle and high schools may as well be private. Known for its antebellum mansions, classy restaurants and gorgeous horse far...
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