Hermitage is a neighborhood in Metropolitan Nashville, Tennessee. It is located in Davidson County and was named after the home of Andrew Jackson. Hermitage is incorporated as part of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County but retains its own identity as both a residential and commercial suburb. A few decades ago the area was mostly rural, but the district has thrived and now has many new retail options as well as new housing as people have moved from urban Nashville into Hermitage. The community saw great impact when the Stones was impounded by the J. Percy Priest Dam, creating additional recreation opportunities for residents and visitors. Today some 38,000 people call Hermitage home.
Those who love history will appreciate a visit to The Hermitage, the home of President Andrew Jackson. The Hermitage is a National Historic Landmark with over 30 historic buildings on 1,120-acres. This historic landmark welcomes over 200,000 visitors annually. As a part of Nashville, the Grand Ole Opry is a favorite attraction for residents and visitors. With entertainment for any age, the stage is a mix of country music’s stars, new singers and legends alike. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy Long Hunter, a state park which offers campgrounds, areas to fish, a boat ramp and picnic area in a beautiful surrounding. The Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort is a family destination on Percy Priest Lake. Sitting on 385 acres, the resort offers a water park, cabins with views of the lake, RV campgrounds, as well as an aerial adventure park with rope courses and zip lines. There is also a 310-slip marina and available boats to rent. Other offerings include a giant wave pool, water slides, pools and a beach. If water sports are not your favorite, they also have other options like lake cruises, horseshoes, and volleyball.
Hermitage real estate is a mix of old and new. Traditional brick and siding multi-level homes as well as ranch style single-family homes can be found in beautiful neighborhoods with large yards and mature trees. Newer areas have contemporary townhouses and condominiums and custom homes built in a more traditional style, many with brick exteriors. There are five public schools in Hermitage which serve almost 2,600 students. With the great outdoor recreational options, the many historical sites, and the conveniences of being a part of Nashville, this is a must-see destination for homebuyers searching in the Nashville area. If you would like information regarding homes for sale in Hermitage, Nashville, Tennessee, please contact us today and allow us to assist you.
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