White House, Tennessee is a city in Robertson and Sumner counties. The area where the city is located was purchased by Richard Wilks in 1828. Wilks built a house in 1829 along a stagecoach route, and the house was often used as a stopping place for lodging, where travelers could get food, and the stagecoaches could change horses. Wilks had painted his house white, which was rare for that time, and so the stop and the surrounding area became known as White House. The town of White House was incorporated in 1921. The original home was torn down in 1951 for new development to take place. However, a replica was built in 1986 in the center of town, called the White House Inn Library and Museum. In 2015 the building became a museum solely, as the city built a new library. The town continues to experience growth in economics and population, and some 10,800 people call White House their home.
The White House Greenway has received recognition as a Level Two Tennessee Certified Arboretum. When visiting the Greenway, you will see that trees have been identified with bronze labels on the edge of the pavement along the walkway, enabling you to learn as you enjoy the beautiful natural settings. Sports-minded residents will find a variety of options. The W.L. Anderson Sports Complex has five soccer fields, two that are lighted. There are also youth programs with different sports, including baseball, softball, and volleyball. Camps are also held for basketball.
White House real estate offers many ranch style homes as well as newer contemporary homes in newer developments. Many White House homes are brick with beautiful lawns and mature trees. As the town grows, there are apartment and subdivisions planned, as well as plans for additional homes. The city continues to grow, offering a small town and friendly atmosphere. The community is active with many groups and recreational options. Because the city has property in two counties, two public school districts serve the students as well as some private schools. With the many amenities in White House, as well as those in nearby cities, this is a must consider destination for homebuyers searching in the Nashville area. If you would like more information regarding homes for sale in White House, Tennessee, please allow us to assist you and contact us today.
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