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Relocate To Williamson County

Make Middle Tennessee's Greatest Community Your Home

Located just south of Nashville in beautiful Middle Tennessee, Williamson County is home to more than 205,000 residents who enjoy a high quality of life. Considered one of the most desirable suburban locations in the state, Williamson County is known for its high-performing schools, pristine recreational facilities, strong business climate, and wide range of restaurants and retail choices. You’ll find a mix of home options, from luxury apartments and condos to planned subdivisions, historic houses and farm properties. While Williamson County has seen tremendous growth, community leaders have taken steps to preserve its rural character and vibrant history. You’ll love living, working and playing in Williamson County.

Discover the rich history, unique attractions and so many other things to do in the Livability Williamson County, TN digital magazine. Visit Livability Williamson County, TN to learn more.

Latest Relocation News

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May 29, 2017 The Tennessean by Bill Lewis When Realtor Edwin Caldwell listed the home at 4009 Pendleton Drive in Spring Hill on the MLS, he expected it to sell quickly. But what happened next proved just how hot the Williamson County real estate marketRead More Read More ⇒

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May 19, 2017 Brentwood Home Page by Cliff Hightower A Franklin-based healthcare company that operates 17 hospitals across five states is being acquired by a Boston company, the Home Page has learned. A press release was sent out on Friday morning that IASIS Healthcare hasRead More Read More ⇒

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May 18, 2017 The Tennessean by Emily West Thompson’s Station’s Heath Clark knew he wanted tourists in Williamson County to see it the way he does. The twists and turns of Carters Creek Pike, the back roads that lead out to Bethesda up into CollegeRead More Read More ⇒

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May 17, 2017 The Tennessean Emily West Franklin Mayor Ken Moore sat on stage Wednesday morning with a cane and a top hat. “What’s inside?” City Administrator Eric Stuckey said, motioning toward the hat. “It’s Mack, Mack Hatcher,” Moore said with a smile after he removed aRead More Read More ⇒

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