Sumner County TN information including Community Information, Things to Do, Jobs, Schools, Vehicle Registration and Zip Code Map

Sumner County TN

Looking for Homes for Sale in Sumner County TN?  Sumner County is experiencing explosive growth and has something to offer everyone.  Whether you’re looking for a luxury lake home or a charming country cottage, or a hobby farm – you’ll find what you’re looking for here.  With an abundance of affordable homes and friendly community atmosphere, it’s no wonder why this area is growing so quickly.  Why do I love Sumner County?  Let me count the ways…

Old Hickory Lake Sumner County TN
Fun and Easy Living in Sumner County TN

 

  • Proximity to all the fun in Nashville!  The distance from Gallatin TN to Nashville TN is 30 miles.  You can drive into Nashville via Highway 386 and I-65 in about 30 minutes depending on traffic.  The western side of Sumner County is on I-65.
  • Scenic Views!  Sumner County is classy and elegant. It’s in the foothills, so there are rolling hills that create beautiful views.  This area also has areas that are very much ‘country’ if you want to ‘get away from it all’.
  • Friendly People!  With all the people moving in from other states, Sumner County has somehow retained it’s Southern Charm.  I recently had a client that had just moved here – and she ended up with a flat tire and was on the side of the road.  She said a man stopped and changed her tire even though he was in a shirt & tie.  She told me that ‘moss would have grown on her before anyone would have helped her before’.  That made me feel proud to live here.

The Sumner County TN population is about 200,000 with an elevation that ranges from approximately 500′ to 1,000′.  If you’re moving here, you’ll want to know about vehicle registration and tags.  Want to check crime rates?

Is Sumner County experiencing a Buyer’s or Seller’s Market? 

Check out this latest Market Report for September 2022:

Sumner County TN Market Report 922

 

 

Cities in Sumner County TN

Are you considering purchasing a home in one of Sumner County’s many charming cities?  If so, you’re in luck!  There are plenty of great options to choose from, each with its own unique personality and benefits.  Whether you’re looking for a quiet town with a hometown feel – or a city more more amenities and activities, Sumner County has something for everyone.  Keep reading to learn more about the different cities within our county and find the perfect fit for you!

A personal note from Pam Rumley
Buying a New Home is one of the largest financial transactions most of us will make in our lifetime, and ‘due diligence’ is so very important during this time. And sadly, most of us aren’t even aware of real estate agency laws. No one tells us. I’ve written an article on this very legal subject and it would be well worth your while to read over it. I want you to at least be aware of your choices when buying a new home! Please feel free to call my private line 615-428-8500 with questions or if I can help you in any way! I look forward to hearing from you.

 

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Sumner County TN Communities

  • Gallatin – The county seat with a population of near 45,000 on the shores of Old Hickory Lake.
  • Hendersonville – The largest city in the county with a population of over 62,000.  It’s also on Old Hickory Lake with an abundance of shopping, restaurants and near proximity to Nashville.
  • Portland – The Strawberry Capital of Tennessee.  Portland has a lot of manufacturing and is near I-65.  It has a population of approximately 12,000.  Located on Highway 52 and 109.
  • Castalian Springs – On Highway 25 east of Gallatin, it’s a small community of less than 500 people.  It’s also on Old Hickory Lake.
  • Millersville – A community of approximately 6,500 people on I-65 in both Sumner and Robertson counties.
  • Bethpage – WIth a much lower population of less than 300, Bethpage is the perfect place for a Hobby Farm or an affordable home with a few acres.
  • White House – Located in both Sumner and Robertson counties, it has exploded in growth.  It’s right on I-65.  It has a population of 11,000+.
  • Goodlettsville – At the junction of Sumner, Robertson and Davidson counties, it’s very near to Nashville.  It’s also on I-65 with a population of about 16,000.
  • Westmoreland – Small town in the northernmost part of the county.   It has a population of less than 2,500.  It’s located on Highway 52.
  • Cottontown – It’s more an area than a ‘town’.  With about 400 people, it’s located between Gallatin and White House.

Things to Do in Sumner County TN

Looking for things to do in Sumner Co TN?  You’re sure to find something that interests you on this list of family-friendly activities!  We’re close to all the fun and entertainment in Nashville, so there’s always something to do there.  But, Sumner County offers many historic sites, parks, lake activities, golf, and great shopping.  Of course, Old Hickory Lake offers many miles of shoreline in Sumner County for all those water activities that you love.

This video tells much of the history of Sumner Co…

Visit Sumner County Tourism for more fun things to do.

 

Looking for a Job?

Are you considering a move to Sumner County TN?  If so, you’ll be happy to know that the job market is thriving.  In fact, according to recent reports, the number of jobs in Sumner County has increased significantly over the past year.  So, if you’re looking for a new job or simply want to explore your career options, Sumner County is definitely worth considering.  With its beautiful scenery and friendly people, it’s hard not to love this charming Southern county.  What are you waiting for?  Get started…here are just a few of area employers.

Major Employers

Sumner Co TN Schools

Zip Code Map of Sumner County TN

Zip Code Map Sumner Co TN

Where is Sumner County TN?


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Information about Sumner County TN including Listings of Homes and Land for Sale. Where to Find Jobs, Schools, Vehicle Registration and Zip Code Map

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Published:2022-01-09
Modified:2022-01-09
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