Brentwood Real Estate
About Brentwood, Tennessee
Brentwood might just be one of the best-kept small city secrets in middle Tennessee. The town of just over 40,000 straddles both Davidson County and Williamson County, giving great access to Nashville. Even with all that, Brentwood still remains a city of its own, known for its rolling hills, great neighborhoods and excellent location.
One of the latest actions is a focus on the city’s trails. Brentwood has a number of great trails for biking, running and walking. Right now, the trails connect visitors to other facilities including the Concord Road YMCA, the Williamson County Parks & Recreation Indoor Sports Complex and the Martin Center. The multi-use trail network east of I-65 is extensive with a more limited network west of I-65 so plans are currently underway to connect both trail networks over the next few years.
Where your children will go to school
A number of excellent Williamson County schools serve Brentwood’s families and students, including Lipscomb Elementary (K-5), Scales Elementary (K-5), Crockett Elementary (K-5), Edmondson Elementary (K-5), Kenrose Elementary (K-5),
Sunset Elementary (K-5), Brentwood Middle (6-8) , Woodland Middle (6-8) , Sunset Middle (6-8) , Brentwood High (9-12) and Ravenwood High (9-12). Nearby private schools include Brentwood Academy (6-12), Currey Ingram Academy (K-12) and Montessori Academy (PreK-8).
What families do here
Sports and outdoor fun are at the top of the list, with ample children’s sports plus professional soccer, professional hockey, professional football and a brand new baseball park for entertainment and fun just up the road.
Prime shopping—both national retailers and locals—plus great restaurants set the stage, and the friendly neighborhoods draw families to Brentwood.
Parks in Brentwood are well maintained and provide opportunities for casual jogs, tennis, basketball and biking, while hosting outdoor concerts and athletic tournaments. Be sure to take in Radnor Lake State Park, nearly 1400 acres populated with great wildlife viewing opportunities, environmental education programs, hiking trails and its easy-to-get-to location in an urban area. The park is day-use only and the more than six miles of trail are strictly used for hiking, photography and wildlife observation.
Brentwood Real Estate Market Trends
With everybody flocking to Brentwood for the best housing, prices have risen. The median price of homes in Brentwood is $622,076. The median rent price is $2,795.
Experts say the strong regional economy should sustain a healthy residential market in the foreseeable future. Unemployment is at record low levels and average wages are increasing. People continue to move here from across the country, and are often willing to spend more than the historical middle Tennessee buyer.
If you’re thinking about moving to Brentwood, now is the time! Currently, there are several homes for sale here. Click here to find out their details.
Your Next Home with The Matt Ward Group
If you’re looking to purchase your next home in Brentwood, or if you’re selling your home here, please contact us. The Matt Word Group is here to help you. Feel free to use our exclusive Real Estate search, but don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re looking for more information about the real estate market here. We’re committed to service. We’ll help you navigate a rapidly changing marketplace, so please give us a call.